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Precautions limit mosquito risk

Residents and visitors across the Goulburn Valley are being urged to protect themselves, family members and pets from mosquito bites this summer.. Moira Shire Council’s community general manager Sally Rice said when last year’s

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 14 2017
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Auction goes off with a bang

Top Pub’s Jenny and Frank Lagozino were the bigger winners of the Tatura Rotary Club’s $100 Raffle Draw, taking out the first-prize of travel voucher valued at $3000, while a second prize travel voucher valued at $500 went to last

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 13 2017
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We need to break silence around assault

The words ‘‘Me Too’’ have turned up in the Facebook feed of too many of my family and friends for me to ignore them.. Some of these I had known about.. Some I had suspected.. Others came as a shock.. Following sexual

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 13 2017
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Butcher wins award

Tatura Family Butchers’ Josh Newton has won Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE’s Outstanding Third-Year Apprentice for Meat Processing.. Mr Newton said he was proud to take out the achievement and happy to receive a new set of knives for

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declan martin
Dec 13 2017
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Plaque unveiled at...

On Sunday, November 19, Gerda Winkler, Charge d affaires from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, together with City of Greater Shepparton Mayor Kim O’Keeffe unveiled a plaque certifying the museum’s war time camps collection

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 12 2017
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Plenty come out to play

A child’s response of ‘‘I love it when the bubbles fly up in the air’’ perfectly sums up the atmosphere at the most recent Sacred Heart Playgroup session.. During the past two months an open invitation was sent to

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 12 2017
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Come and sing with us

The Tatura Lions annual Carols by Candlelight celebration promises to be festive fun for the whole family tomorrow afternoon at Mactier Memorial Park.. Carols by Candlelight and Lions Club member Rob Miller said the fun started early tomorrow with

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declan martin
Dec 12 2017
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Creative partnership brings joy

The magic of Christmas came to the Dhurringile Community Centre and Recreational Reserve thanks to a Small Town Festive Decoration Grant from Greater Shepparton City Council.. The funding has helped develop a creative partnership with the Tatur

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 12 2017
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Lifting fundraiser a success - Rhiannon Tuffield

Buff arms and rock-hard legs are not the only benefits of strength training for Goulburn Murray Waters employees Chloe Warburton and Karina Joy.. The pair started weightlifting almost two years ago as a way to improve their mental health and want to

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 12 2017
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Coaching coup High expectations for Tatura’s new duo

Tatura Soccer Club has pulled off a stunning off-season coup, announcing former Shepparton South winger Sean Grant as playing coach next season.. Grant, who audaciously made the switch from arch-rival South, was appointed on Tuesday night, while

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Adem Barolli
Dec 12 2017
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Parent help vital

Tatura Primary School’s Leisure and Recreational Pursuits program has been a great success this year thanks to the volunteering parents, grandparents and community members.. Physical education teacher Doug Miller said there were about 11

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declan martin
Dec 12 2017
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Action aplenty at...

It was all about a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere at the Tatura and Shepparton Race Club on Sunday for its annual Italian Plate Race Day.. The event attracted about 2500 guests according to racetrack manager Jon Dight.. ‘‘It has

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Tara Whitsed
Dec 12 2017
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NBN on its way

Tatura residents and businesses are expected to be able to plug into the National Broadband Network in May next year.. NBN crews will be on the ground in the coming months, checking pits and pipes, laying the fibre to the network and installing node

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declan martin
Dec 12 2017
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Students step back in time

Dhurringile Primary School travelled to Longwood Community Centre to learn from a travelling exhibition from Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance on Monday last week.. The students joined with Longwood Primary School to explore the stories

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 07 2017
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Rapt to win raffle

It had been a stressful week for Tatura’s Carol Neave when she received an exciting phone call.. After visiting her daughter in hospital, Ms Neave said she turned on her phone to discover the news that she had won second place in The Community

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Tara Whitsed
Dec 07 2017
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Brochure outlines gas gun restrictions

Now that fire restrictions are in place for the North East Fire district, the Country Fire Authority is reminding people that gas powered scare guns require a permit.. CFA operations officer Peter Bell said during the declared Fire Danger Period

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 07 2017
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Christmas in the Bush

The Rushworth Prospecting Club entertained members, visitors and guests with a Christmas-themed party in the Whroo forest.. With 40 in attendance the festive proceedings involved club-provided barbecue meats and a magnificent array of salads and

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 06 2017
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Artists in a festive...

It’s the time of year now when people are getting into the spirit of Christmas and Tatura Creative Artists are trying to help bring that out in town by decorating the windows of the Mechanics Institute Hall for December.. For the past five or

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 06 2017
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History of camps...

The Tatura and District Historical Society was delighted to host Kazuyoshi Matsunaga, the Consul General of Japan, who was very interested in the history relating to Japanese POWs and civilian internees held in camps in the area during the war in

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Tatura Guardian
Dec 06 2017
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