Aspiring dancers from across our region flocked to the Swan Hill Town Hall last week to audition for the Victorian State Ballet’s upcoming production of Cinderella.
Potential organisers of this year’s New Year’s Eve celebration will literally be given more bang for their buck, with Swan Hill Rural City Council offering up to $30,000 to a community group, individuals or businesses to run the local celebrations.
JADE BATE Hundreds of people from Swan Hill and across the country attended the Swan Hill Italian Social Club’s Festa Della Madonna Del Monte Carmelo last weekend.
JADE BATE OUR REGION: Swan Hill artist and disability advocate Theresa Edwards calls herself a “true survivor” after facing challenges from both her physical and mental health.
MEAGAN McGREGOR Our Region: David Alderuccio
JADE BATE and PETER BANNAN THE Wandarrah Street Festival once again proved to be a big highlight of Swan Hill’s NAIDOC Week celebrations, as people braved a downpour to enjoy a fun, family day out on Monday.
BARRIE BALES OPINION: Local production highlights the talent of our youth.
PETER BANNAN The Aboriginal flag was raised at Mallee District Aboriginal Services on Monday morning before more than 100 people marched to the Swan Hill Rural City Council office for the Wandarrah Street Festival.
MEAGAN MCGREGOR Hobo Taylor had a unique bond with his owners Ron and Lorraine Taylor for more than 30 years until ill health took it’s toll on the elderly couple. It was then Brendan Penno stepped into the carers role and offered Hobo the feisty galah, a new home.