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Rail results

sadviser July 12, 2011

Survey reveals PT issue scope By Nadia Surace IT’S an inconvenience for some, others have called it pathetic. Regardless of how badly they’ve rated it, 75 per cent Shepparton RAILS’ recent survey participants are

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Smiles amid sorrow

sadviser July 12, 2011

Refugee realities bring home reason for event By Nadia Surace THE night before last Wednesday’s Refugee Week celebrations, 14-year-old Afghani refugee, Nasiba Mohammadi lost her uncle back home. He’d been shot dead by the

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Welcome SAM

sadviser July 12, 2011

By Nadia Surace RE-BRANDING and re-naming of Shepparton Art Gallery to Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) has been approved. Gallery Director, Kirsten Paisley said launch of the new brand and name will coincide with the

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Band rocks Shepparton High School

sadviser July 12, 2011

A touring rock band was out to inspire students to a career in the music industry at Shepparton High School (SHS) last week. The ‘Rock the Schools’ tour showcased industry talent with a concert

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Forming aspirations

sadviser July 12, 2011

Indigenous university workshop AIMING to encourage aspirations of attending university, La Trobe University Shepparton last week held a workshop for indigenous secondary school students. Staff from the university’s Equality and Diversity Centre worked with

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Exciting times for tourism

sadviser July 12, 2011

TOURISM Greater Shepparton (TGS) has announced a number of exciting initiatives to boost the benefits of being involved in the tourism focussed group and to encourage new members to the organisation.One of the most

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