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NDRRA assistance is being made available to the bushfire affected councils of Ararat, Benalla, Hindmarsh, Horsham, Mildura, Moira, Southern Grampians, Strathbogie, Wangaratta, West Wimmera and Wodonga.
In some instances, such as Wangaratta and Benalla in the State's north-east and in the more isolated north-western towns of Swan Hill and Mildura, this has occurred despite population decline in their surrounding rural areas as the centrality of services and employment in these locations has increased.
Priest, Charles 1986 Northern Territory recollections, Benalla, Vic.
The author has made extensive use of the facts about Ned Kelly and his family and there is no twisting of history in her creating a fictional framework to this account of the 15-year old Ned in Benalla meeting up in 1870 with young (fictional) French visitor Hugo Mars.
Benalla "MRAS based Speed Control of Sensorless Induction Motor Drives" ICGST-ACSE Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, May 2007.
Apart from the Riverland, the Engaging Visions team are testing the program at St George in Queensland, Tumut in New South Wales and Benalla in Victoria.
Bred in Australia, he first visited the number one spot at Benalla, a track regarded as one of Victoria's most picturesque racecourses, in July 2005 and went on to win other Flat races at Victoria Park in Adelaide and Werribee in Victoria later that year.
Other settlements were farming centres such as Bacchus Marsh, Kilmore, Colac and Kyneton, and stopping-places on main pastoral tracks, such as The Grange (Hamilton), Buninyong, Flooding Creek (Sale), and Benalla.