Letter to the editor
Questions over Labor backing
Order from the Tatura canteen on game day and you will most likely be served by a four-time Wellman medallist.
Years 5 and 6 students from Mooroopna Park Primary School visited Waratah Lodge in Mooroopna yesterday as part of the Greater Shepparton Community Leadership Program.
University of Melbourne medical students attended a special lesson yesterday to increase their knowledge of prostate cancer.
Last week, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced plans to ensure all primary schools in the country would teach the Maori language by 2025.
Few regions in the country are more economically vulnerable to the current fruit contamination scare than Shepparton.
Buoyed by the success of other neighbouring independents, a local mayor has decided to throw his hat in the ring to contest the seat of Euroa at November’s Victorian state election.
Kyabram’s only sides to win three successive Goulburn Valley League premierships – a feat the Bombers are trying to equal this Sunday – did it the hard way.
Multiculturalism in the Goulburn Valley received positive acknowledgment at Victoria’s Multicultural Awards For Excellence on Wednesday, September 12.
As the Goulburn Valley League season is about to wrap up, there will be a few boys looking for an off-season earner — and I’ve got just the thing in mind.
The Midland Hwy between Mooroopna and west of Stanhope is a road I have been travelling at least three times a week since 1967.
The deaths of two people at a music festival in NSW at the weekend has once again thrust the pill-testing debate back on the agenda.
The case of a Shepparton migrant worker facing deportation is noteworthy on two levels.
Long-term sustainability of Goulburn Murray communities remained at the heart of a workshop held this week, aimed at tackling a neutrality test to help further Murray-Darling Basin Plan advocacy.
All the excitement about the Goulburn Valley League surrounds Sunday’s grand final day spectacular.
Water authorities have been contacted regarding the damage to banks and habitat along the Goulburn River from high summer flows.
Concerns about rates notices local councils handed out to residents are anything but unique.