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Plantings culminate

All Tatura Primary School students have now participated in the One Tree Per Child global planting initiative after a special session was held at the school last week.. ‘‘It was a tremendous success,’’ principal Susanne Gill

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 16 2017
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Business growing

Rochester’s Justin Clearly can most likely be found, on any given morning, behind the counter of his service station and café — serving a long queue of customers in high-vis vests.. Mr Cleary and wife Rachel have run the family

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 16 2017
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Mummy blogger lures big crowd

Hundreds of women from across the Goulburn Valley came together on Sunday to listen to online sensation Sophie Cachia talk about her journey.. The 26-year-old Australian ‘‘mummy blogger’’ sold out the 500 tickets to the

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Tara Whitsed
Aug 16 2017
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Celtic band to perform

Internationally renowned Celtic music and dance group Saoirse’s performance in Nathalia next month is the result of a chance meeting four years ago at the Port Fairy Folk Festival.. G.R.A.I.N. Store Nathalia’s Ken Wong said it was in

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Tara Whitsed
Aug 16 2017
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Speakers to discuss...

Transition Tatura will present its fourth annual communities shaping the future film festival this weekend.. The theme of the event, leadership, local community, environment: women and transition initiatives, will showcase local women guest speakers

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 16 2017
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Taking on science...

Sacred Heart students enjoyed science, technology, engineering and maths challenges during National Science Week last week.. Year 5 science teacher Jane Stock said STEM subjects are combined in the one activity so that students draw upon a range of

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 16 2017
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Rings found

Rings found. ‘‘One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.’’. Thanks for the quote Tatura police. They have had three rings handed in during the past eight

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 15 2017
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Lift Off dinner tickets on sale

Tickets to the annual Lift Off education scholarship dinner are on sale.. Money raised at the dinner, which brings together supporters, funders, recipients and other stakeholders involved in the scholarships, will be put towards a general $5000 Lift

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 15 2017
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Opening of the German War Cemetery in Tatura.

The pictured scenes from the Lost Tatura Facebook page show the opening of the German War Cemetery after it was removed from the Presbyterian section of the Tatura Cemetery.. The new German War Cemetery was officially inaugurated on Sunday, November

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 15 2017
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Help shed fund new kitchen

The Tatura Men’s Shed is encouraging the community to come along to its major fundraiser — an evening of great food and music — to help fund its new kitchen.. To be held in the Italian Social Clubrooms, guests will get to enjoy two

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Tara Whitsed
Aug 15 2017
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Kick up heels for...

It is time to suit up, dress up and look stunning for the annual Goulburn Valley Young Professionals Black Tie Ball.. Now in its second year, the ball promises a night of good conversation, delicious food and great beats from musician Braden

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 15 2017
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Drive away with a...

The Community Fund Goulburn Valley is aiming to raise $50000 with its Monster Community Raffle, which will be drawn in November.. Tickets for the raffle — run in conjunction with the Audi Centre of Shepparton — have been on sale since

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Tara Whitsed
Aug 15 2017
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Support ideas for your...

Tatura residents and community organisations are reminded to attend the ‘What’s Happening in Your Town’ event this evening at the Senior Citizens Rooms in Flanagan Place from 6.30pm.. Presented by the Tatura Community Plan

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 15 2017
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Crucial for growth

Agriculture, tourism, manufacturing and aged-care services are the critical areas highlighted for growth in the Goulburn Valley’s Local Investment Plan.. Nationals Member for Murray Damian Drum recently announced applications were open for the

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Tara Whitsed
Aug 15 2017
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A Look Back at Tat

Who remembers when a Tongala Milk Products truck, carrying cargo, collided with a building at the corner of Ross St?. The images right were featured on the Lost Tatura Facebook page, which showed there was a hefty clean-up after the incident.. The

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 11 2017
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Birds spotted at Mulga dam

Despite the previously bleak weather, seven Shepparton Adventure Club walkers gathered in Shepparton to travel to the Kamarooka section of the Greater Bendigo National Park on June 28.. The group met with two other members from Tatura and then

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 10 2017
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Music to our ears

Event organisers are gearing up for next weekend’s annual Reg Poole Country Music Concert at the Harston Hall to warm the community up after the winter time blues.. The concert will be hosted by the Golden Guitar winner who will perform

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 10 2017
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Firefighters sought

Forest Fire Management Victoria has started recruiting project firefighters and new permanent forest and fire operations officers for the season ahead.. Advertising started this week for project firefighters and 15 permanent forest and fire

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 09 2017
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Grandparents visit...

Tatura Sacred Heart Primary School hosted its annual Grandparent’s Day on Friday last week when there were more than 400 friends and family in attendance.. Deputy principal Matt Cameron said a beautiful Mass was held to give thanks for the

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Tatura Guardian
Aug 09 2017
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