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Horse-and-carriage involved in Tatura collision

Three vehicles were involved in a collision on the Midland H ...

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Horse-and-carriage involved in Tatura collision

Tatura crash causes delays

A three vehicle collision is causing delays on the Midland H ...

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Tatura crash causes delays

A month full of wine

Goulburn Valley wineries have plenty happening during Aussie ...

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A month full of wine

Fun for all at Rushworth festival

The streets of Rushworth came alive at the weekend with engi ...

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Fun for all at Rushworth festival
  • Greater Shepparton Anzac Day services

    The following Anzac Day services will take place in City of Greater Shepparton tomorrow:
  • Man charged following Cobram indecent assault

    Man charged following Cobram indecent assault ESTELLE GRIEPINK | Police have charged a Barooga man, 24, with indecent assault
  • Police to get tasers

    DARREN LINTON | Shepparton police to be armed with taser devices, Victorian Police Minister Kim Wells says.
  • Looking for perfect catch in Toolamba

    JOHN LEWIS | Nearly 200 anglers hit the water with bait and line for two days of Goulburn River fishing at the annual Toolamba Fishing Classic at the weekend.
  • Man arrested after shots allegedly fired

    Man arrested after shots allegedly fired A man has been arrested and charged following an incident in Toolamba on Saturday morning where a firearm was allegedly discharged.
  • No budget joy for GV says Scott

    Shepparton residents should not expect much from the Victorian Government in terms of infrastructure funding ahead of next month’s budget. Victorian Opposition finance spokesman Robin Scott issued the warning during a visit to Shepparton on Wednesday.
  • Stations moves churchgoers to tears

    Stations moves churchgoers to tears A ‘‘powerful’’ performance of the Stations of the Cross has moved churchgoers at St Brendan’s Catholic Church in Shepparton to tears, parish priest Father Joe Taylor said.
  • Wetlands replenished after Wunghnu blaze

    Wetlands replenished after Wunghnu blaze Water has been returned to Kinnairds and Black wetlands to help with their revitalisation after bushfire damaged them in February.
  • Tomato taxes tightened

    DARREN LINTON | Some Italian tomatoes will be slapped with import duties of up to 26 per cent for the next five years following final ministerial approval.
  • Kialla rail bridge upgrade starts

    Kialla rail bridge upgrade starts JENNA BISHOP | Some of the heavy lifting has started on the project to upgrade the railway bridge over the Broken River at Kialla.
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