Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Local News

VISION FOR SHEPPARTON SHOWPIECE… Pictured, Tank the Artist is keen to see Shepparton become known for its street art and to potentially showcase one of the biggest collections of Indigenous street art in the country. Photo: Alicia Niglia.

Artistic vision

Editor January 10, 2018

ACCORDING to one of our region’s best known local artists, Shepparton presents a myriad of artistic possibilities, which could set us apart from other regional centres and make Shepparton a showpiece for indigenous art.

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Ford Road upgrade concern

Editor January 10, 2018

THE commencement of a study into the possible upgrade of Ford Road to become a major arterial bypass for large vehicles has evoked major concern from North Shepparton families and homeowners in the area

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Motor Museum Millions

Editor January 10, 2018

SHEPPARTON’S own Motor Museum and Collectibles will host the only Goulburn Valley region qualifier for the Aussie Millions Poker Tournament in the Motor Museum Millions event to take place on Saturday, January 13. While

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Batting over the rainbow for Zaidee

David Lee January 10, 2018

CRICKET Australia has once again shown multi-coloured support for Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation, donning their cricket bats with rainbow grips for the Big Bash League and Women’s Big Bash League Zaidee’s Round of cricket. Zaidee’s

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Little Cara takes on the world

Editor January 10, 2018

SHEPPARTON locals, Norman and Lynette Sims are especially proud grandparents at the moment after their granddaughter, Cara recently won the regional round of a global robotics tournament, which will now see her travel to

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Drive to the conditions

Editor January 10, 2018

THE Transport Accident Commission has released figures outlining a 12.8 percent drop in road related fatalities from 2016 to 2017, however with the number of deaths still equating to 253, this is still too

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