The rationale for building the Shepparton bypass remains unchanged almost 20 years after it was first mooted, a leading project advocate says.JARROD WHITTAKER June 6, 2014 5:02am
Beneficial: Kreskas Bros Transport governance, risk and compliance manager Peter Hill is an advocate for building the proposed Shepparton bypass to eliminate heavy traffic in the city’s centre.
Shepparton Bypass Action Group chairman Peter Johnson said the project was still driven by ‘‘a combination of good economic, good safety, good traffic management and good planning reasons’’.
Today, the focus of Greater Shepparton City Council’s Make Shepparton Greater campaign shifts towards securing funding for the bypass.
The bypass is one of five priority projects the council is seeking funding for as part of the campaign.
Arthur Dickmann Children’s Centre cook Mally Young is retiring after 27 years.
A miserable day, weather wise, didn’t stop the Tungamah boys starting off with a determined first quarter kicking seven goals to zero.
Heather Donaldson was re-elected president of Tatura Hospital Ladies Auxiliary at the annual general meeting on Thursday, which was attended by 33 people.
MORE than 100 Moama Anglican Grammar School students brought Wonderland to life in their recent school production of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.
FOOTBALL star Jake Edwards presented Rochester Secondary College Year 7 and 8 students with life-long lessons he has experienced first-hand.
Comment on hall’s impact
A chance discovery in a Nagambie park has possibly prevented a serious injury.
Berrigan Shire Council have approved a development application for six more independent living units to add to Berrigan’s Amaroo Self Care Unit block.
LIFESAVERS are not always the people wearing yellow and red standing on a beach.
Cobram’s city centre was shining brightly as the newly-developed streetscape area was officially opened last week.
Coach happy with Rams’ efforts at home.
A group of landholders who brought a civil case against Goulburn-Murray Water over the degrading of farm land through rising salinity have been told they can’t pursue the claim.
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