Take a look at the videos that have featured on the Shepparton News website this month.November 2, 2012 2:52pm
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Riverside Ramblers - November 29
The Riverside Ramblers presented a musical journey through the era of art deco, flappers, Charleston, fabulous automobiles and Dixieland jazz in Tatura.
Vaughan St truck incident - November 29
A truck driver could be fined for causing roads in Shepparton’s central business district to be closed after damaging his truck’s petrol tank and blocking a roundabout.
Numurkah factory fire - November 27
Thick smoke engulfed the Riverland Oilseeds plant yesterday after a fire broke out at the Riverland Oilseeds plant. Emergency services contained the blaze after several hours.
Tangle at SPC Ardmona KidsTown - November 25
A giant structure made from 132-kilometres of brightly coloured elastic woven around seven-metre poles is on show at KidsTown in Shepparton. Add music, excited children, creative movement and lots of chaotic fun and you have Polyglot Theatre's Tangle.
Australian Carriage Driving Championships - November 25
The Australian Carriage Driving Championships were held in Longwood on the weekend.
Springnats - November 24
Thousands of people gathered for the 20th annual Springnats in Shepparton.
Gliding Club of Victoria - November 24
The Gliding Club of Victoria celebrated 60 years of being based at Benalla on Saturday.
Orrvale fire - November 23
Firefighters said a weatherboard home and neighbouring primary school could have been at risk when fire broke out in Orrvale on November 23.
St Luke's Catholic Primary School Science Day - November 23
Year 2 and 3 St Luke's Catholic Primary School students had the chance to experiment with science for their end-of-term day.
Cobram gas leak - November 23
CFA, Police and Ambulance responded to a gas leak near the Cobram Hospital after workman struck a pipe. Staff and patients were evacuated from the Cobram Hospital Clinic.
New yabby restrictions - November 22
Victorian Agriculture and Food Security Minister Peter Walsh announces new recreational catch rules for yabbies.
Benalla seige - November 22
Members of Victoria Police's Critical Incident Response Team were called to Benalla yesterday to end a six-hour siege at an Albert St house. The lone occupant of the house, who had a medical condition, was "peacefully arrested", Benalla Police said.
Tamleugh North fire - November 22
Firefighters yesterday spent time battling two grass fires that broke out within an hour of each other — one at Tamleugh North and one at Kialla.
Goulburn Valley Academy of Ballet - November 21
Students from the Goulburn Valley Academy of Ballet rehearse for their annual concert of The Nutcracker.
Violet Town Truck Meeting - November 21
The Minister for Roads, Terry Mulder and Member for Benalla Bill Sykes attended a meeting on Wednesday in Violet Town with truck drivers to hear first hand their views about risk factors following a number of truck incidents on the Hume Freeway this year.
Hall of Fame - November 21
The late Thomas Jack "Jock" Spencer, a legendary local footballer, became one of four new Kangaroos Hall of Fame members.
Grassfire on Verney Rd - November 20
Country Fire Authority members controlled a grassfire within 20 minutes at the Broadcast Australia site north of Shepparton yesterday , preventing it reaching nearby grassland.
Pine Lodge fatal - November 20
A man has after his car collided with a truck on Midland Hwy at Pine Lodge.
Vanessa Robinson - November 17
Vanessa Robinson talks about her boys, Chase and Tyler, who were only 8 and 6 years old when they became victims to the Silent Killer in 2010. Chase and Tyler died due to a faulty gas heater in rental property while they were sleeping.
St Mary's Primary School CD - November 16
Vintage machinery - November 15
Yorta Yorta language - November 15
A local Indigenous language program is helping the region’s Yorta Yorta people to reconnect with their culture and history.
Plovers - November 15
A pair of plovers picked a strategic spot on a private roadsite to lay their eggs this spring.
Notre Dame College production - November 15
Notre Dame College students performed High School Musical Jr. as their production this year.
Solar Eclipse - November 14
McGuire College used a $10,000 telescope on loan from Melbourne University to view the solar eclipse over Shepparton.
