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Our parks are up for debate The activities that are currently available to users of Victoria’s national parks are up for debate following a twoyear investigation from the Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC) into public land. In a detailed report, VEAC has carried out a careful investigation of cultural and natural values, recreational activities and resource use on public land in central west Victoria. Continued on page 18

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A Shepparton icon saved from closing its doors By Danielle Cox IF you’ve lived in Shepparton or frequented the area over the last 20 years, you will have become quite familiar with the huge, red letters for Dimmey’s on High Street. From clothing and homewares, to rugs and giftware, Dimmey’s has been a one-stop-shop for affordable products in Shepparton

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CR EAT I V I T Y has helped facilitate a sense of community amongst the ladies at Shepparton’s Lifestyle Communities, who have been hard at work painting and crafting in preparation of a selection of their pieces exhibiting in Melbourne this month. The group of about 20 meets up weekly to paint, relax and enjoy each other’s company. There’s a sense of camaraderie in the painting space with constant words of encouragement and fresh ideas bounced around the spritely group. A few members of the group are seasoned painters but most are just excited to be trying something new. Recently, the group have been hard at work creating pieces to be judged for the inaugural Simpson Arts Prize in Melbourne. The only requirement for the competition was that their painting pertained to facets of life at Lifestyle Communities. So off they went; painting, sketching, cartooning, crafting, sewing and creating various artworks reflective of life out at the community. Some chose to depict a particular scene at Lifestyle, such as Margaret Lake’s gorgeous watercolour painting ‘Autumn.’ The piece, which depicts the archway near the Community Hub draped in the stunning colours of autumn leaves, is one of eight winning artworks to be taken to Melbourne.

CREATIVE CREW… From left, Lifestyle Communities artists and residents, Lorraine Twomey, Cathy van den Hurk, Marcia Grieg, Margaret Lake and Helen McKenzie in their painting studio. Photo: Ash Beks.

The overall winning piece from the local exhibitions is a collaborative cartoon between several members of community art group featuring dozens of images showcasing the different leisure and activities available at Lifestyle: croquet, tennis, line dancing, billiards, happy hour cocktails, Zumba, swimming… the list goes on! Art group coordinator and Lifestyle Communities resident, Marcia Grieg said creativity helps facilitate a sense of freedom amongst participants. “Many of these ladies have never painted before and it’s nice for them to step out of their comfort zone and be involved in something social and creative,” she said. “We all have fun together participating as a group and contributing back to the community. We are also hard at work creating pieces that will be going in the forthcoming Shepparton Agricultural Show.” The eight pieces of art from Lifestyle Communities are going in the draw to win a top prize of $1000, to be judged by a panel that includes Channel Nine weather

WINNING PIECE… This collaborative cartoon depicts the various activities and leisure available at Lifestyle Communities and was voted the winning piece by residents. Photo: Ash Beks.

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Grants available to help improve rural roads TRAGICALLY, country people die on country roads. Recently, road safety experts and local government and community leaders have been looking at the reasons behind the disproportionate number of deaths on country roads. To try and help lower this startling statistic, the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) will give more than $339,000 to 15 community projects focussed on making Victoria’s roads safer. The grants program provides funding to projects developed and implemented by not-for-profit community groups and local councils across Australia. TAC road safety lead director, Samantha Cockfield said working with local community groups is crucial to making Victoria’s roads safer. “This grants program works with local community groups to empower them to proactively address road safety concerns in their area,” Ms Cockfield said.

“Road safety is a shared responsibility and local community groups play a pivotal role in identifying areas that require improvement. Communities often have particular road safety needs and local community groups are well placed to identify these specific problems and to implement solutions.” Community groups and local councils with projects that aim to improve road safety for local residents can apply for grants of up to $30,000 for projects aimed at addressing specific issues in their local area. The grants program is part of the TAC’s Towards Zero Action Plan, which aims to reach zero deaths and serious injuries on Victoria’s roads. Information on the grant program, including guidelines and how to apply for future rounds can be found at www.tac.vic.gov. au/about-the-tac/grants/community-road-sfatey-grants

