A renewed push this week to locate missing Ballarat teenager Donald Govan.
Five years ago he went missing from an Echuca campsite after camping with friends and his sister.
The now 21 year old had no phone, wallet or money at the time - but wore distinct spacer earrings.
Former Lemnos truckie Arthur Kreskas has been inducted into the road transport industry's Shell Rimula Wall of Fame.
The 82 year old's now on the Wall alongside his late brother, George, the pair of them spent years carting fresh fruit and vegetables from Shepparton to the Footscray Markets.
Kreskas Brothers Transport's GM Peter Hill says receiving the national award is a huge honour for Arthur.
A new community hub's launched on the main street of Nagambie - assisting local community groups with technology access and service delivery.
It's operating out of the Bendigo Bank office on High Street - offering meeting spaces, profession software and staff assistance.
A dementia specialist, who works at GV Health once a fortnight has just released her fifth book and is meeting readers at the Mooroopna Library today.
Kylie Ladd is looking to discuss the release of 'The Way Back' - a novel describing the abduction of a teenage girl, and her struggle to reintegrate into society upon release.
Ms Ladd says she started writing the novel three or four years ago, where a lot of similar cases played out in real life.
Lancaster's finals series is over. The Kyabram Footy League side were simply outclassed by Stanhope in an elimination match at the weekend - the Lions coming away with a 78 point win after a blistering four quarter performance.
James Gray kicked a game-high six goals.
The other elimination final was a modern day epic, Avenel keeping their season alive - kicking three late goals to sneak past Tallygaroopna, who nearly stole the game based on their third quarter fight back alone.
Chris Burton kicked four, in the Swans five point win.