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1. VFF says tough times require tough measures

Posts : June 21, 2017
THE Mansfield branch of the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) has aired concerns regarding council finances. [Read more]

2. Mansfield riders cycling around the state

Posts : June 21, 2017
MANSFIELD was well represented in cycling across the state with several locals competing in road and MTB disciplines. [Read more]

3. Opening season roads a pleasant success

Posts : June 21, 2017
The local highway patrol was happy to report it as the safest ski season opener for years. [Read more]

4. Eagles lay an egg against the Bears

Posts : June 21, 2017
Mansfield Eagles suffered a 61-point defeat to the Shepparton Bears on Saturday. [Read more]

5. Local riders shine at Melbourne 3 Day

Posts : June 21, 2017
Local riders recently took part in the Melbourne International 3 Day event. [Read more]

6. Josh and Olivia are tiger tough

Posts : June 21, 2017
Josh and Olivia Brackman had the experience of a lifetime when they visited the Richmond Football Club recently. [Read more]

7. Just six days until budget decision

Posts : June 21, 2017
Just six days are left until the Mansfield Shire Councillors will choose to either adopt, or amend, the proposed 2017/18 budget. [Read more]

8. A half century of service to the local community

Posts : June 14, 2017
INNUMERABLE achievements, countless bequeathments, and a myriad of changed lives later, the Rotary Club of Mansfield will this Friday celebrate its 50th birthday. [Read more]

9. Eagles flip switch in final quarter

Posts : June 13, 2017
THE Mansfield Eagles came out of the blocks swinging and landing their blows against the Shepparton Swans on Saturday. [Read more]

10. Mt Buller teens selected for scholarship program

Posts : June 13, 2017
MT BULLER snowboarders Charlotte Batten and Angus Pennington were selected for Ski and Snowboard Australia’s first Emerging Talent Scholarship (ETS) intake for snowboard cross. [Read more]

11. Pool opening hours up for discussion

Posts : June 13, 2017
YET another issue to come out of the Mansfield Shire Council’s budget submissions was that of the Mansfield pool and its current opening hours. [Read more]

12. Bill changes could cripple Victoria’s 38 rural councils

Posts : June 13, 2017
VICTORIA’S 38 small rural councils will suffer a significant financial blow if the State Government goes ahead with proposed changes. [Read more]

13. Mt Buller celebrates snow season opening

Posts : June 13, 2017
TRADITIONALLY known as the ‘opening weekend’ Mt Buller skiers have already been on the slopes for a whole week enjoying the good half-metre snow cover on the resort’s main run.  [Read more]

14. Saleyards not to be sold – for now

Posts : June 13, 2017
MANSFIELD Shire mayor Paul Volkering has said the saleyards will not be sold, but discussion around the site’s future must start now. [Read more]

15. Strategies – a strategic necessity?

Posts : June 8, 2017
DURING the last presentation of the public forum for Mansfield Shire Council submissions last week, former councillor Ellen Hogan spoke openly on her concerns over the increasing overall costs to the shire. [Read more]

16. Eagles outgun Echuca Bombers

Posts : June 7, 2017
MANSFIELD Eagles headed off on their longest road trip to Echuca on Saturday and the boys knew that a win was a must to keep our season on the up and try to consolidate our position in the six. [Read more]

17. Concern over cut to tourism

Posts : June 7, 2017
CONCERN over the uncertainty of the role of ‘Tourism’ in council’s structure was flagged during public submissions to Mansfield Shire council’s draft 2017/18 budget last week. [Read more]

18. Time flies by for Geoff as he now retires

Posts : June 7, 2017
BORN in Sevenoaks, Kent, England, almost 67 years ago, Geoff Henwood has lived a rare life. [Read more]

19. Call for council to ‘listen to residents’

Posts : June 7, 2017
MANSFIELD residents are counting on Mansfield Shire councillors taking notice of the record number of submissions to its 2017-18 draft budget and making necessary changes. [Read more]

20. Eagles just out of luck, lose another close one

Posts : June 7, 2017
ROAD trip wins, especially tight ones, can turn around a season, but it was not to be for the Mansfield Eagles, who will have to wait yet another week to arrest their losing streak. [Read more]

21. Twilight skiing kicks off early season

Posts : June 7, 2017
MT BULLER was the first resort in Victoria to open for twilight skiing and snowboarding last Friday night, when Blue Bullet chairlift rolled for the first time in the 2017 season.  [Read more]

22. Emergency services need accessibility

Posts : June 7, 2017
THE strong support within the community for the saleyards to remain in shire hands appears impossible to ignore. [Read more]

23. Cash available to help tag your livestock

Posts : June 1, 2017
FUNDING grants for Victorian farmers moving across to electronic identification tags for sheep is running out. [Read more]

24. Eagles under 16s prevail…just

Posts : June 1, 2017
ON Sunday the under 16s faced another challenge in the Wangaratta College team.  [Read more]

25. Still no answers on Mansfield’s crossing supervisor future

Posts : May 31, 2017
VICROADS have offered just $19,000 to the Mansfield Shire Council to fund their crossing supervisor program. [Read more]

