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Stories celebrate women

Like a typical conversation between a woman and her best friend, mother or grandmother, Betty magazine focuses on what matters most to females.. This new gloss publication will be launched tomorrow inside The News, featuring an enticing mix of real

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Shepparton News
Apr 27 2017
Lifestyle

March for all

While some women veterans have felt uncomfortable marching on Anzac Day, a group of ex-servicewomen is stepping out to change that.. The Women Veterans Network Australia marched in four cities yesterday for the first time and they were among the

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Shepparton News
Apr 26 2017
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Museum for memorabilia collection

John Forbes has one of the most memorable collections of memorabilia.. A collection so big and so impressive it is getting its own museum so more people can share in the stories that Forbesy, as he is known, said were attached to virtually every

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Shepparton News
Apr 26 2017
News

Creative duo will enthrall

The G.R.A.I.N Store in Nathalia will feature two well-known artists at its next Making It artist talk and screening.. Sound artist Graeme Leak and Nathalia filmmaker Jacinta Scadden will speak, outlining their careers and achievements.. Mr Leak is

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Sionnie Kelly
Apr 25 2017
Lifestyle

Called to do God’s...

St Paul’s Lutheran Church pastor Matt Anker could not find happiness in a career of finance and business, so he answered a call to join the ministry.. Reverend Anker first studied economics at Monash University in Melbourne, where his then

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Declan Martin
Apr 24 2017
Lifestyle

On the bite

It was the best of times but also not so good.. We had one of the nicest Easter breaks weather-wise that I can recall for many years, but the traffic — especially Easter Monday — was the worst I have seen since the Goulburn Valley Hwy was

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Shepparton News
Apr 21 2017
Lifestyle

Tony rapt to win boat

After 20 years of buying tickets for the Merrigum Lions Club annual boat raffle, Tony Hogan was thrilled on Wednesday to finally walk away with the main prize, a Stacer 379 Proline Boat from S.H. Wallace and Co.. Mr Hogan, of Merrigum, said he was

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Declan Martin
Apr 21 2017
Lifestyle

Shelter cats need homes

Campaspe Animal Shelter has extended its offer of free cats and half-price kittens until the end of April.. Three weeks into the Cool Cats at Hot Prices campaign, the promotion has proved successful with 24 fully-vaccinated cats and kittens being

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Declan Martin
Apr 21 2017
Lifestyle

Light show

Have you ever seen a shooting star? Do you want to see a whole lot more?. During this coming week we’re in for a meteor shower named the Lyrids and it’s a perfect excuse to stay up late.. Meteor showers are caused by Earth passing through the

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Shepparton News
Apr 21 2017
Lifestyle

Join in walk for animals

The sound of paws pattering on the pavement will echo across Victoria Park Lake in Shepparton next month at the RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk.. Registrations are now open for the 18 Million Paws Walks being held across the state on Sunday, May 21

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Taylah Burrows
Apr 21 2017
Lifestyle

History on menu

Euroa historian Jeff Starkey is looking forward to holding an engaging discussion about the impact World War I had on Euroa.. Mr Starkey has been president of Euroa Historical and Genealogical Society for seven years and before that worked as

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Sionnie Kelly
Apr 21 2017
News

Green tea with shiny...

Shepparton personal trainer Shinea Sali and Spaghetti Hollow owner Karli Lyle are determined to show that when two businesses team up they can produce something wonderful.. For the past three months the pair has been busy brewing up a healthy new

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Sionnie Kelly
Apr 21 2017
News

And the winner is ......

Five designs, one winner.. Shepparton’s best-kept secret, the design of the city’s new $35million art museum to be built at the south-east corner of Victoria Park Lake, will today be revealed.. The decision on the design, and the project itself

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Thomas Moir
Apr 20 2017
Sport

Tigers in town

More than 400 district primary school students received coaching tips from Richmond Football Club players yesterday at Kialla Recreation Reserve.. The super clinic saw children learn the art of kicking, handballing and marking, before a question and

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Hayden Thomson
Apr 19 2017
Lifestyle

Video: Shepparton Villages development

A sod turning ceremony for the new $34 million Shepparton Villages development was held today. . The 120 bed aged care residential development will be constructed on part of Chas Johnson Reserve at Tarcoola. . Watch the video for an in-depth fly

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Shepparton News
Apr 19 2017
Lifestyle

Benefits for all involved

A Mooroopna therapy program which helps injured equines and people heal has received some help of its own, in its fight to secure more funding.. Run from a Mooroopna North property, Horses for Hope has spent more than a decade overseeing the art of

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Apr 19 2017
Lifestyle

Gallery: Tigers in town

More than 400 district primary school students received coaching tips from Richmond Football Club players yesterday. . The super clinic saw the children learning the art of kicking, handballing and marking. . ...<span>Richmond super

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Shepparton News
Apr 19 2017
Lifestyle

Life growing up on the...

It may be hard to believe but not even 100 years ago farming practices were reliant on horses instead of tractors.. Many who grew up in the 1930s would be well-aware of this historic quirk but for others it might not be common knowledge.. Shepparton

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Sionnie Kelly
Apr 19 2017
Lifestyle

A passion for police...

For Louise Richards, her gender has never held her back in her career, despite being part of the largely male-dominated enforcement industry.. Known for its stoic, hardened exterior, the Australian police service has not appeared as the most

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Apr 19 2017
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