CASTERTON-Sandford heads into round five of the Limestone Coast Women’s Football League in a creditable fifth position on the ladder, with two wins and two losses on the board.
SELF-isolation under Covid-19 restrictions may be an inconvenience, but around 250 locals have made it an opportunity to socialise safely – online.
EMERGENCY crews continue to monitor fires across the South West, with strengthening of containment lines an ongoing process. At time of going to print, crews were responding to a report of a new fire near Dergholm, however further details were unavailable. Emergency crews were continuing to monitor eight incidents between Dergholm and Hotspur, the South […]
A SEMI-rural Casterton resident says a more relaxed approach to public land grazing and more controlled burns are the only ways to reduce the fire risk around the township.
COVID-19 has brought out the very worst and the absolute best in human nature and none come much better than Sienna Winchester.
IN ALL of the ‘doom and gloom’ circulating the globe, there are a few happy (and interesting) tales to tell and the arrival of Jasmine May Murrell is one of them.
FOR the first time in its 24-year history, Casterton’s Australian Kelpie Muster will not run on the June long weekend – but all is not lost.
THE Western Border Football League and Netball Association have honoured the ‘no Casterton-Sandford, no play’ position, cancelling the 2020 senior football and netball seasons after the Cats announced they would not take the field in 2020.
POLICE are pursuing several leads following a brazen daylight theft at Jarrad Motors and Dowfarm Machinery.
THE global health crisis has forced Casterton’s P&A Society on to a new path for the ongoing revitalisation of its annual show – and the committee has accepted the challenge with gusto.