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Yea received 64.2mm of rainfall in June.
A La Nina watch has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for the first time since February 2018, strengthening evidence that Australia may be heading out of drought.
The reason that your pooch is licking its mouth might not be for the reason you think.
Photo by Anna Shvets from PexelsVictoria has scrapped plans to ease COVID-19 restrictions after another double-digit rise in new cases. Read this article from The Herald Sun here.
Dozens of new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Australia in the past week and the majority of those are from Victoria.
Hand-written letters and posted bills are disappearing, and they were vanishing well before the latest slump.
Taking a daily shower is as common as drinking a cup of morning coffee and brushing your teeth, but it’s a habit that could be worth breaking, experts say.
You’ve most likely heard about the ‘Dindi Directory’, but have you heard about ‘The Dindi Store’? The Dindi Store is a new initiative by Murrindindi Shire Council to help support local businesses through the economic recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, with funding support from the Victorian-Government.
Please see below a link to the final Yea Community Plan 2020.
BOM July Monthly Rainfall to 9am 8th – 7.4mm