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Learning new circus skills

Colour and co-ordination were on show in Tatura as children and adults practised their circus skills on Thursday, April 5.. Mactier Gardens was full of laughter and happiness as families spent the school holidays out in the sunshine.. As part of the

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 10 2018
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Heritage Day in Merrigum a success

It was a perfect day for the 23rd Heritage Day in Merrigum, as community members enjoyed a taste of their history at the Merrigum Museum.. Guests were treated to a range of displays, including butter churning, hay baling, sleeper cutting and cricket

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 10 2018
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Moyola Aged Care Bus Fund Appeal target met

It was an exciting week for Moyola Aged Care as their Bus Fund Appeal met its target.. After beginning their journey in June last year with a donation from the Tatura Lions Club, there was cause for celebration as the club delivered the final

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Tatura Guardian
Apr 10 2018
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Zoo visit wonderful for Irena

Tatura’s Irena Crilly recently spent 12 days with her youngest daughter Sarah in Mornington and visited the Melbourne Zoo for the first time in more than 30 years.. What a wonderful time they both had and they were particularly captivated by

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Tatura PS chosen for...

Teachers from Tatura Primary School have been selected to receive expert training as part of the Primary Mathematics and Science Specialists Initiative by the Victorian Government.. Ninety-one teachers from across the state will undergo training to

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Help shape region’s...

Federal Member for Murray Damian Drum is calling for big ideas from the community that could help shape the future of the region.. The Federal Government’s $272million Regional Growth Fund is officially open for applications. It aims to

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Registrations opening...

The Tatura Community House’s annual town Monster Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, May 5.. Entering it’s sixth year, the sale brings carloads of people from across the state and across the border.. The event will showcase what the

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Focus on future

Tatura orchardists are set to benefit from a trial of ‘‘internet of things’’ initiatives aimed at launching farms into the 21st century and creating on-farm efficiencies from the middle of the year.. After $12million was

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Donation helps hall works

Thank you to the Kyabram and District Community Bank for its generous donation of $1000 for the W.A. Kuhne Hall refurbishment.. This has now boosted the fundraising efforts of the Kyabram P-12 College Parents Club, which has completed the curtain

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 20 2018
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Stories shared

Women residents of Moyola Aged Care gathered for a lovely afternoon tea to celebrate International Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8.. A group of residents enjoyed scones and tea while listening to a few guest speakers from the local

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 15 2018
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Happy to keep knocking

Since 1957, Cooma’s Linda Marke has spent the month of March, every year, volunteering for the Red Cross Calling month.. For 61 years she has jumped in her car and travelled around Cooma, knocking on the doors of strangers and asking for

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Hayden Thomson
Mar 14 2018
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Jaxon wins most...

Tatura’s Sammie Bouvac and her son Jaxon Higgins, 1, took part in the Shepparton Baby Showtime competition on Thursday, March 8.. Held at Riverside Plaza in Kialla, more than 100 children aged up to six years old competed in a range of

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Schools to benefit

Mooroopna, Toolamba and Tatura primary school students will benefit from new sporting equipment, thanks to a combined $1300 donation from Mooroopna Kiwanis Club and Sportsmans Warehouse.. Now in its fourth year, the sports awards program provides

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Sheed versus Cheryl

State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed has told The Guardian she will again run for the seat in November’s Victorian election, while Cheryl Hammer has been confirmed as the Liberal party candidate.. Ms Sheed secured the electorate in 2014

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Helping teachers

New teachers to the Goulburn Valley met for the first of many gatherings on Friday night at the Aussie Hotel in Shepparton.. The group is hoping to support teachers through a social network and professional development.. Network chairman Paul Tozer

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Tatura Rotary supports swim

The Rotary Club of Tatura was delighted to support Shepparton’s MS 24-Hour Mega Swim at Aquamoves in February.. The event started with a bang, with City of Greater Shepparton Mayor Kim O’Keeffe initiating the starting horn, where

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Skin Patrol on job at...

Goulburn-Murray Water (G-MW) is tackling skin cancer prevention head on.. The company recently brought in Skin Patrol, a mobile clinic able to provide skin checks at the workplace for staff at offices, depots and works sites across northern

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Signs reflect area’s...

Dhurringile recently welcomed two new town entry signs to reflect its history and culture.. The community, including local primary school students, came together to develop ideas and concepts to inspire the design.. The design includes an emu to

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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Buildings arrive

It was an exciting day for the staff and students of Tatura Primary School as new buildings were lowered onto the property on Friday, March 9.. The school received a temporary administration building, staffroom and toilets from Pakenham to replace

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 13 2018
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