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Food and great fun

The Tatura Bocce Club will next month host a fundraiser evening filled with food and great fun and all are welcome to attend.. The event will be held on Friday, May 19, and Tatura Bocce Club’s Vince Vigoiaturo is encouraging those who wish to

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 28 2017
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Tantrum at breakfast

Living the Good Life. It was a quiet tantrum, but a tantrum nonetheless.. My wife and I had gone away to Melbourne to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary.. When we were married we had both come out of unhappy marriages and recent divorces, so the

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 28 2017
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Do you lack anything?

Our daily bread. I was listening to the ABC the other day and people were asked where and what were they doing for the Easter holidays.. Unfortunately, no-one mentioned that, at some stage, they would visit the nearby Church to celebrate the Easter

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 27 2017
News

Gardeners explore the iris

Irises explored. Tatura Garden Club’s recent monthly meeting was held on Easter Monday at the Ballantyne Centre, chaired by the group’s only male member, Rod Vincitorio.. About 16 members attended with guest speaker Marlene Miles, who has been

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 27 2017
News

Festive campaign

Goulburn Murray Water staff hope to this year inject at least $5000 into FamilyCare Shepparton’s Baskets of Joy initiative, which provides food donations to families during the festive season.. According to GMW, building on the success of last

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 27 2017
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A look back at Tat

Tatura’s Bernie Maher captured this strip of Casey St buildings and businesses during what he thinks would have been around the 1950s.. The first image shows the old Sacred Heart School when it fronted Casey St, according to Mr Maher.. The second

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 26 2017
News

Be fire safe as...

The fire danger period for district 22 ended on Tuesday last week, more than one week earlier than scheduled.. ‘‘The requirements to get permits for conducting fuel reduction burns and the burning of crops is no longer in existence,’’

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 26 2017
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Rapt with her art

Tatura’s Susan Trevaskis was delighted to see her postcards hanging at Mooroopna Education and Activity Centre’s The Hub last week.. After meeting fortnightly with art teacher Naomi Kerr, Susan created a series of postcards.. Susan enjoyed

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 26 2017
News

Knees honoured

Renowned Tatura amateur historians Arthur and Lurline Knee have been recognised with a prestigious statewide award for their tireless work at the Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum.. Mr and Mrs Knee received the Heritage Volunteer Award from

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 26 2017
News

Recognised for dedication

For the past two decades there has been a familiar face at Tatura’s Anzac and Remembrance Day ceremonies, fundraising for the town’s RSL sub-branch and attending to the welfare of local war widows.. Robert Mathieson was last week recognised for

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Tara Whitsed
Apr 25 2017
News

Persistence pays off...

After 20 years of buying tickets for the Merrigum Lions Club Annual Boat Raffle, Tony Hogan, was thrilled to finally walk away with the main prize, a Stacer 379 Proline Boat from SH Wallace & CO last week.. Mr Hogan, of Merrigum, said he was

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 25 2017
News

Sculpture unveiling...

Since the late 1980s Lurline and Arthur Knee have spent countless hours researching the seven internment and prisoner of war camps in the Tatura area during World War II.. ‘‘In 1988 the (Tatura World War II Wartime Camps Museum) was

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Tara Whitsed
Apr 25 2017
News

Wrong place at right...

Goulburn Murray Water staff member Donald Hughan joked that he was just in the wrong place at the right time when he was asked to join the Rochester State Emergency Service Unit.. ‘‘They picked me,’’ he laughed.. But his decision to say yes

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 25 2017
News

Avenue finished

Merrigum’s Avenue of Honour, planted two years ago, was beautified and completed last week ahead of the township’s Anzac Day celebrations.. The Bunnings Community Project saw staff members from Bunnings stores in Shepparton, Echuca, Epsom and

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Tara Whitsed
Apr 25 2017
News

Good time to remember Jesus died for all

It is never a good idea to defend Hitler.. Sean Spicer, United States President Donald Trump’s press secretary, in trying to demonise Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over the deadly gas attack near Homs, somehow found himself defending Hitler

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 21 2017
News

Black spot plea

Greater Shepparton City Council has called for community input to help to identify mobile black spot areas located within the municipality.. A spokesperson from the council said it would make an application on behalf of the region to the Federal

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 21 2017
News

Every bit counts

The Tatura community contributed more than $10000 to the Good Friday Appeal last week, raising much-needed funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital.. Among the donators was 16-year-old Tatura’s Guy Ferguson who collected for the appeal by placing

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Tara Whitsed
Apr 20 2017
News

Be on alert for...

A spokesperson from Greater Shepparton City Council said it had been made aware of a potential phone scam operating in the municipality.. They said council had heard from a number of residents who had received a phone call saying they are from

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 20 2017
News

Second chance to be...

White dresses and pretty corsages are being utilised by Shepparton South Rotary Club to help raise money for research into post traumatic stress disorder.. Shepparton South Rotary Club is doing its bit to help raise $33000 across one year by holding

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 20 2017
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