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Cultural week

Residents across Greater Shepparton City are this week celebrating Cultural Diversity Week.. Council is hosting a number of events, which started Saturday, running until Sunday.. A launch event was held yesterday at KidsTown to mark the beginning of

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 23 2017
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Fun night

Thousands flocked to Kyabram to attend the 72nd annual Kyabram Rodeo.. More than 3000 people attended the event, which had more than 300 entrants keeping the crowd entertained well into the night.. Kyabram AH and P Society secretary Janelle McDonald

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 22 2017
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Record-breaking champions

Tatura Urban Fire Brigade members can call themselves champions after taking out their section at the 134th Urban Senior State Championships in Bendigo recently.. The team trained hard ahead of taking out the B-section title at Weeroona Oval from

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 22 2017
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Still strong after 50 years

La Trobe University celebrated 50 years of education and the Shepparton campus courtyard was the centre of local celebrations recently.. Live music, a barbecue lunch followed by a cake cutting and some words from La Trobe pro vice-chancellor

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 22 2017
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Baring it all for good...

The youngsters of Tatura are clearly not afraid to bare it all this month with teenager Timothy Runciman-Forster also taking part in this year’s World’s Greatest Shave.. The 14-year-old and his family and friends gathered at Hill Top Golf and

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 22 2017
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Prototype created

The Tatura Men’s Shed has extended its skills further afield and created a beehive prototype that can be replicated.. Member Paul Berg knocked up the prototype after he noticed there had been a resurgence in the popularity of bee keeping

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 22 2017
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Fun for young and old

There will be games and prizes galore at Sacred Heart School’s annual fete fundraiser on Friday.. Students of all ages are gearing up for the event when a carnival-like atmosphere will descend on the school grounds and they would love to see you

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 22 2017
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Dhurringile school celebrates centenary

Dhurringile residents spent the weekend looking back on the past 100 years of education in the community with Dhurringile Primary School celebrating its centenary.. ‘‘We’ve had a great weekend,’’ principal Angela Holleran said.. Ms

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Supporting White Ribbon

The Rotary Club of Tatura has continued its support of White Ribbon Australia, with president Simon Pogue speaking about its family violence awareness campaign at the recently held Rotary District Conference in Shepparton.. The appearance comes

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Aikya does us proud

‘‘Aikya! Aikya! Aikya!’’. That was the chant that could be heard by the entire Tatura Primary School on Thursday last week as student Aikya Williams lost her hair for the World’s Greatest Shave.. The 10-year-old sat bravely in front of the

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Drop-in sessions prove...

Greater Shepparton City Council chief executive Peter Harriott said roads, footpaths, trees and pedestrian crossings were among the various issues discussed last week in Tatura.. He, along with Greater Shepparton mayor Dinny Adem spent the morning

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Lyn and Janice take...

Rodney Country Women’s Association member Lyn Trezise has been elected as the Goulburn Valley West Group’s president, with fellow member Janice Barrette taking the secretary role.. Mrs Trezise said this was her first time in the role after she

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Appeal for robbery...

Hill Top Golf and Country Club employees remain ‘‘traumatised’’ after an armed robbery in Tatura last year and have not gone back to working evening shifts as a result.. ‘‘It was very scary for the two staff involved and they have been

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Hayden Thomson
Mar 21 2017
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Call for Tatura residents to dig deep for cause

This month is Red Cross Calling month and Tatura residents will be out in force to raise money for Red Cross.. The campaign brings communities together in a show of support for people in Australia and overseas who have fallen on tough times.. In big

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Hayden Thomson
Mar 21 2017
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Commitment tour

A unique national tour campaign into educational funding — I Give a Gonski — visited Tatura Primary School last week.. The Australian Education Union campaign saw a large green Gonski Bus take a national tour visiting local schools and

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Tara Whitsed
Mar 21 2017
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Personal trainer issues parma challenge

Personal trainer Tayler Hocking is used to a good workout, but every now and then he puts his body through a workout of a very different kind.. For the past year he has held the record at the Tatura Hotel for the speediest demolition of its

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 17 2017
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Your chance to meet...

Tatura residents will get their chance to meet with Greater Shepparton City Council’s chief executive and mayor this Friday by appointment.. From 9am to noon, council CEO Peter Harriott and mayor Dinny Adem will be available for 30-minute

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 17 2017
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Blue disco turns green

Kids, it’s time to get your best green top hat, ginger beard and green suit out this Friday for the Tatura Blue Light Disco.. To be held on St Patrick’s Day — March 17 — children are encouraged to dress up in all things green or come dressed

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 17 2017
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We truly reap what we...

We live in the food bowl of Victoria.. Across the Goulburn Murray dairy, horticulture and viticulture; dry-land farming operations; and agriculture-related industries, such as food processing, packaging, transport and specialist engineering trades

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Tatura Guardian
Mar 17 2017
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