Cadets taking to the sky IF your child has been dreaming of flying a plane or even building aircrafts but thought it was too difficult, now is the perfect time to make their dream come true. With the Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC) 419 Squadron based right here in Shepparton, it gives local kids the opportunity to take to the skies, and provides training and pathways into aviation and the Air Force. T h e A A F C i s a yo u t h o r i e nt e d organisation that is administered and actively supported by the Royal Australian Air Force. The AAFC will teach valuable life skills and will help develop qualities such as leadership, confidence, teamwork and communication. Some activities undertaken by the AAFC include flying, fieldcraft, adventure training, firearms safety training, drill and ceremonial, ser vice k nowledge, aeromodelling, navigation and gliding. Next year will see the inclusion of drones and the

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program as well. Cadent sergeant, Chloe Schwarz has already been up in the air and flown solo at 17 years of age and with only 10 hours of flight training needed. “I was able to get a scholarship through the Air Force which allowed me to fly.” Chloe said. “As a cadet, I’ve been able to also visit Air Force bases across the state and I’m hoping to pursue a career in aviation.” Leading cadet, Gus Thiel has wanted to join the AAFC for most of his life. “It gives me a pathway into the Air Force without having to go and study elsewhere.” The AAFC 419 Squadron will open the gates this Friday, August 30 from 6:30pm until 8:30pm at the Somme Barracks, 110 Sobraon Street, Shepparton for an information night. Both parents and kids aged 12 to 15 interested in becoming a cadet

FLYING HIGH… Cadet sergeant Chloe Schwarz and leading cadet Gus Thiel training on the flight simulator at the Somme Barracks in Shepparton. Photo: Danielle Cox

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WEEK eleven nominations for the 2019 White King – Pental 95.3 Triple M Business Awards have been received and six businesses have been named as being outstanding in their nominated category. Noni B Sheppar ton has been nominated for the Business Award – Re t a i l c ategor y; G V Ve t s’ ve t nu rse t ra i nee , Taylor Pa rker has been nominated for the Apprentice/ Trainee of the Year category; Place Accommodation owners, Luis Casanova and Carrie Donaldson have been nominated under the Entrepreneur of the Year category; Moretto Building has been nominated for the GV Healthy Workplace category; JL Productions owner, Jamie Lea has been nominated Sponsored by under the Entrepreneur of the Year category; and Shepparton Arts Festival has been nominated under the Visitor Experience of the Year – Attractions and Festivals category. All nominees will have the opportunity to attend the Gala Dinner and Awards Evening, with nominations for the business awards closing on Friday, September 13.

The community will have until this time to nominate the region’s businesses under 13 categories, which include GV Healthy Workplace, Young Professional Under 30 Years, Visitor Experience of the Year (which incorporates three sub-categories – Tourism Hospitality, Accom modat ion a nd At t rac t ions and Festivals), Customer S er vice Award (which incorporates three subcategories – Professional Services, Retail Services and Trade Services), B e s t N e w B u si n e s s U nd e r Two Years, Best Marketing /Advertising Campaign, Entrepreneur of the Year, Apprenticeship/Trainee of the Year, the Business Award (which incorporates three sub-categories – Professional in Shepparton Service of the Year, Trade Service of the Year and Retailer of the Year), and of course, the illustrious Hall of Fame Award. All businesses within the Greater Shepparton City Council boundary are eligible to be nominated for an award with each category’s individual set of criteria available on the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry website.

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CHOOSING TAP… St Anne’s College foundation students, Gianluca Steri, Luke Nolan, Luca Adornato and Millie Studd enjoying the benefits of tap water over sugary drinks. Photo: Katelyn Morse.

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KIALLA’S St Anne’s College has become the first secondary school in the region to sign on to Goulburn Valley Water’s Water Only program, committing to choose tap water as their drink of choice during school hours. The school celebrated becoming Water Only with a special education session last Thursday, August 15, hosted by Goulburn Valley Water, with different activities and games highlighting the importance of water for our bodies and choosing water over sugary drinks. St Anne’s College principal, Dom Poppa said becoming a Water Only school was an easy decision that had overwhelming support from parents as well. “It’s really about getting the kids into good

habits while they’re young, and teaching them about the benefits of water and staying hydrated.” “These kids are the future, so if we start teaching them these small but important habits now, they’ll be able to carry this into their adult lives and onto their children as well.” The activities ranged from learning how much sugar is in popular drinks, the cost of water and even discussions about the environment. Goulburn Valley Water has implemented their Water Only program in 68 primary schools around the region, covering kindergartens and workplaces as well.

