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Helping hand hangs up his keys

sadviser July 6, 2011

By Nadia McManus HE’S helped more than 1,500 local people with disability remain independent and last week, John Hort, himself a dual-leg amputee, retired, satisfied at a job well-done. The 77-year-old former Shepparton businessman

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Career expo first

sadviser July 6, 2011

By Nadia SuraceFROM Aquamoves to Woolworth’s, exhibitors from more than 15 employers featured at last week’s inaugural Notre Dame College Junior Careers Expo for Year 8 and 9 students.Aiming to prepare students for making

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Our region in-brief

sadviser July 6, 2011

Bridge replacement a priorityYarrawonga: Replacement of the Yarrawonga and Mulwala bridge has been listed as a priority at a meeting of the Murray River Group of Councils and Victorian Roads Minister, Terry Mulder recently.The

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Mayor seeks community feedback on proposed kindergarten fee increases

sadviser July 6, 2011

GREATER Shepparton City Council Mayor Geoff Dobson is encouraging parents of children at Council’s kindergartens to have their say on proposed fee increases.Cr Dobson said kindergarten fees at Council’s 13 children’s centres had traditionally

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A pre-school farm friends visit

sadviser July 6, 2011

By Nadia Surace IT was smiles all around at ABC Goodstart Bourchier Street, Shepparton on Thursday when piglets, chooks, ducks, miniature goats, rabbits, ponies and even spotty sheep stopped in for a visit.The centre’s

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Check mates

sadviser July 6, 2011

Chess teams compete for State finals By Nadia SuraceGOULBURN Valley Grammar, St Brendan’s Primary and Yarrawonga Primary School students last week participated in Round 1 of this year’s Chess Kids Interschool Chess Championships. Goulburn

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