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Solar plant plan

With its proximity to Melbourne and ‘solar city’ potential, GV Community Energy chief executive Geoff Lodge believes the region holds an advantage in being considered for a proposal to power Melbourne’s tram network via solar plants.. Mr Lodge

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Thomas Moir
Jan 25 2017
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Road rage investigation. Shepparton police are investigating a road rage incident that occurred on Thursday. Police believe the incident happened on Vaughan St in Shepparton about 7.45pm, east of the Maude St roundabout near Kmart.. A man was

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017
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Council flags waste disposal fee drop

Greater Shepparton City Council will next month look to adjust its commercial waste rates to be more competitive after flagging about $1million in lost revenue last month.. Council corporate services director Chris Teitzel recently said the

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Thomas Moir
Jan 24 2017
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Boys to face court

Two Shepparton boys are among five teenagers arrested over an armed jewellery heist at a Melbourne store last week.. Masked offenders stormed the Toorak store on January 14, where they smashed glass cabinets and assaulted a male staff member before

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Shepparton News
Jan 24 2017

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Grant will help...

The Shepparton Festival has received a $10000 Regional Events Fund grant to help it attract more visitors to the region.. Shepparton Festival chair Fiona Smolenaars said they were thrilled to receive funding to help promote the 44 events happening

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Sionnie Kelly
Jan 24 2017
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Decision not fine

A Numurkah resident is disappointed with Greater Shepparton City Council after it decided she had to pay a parking fine despite having purchased a parking ticket that was accidentally displayed incorrectly.. A disability worker in Shepparton, Leonie

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Taylah Burrows
Jan 24 2017
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Barrier to go back

A height restriction barrier on Watt Rd, Mooroopna will be replaced in the coming weeks after a vehicle allegedly uprooted the barrier on Sunday last week.. Greater Shepparton City Council acting works and waste manager Mike Freeman said it was

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Tara Whitsed
Jan 24 2017
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Rubbish costs

Illegal dumping costs ratepayers in Greater Shepparton more than $150000 each year.. Greater Shepparton City Council infrastructure director Steve Bowmaker said the costs borne for clean-up efforts of items such as whitegoods, mattresses, building

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Thomas Moir
Jan 24 2017
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Man faces murder charges over Melb attack

The man accused of deliberately mowing down people with a car in Melbourne is in court where he's expected to face five counts of murder.. Dimitrious Gargasoulas, 26, is in the Melbourne Magistrates' Court accused of deliberately striking

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Jan 23 2017
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Negotiations improving

Negotiations between unions and Parmalat over the enterprise bargaining agreement that has seen workers locked out of the Echuca dairy processing site were looking more positive.. Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union national food secretary Tom

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Shepparton News
Jan 23 2017
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Pet rego fees...

Greater Shepparton City Council is offering discounted animal registration fees until the end of January.. The discounted fees, ranging from $5 to $32, are designed to encourage responsible pet ownership in Greater Shepparton.. Council’s citizen

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Taylah Burrows
Jan 23 2017
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Tractor stolen. A tractor was stolen from a property on the corner of Findlay and Trevaskis Rds, Wyuna, overnight Saturday.. The orange 2011 Kybota was taken some time between midnight and 6am yesterday.. Kyabram police were appealing for witnesses

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Shepparton News
Jan 23 2017
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Small towns with big dreams

Katandra West is a proud community that knows what it wants and how to get it.. In 2006 the community came together with plans to build a multi-use community hub.. Their forward thinking vision was that the centre could be used for many community

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Shepparton News
Jan 23 2017
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Mapping shows rise in area’s groundwater

Goulburn-Murray Water’s annual water table study shows above average rainfall has caused shallow groundwater to rise across the region.. The study monitors more than 1000 observation bores and allows G-MW to map shallow groundwater level changes

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Shepparton News
Jan 23 2017
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Arsonists continue to strike

A lot can be said about the people who deliberately light bushfires.. Some might do it out of malice; others use it as an avenue for revenge, but many outsiders believe it to be a sign of mental instability or the consequence of an unhealthy

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Jan 23 2017
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Mayor vows move on...

Greater Shepparton City Mayor Dinny Adem concedes little progress has been made in simplifying the process for food vans to trade at Victoria Park Lake.. But he has said conversations about a clearer, better defined policy will be had during the

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Thomas Moir
Jan 23 2017
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Snagging better habitat

Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority has been busy re-snagging the Goulburn River this summer by placing tree branches and trunks in the water to provide its inhabitants with a healthy home.. Re-snagging the Goulburn River started in 2011

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Sionnie Kelly
Jan 23 2017
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Family safe after fire...

A family in Benalla has been left devastated after a fire tore through its weatherboard home in Thomas St at the weekend.. CFA spokesperson Craig Ludeman said the single-story home was well alight by the time fire units attended.. ‘‘We were

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Hayden Thomson
Jan 23 2017
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