Tatura Hot Bread’s sausage rolls named country’s best
The crumbly thick pastry and hearty beef filling is what helps Tatura Hot Bread not only produce a delicious sausage roll but one now named the best in the country.
Exciting times at the historic Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum, with the official opening of the new gallery this Sunday.
Roadworks on Ferguson Rd, between Tatura and Mooroopna, start tomorrow.Greater Shepparton City Council advised motorists to expect delays when travelling between 7 am to 7 pm from tomorrow, with works expected to be completed by mid-October, and encouraged drivers to seek an alternative route when possible.Acting director infrastructure Craig Exton said the road was brought to council’s attention following a recent road condition survey.‘‘As part of council’s road condition assessment, Ferguson Rd was identified as requiring bitumen resurfacing and remediation works,’’ he said.‘‘The works will consist of stabilisation repairs along Ferguson Rd, prior to resurfacing later this year, and asphalt intersection upgrades at the Downer Rd and Turnbull Rd intersections.’’Council asked drivers to obey all work-site and advisory signage and be aware of detours.For information, go to www.greatershepparton.com.au
On Sunday, August 25 Eydie, Tori, Isabella, Elliana and Annaliese from Sacred Heart School participated in the Country Women’s Association 2019 Creative Arts Exhibition.
Sacred Heart School celebrated Book Week with a range of activities throughout the week and finished with the annual dress-up parade.
IN THE wake of Nestle Tongala’s announcement to shut up shop in the next 18 months, locals are hoping for a lifeline to keep the town’s economy moving along. In such a tight-knit community, locals have voiced concerns as they stand to lose the...
Victorian Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed has shared her disappointment of the three recent solar farm approvals for Lemnos, Tatura East and Tallygaroopna. The approved permits for the three planned solar farms were announced on Friday by Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne, despite new guidelines not yet being in place. Ms Sheed said many in the community were ‘‘devastated’’ by the decision.
A day of inspirational films, conversation and ideas on climate change is promised at Tatura’s Power of Youth festival next week.
Road safety representatives will be in Tatura next week for another community safety meeting.
On Wednesday, August 14, foundation students from Tatura Primary School celebrated 100 days of school. Children enjoyed dressing up as 100-year-old people and participating in fun activities. We saw some lovely wigs, glasses, walking sticks, woollen jumpers, long skirts, beads, trousers and hats. The day started off with a parade and parents/carers enjoyed watching happy faces as students and teachers showed off their creative costumes. Students then rotated throughout the day to decorate a ‘100 Days Smarter’ headband, create an old-person collage using modelling clay and participate in play-based activities relating to the number 100. Foundation students enjoyed eating delicious cakes to mark the occasion. A special mention and thank you to Tracy Fitzpatrick for making an amazing 100 Days cake and to Simone Dunne for supplying scrumptious theme-based cupcakes. A big thank you to our foundation families for the effort they put in to organising costumes. It was a terrific day enjoyed by all.
The Tatura community has welcomed its youngest community leaders this week, with the establishment of a Joey Scouts group.
The All Saints Anglican Church in Tatura put the wheels in motion for a new tradition at the weekend with the town’s first Blessing of the Bikes service.
Following an informative talk at the Rotary Club of Tatura on Wednesday night by Tatura Primary School Principal Susanne Gill, the club members were invited to look over the new school.
Police have confirmed a Tatura East property destroyed by fire last Thursday belonged to convicted man Angelo Pat Russo. Russo was sentenced to five years imprisonment for the shooting manslaughter of David Calandro at the same property on February 18, 2017. Shepparton CIU Detective Senior Constable Paul Van Emmerik said the Victoria Police Arson Squad investigations have concluded on site and that the fire continues to be treated as suspicious. Sen Const Van Emmerik said the property had been unoccupied since Russo’s arrest. ’The cause of the fire is undetermined at this stage,‘ Sen Const Van Emmerik said. Sen Const Van Emmerik said Russo had been made aware of the incident and that it is understood he would be released from jail in the near future. ’We’ll be continuing to speak with witnesses and neighbouring farms in the area,‘ he said.
We join with the people of Tatura in lamenting the loss of its FoodWorks supermarket.
A man was located with life-threatening injuries on the Murray Valley Highway in Cohuna. It is believed the incident happened about 6am but the man was unable to be revived and died at the scene. More to come
Homicide Squad detectives have charged an Echuca man with murder following the death of another man in Daltons Bridge near Cohuna yesterday. A 29-year-old Daltons Bridge man was located with life threatening injuries at an address on Easton Rd...
Emergency services are responding to a major collision on the Goulburn Valley Hwy near Gillespies Rd. The highway is closed in both directions and is under Victoria Police control. It will re-open when it is safe to do so. Drivers have been asked to...