Welcome to Dindi Daily for Wednesday, February 20.
Yes, it’s Wednesday. And the latest 84-page issue of The Local Paper is out now.
Read about the Senator who is saying ‘Sorry’.
And discover about the launch of Dindi TV.
Works are about to kick off on the Yea Railway Reserve Playground on Friday next week.
Murrindindi Council is endeavouring to have the Playground ready in time for the school holidays.
Ambulance and Police were last night alerted to a motor vehicle accident on the corner of Merriang and Grants Roads.
Murrindindi’s Cr Bec Bowles is this week working as a volunteer in the Canberra Office of local MP, Cathy McGowan.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously assaulted at Craigieburn Railway Station on Tuesday afternoon.
The victim, aged in his 30s, sustained critical injuries.
The offender – perceived to be Maori or Pacific Islander – fled the scene on foot.
The Rock’n The Goulburn to raise funds for Tracey Allen on Saturday has been moved to the Grand Central Hotel, with live entertainment, a car show, and charity auction.
We regret to advise the passing of Don Hullard, a Past Master of Albert Edward Masonic Lodge (Alexandra) and also of Duke of Clarence Lodge (Yea), and a resident of Kellock Lodge, on Sunday night.
The Funeral Service to take place at Uniting Church, Alexandra 11.30 am Saturday
Midweek Weather. Clear, some areas with periodic clouds.
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