Planting world of joy at home
How many indoor plants is too many?
Six Greater Shepparton councillors will sit down tonight for this month’s ordinary meeting to discuss varying community plans and projects.
Teenagers and youths enjoyed the opportunity to visit Shepparton Law Court yesterday to learn more about careers across the legal profession.
Describing the result as ‘‘disappointing’’, Australian Labor Party candidate Bill Lodwick said the Nicholls outcome was not as surprising as that of the overall result.
Elated yet humble, Nationals candidate Damian Drum is delighted to resume his role as the federal member for Nicholls after winning 52.17 per cent of the primary vote at Saturday’s election.
Hitting the High St pavement with a smile and a large stack of voting preference papers, three long weeks of pre-poll action are almost at an end for the dedicated volunteers and candidates.
Pre-polling on High St in Shepparton looked a little busier yesterday with a visit from One Nation founder and leader, Pauline Hanson.
Banksia Lodge resident Eileen Torney said she would like to know more about the local candidates before they ran for election.
Shepparton’s KidsTown is hoping to modernise its facilities and services after 25 years of operation with the help of the local community.
As you enter Lex Neville’s shed in Kialla, you’ll find tools, gym equipment and some home brewing items, as well as a photography studio taking pride of place along a side wall.
Local emergency service operations are set to be stronger than ever with the signing of a new memorandum of understanding between the Victoria State Emergency Service and Shepparton Search and Rescue on Monday night.
On the National Day of Action for Aged Care yesterday, Shepparton Villages chief executive Kerri Rivett called on the Federal Government to provide more funding to support the sector’s future.
A large crowd gathered at Mooroopna Education and Activity Centre yesterday to discuss legal issues that seniors in the community might experience.
After recently sharing her personal story of addiction and recovery at an event in Shepparton, Maria Hutchison is determined to support the community further with a program designed to help families.
An extra $3million towards a native fish hatchery could become a reality if Labor wins on Saturday.
Local firefighters are one step closer to owning a new purpose-built vehicle with funding support from Fairley’s IGA supermarket in Shepparton.
Living every day to the fullest with a smile on her face, a spring in her step and a positive attitude has helped Katandra’s Jayne Walters overcome a multitude of traumatic events during the past few years.