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Successful auction

A large crowd turned out to the Tatura Football Netball Club’s Goods and Services Auction on Saturday evening.. There were 16 big ticket items up for grabs at the event, held in the clubrooms from 7.30pm

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 22 2017
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Tilson plaque unveiled

Descendants of Tatura pioneers Charles and Mary Tilson gathered at Tatura Cemetery last week when a plaque commemorating the pair was unveiled.. About 20 fourth-generation descendants came together to celebrate the couple’s lives after they

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 22 2017
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Alternate energy focus

Alternate energy, energy audits and smarter housing designs will be the topics discussed at next month’s Practical Living Seminar hosted by Transition Tatura.. The event follows on from the successful food and art seminar in May and Transition

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 22 2017
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Animal antics

If you peeked inside Tatura Primary School on Friday last week you might have been mistaken and thought it was an Australian wildlife park.. Students dressed up as their favourite Australian animal and they took part in a grand parade at the

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Plenty on offer during...

With school holidays not too far away there will be much to do at the Tatura Library during the upcoming two-week break.. A NAIDOC Week colouring competition is running for all ages until July 16.. Come into any Goulburn Valley Library during

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Reid sentenced to five...

A man who went on a two-day crime rampage with a sawn-off shotgun across the Goulburn Valley has been sent to prison for more than five years.. Darren Reid, 26, who grew up in Shepparton, was arrested last year after he committed a string of armed

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 21 2017
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Cash flows for projects

Projects making a difference to fishing in the region have received a funding boost.. Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford was in Shepparton on Friday to announce this year’s round of successful projects to receive grants, as part of the 2016-17

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Hayden Thomson
Jun 21 2017
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Am I bored?

Recently I was reading an article by a Jim Quillinan and he was reflecting on several things that resonate with me, so I wish to take these ideas and share them with you.. He reflected on when we hear the phrase ‘‘I am

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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Bound for US

Tatura’s Anthony Lucas, 18, will soon fly to the United States, after announcing he had signed with US record label Indasoul Records earlier this year.. With the aim of recording an EP, the opportunity comes off the back of his strong showing

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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Blood challenge

Jumping on board the emergency services’ blood donation challenge, the Tatura VICSES Unit is looking for people eager to donate with its members next month.. Running from June 1 to August 31, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service National

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 20 2017
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Coles parking limited

The private car park opposite the Coles supermarket in Vaughan St, Shepparton will now be limited to three hours.. Greater Shepparton City Council said it had been contracted by the Coles supermarket to monitor and enforce time limits in the

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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In brief

Licence suspended. Murchison police intercepted a Toyota dual-cab utility on River Rd, Murchison, about 2.10pm on Saturday, June 10.. The male driver, 49, from Broadmeadows, returned a positive preliminary breath test for alcohol.. Later, he

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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Ryan calls for...

A long-serving former Greater Shepparton City Councillor has questioned the level of attention the 2017/18 draft budget pays to towns outside Shepparton.. Former Tatura-based councillor Kevin ‘‘Gunna’’ Ryan believed the past

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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Show enjoyed by all

Tatura’s Victory Hall bustled with people admiring fine art on display during the long weekend.. More than 1000 visitors attended the annual Tatura Rotary and Community Art Show, with works also for sale.. The exhibition opened on Friday with

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 20 2017
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Prison avoided

A man who caused Victoria Police more than $34000 worth of damage when he ram-raided the Tatura Police Station has avoided being sent to prison.. Brett Ivermee, 54, of Tatura, was sentenced in Shepparton Magistrates’ Court on Thursday to

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 20 2017
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Paris withdrawal ‘deplorable’

Local environmentalists have levelled criticism at the United States’ withdrawal from the 2015 Paris Climate Accord.. Tatura-based environment advocate Terry Court described the withdrawal announced recently as a ‘‘deplorable

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 16 2017
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Luke farewelled

Tatura Sacred Heart Primary School farewelled Men’s Shed program volunteer Luke McNamara recently after he took on a new role at Goulburn Murray Water.. Sacred Heart wellbeing officer Kate Dainton said Luke volunteered his time each week and

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Tatura Guardian
Jun 16 2017
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Students learn...

Tatura Sacred Heart Primary School students collected more than 350 items, which will be donated to the St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal.. Sacred Heart School deputy principal Matt Cameron said students had heard the call to never see a need without

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 16 2017
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Men’s Sheds...

An event celebrating the good work and camaraderie of Greater Shepparton City’s Men’s Sheds was held last week in Tatura.. Greater Shepparton City Council community liaison officer Heather East said she and a small organising committee

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 15 2017
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