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A man has died during a physical altercation outside a licensed premises in Eildon - on the Goulburn Valley Highway.
Police believe he may have been struck during the Friday night scuffle - before he fell and hit his head on the ground.
Three men have been arrested as enquiries continue.
A Melbourne man's set to front court in November - for mid-range drink driving.
The 24-year-old blew 0.149, after police pulled over a golf cart on Louis Hut Road, Moama late on Friday night.
Tickets are flying out the door for the debut screening of Rushworth's Community Short Film - Fire In The Belly.
Following three years in development - the fictional tale's in its final stages of post-production - before it's ready to see the light of day
Producer Angie Russi says it'll debut on November 11 - before a wider screening at some film festivals.
A 130km section of the Murray Valley Highway between Warren Street Echuca and Boomahnoomoonah Road, Yarrawonga's in line for a Safety Upgrade.
VicRoads are hosting community and industry drop-in sessions throughout the week - starting at Nathalia's IGA and Echuca's Library this afternoon, and Numurkah Kiosk, Cobram Library and Yarrawonga Yacht Club on Wednesday.
Euroa trained 50-to-1 bolter Boom Time took out the weekend's Caufield Cup - which is the four Caufield win for the township.
The Hayes family's won the race three times now - this victory coming 11 years after their most recent - and 24 after their first.
Boom Time will now compete in the Melbourne Cup - 3rd placed Johannes Vermeer will also head to Flemington for the race.
Mooroopna's won their first match of the season in the Haisman Shield - beating Shepp United by 1 wicket.
Their opener Will Hale getting them over the line - making his unbeaten century - while the next best had 15 runs.
Katandra were devastating in the field against Numurkah - winning by 66 runs.
Old Students were decimated Central Park - who won by 116.
Karramomus also couldn’t get the job down at the crease - falling 56 runs short.
Kyabram only posted 99 runs against Northerners - who ran over the top to win by 4 wickets.