Monday, March 8, 2021

Have you met… Veronica Jamison?

Where are you from, and how did you find your way to Shepparton? I was born in Cessnock in New South Wales, but before I...

Commercial property is getting back on track

SITTING down with Rocky Gagliardi provides a colourful painted picture of the Shepparton property market, delivered at a machine gun pace yet is noticeably...

Courage and optimism the message of Leadership Luncheon

SOME of Shepparton's best business minds and industry leaders will be present when the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry holds its inaugural Leadership...

People, technology behind Gradian goals

PEOPLE, processes and technology are three exciting pillars behind the recent growth and goals of Shepparton-owned civil construction company, Gradian Projects. The company recently launched...

Ball’s in your court

AFTER an almost non-existent footy and soccer season last year, this year's sporting calendar is set to be one of the best on record....

Looking good and feeling better

SELF-CARE has never been more important than now, and looking after yourself can take many forms, including a trip to one of Shepparton's best...

Nutrition on the menu for Activities in the Park

DINNERTIME and hungry kids go in hand in hand. We plan and cook meals to ensure our children enjoy a nutritious and fulfilling meal,...

SPORT

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The news and Facebook

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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...

SPOTLIGHT

Commercial property is getting back on track

SITTING down with Rocky Gagliardi provides a colourful painted picture of the Shepparton property market, delivered at a machine gun pace yet is noticeably...

Have you met… Veronica Jamison?

Where are you from, and how did you find your way to Shepparton? I was born in Cessnock in New South Wales, but before I...

Radiation centre an award-winning design

SHEPPARTON'S GenesisCare Cancer Radiation Centre on Corio street has received an award for its excellence in design and construction from Master Builders Victoria. Dee Hepyukselen,...

Bringing youth into the fold at Rotary

BRINGING youth into a town's service organisations is a constant challenge, so the Shepparton Rotary Club welcomed some younger guests to dinner last week. Gap...

Courage and optimism the message of Leadership Luncheon

SOME of Shepparton's best business minds and industry leaders will be present when the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry holds its inaugural Leadership...

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

Electric Dreams

A ticket to Gold Class

AT the Frankfurt International Motor Show back in 1972, Mercedes-Benz unveiled its new generation of flagship luxury-class vehicles, newly-named the S-Class. Today, touching on 50...

Smiles per hour behind the wheel

WHEN you think of yesteryear fastback coupes in Australia, you probably don't picture a Volkswagen. The iconic VW Beatle comes to mind, perhaps, but what...

A deadset head-turner

WHAT'S the most practical utility vehicle on the road for loading things in and out and moving them about? A van? A ute? How...

Health & Fitness

Heatstroke is no joke

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...

La Trobe welcomes 2021 students

The first round of offers to students undertaking tertiary studies have gone out and La Trobe University has made offers to undergraduate students for...

Victoria on track to eliminate cervical cancer by 2030

A NEW report by the Cancer Council Victoria suggests Victoria is on track to become the first jurisdiction in the world to eliminate cervical...

House and Land

Choose native plants

Chase the sun

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Commercial property is getting back on track

SITTING down with Rocky Gagliardi provides a colourful painted picture of the Shepparton property market, delivered at a machine gun pace yet is noticeably...

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