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Crime investigators are seeking information about a suspicious fire at Koyuga that burnt six hectares of paddock.
The blaze tore through several bits of land on Monday destroying fencing for a nearby farm off McKenzie Road.
Police have been told a male in his mid-20s was seen in the area at the time of the incident - driving a dark coloured ute, with a matching canopy and p-plates.
Significant water savings are expected in the region in coming month's - with Goulburn Murray Water installing 19 Kms of pipelines in the Irrigation District.
Works are currently underway around Rochester - Torrumbarry and the Murray Valley - including the upgrading of meters and regulators.
A Connections project spokesperson says to reach water savings targets, works will be carried out year-round.
Meantime North East Water's switched on a 1.5 million dollar water pipeline - to provide Goorambat residents a more reliable water supply.
An 11 Kms underground pipe has been fitted out - linking the township to Yarrawonga's Water supply.
Managing Director Craig Heiner says nearly 70 homes and businesses will benefit from the investment.
The Echuca Back 9 Golf Course will be closing as of January 30.
The Bendigo Regional YMCA have informed Campaspe Shire they can no longer operate the facility - which they've been in charge of since 1999.
CAMPASPE Mayor Adrian Weston saying the Council isn't in a position to continue operations of the course either.
HSC results come out North of the Border this morning.
Moama Anglican Grammar's Libby Doyle topped the state - achieving the highest mark in the Community and Family Studies subject.
Nagambie's secured the World Parachutists Over 40 Championships, which will be held in April next year.
The State Government's chipping in $20 thousand to help SkyDive Nagambie attract thousands of competitors and spectators from April 19 to 28.
This event has never been held before in Victoria.