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Soldiers honoured

Preparations are well under way for the Murchison RSL sub-branch’s World War II honour roll memorial board, with representatives meeting at the site this week.. Joined by Member for Euroa Steph Ryan and Greater Shepparton City Council deputy

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Tara Whitsed
Oct 18 2017
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What I’m not saying ...

‘‘You’re not listening to me!’’ ‘‘Pay attention, class!’’ ‘‘Eyes front, pens down.’’. I can’t remember how many times I must have heard words like these as a child

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 18 2017
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Speakers inspire members

Tatura Probus Club’s monthly meeting was held on September 28.. Club president Bill Woods opened the meeting, making the crowd laugh with one of his jokes.. Joan Dillon introduced RIAC advocate Tanya Harding, who explained that advocacy was

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 18 2017
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Club crowns salami kings

Thirty-two salamis were judged on appearance, aroma, texture and taste at the 13th annual salami night in Tatura.. ‘‘The excellent quality of traditional home-made salami continued ... with four judges using their expertise to determine

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 17 2017
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Chance to see council...

Roadworks, a transport museum proposal and big ticket asks of government will all grace the Tatura-hosted Greater Shepparton City Council meeting tonight.. The only matter that has been decided for sure is that a sausage sizzle will be on hand for

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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New plaque to be seen

A new plaque in honour of World War I servicemen will be unveiled at this year’s Remembrance Day Service at 11am Saturday, November 11 at Robert Mactier Memorial Gardens.. The service will also be highlighted by a shroud of more than 3000

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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Time to meet

Murchison residents will get their chance to catch up with Greater Shepparton City Council chief executive Peter Harriott and mayor Dinny Adem later this month.. Cr Adem and Mr Harriott have met with residents across the municipality in recent

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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Clean up before the fire season

Greater Shepparton City Council is reminding land owners to ensure long grass on their property is dealt with now leading into the summer fire danger period.. Greater Shepparton City Council citizens services manager Laurienne Winbanks said with the

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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Appealing to the senses

Tatura Primary School students are enjoying playing in the sensory garden which was upgraded during the school holidays by members from the Dhurringile Prison community assistance program.. Recent developments in the sensory garden are new steering

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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Love lasts well past first sight

It might sound cliched, but it was love at first sight for Tatura’s Glenda and Bruce McLeod, who are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this weekend with family and friends.. Mr and Mrs McLeod, who still live in the same house built at

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 17 2017
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Nominations open for...

Nominations are now open for Australia Day awards for Tatura and Greater Shepparton in the categories: Australia day citizen of the year-Tatura /Greater Shepparton; Australia Day young citizen of the year-Tatura Greater Shepparton; Australia day

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 13 2017
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Be wary of Magpies

Tatura resident Neville Crow is warning people to watch out for magpies after he was attacked by a dive-bombing magpie while riding his bike the other day.. ‘‘I was riding my bike on Dhurringile Rd near the Generations Church when

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 13 2017
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Declan joins the team

G’day, my name’s Declan Martin, and you’ll be seeing more of me around Tatura soon as the new Guardian reporter.. I’m excited to start with the Guardian.. I look forward to reporting all the news happening in the town and

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 13 2017
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Best waste result

After two years of yo-yoing green-lid bin contamination rates, Greater Shepparton City Council has thanked the community for delivering its best ever contamination result during last month.. The result marks just the sixth time in 33 months the

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 12 2017
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Police nab four drink drivers

Four drink drivers have been booked by Tatura police in the past four weeks, including one driver last Sunday night.. ‘‘At 11.09pm we intercepted a white Holden Sedan in Lenne St, Mooroopna,’’ Tatura police Leading Senior

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Hayden Thomson
Oct 12 2017
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Volunteers recognised

Tatura Community House cannot do what it does without the support of volunteers and the annual general meeting was the perfect opportunity to celebrate their achievements on Tuesday night.. State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed presented the

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 12 2017
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Don’t miss council...

Former Tatura-based Greater Shepparton City councillor, Kevin ‘‘Gunna’’ Ryan is encouraging residents to attend a ordinary council meeting at Tatura’s Ballantyne Centre at 5.30pm on Tuesday, October 17.. Council will be

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 12 2017
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Polluters put on notice

The Environment Protection Authority is set to keep a closer eye than ever on the region’s pollution levels with an officer based at Greater Shepparton City Council.. The officer will address areas where overlap of responsibility between the

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 12 2017
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Businesses feeling the...

A feed mill owner from Kyabram has warned that he will need to ditch the electricity grid, and install a dirty diesel generator, if electricity prices continue to rise.. Alan Meyer has owned and operated Vic Feeds at Colbinabbin for more than three

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Tatura Guardian
Oct 12 2017
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