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Wyndham St crash- North bound traffic diverted

Two cars have collided in the North bound lanes of Wyndham St in front of the lake.. The crash occured at 3pm with police, CFA and the Shepparton Search and Rescue Squad attending the scene with early reports indication that one person was trapped

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Shepparton News
Oct 21 2017
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Getting in the pink for brunch this Sunday

For more than a decade the Shepparton News Pink Ribbon Brunch has played a vital role in raising money and awareness for breast cancer.. The brunch is now in its 11th year and has raised $417000 since it started.. Event organiser Karen Gill said the

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 21 2017
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A vote of support

Suzanna Sheed has supported landmark voluntary assisted dying laws in a marathon sitting of Victorian Parliament where the contentious legislation passed the lower house.. Despite this week harbouring concerns regarding some of the raft of

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Thomas Moir
Oct 21 2017
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FIERY US DUTY

A Rochester man has been called to help authorities fight the wildfires in California that have killed 42 people and destroyed almost 7000 buildings.. Today, CFA district 22 operations officer Travis Harris will be on the front line helping to

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 21 2017
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Man deceased in Eildon

Police are investigating an incident in Eildon just before midnight last night that has left a male deceased.. Investigators have been told a group of people had a physical altercation outside a licensed premises on Goulburn Valley Highway.. It is

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Shepparton News
Oct 21 2017
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Chill out at Tatura...

Temperatures could be more than 10°C cooler during International Dairy Week next year thanks to the installation of eight state-of-the-art fans at its host venue, Tatura Park’s indoor arena.. Greater Shepparton City Council sustainable

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Declan Martin
Oct 20 2017
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Ban a good first step

The Goulburn Valley Environment Group has welcomed the Victorian Government’s move to ban single-use plastic bags from next year as a positive first step now in the bag.. Single-use plastic bags commonly found at supermarket checkouts will be

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Thomas Moir
Oct 20 2017
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Charity bike ride at Tatura

The Tatura 200 Charity Bike Ride turns 10 years old next Saturday with more than 300 cyclists and walkers expected to hit the roads all in the name of charity for the event.. The past 10 years have seen the event raise almost $750000 for community

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Shepparton News
Oct 20 2017
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A taste of our history

The history of the Dhurringile mansion will be explained and explored at the inaugural Heritage Open Day next weekend.. Residents and visitors to Greater Shepparton will have an opportunity to visit more than 40 places of historic interest, never

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Shepparton News
Oct 20 2017
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A sustainable partnership

Strathmerton will lead the way in sustainable energy with a new renewable energy partnership.. Booth Transport has become the first Australian business to install a Tesla Powerpack, which will help store 390kilowatts of solar energy for its

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Barclay White
Oct 20 2017
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GV health under...

The Crossroads Project has surveyed nearly 2000 people since October last year and is close to completing the largest health snapshot of the Goulburn Valley.. The project drive by the University of Melbourne’s Department of Rural Health is

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Declan Martin
Oct 20 2017
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Mooroopna real estate...

Five prominent blocks of land in the heart of Mooroopna went on sale this week.. Providing an opportunity for someone with ‘‘money and foresight’’ to do something special, commercial real estate agent Rocky Gagliardi says

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 20 2017
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Federal money...

The Federal Government is providing funding for the Euroa, Tallygaroopna and Rushworth Men’s Sheds to help buy and upgrade equipment.. Federal Member for Murray Damian Drum said the funding would support men’s physical health, mental

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Shepparton News
Oct 20 2017
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Laps of love for cancer-hit

The most distinct memory Cathy Seymour has from her 15 years with Relay for Life is the image of a girl walking lap after lap around Princess Park, long after everyone had stopped.. The young girl’s father had just lost his fight with cancer

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Oct 20 2017
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Project getting green light

The rubber is on the road for a $6 million truck and transport museum after Greater Shepparton City Council gave an in-principle thumbs up to the project this week.. The conditional approval, contingent on other funding, meant project champions

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Thomas Moir
Oct 20 2017
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Art-deco pub for sale

An iconic art-deco style pub at the centre of Shepparton is up for grabs.. The eye-catching Hotel Terminus at the corner of High St and North St is on the market, with sales listings going live on Wednesday.. The hotel, which has been owned by the

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Barclay White
Oct 20 2017
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Helping cut red tape

Councillors are confident a ‘‘modest increase’’ in powers delegated to Greater Shepparton City Council’s chief executive officer will help prevent it getting bogged down in red tape.. The council CEO will now have

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Thomas Moir
Oct 20 2017
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One injured in...

A Cosgrove man, 60, was airlifted to hospital in a stable condition after an accident at Mooroopna North yesterday about 2pm.. Shepparton police Constable Matthew Farren said the man was driving towards Shepparton, along Echuca Rd near Alexander Rd

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Sionnie Kelly
Oct 20 2017
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Hungry anticipation...

The smell of sausages hung in the air.. And as Tuesday night’s two-hour-plus Greater Shepparton City Council meeting in Tatura wore on and the sun set across the Ballantyne Centre, the sausage sizzle promised at the end of the meeting edged

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Thomas Moir
Oct 19 2017
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