Have your say on Shepparton’s heritage Greater Shepparton is lucky to be surrounded by a wide variety of cultural heritage sites of local, regional and state significance, owing to our richly layered history, which dates back over 40,000 years. Today, these heritage places exist within a dynamic and evolving context of our past, connecting the community and telling the story of our municipality. To ensure the remaining heritage of our region is protected, Greater Shepparton City Council is calling for feedback on the draft 2019 Greater Shepparton Heritage Strategy. Council will be accepting feedback on the plan until Monday, August 26, 2019. Greater Shepparton Cit y Council Mayor, Cr Kim O’Keeffe said, “The draft

Keeping our rivers healthy Flows in the Goulburn River have reduced to around 1000ML/day now that the winter environmental flow has finished. The winter environmental flow was important as it deposited seed and sediment on the banks. During spring these seeds will spread and grow, helping stabilise the banks and providing valuable food and shelter for fish, water bugs and other wildlife. Subject to availability, planning is under way to deliver more water for the environment in late September to help this process. In the meantime, river levels will continue to fluctuate due to inflows and run-off from tributaries, such as Seven Creeks, after rain. Benefits of water for the environment: Prompt native fish to move and breed

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Greater Shepparton Heritage Strategy seeks to coordinate activities on heritagerelated matters during the next four years, with the aim of addressing the challenges of conserving and integrating significant reminders of our heritage for the benefit of current and future generations. “It will provide direction for the ongoing work that is required to protect and manage our heritage places, cultural landscapes, and associated objects across the City of Greater Shepparton.” For more information on the heritage survey, contact council’s building and planning department on 5832 9730 or visit www.bit.ly/2THTaka

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Demystifying the NDIS THE rollout and introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in July 2016 has been an exciting development for many. The new scheme gives people a lot more choice and control over supports they receive and bringing them a step closer to living the life they want. However, due to the fact that the new scheme is designed to meet so many diverse needs, it’s pretty complicated and sometimes difficult to understand. To help understand the ins and outs of the scheme, a series of free information sessions look set to demystify the NDIS will take place in Shepparton for people with disability and their families. The day will feature three sessions – preparing for the NDIS, bringing your NDIS plan to life and a Q&A panel. There are no costs involved to attend the session, although people are encouraged to register online to avoid d isappoi nt ment. T he event will take place at Riverlinks Eastbank, 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton on Tuesday, August 27. To register for the event, visit www. planpartners.com.au/your-way-ndisinfo-session-shepparton

A GENEROUS DONATION… Shepparton Foodshare operations coordinator, Bec Nicoll, Lutfiyes Shish Kebab owner, Azem Elmaz, Kiwanis Club of Mooroopna president, Tony Nappa, The Salvation Army youth services manager North East Victoria, Graeme Parish, and Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor, Cr Kim O’Keeffe doing their part in the fight to stop homelessness in Shepparton. Photo: Katelyn Morse

A big help towards Shepparton’s homelessness crisis OVER recent months, the community in Shepparton has been doing their part in the fight against homelessness within our town. Leading the way is none other than Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor, Cr Kim O’Keeffe and Lutfiyes Shish Kebab owner, Azem Elmaz, who have both gone out of their way in campaigning an important cause to put an end to homelessness in Shepparton. When brought to Kiwanis Mooroopna president, Tony Nappa’s attention, the club immediately wanted to help. Last Wednesday, on behalf of the club, Tony presented a giant $1000 cheque to Cr Kim O’Keeffe and Azem Elmaz to help their cause. Tony said, “When we heard about this cause, our first thought was ‘what can we do to help?’” “We are always doing what we can to help the kids and this is no different. There are families and kids out there that don’t have

