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Tonight on The Lead brought to you by Frinkle, C4EM and Bendigo TAFE Echuca Campus partner to see our region thrive and Moama Anglican Grammar School student leaders deliver Christmas hampers for locals in need.
Tonight on The Lead, multiple sclerosis victim Janine Bastow has been left a broken woman after her Port of Echuca business was robbed twice in less than a week. So much so, that she will be closing the shop in the New Year.
Tonight on The Lead, Murray River Holiday Park manager Bianca Hurn is well on her way to being crowned the best in the business after her most recent award at the G'Day Group Conference in November.
Tonight on The Lead, Echuca’s Ebony Wardlaw is shaving her head for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and the Ogilvie Ave roadworks are causing serious delays for school buses.
Tonight on The Lead we chat to a learner wheelchair bowler testing out the new gear at the Moama Bowling Club and preview the High St Christmas market on Saturday.
Tonight on The Lead with Kimberley Price we head to Illawarra Drive ahead of their charity Christmas lights and we chat to Moama Anglican Grammar students about their giving tree.
Tonight on the Lead, Rich River Golf Club scores silver in the New South Wales Tourism Awards and Echucas Blair Christie is the newest junior golf champion for the region.
Tonight on the Lead, Colleen Radcliffe is combining her two greatest passions horses and helping others to raise funds for Community Living and Respite Services Opening Doors project.
Tonight on The Lead, Echuca Regional Health encourages the community to take a stand against domestic violence and we take a look at the inaugural Creative Seeds exhibition in Rochester.
Tonight on The Lead, Pop and Pour festival was back for its second year, with revelers from far and wide indulging in an afternoon of the region's best producers, live musicians and gastronomical delights.
Tonight on the Lead, Neighbourhood Watch members are urging council to repair crumbling Dobinson and Boothman streets. And we take a look at the Barmah brumby crisis.
So far, Matt Nunan and his group has raised over $23 000 for Movember. A clause close to Matt's heart, he's decided to push the last bit of fundraising through running 23kms on the treadmill and completing 230 push ups.