• We're not a rubbish dump - Shepparton News

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    We're not a rubbish dump
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    Salvation Army Thrift Store manager Margaret Crozier and volunteers Kim Mellis, Maree Jaschinski and Margaret Body are tired of people illegally dumping goods at their store. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 ...
  • Prime position in Kialla - Shepparton News

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    Prime position in Kialla
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    Nestled in a quiet pocket of Kialla, this modern four-bedroom home offers beautiful interiors and stunning surrounds, all in close proximity to Lowana Park and Kialla Lake. Laid out in an attractive H-pattern, the home features two wings of bedrooms ...
  • It's in the bag - Shepparton News

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    It's in the bag
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    Spearheaded by Kyabram seamstress Lesley Lowe, the grassroots, community-driven movement tackling plastic pollution has finally made it to our region. Made from recycled materials such as doona covers, pillowslips and tablecloths, the re-usable ...
  • Pool-goers enjoy film - Shepparton News

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    Pool-goers enjoy film
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    Those going into Aquamoves last night were met with a line of people all heading to its summer pool party and outdoor screening of Moana. Excited children and their families took part in a variety of activities during the event, which kicked off at 4 ...
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  • 'Rum' top shelf - Shepparton News

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    Central Park-St Brendan's champion Ramadan Yze will play his 300th A-grade game tomorrow, having amassed 27 premierships (11 Haisman Shield, 10 one-day and six Twenty20) along the way. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share ...
  • Perfect place to call home - Shepparton News

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    Perfect place to call home
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    With luscious gardens, well-established trees and an abundance of space, this four-bedroom house is the perfect place to call home. This 1017 sq m block is in a quiet Shepparton court and has been thoughtfully updated throughout. The stunning white ...
  • Summer workshop - Shepparton News

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    Summer workshop
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    Fun and laughter filled the stage as performing arts enthusiasts took part in the annual Initial Stages summer workshop yesterday. In its 12th year, the workshop gives students from across the Goulburn Valley a chance to build their skills and make new ...
  • Moving on from Ard times - Shepparton News

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    Moving on from Ard times
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    The way of the future: Tim Magann put his hand up to become president of Ardmona, having played at the club since he was 16. A new beginning: Senior Ardmona coach Luke Trevena is hopeful of creating a successful club both on the field and off. Ardmona ...
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  • Boys arrested after flipping ute - Shepparton News

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    Boys arrested after flipping ute
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    The stolen utility which was found flipped by police on the corner of Swallow and Archer Sts, Shepparton on Wednesday. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Two boys, 14, were arrested on Wednesday after ...
  • Look after locals - Shepparton News

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    Look after locals
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    Shepparton's Chamber of Commerce argues local food and drink vendors should be given priority at Shepparton's food festival events ahead of out-of-town operators. Chamber president Carl Hainsworth said first opportunity at events such as the upcoming ...
  • Call to rebuild - Shepparton News

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    Call to rebuild
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    Member for Northern Victoria Wendy Lovell with State Shadow Transport Minister David Davis in Shepparton yesterday. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. The state opposition has called for a commitment ...
  • Coma mum goes home - Shepparton News

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    Coma mum goes home
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    Cobram woman Sarah Hawthorn has been discharged from The Alfred Hospital after spending three months in a coma, unaware she had given birth to a baby boy. Mrs Hawthorn, who was fit and healthy at the time, contracted Influenza A in the later stages of ...
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  • Search continues for missing man at Lake Eildon | Shepparton News - Shepparton News

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  • Lamb chops up opposition - Shepparton News

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    Lamb chops up opposition
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    The action at Rushworth Speedway last Saturday was, as expected, sensational across the complete range of divisions on the night, with impressive wins to Danny Stainer in grand prix midgets, Lennie Clark in three-litre sedans and Paul Lamb in the Paul ...
  • Food truck flow-on positive | Shepparton News - Shepparton News

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  • Out to tame Tigers - Shepparton News

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    Out to tame Tigers
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    Katandra's Ben Clurey will be looking to pile on the runs when Twenty20 action continues tonight. Back in action: Ben Clurey returns for Katandra tomorrow with the Eagles desperate for a win against Old Students. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 ...
  • Two minors arrested after joyride turns upside down - Shepparton News

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    Two minors arrested after joyride turns upside down
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    Two boys were arrested yesterday afternoon after stealing a vehicle and flipping it in central Shepparton. Police were called to the corner of Swallow St and Archer St, Shepparton after a utility driven by the teenagers was found by residents. Play ...
  • Veteran duo to perform - Shepparton News