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Shepparton sixth cheapest regional town for fuel Contrary to popular opinion, recent research from RACV reveals that regional petrol prices are always dearer than in the city, with Shepparton the sixth cheapest regional town to refuel. The research investigated the average petrol prices across Melbourne and regional Victoria in 2018/19, pinpointing some of the cheapest and most expensive suburbs and towns across the state. Of the 27 regional towns surveyed, nine were cheaper than Melbourne’s average price of $1.413 per litre of unleaded fuel over the last financial year. With an average cost of $1.394 per litre, Shepparton has placed sixth overall in terms of average pricing. The cheapest regional town surveyed in Victoria was Benalla, with an average cost of $1.317 per litre. RACV vehicle engineering manager, Michael Case said competitive local pricing helps keep the average price for fuel down. “In one word its competition: in two words, it’s local competition,” Mr Case said. “In highly competitive rural areas, when one petrol retailer cuts their prices, other local competitors follow.” However, Mr Case said it’s not always safe to assume country towns are cheaper than metropolitan areas. The most expensive places to buy petrol in RACV’s 2018/19 survey were Ararat ($1.509 per litre), Kyabram ($1.489) and Yarrawonga ($1.48).

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Showcasing slow art ceramics IN VESTIGATING the resurgence of the handmade and the ethics of slowness in an age of mass production, the ceramics designed by Melbourne-based artist Zhu Ohmu explores entanglements of human and non-human ecologies. Her brilliant, coiled pieces are currently on display at Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) for its Showcase #23, from August 14 to November 6, 2019. Originally from New Zealand, Zhu Ohmu graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts in Auckland with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in 2012 and now works in Melbourne. The initial concept for her pieces was a response to the

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A skin check that could save your life AUSTRALIANS love to spend time outdoors. If the sun is out, you’ll find most of us outside soaking up some rays or enjoying its warmth, however we’re not always sun smart. So it’s no surprise that Australia has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world. According to the Melanoma Institute Australia, one Australian dies from melanoma every five hours. Melanoma grows rapidly and is one of the most dangerous forms of skin cancer. It can also be difficult to detect with the naked eye. But when detected early, can be effectively treated. To help protect yourself from the threat of melanoma, a Full Body Molemap – which is designed to monitor changes over time – might

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THERE are a lot of talented locals throughout the region who are hard at work constantly creating little pieces of craft and art. In an effort to celebrate local craftspeople, the Goulburn Valley West group of the Country Women’s A sso ciat ion (C WA) i n Tat u ra are holding a local creative arts exhibition this Sunday in Tatura. The Goulburn Valley West group is comprised of seven branches and members of all these branches hold an annual creative arts exhibition. There will be lots of lovely arts and crafts, floral displays, baking and preserves and a spinning wheel demonstration. Junior members of the CWA Rodney branch will also be decorating and selling cupcakes on the day. Everyone is welcome, admission is $5.00 and children attend free. There will be raffles all day and a trading table selling a variety of goods. The 2019 Goulburn Valley West Creative Arts Exhibition will be taking place this Sunday, August 25 from 10:30am to 4:00pm at Victory Hall, 75 Hogan Street, Tatura.

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A taste for the great outdoors IF you love the great outdoors, camping, fishing, or taking your 4x4 through rough-terrain, then this is something you don’t want to miss! The Great Outdoor Expo is coming to Shepparton and will have something for everyone to see and enjoy! Kicking off on Friday, August 30, the three-day event will showcase everything from the latest in caravans, motorhomes, campervans and camper trailers, 4WD’s and 4x4 accessories, even party boats and an extensive range of fishing gear, demonstrations and activities for the whole family. This year’s Expo will also include camping gear, holiday and adventure destinations, and a unique range of outdoor furniture. There are bargains galore available at The Shepparton Great Outdoor and 4x4 Expo, with many exhibitors offering show specials. There are also some fantastic door prizes to be won just by attending the Expo.

With no AFL to watch, and the Sunday being Father’s Day, what better weekend to get out and see all that the Expo has to offer. You could get even get your dad a late gift, or better yet, bring him along and get him to pick out something himself! The Great Outdoor Expo runs from August 30 to September 1 at the Shepparton Showgrounds, 11am to 5pm on Friday, 10am to 5pm on Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for concessions, with kids under 16 in for free and Eftpos available for entry. Don’t forget, we’re also giving away some double passes! For your chance to win, place your name and phone number into an envelope and drop it off to our office at 219-225 Wyndham Street, Shepparton (across from the Queens Gardens). Entries must be in by 3pm on Monday, August 26, and winners will be contacted shortly after.

