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Police still need the public's help to get to the bottom of a fatal punch-up at Eildon.
Investigators have been told that just before midnight on October 20, a 51-year-old Frankston man died as a result of a physical altercation outside a licensed premises on the Goulburn Valley Highway.
Detectives believe a number of people who were present at the time are yet to speak to police about what they saw.
Three men who were arrested following the incident have been released pending further enquiries.
Burglars have stolen a vehicle, several power tools and a generator from Mitchelton winery.
Nagambie police say the items were stolen from the Estate's equipment sheds some time on Sunday night, or early Monday morning.
Anyone with information is being urged to come forward.
The Mansfield and Merrijig communities are being urged to help search for missing 33-year-old Matthew Fitzpatrick.
He was last seen in a grey Ford Ranger - registration YAL 234 at Badger Creek on Saturday.
He's described as Caucasian, 165 cm tall, heavy build, with blue eyes and brown short hair.
Business owners between Bundalong and Corowa say they will do all in their power to oppose a wake boating ban in the Murray.
The Murray River Draft Erosion Management plan will be released for public comment on Friday.
Bundalong Tavern Owner Brett Butler telling Fairfax getting rid of the boats would have a crippling effect on all tourism-reliant towns
Former Murray Bushranger and Kyabram premiership star Nick Holman's been picked up in the AFL Rookie draft - 2 years after being delisted from Carlton.
The 22-year-old was snagged at Pick 19 by the Gold Coast Suns.
Seven clubs in the GVFL have seen their facilities improved across the 2017 season.
The league saw $417 thousand of improvements made at the home grounds of the Saints, Pies, Eagles, Cats, Bears, Demons and Bulldogs.
New scoreboards have been installed at Benalla, Mooroopna and Tatura , while Euroa and Mansfield saw new netball courts, or court upgrades.
Echuca have finally got a win on the board in the Men's Country Basketball League - the Pirates beating the Myrtleford Saints by 15.
They narrowly lost to Wangaratta by 2 points.
Seymour beat Wodonga by 9 points.
Shepparton got a 4 point win over Wangaratta.
In the women’s league - Echuca remains winless after getting smashed by Wangaratta and Myrtleford.
Seymour got belted by Wodonga and Shepparton lost by 8 to Wang.