Bourchier St chickens - November 13
A Dookie resident kindly donated new chickens to Bourchier St Primary School after the school's chooks were killed earlier this month.
Victorian Open Bowls - November 11
More than 1400 bowlers flocked to Shepparton for the Victorian Open Bowls.
St Paul's Lutheran Church Choir - November 11
St Paul's Lutheran Church choir practising ahead of the annual Keith Murdoch Oration at the State Library of Victoria on November 14/
Live at the Park - November 10
Jeffrey's Cabbage was one of the bands to perform at Word and Mouth's Live at the Park concert at the Queens Gardens.
Remembrance Day at St Luke's Catholic School - November 10
St Luke's Catholic School Year 5 student Abby Falk won this year's Shrine of Remembrance poster competition.
Greater Shepparton Summer Film Festival - November 9
E.T. was in town for the day to promote the Summer Film Festival at Victoria Park Lake on November 17.
Bourchier St chickens - November 9
Chickens at Bourchier St Primary School Shepparton were killed this week.
Heinze Music Project - November 7
Hundreds of Goulburn Valley primary school students showcased their musical talents yesterday by taking part in the Heinze Music Project at Shepparton's Eastbank Centre.
Echuca Races - November 6
Echuca Racing Club was the place to be yesterday, as thousands turned out dressed in their finest racewear for a day of fun and fashion.
Music: Count Us In - November 6
More than half a million people were singing along to Shepparton High School student Jorja Bromley's tune last week, when a song she co-wrote was performed across Australia for Music Count Us In.
Boom Sheppada! - November 3
Visitors to the inaugural Boom Sheppada! event on Saturday were treated to a show including performances by about 11 young people.
Truck fires - November 3
Police are investigating a suspicious fire that destroyed two truck trailers, stacked with toilet paper, in Shepparton on Saturday, November 3.
Toolamba Primary School reopens - November 2
Toolamba Primary School officially reopened last week and principal Heather Kennedy spoke about three years of hard work.
James Carter, Euroa Town Crier - November 2
Strathbogie town crier James Carter will be in full voice this weekend promoting the Euroa Wool Week street festival
Car into Louis the dog - November 1
The big blue dog sculpture, known as Louis, was destroyed this afternoon after a car ran into him.
Elements of the vision for revitalising the Shepparton central business district are falling into place.
The Tungamah Football Netball Club has completed a fairytale season to clinch the Picola and District Football Netball League South East Premiership with an emphatic 106 point win over the Katamatite Tigers at Tungamah.
Billed as ‘Fabulous Flowers and Fine Food’, Tatura’s Anglican Church Parish had a successful fundraiser on Thursday, September 4.
Member for Swan Hill Peter Walsh will announce upgrades to Bendigo to Echuca rail line, as well as a further upgrade to the Deniliquin line for rice freight, during celebrations at Echuca Railway station tomorrow.
David and Katrina Christie’s Nanneella dairy farm is now home to one of the biggest sheds in the district, a 160m by 37m monster.
Don’t write Ky off yet, says coach ahead of preliminary final
Seymour event packs out St Mary's College on Saturday night.
People travelled from all around the region to attend an open day at the Berrigan Rural Fire Service on Saturday.
Mia Mia Cricket Club is about to field its first cricket team since 2001
Cobram Mens Shed chips away at the issue of mental health but calls for more space.
Breakout seasons from Deni Rovers Jamie Thorpe and Nick Hay have seen the pair rewarded with respective best and fairest titles.
Now the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is enshrined in law, many opponents of the controversial plan to return irrigation water to the environment appear to have lost interest.
More than 320 000 foxes and 1500 wild dogs had been eradicated under the bounty scheme in the past three years.
- Motorcycle ride raises money for cancer charity
- Leukaemia patients come together to support Light the Night Benalla
- Permit sought for a clay target shooting range at a disused quarry at Baddaginnie
- Acclaimed pastry chef returns to Benalla
- Benalla resident on journey to help others with mental illness
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