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‘Fix the Basin Plan’ rally expected to be largest in the region’s history REGIONAL communities across northern Victoria and southern New South Wales are preparing for what’s expected to be the biggest ever protest rally the region has ever seen. Farming groups and effected communities have combined to organise a rally that will see record numbers converge in Tocumwal to protest what they believe is a failing MurrayDarling Basin Plan. The ‘Fix the Basin Plan’ community rally will take place on the Tocumwal foreshore in the coming weeks, on a date that is to be finalised depending on the availability of keynote speakers. Rally co-organiser, Darcy Hare said, “Politicians are not listening to the devastating negative impacts that the Basin Plan is having on the social, economic and environmental fabric of our communities, despite promises they would all be protected.” Mr Hare said that the Minister for Water Resources, David Littleproud and the Minister for Environment, Sussan Ley, as well as numerous other government ministers, have been invited to the rally.

Fellow organiser, Jan Beer, echoed Mr Hare’s concerns, saying that our Federal Government is not hearing the negative effects of the Basin Plan and its impacts on rural communities. “We can have an effective, workable plan that looks after the environment as well as our communities; but we can’t have it until Mr Littleproud admits there have been massive mistakes, and commits to fixing them. “There are now only two choices: fix it, or Victoria and New South Wales must walk away from this disaster to protect their citizens and their rural communities. “I’m calling on people across the Murray and Murrumbidgee Valleys in New South Wales, from the Goulburn Valley and northern Victoria, to join us in Tocumwal,” Mrs Beer said. “Let’s send a clear message to Mr Littleproud and his government that ‘fix it’ is their only option.” Once the date and location for the rally are finalised, The Adviser will be sure to let you know.

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including first home buyers, renovators, builders, landscapers and garden lovers. Rich River Brick & Tile/Sand & Soil is an exclusive distributor of PGH bricks and depot for Boral Cement bagged products. The business is an agent of National Masonry Blocks, Bricks and Pavers and is also a stockist of Boral Roof Tiles and Boral Wet Cast Pavers. The business currently operates with one owner-operator working full time and has done so for the last 32 years. A fresh, new market approach would inject new life into the business and potentially attract new clientele. For more information or for expressions of interest, contact NA I Harcou r ts Rinnovate on 5831 1499 or visit the office at 196 Corio St, Shepparton.

Shepparton Education Plan Vision: All students are empowered to learn and achieve, experiencing high quality teaching practice and best conditions for learning which equip them with the knowledge, skills and dispositions for lifelong learning and shaping the world around them.

We know that happy, healthy and resilient young people are more likely to succeed in their education and in life. That’s why we’re putting student wellbeing and support at the centre of everything we do at Greater Shepparton College (interim name). One of the ways we are doing this is by offering smaller learning communities through a house system where students can build close connections over many year levels. There will be nine houses at the school, each with a maximum of 300 students from Years 7 to 12. All core subjects will be delivered through each house. Teachers will be embedded in each house, building strong connections with students and their families throughout students’ secondary education. “The house system is best described as a school-within-a-school,” says Wanganui Park campus principal Ken Murray. “We’ve chosen a model to cater for individual students. Our house system will ensure a constant focus on student wellbeing, with a learning mentor appointed for each student to ensure consistency for learning and wellbeing discussions across each student’s time at the school.” Houses will include modern learning centres and will be connected by communal, twostorey spaces called ‘neighbourhoods’. Each neighbourhood will include three houses along with a library and support services to enhance campus life. Dedicated learning mentors will work with

students throughout their secondary schooling. They will be critical in providing the personalised support students need to thrive in their new school environment and reach their full potential. Learning mentors will also be the main point of contact for parents or guardians to discuss any concerns. Creating a welcoming environment that embraces the diverse cultures in our community will be a key priority for our school. Greater Shepparton College (interim name) will not tolerate bullying, racism and discrimination, and we will deal with it in line with our anti-bullying policy. Importantly, we will implement school-wide positive behaviour strategies, and teach all students these expectations. The school’s bullying policy has been endorsed by the existing school councils and will be in place for the start of 2020. Details of the policy can be found on the school’s website. We are also in the process of developing the school’s values so that students, staff and the broader community have a clear sense of our vision and what we stand for. We have consulted with a range of community stakeholders and we look forward to sharing these with you soon.

