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A petition to have a murder charge for Tatura's Angelo Pat Russo re-instated has surpassed 3,000 signatures over the weekend.
Russo is accused of fatally shooting Shepparton man David Calandro in February this year.
The Shepparton Magistrates court has refused to commit Russo to a Murder Trial, citing a lack of evidence.
The accused has been bailed ahead of a Manslaughter trial in May 2018.
Strathbogie Shire has discovered over $5 million worth of damage was made to essential community assets during the recent flood event.
Euroa sustained its highest recorded daily rainfall in 132 years at the start of the month.
The re-opening of bridges and the Euroa Caravan Park are the highest priority items on Council's list, with staff also needing to restore several roads, footpaths and levies that have been damaged.
Murrindindi Shire's now entered phase two of its attack on European wasp numbers.
Council staff will be trained to maintain bait stations which have been strategically placed throughout the region.
100 Durga bait stations will be placed at Council-managed facilities - another 100 will be dished out to community groups and businesses to use.
The TAC's calling for all GV residents to be safe on the roads in the lead up to Christmas after launching their new campaign “Be Present”.
It comes after almost one person a day died on Victorian roads in November with a large number of those coming in regional Victoria.
Samantha Buckis from the TAC says there's a number of things people can do before getting on our roads this summer to stay safe.
A make or break round for many teams in the Haisman Shield.
The top of the table Katandra hit the crease against Mooroopna, lodging 235 runs for the Cats to chase.
Central Park had a shaky ordeal when batting against Northerners, posting 136 before being bowled out.
Shepp United didn't do much better - smacking 154 against Tatura before the Bulldogs forced them to the field.
Numurkah had a great day out - belting 283 runs to keep Karramomus fielding all day.
Old Students lodged a respectable 201 runs against Kyabram who head into bat next week.