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Have you met…Nathan Bibby?

Where are you from, and how did you find your way to Shepparton? I originally grew up in a small town called Saint Arnaud in...

Easter Bunny comes to the GV Hotel

Patrons at the GV Hotel vied for a $500 cash prize for the best Easter Bunny costume. Ben and Bec Ladson with son Jonathon...

Renewable energy project soars to new heights

Crop trials prove record 30% increased growth THE MULTIBILLION-dollar investment and bold vision of renewable energy producer, AgBioEn; ‘to produce in excess of 150M litres...

Vaughan and Maude still a work in progress

Shoppers in the Vaughan and Maude Streets precinct will be wondering when the construction works to this important intersection are to finish. Works started in...

It’s time for change

LIKE it is some sort of media flashpoint, gender inequality has once more bubbled to the top of the political potpourri as if something...

Life after Jobkeeper

$100B still committed to economic support HAILED the economic lifeline, largely responsible for keeping around a million businesses operating and approximately 3.8M Australians in the...

Rental laws reformed

RENTERS across Victoria are embracing more than 130 reforms now in place in a bid to make renting fairer and safer for all. These changes...

Adapting your home for climate change

WHILE some think the jury is still out, there is mounting evidence that the world is facing increased pressure from climate change which will...

Industry Training Hub launch a win for Shepparton and surrounding areas

AN Industry Training Hub which works with year 11 and 12 students in regions with high youth unemployment will be established in Shepparton. Shepparton's MEGT...

Infringements sent for not voting in 2020 local council elections

INFRINGEMENT notices will be sent from this week to Victorians who didn't vote in the 2020 local council elections and either failed to respond...

La Trobe University recognised for student support

THE pandemic created another level of difficulty for students during the course of 2020 as well as pushing institutions to develop alternate means of...

Mosquito warning as Ross River cases rise

ROSS River virus disease occurs throughout most regions of Australia, particularly around inland waterways and coastal regions. The virus is passed between mosquitoes and...

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