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GARDEN PARTY FOR CHARITY… Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s property in Langwarrin, Cruden Farm, will host the annual Garden Party Luncheon on March 8, celebrating International Women’s Day and raising awareness for the genetic life threatening disease, Cystic Fibrosis.  Photo: Supplied.

Garden party to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis

David Lee February 1, 2012

CRUDEN Farm in Langwarrin will again come alive with the annual Garden Party Luncheon celebrating International Women’s Day in a bid to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis and its research

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OUTSTANDING AUSSIES… Pictured, Harmony Village Independent Living Units Shepparton Australia Day Awardees, Kialla Lakes resident, Don Kilgour (centre) and residents, Faye Wheelhouse (left) and Elizabeth Dieckmann (right). Photo: Alicia Zeqir.

Winners announced for Australia Day Awards

David Lee February 1, 2012

HONOURS were distributed to outstanding members of the community last week as the winners of the 2012 Australia Day Awards were announced at ceremonies across Greater Shepparton with Harmony Village aged care facility in

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STUDENT ENROLMENT RISE… LaTrobe University Shepparton Campus has had a 27 percent increase in student enrolments from 2009 to 2011. Pictured, Director of LaTrobe Shepparton Campus, Liz Lavender. Photo: Alicia Zeqir.

Shepparton’s LaTrobe University blooms

David Lee February 1, 2012

LATROBE Universities across the state have experienced record growth in first preference applicants of any university throughout the last three years, with Shepparton’s new campus on Fryers Street giving local students a chance to

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Shepparton Headspace centre to go ahead

David Lee February 1, 2012

IN a bid to help combat against the rise of mental illness in youths, Headspace in conjunction with the Victorian Government announced recently that plans are in motion for Shepparton to receive a Headspace

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STARTING SCHOOL… Beginning their first year of primary school are cousins, 5 year old Jemima Moore from St Josephs Primary School, Numurkah and 6 year old Riley Rudge from Grahamvale Primary School, Shepparton. Photo: Alicia Zeqir.

First day fun…and nerves

David Lee February 1, 2012

BEATING the jitters can be one of the more difficult parts of your child’s first day of school, and as the beginning of the school year fast approaches children across the country are preparing

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Prison expansion

sadviser February 1, 2012

By David LeeMARKING the beginning of a significant benefit to the local community Corrections Minister, Andrew McIntosh turned the sod last week for the Coalition Government’s new expansion project at the Dhurringile prison. The

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