News

Cheers, brew

The brewer of the best craft beer in Australia described his award-winning drop as ‘‘like drinking a chocolate cigar ignited by a dragon’s flame’’.. Former Sheppartonian Dan Dainton won big at the recent Australian

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Barclay White
Sep 22 2017
News

Station 1 back for one night only

Retro-revival club night tickets were in such high demand sales raised more than $20000 for charity in just more than an hour.. Shepparton’s favourite club of yesteryear, Station 1, is coming back for one night to raise money for Goulburn

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Barclay White
Sep 22 2017
Entertainment

Hey kids, join in fest of fun

SPC Ardmona KidsTown will be a hub of activity this weekend as KidsFest brightens up the adventure playground.. The annual KidsFest has continued to be a popular event for many and attracts hundreds of children and their families each year.. SPC

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Sionnie Kelly
Sep 22 2017
News

Skateboard attack

A Shepparton teenager used his skateboard to attack someone in a chilling assault that sent the victim to hospital.. Kyle Lock, 18, pleaded guilty in Shepparton Magistrates’ Court on Monday to one charge of recklessly causing injury in the

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Barclay White
Sep 22 2017
News

Still time to have flu...

Victoria is in the grips of one of the worst flu seasons on record, but the Goulburn Valley has not been hit hard.. Goulburn Valley Health respiratory physician Mark Harris said rates of influenza had not been different from previous years

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Barclay White
Sep 22 2017
News

Cars donated

A public callout for cars was so successful that the Tatura State Emergency Service almost have too many to pick up.. Deputy operations controller Kris Parker had asked the public (the News, September 18) to donate cars for training, a request the

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Barclay White
Sep 22 2017
News

Inspiring lady...

Former Shepparton resident Erna Werner has been remembered as a lively, witty and much-loved mother and community champion.. Erna, 85, died on Friday, September 15, in a Geelong hospital after a short illness.. At her funeral service in Drysdale

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John Lewis
Sep 22 2017
News

Sorting out family issues

Domestic violence advocate Jimmy Bartel will speak at the upcoming Conversations For Change dinner.. The dinner, hosted by Primary Care Connect, will present key themes uncovered in the more than 1000 conversations the healthcare provider had with

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Taylah Burrows
Sep 22 2017
News

Pipe struck

A gas pipeline was hit during the deconstruction of a service station on the corner of Goulburn Valley Hwy and River Rd West in Kialla at 1pm yesterday.. Police and Shepparton Fire Brigade members responded to the incident, along with APA Group

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Declan Martin
Sep 22 2017
Breaking News

Update: Car and truck collide in Mooroopna

UPDATE, 10.30am: A man was taken to GV Health for observation after the utility he was driving collided with a truck this morning.. Shepparton Highway Patrol Senior Constable Glenn Fitzgerald said the utility was travelling south on Echuca Rd in

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Shepparton News
Sep 22 2017
News

Has never say Di...

Di Hanslow has twice coached Kyabram to the ultimate glory, but will be on the opposing side on Sunday.. The veteran Goulburn Valley League coach led the Bombers to their first A-grade flag in 2006, followed by another in 2008.. There she coached

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Lauren Bordin
Sep 22 2017
News

Police probe car fire...

Police are investigating the circumstances of a suspicious fire that destroyed two cars at a Shepparton home yesterday morning.. Detective Senior Constable Troy Wickham said the homeowners called the emergency services after discovering the cars

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Taylah Burrows
Sep 22 2017
Lifestyle

Happy birthday to a...

One year out from a mega-milestone and Peggy Edwards is still going strong.. The Shepparton resident celebrated her 99th birthday on Tuesday with the help of some friends and fellow volunteers from the hospice opportunity shop.. Ms Edwards was

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Taylah Burrows
Sep 22 2017
News

Fast train too slow

Shepparton’s fastest trains can be more than 25km/h slower than the quickest services on other regional lines, according to a new study into the local rail corridor.. A paper from John Hearsch Consulting looks at longer term needs of the

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Thomas Moir
Sep 22 2017
News

Birthday shock

It could be today, maybe tomorrow, the day after or in a year, but doctors have told Kirstie Bulger she will die from cancer.. The Mooroopna resident, 44, and single mother of three children has battled the disease for more than four years.. Last

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Hayden Thomson
Sep 22 2017
News

Euroa lines up for NBN

NBN infrastructure works at Euroa are close to completion and works in Nagambie are expected to be finished by February.. According to Strathbogie Shire Council, technicians have been installing the NBN infrastructure in Nagambie for the past two

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Shepparton News
Sep 21 2017
News

Man pays dearly...

A $200 council fine grew to $1128 when a Shepparton man was taken to court after he refused to pay.. Police officers spotted an unattended fire at the back of Nathan Dunning’s Verney Rd home on February 9 this year, at a time of strong fire

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Barclay White
Sep 21 2017
News

Top marks in digging...

When Aiden Aitken digs his hands in the dirt to plant a tree, he knows he will one day reap the benefits of the hard work sewn.. Aiden, along with about 40 other classmates at Gowrie St Primary School, did their part on Tuesday in support of the

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Sep 21 2017
News

Tasty pizza fundraiser

Charity never tasted so good in Shepparton after Shepparton Pizzas recently wrapped up its three-month fundraiser for the local Salvation Army Corps.. Shepparton Pizzas owner Kruz Patel said their Pizza With A Purpose campaign raised $347 which was

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Tara Whitsed
Sep 21 2017
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