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    Ken Wong and Shane Muir play at Shingo's Cafe in Corio St on Saturday from 11am. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Last year veteran Shepparton musos Shane Muir and Ken Wong decided to put a new ...
  • Sevens heaven for women - Shepparton News

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    Sevens heaven for women
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    In a tournament rarely seen across the state, the Shepparton Bulls will help host a women's sevens rugby tournament at Vibert Reserve on March 3. The Bulls were keen to be on the front foot and increase participation in the region and Bulls secretary ...
  • Indigenous fun - Shepparton News

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    Indigenous fun
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    Academy of Sport Health and Education has come together with Activities in the Park to teach children traditional indigenous games. ASHE student services and traditional game organiser Jamie Atkinson said traditionally indigenous games were played for ...
  • Super sailors to seek state glory on Shepparton lake - Shepparton News

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    Super sailors to seek state glory on Shepparton lake
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    Shepparton Sailability president Roy Hill (left) and participant Carl Russell are excited about the Victorian Hansa Class Championships on Victoria Park Lake this weekend. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 ...
  • Cobram retail centre idea - Shepparton News

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    Cobram retail centre idea
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    Developers have unveiled a proposed $40 million neighbourhood retail centre for Cobram, which could open as soon as 2020. Cobram Village would offer a full-line supermarket, a smaller supermarket, medical services, banks, restaurants, discount stores ...
  • The heat really will be on - Shepparton News

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    The heat really will be on
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    The Aquamoves interactive outdoor splash park is set to be a drawcard for families looking to stay cool during this week's forecast heatwave. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Victoria is bracing for ...
  • Donation helps CFA - Shepparton News

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    Fairley's Supa IGA owner Michael Lorenz with City of Greater Shepparton group manager Ian Martin and members from the group with store manager Craig Bramley. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. The City ...and more »
  • Big part of life gone - Shepparton News

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    Big part of life gone
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    A man who spent a significant chunk of his childhood at the Mooroopna train station has shared his dismay, following a fire that completely destroyed the site. Former resident Ross Vaughan said his father William was a station master at Mooroopna ...
  • Courts close to complete - Shepparton News

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    Courts close to complete
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    A tradesperson works on the roof inside one of the rooms, which are expected to be operational in April. The five-storey fit out is close to completion. An artist's impression of the future view from opposite the current courthouse building site. An ...
  • Word and Mouth decide on 2018 goals - Shepparton News

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    Word and Mouth decide on 2018 goals
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    Shepparton's Abbey Smith, 20, will help host events again this year as part of her work with the Word and Mouth youth committee. Word and Mouth youth committee members at the Shepparton Senior Citizens Centre yesterday. Next. Share · Share · Share ...
  • Rulers of regatta - Shepparton News

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    Rulers of regatta
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    Club members took last weekend's Murray Rowing Association Rutherglen Regatta by storm, claiming victory in eight events and engineering nine more top three finishes. Toolamba's Lydia Todd, 15, led the way for the Shepparton crews, winning five events ...
  • Trucking on - Shepparton News

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    Trucking on
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    Do not expect the recent convoy of food trucks into Shepparton to stop any time soon. More are on their way next month, as part of Greater Shepparton City Council's efforts to leverage off flavour-of-the-month mobile food and coffee van popularity for ...
  • Bid to cut sentence | Shepparton News - Shepparton News

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    A young man who king-hit former AFL player Paul Brown in Shepparton wants to reduce his six-year jail term, citing a new psychological assessment that found him to be intellectually disabled. After a fight with his girlfriend, Mohammad al Wahame, 21 ...and more »
  • Sand storm comes to the lake - Shepparton News

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    Sand storm comes to the lake
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    More than three tonnes of sand was trucked in to Victoria Park Lake for the event, which Sand Storm Events hosted. Greater Shepparton City Council's healthy communities officer Carmen Nicholson wanted to bring a new experience to this year's Activities ...and more »
  • Punctuality suffers - Shepparton News

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    Punctuality suffers
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    Just 83.6 per cent of Shepparton's trains arrived on time in November, V/Line's lowest result in months. No improvement was experienced during last month, with services again falling well short of the authority's 92 per cent punctuality target. But V ...
  • Chelsea's community spirit recognised - Shepparton News