26. Twos give Saints the run around

Posts : May 31, 2017
THE Mansfield Reserves hosted their arch rivals the Benalla Saints on Saturday and, despite their position on the ladder, really needed to win and win well to keep the season moving forward. [Read more]

27. Inaccuracy afflicts Eagles’ chances against Saints

Posts : May 31, 2017
FORTUNATELY for the Eagles, the Benalla Saints converted just 37 per cent of their scoring opportunities into goals on Saturday. [Read more]

28. Farmers call for CFA inquiry

Posts : May 31, 2017
VICTORIAN farmers are calling for an urgent upper house review of the State Government’s controversial plan to split up the Country Fire Authority. [Read more]

29. Public responds to shire budget

Posts : May 31, 2017
THE cutting of school crossing supervisors and the on-selling of the former saleyards site are two of the biggest issues to come out of Mansfield Shire council’s proposed 2017/18 budget. [Read more]

30. Kelli Virtanen believes she was born with psychic gifts

Posts : May 31, 2017
WHEN she was just four years old, Kelli Virtanen had her first vision. [Read more]

31. 100 reasons for Muriel to smile

Posts : May 31, 2017
IN 1917, a young woman from Melbourne gave birth to a tiny little girl she called Muriel. [Read more]

32. Hoons damage Rec Reserve

Posts : May 25, 2017
BIKE racks were mangled, the skate park vandalised and Mansfield Recreation Reserve railings toppled after reckless drivers trashed the reserve last Wednesday evening causing an estimated damage of just under $5000. [Read more]

33. Under 17s snatch a win – other grades competitive

Posts : May 25, 2017
A Grade knew they had a big game ahead of them up against a top four team in Euroa. [Read more]

34. Children and learning a lifetime passion for Kim

Posts : May 24, 2017
KIM Stoney has a passion for children, the outdoors, learning and growing up in the country. [Read more]

35. Residents can shape future of visitor centre

Posts : May 24, 2017
Wodonga’s visitor information centre was axed by their council last week; Mansfield Shire is about to conduct a review into its own  [Read more]

36. Police recover stolen goods

Posts : May 24, 2017
More charges expected to be laid over alleged stolen goods estimated to be worth thousands of dollars. [Read more]

37. Eagles valiant at Euroa

Posts : May 24, 2017
DESPITE another slow start and losing the vital playmaking of Jamie Sheahan in the second quarter, the Mansfield Eagles fought hard all day against Euroa and nearly pinched victory [Read more]

38. In defence of the firefighting split

Posts : May 24, 2017
THE State Government says the Victorian firefighting system needs repair, and so it is going surgical.  [Read more]

39. Shock plan to split firefighting services

Posts : May 24, 2017
IN a highly controversial move, Victoria’s fire services will be restructured to split volunteer and paid firefighters into two separate authorities. [Read more]

40. Twos give unbeaten Magpies a fright

Posts : May 24, 2017
THE Mansfield reserves headed off to Euroa on Saturday coming off the bye and welcoming back some familiar faces, but we were coming up against a pretty slick top of the table opposition.  [Read more]

41. Thefts prompt warning

Posts : May 18, 2017
MANSFIELD police are urging community members to ensure their homes, and sheds, are secure [Read more]

42. Cousins shares in interleague joy

Posts : May 17, 2017
Nelle Cousins (pictured), played a pivotal role in Goulburn Valley’s 17 and Under interleague victory over Ovens and Murray [Read more]

43. Skatepark behaviour calls for respect

Posts : May 17, 2017
Skateboard park behaviour was the subject of a recent gathering at Mansfield skatepark. [Read more]

44. Ovens and Murray too good

Posts : May 17, 2017
GOULBURN Valley has lost its third straight representative clash, going down by seven points to Ovens and Murray at Wodonga’s John Flower Oval on Saturday. The battle on the border was an epic encounter that saw Goulburn Valley snatch the lead in the last quarter before Ovens and Murray stormed home with a wet sail. […] [Read more]

45. Music workshop hits all the right notes

Posts : May 17, 2017
The youth of Mansfield had the chance to strut their musical wares, as the inter-shire MusoMagic workshop was held in Benalla this month. [Read more]

46. Kate takes the cake for being a supermum

Posts : May 17, 2017
Kate Stonnill is the Mansfield Courier's SuperMum for 2017 after winning the paper's Mother's Day competition. [Read more]

47. Jamieson welcomes great character to caravan park

Posts : May 17, 2017
Tom Bennett has taken to his new job at the Jamieson Caravan Park with gusto. [Read more]

48. Council ‘not broke’, not amalgamating

Posts : May 17, 2017
A RECORD number of submissions to Mansfield Shire’s draft budget for 2017-18 have already been received. [Read more]

49. Andrews says they are getting on with the job

Posts : May 16, 2017
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says his government is getting on with the job. [Read more]

50. Patersons curse and Lerps autumn pests

Posts : May 12, 2017
After the long awaited rain, plenty of weeds and other menaces have invaded regional paddocks and pastures. [Read more]


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