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Crowds enjoy blue skies and rainbows

sadviser August 31, 2011

THE sun shone to blue skies during the glorious weather over the weekend, attracting large crowds to the 2011 Rainbow Winter Market. Shepparton Chamber of Commerce Manager, Morry McKellar says this year’s market attracted

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Proud tradition forges future vision

sadviser August 31, 2011

ST Joseph’s Primary School in Numurkah recently celebrated its history and its vision with a mass and ceremony that marked the opening of its ‘Building the Education Revolution’ (BER) projects. The school proudly lays

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Shock crowd attendance fuels group action

sadviser August 31, 2011

By Nadia SuraceALMOST 400 people turned out to voice their qualms and complaints with Greater Shepparton City Council last week at lobby group, Better Local Government’s first public meeting.The crowd that was more than

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The Greens’, a practical guide

sadviser August 31, 2011

AT a time when the Greens are attracting unprecedented attention, it is clear that there has been an almost complete failure in the media to provide a systematic analysis of their policies and the

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Calling all writers

sadviser August 31, 2011

By Nadia SuraceENTRIES are now open for this year’s Joseph Furphy Commemorative Literary Prize.In its nineteenth year, the competition will again recognise local poets and storytellers across its Junior, Youth and Open categories.Goulburn Valley

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Ruby and Milo

sadviser August 31, 2011

WHEN Shepparton’s Danielle Zeqir and Jessica Case spotted their three-month-old staff mastiff cross puppies at a pet shop recently, they say they simply couldn’t leave without them.Ruby and Milo stole the hearts of their

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