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    Chelsea's community spirit recognised
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    Shepparton's Chelsea Sofra is a young person who is doing good and making a name for herself in the world. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Shepparton's Chelsea Sofra, 23, has the resume of someone ...and more »
  • Fun City to re-open - Shepparton News

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    Fun City to re-open
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    Shepparton's Fun City is expected to re-open following an unexpected closure late last week. Security guards were outside the facility overnight Thursday and on Friday, while a ''closed until further notice'' sign was at the entrance. Fun City operator ...
  • Concern at right-wing activist meeting - Shepparton News

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    Concern at right-wing activist meeting
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    Shepparton and Cobram residents reportedly attended a right-wing activist meeting to combat African gang violence in the state. More than 50 people from metropolitan and regional Victoria attended the meeting, linked to groups United Patriots Front and ...
  • Up in flames: Kialla home destroyed - Shepparton News

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    Up in flames: Kialla home destroyed
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    The heat from a fire that destroyed a Kialla Lakes home on Monday night was so fierce it smashed a neighbour's windows and melted the venetian blinds. The family's dog is believed to have died in the blaze. The Rocklands Cres home owners are believed ...
  • Shepparton residents attend right-wing activist meeting - Shepparton News

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    Kane Miller of the True Blue Crew one of the organisers of the right-wing meeting in Melbourne. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. A number of residents from Shepparton and Cobram have reportedly ...and more »
  • Exports healthy - Shepparton News

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    Almost 16000 tonnes of red meat was exported to more than 57 markets last year, with beef exports racing past the 11million kilogram mark, a year-end review has revealed. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 ...and more »
  • Juniors to showcase talent - Shepparton News

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    Juniors to showcase talent
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    Some of Shepparton's most talented junior basketball players will represent Victoria Country in the next week at two prestigious tournaments. The Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup kicks off tomorrow in Albury-Wodonga, running until January 20 ...
  • New chair looking to strengthen relationship - Shepparton News

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    New chair looking to strengthen relationship
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    New Ovens and Murray League chairman David Sinclair is hoping to strengthen the relationship between his competition and Goulburn Valley League. Sinclair, a Shepparton product and former Shepparton East president, is keen to see the two competitions ...
  • Top-two spot on line - Shepparton News

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    Top-two spot on line
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    Has got the form: Paul McInnes was part of Kyabram's only winning rink last time the outfit faced Shepparton Golf, and will be important again today in the return fixture. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 ...
  • Soul searching career change - Shepparton News

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    Soul searching career change
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    Hardie's Heroes: Adem Barolli, Declan Martin, Taylah Burrows, Hayden Thomson, Lauren Bordin, Tyler Maher and Oliver Caffrey. Back-to-school: Reporter Declan Martin with Year 5/6 students at Wilmot Rd Primary School. Next. Share · Share · Share · Email ...
  • Hungry gators | Shepparton News - Shepparton News

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    Hungry gators
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    The Gators have dominated the north-east men's division of the competition so far this season, with 10 wins from as many attempts. But a small lapse in concentration is all it will take for that record to receive its first blemish against the Warriors ...and more »
  • Government health tug of war | Shepparton News - Shepparton News

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  • Government health tug of war - Shepparton News

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    Government health tug of war
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    The Victorian and Federal governments were at loggerheads again yesterday, after two state ministers claimed Goulburn Valley Health stood to lose $1.82million in next year's funding. State Labor politicians blamed the Federal Government, which they say ...and more »
  • Eager to be back on the greens - Shepparton News

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    Eager to be back on the greens
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    Come in, skipper: Rod Madill has been selected to skip a rink for Hill Top today against Nagambie. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments. Bowls is back. It has been almost a month since Goulburn Valley ...
  • Final-ball thriller - Shepparton News

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    Final-ball thriller
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    Cricket Shepparton's Twenty20 competition started with a bang on Thursday night as players across the region embraced the game's shortest format. Old Students and Tatura were almost unable to be split after the A-grade contest, with the former winning ...
  • Get down with the Cool Cats - Shepparton News

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    Get down with the Cool Cats
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    The Cool Cat Rockers are kicking off its beginner dance lessons next month and are encouraging more men and young people to take up rock 'n' roll dancing. Cool Cat's dancer Kaye Rossignoli said each year the group extended a warm welcome to beginners ...
  • Community minded and kind - Shepparton News

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    Community minded and kind
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    Ron Morey will be remembered as a loving father and family man who contributed greatly to the local fruit industry and Philippine community. He was community minded, carefree, positive, funny, kind and generous. ''Relax, it will happen'' and ''Come on ...