‘Drummy has the job ahead of him’
Congratulations to Damian Drum with his anticipated whopping primary electoral victory on Saturday — clearly the people’s choice.
Tatura’s Coffee+ was awash with blue on Friday, coming together to make a stand against bullying for the inaugural Do it for Dolly Day.
Full of excitement and energy for 2019, Tatura Men’s Shed has a new project under way.
A shed filled with the sound of friendly chatter, the buzz of power tools and the smell of delicious food is the perfect place to meet new friends and learn new skills.
The Nationals’ Damian Drum has reacted angrily to Federal Labor’s Murray-Darling Basin Plan policy, codified last week in a seven-page document released by the Opposition water spokesperson Tony Burke.
Work on the Bridge Rd Timber Bridge in Toolamba is now set to begin on June11.
Tatura came alive on Saturday as visitors flocked to the town to for the annual Monster Garage Sale.
Students from Sacred Heart School laced up their runners for their annual cross country event held at Cussen Park last week.
More than 50 vehicle number plates were secured in Tatura on Saturday as part of another successful Operation Safe Plate day.
Greater Shepparton City Council is extending an invitation to the community to submit any comments in response to the Toolamba Townships Growth Plan.
New data shows ambulance response times are continuing to improve in Greater Shepparton, with arrivals 14 seconds faster than this time last year.
After a lacklustre start to Merrigum’s club championships last week, they came alive this week with some great scores returned. There were a couple of shortened holes due to the much needed and appreciated rain late last week leaving a couple of lakes on low lying areas of the course. Normally the heavier conditions see scores increase but the opposite seems to have been the case this week. A few players who did not live up to expectations in the first round well and truly threw their hats back into the ring, none more so than James Campbell who had a sensational round of 77-12-65 to win A grade. Jimmy has been one of the main chances for a few years now but if he had a less than average first round it was off to the footy and he wasn’t seen again until the season was over. A bit of persistence this year seems to have paid dividends and he must now be a chance to win the men’s club championship title. In B Grade Tony Borrelli put together another solid round of 88-20-68 to win and he must be up among the leaders in that grade after featuring in the ball competition last week. The ladies championships also continued on Saturday and Tash Doherty was again the winner with 86-14-72. She looks to be invincible for the ladies club champion title. Ball competition winners were all from A grade this week and they all staked a claim to the club champion title with great rounds, Ash Sanders 79/66, Bruce Brown 82/70 and Bill Johnson 84/71 on a countback from Clint Prygoda and Bernie McGrath. Nearest the pins were won by Simon Doherty on the sixth, Bill Johnson on the ninth and Bruce Brown on the jackpot twelfth. The inaugural chook shed challenge was held on Saturday and this was won by James Campbell with 11 stableford points on the four holes that either start or finish adjacent to the chook shed, the second, third, eighth and sixteenth.
Goulburn Valley Health will continue to provide maternity services for women with private health insurance under the same model in place at the hospital.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
THE Echuca mother charged over her daughter’s death in 2008 has walked free from court. Tania Walker, 35, charged with child homicide of 23-month-old Angela Bannister, appeared in Bendigo Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application which...
The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.