Tuesday, April 13, 2021

RAAF marks its centenary

WHILE the Australian military used aircraft during World War 1, it wasn't until March 31, 1921, that the Royal Australian Air Force came into...

Fun with Fizzics

AUTUMN school holidays can be tricky, a balance between fun, educational activities and pyjama and TV days can be hard to get right. For something...

Afternoon Delights continue at Eastbank

AS the weather cools down, it's time to start organising our autumn/winter social calendars and enjoy some time indoors to escape the chill. Riverlinks Eastbank...

Hop along to Rushworth

UNIQUE Easter gifts, a variety of yummy food and fun for the whole family will be on offer at the Rushworth Easter Heritage Market, this coming weekend.  Set to be held...

Great day for grinners

BIGGER store in a new location was enough to give away a big prize. As a part of their opening day promotion on March...

Activities to keep you warm

AS the trees turn from summer's bright green to the gorgeous russet of autumn and temperatures drop, a lot of us can find the...

Fine and unique meats

SOMETIMES the usual rotation of lamb, chicken and pork can get a little monotonous. While delicious, something extraordinary and different such as quail or...

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SPC looks forward to positive growth in the industry

By Robert Giles, SPC Ardmona chief executive officer AT SPC, we’re always looking to put Australian food manufacturing on the map, both domestically and globally....

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Leaps and bounds…

THE GV hasn’t seen a lot of footy this year. In fact, all of Victoria – the home of the national code – has...

A different chapter in Furphy history

The name Furphy is well known in Shepparton to both the young and old, as it’s a huge part of Shepparton’s history. Whether you’re...

Shepparton Park

In 1873, government surveyor, Alfred Leahy, moved to Shepparton with his wife, Ellen Leahy. He built his home and continued working as a surveyor...

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RAAF marks its centenary

WHILE the Australian military used aircraft during World War 1, it wasn't until March 31, 1921, that the Royal Australian Air Force came into...

SAM does soft opening

The ground floor to this amazing new building encompassing Kaiela Arts and the Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre are open for business, while the major...

High achieving students writing their own story

HIGH-achieving primary school English students across the Goulburn Valley have spent the last 10 weeks extending their writing skills through the Victorian Challenge Enrichment...

Illegal trail bike riding on the rise in Victoria

For a lot of people, a pleasant day out in the bush has been marred by the unnecessarily loud roar of motorbikes roaring over...

Funding sought for Graham St/Numurkah Rd intersection upgrade

MOST Sheppartonians know of the laser focus required to turn right from Graham Street onto Numurkah Road during a busy period. Although no-one really likes...

Celebrations

Chocolate cherry trifle

NO Christmas is complete without a cheeky trifle. Why not make the most of the abundance of delicious cherries in our region this Christmas...

If it's got wheels

Live Big

The Queen of Cars, and she’s called Betsy

By Struan Jones FORD’S F-150 truck is one of the most iconic vehicles in the history of motoring. Since its inception in 1948, well over 40...

Hail to the bus driver

BUSES are perhaps the most democratic form of public transport. In every city anywhere in the world, buses will ply routes moving hordes of...

Electric Dreams

THIS week I had the pleasure of going for a drive in a Tesla Model S. It was, hands down, the most incredible car...

Health & Fitness

Major boost for GV emergency services

TATURA CFA will receive $37,000 towards the cost of a $55,500 Field Command Vehicle as part of the latest round of the 2020-21 Volunteer...

Heatstroke is no joke

BEING home to many rural properties, residents in Shepparton and surrounding areas are prone to heatstroke as maintaining their land, animals and going about...

New batch of interns at GV Health

Each year, new doctor interns take up residence at GV Health to continue their training in real life situations after several years study. Dr Peter...

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RAAF marks its centenary

WHILE the Australian military used aircraft during World War 1, it wasn't until March 31, 1921, that the Royal Australian Air Force came into...

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