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Drop in rent saves local business After a week of making this sad decision, and with the closing down signs still fresh in the windows, Brian was surprised to get a call from the building’s landlord. “We were pretty set on giving up. We moved to Shepparton for the business 18 years ago and have been here ever since. We love it here but business has been getting harder and harder,” Brian said. “When our landlord rang and said he would reduce our rent, I was shocked. I had prepared to close the doors, move on and start a new career, but when Sam (landlord) said he’d rather us pay less than have an empty building, I really couldn’t close the doors.” You only have to drive along High Street to see just how many empty stores there are, and that’s not including all of the vacant stores in the Maude Street Mall. While the other side of the Mall, Fryers Street, is a thriving spot for coffee and grabbing a bite to eat, High Street is in dire need of help.

According to the latest statistics from the Australian Business Register, the number of businesses from the south side of High Street, including Corio Street, Vaughan Street and Maude Street, was 157. Looking at the other side, with Stewart St, Fryers Street and some of Nixon Street and Welsford Street, there were a total of 682 businesses. Brian said, “Sam’s decision to do this means we have one less vacant store in the CBD and could pave the way to rebuilding the town. If we offer rent deals that encourage retailers to fill the empty buildings in the heart of our town it would then encourage more customers to shop in the CBD. The alternative is stores will continue to close and it’ll make it harder and harder to rebuild.” Dimmey’s Shepparton are going to put a bigger focus on their high-quality and affordable rugs, which aren’t a product that can be easily shopped for online. Brian said, “You need to feel the quality and see the colours in person. We also have very competitive prices, so it’s likely to be cheaper in store since you don’t have to pay shipping costs either!”

SEEKING EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST… Moira Shire is seeking expressions of interest to lease or buy the publicly owned areas of the Yarrawonga Aerodrome. Photo: Supplied.

Council explores private lease or ownership for Yarrawonga Aerodrome MOIRA Shire is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) to lease or buy the publicly owned areas of the Yarrawonga Aerodrome. Moira Shire GM Corporate Simon Rennie said the EOI process is an opportunity for someone to buy or lease a regional aerodrome that services the popular tourism and lifestyle destination, with diverse agriculture and export industries and that is already home to aviation businesses and users. The EOI includes only the council owned areas, which comprise of a terminal building and toilets, runway, taxiway, plane parking area and other fixed infrastructure above and below ground. These occupy approximately 112 hectares of freehold council land that is zoned to protect its use for aviation related uses. A key consideration for applicants will be

demonstrating how they will maintain the access and rights defined in existing agreements with users and hangar owners and ensure continued access to the aerodrome for general aviation and emergency services. The privately owned areas and hangars are not included and existing rights and agreements will transfer to the successful applicant. To provide applicants with time to learn more about the facility and develop their proposals the EOI will remain open for three months. Council must receive EOIs by 4pm Friday, October 25. Anyone seeking further information about the aerodrome and the EOI can visit our website www.moira.vic.gov.au.or call council’s customer service team (03) 5871 9222.

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With Father’s Day coming up next weekend on Sunday, September 1, it’s a good excuse to get together as a family and enjoy some quality time. Without needing to spend too much money or travel too far, here are five ideas for the whole family to make dad’s day this Father’s Day. spots. The Goulburn, Broken and Murray Rivers contain brown trout, rainbow trout, small redfin, roach, European carp, goldfish, Shepparton is lucky to have a stunning blackfish, Murray spiny crayfish and Murray lake right in the centre of town for everybody cod in the lower reaches. Lake Mulwala, to enjoy. The track is an easy 2km walk with Nagambie Lake, Waranga Basin and Lake many exciting points of interest along the way Nillahcootie are all gorgeous day trip locations for kids and adults. Walking along the track close to Shepparton with stunning scenery and is never the same two times in a row, with an plenty of great spots to privately cast a line. array of different birds and flora. Once you’ve walked the lake, relax on the comfortable grass near the playground or have a picnic. It’s no surprise dads like food. Why not prepare ahead this week and find out what dads favourite food is for breakfast Coinciding with the popular Shepparton and spoil him with a delicious meal in Farmers Market at Emerald Bank, the bed. Bacon and eggs are a pretty safe annual Heritage Rally & Market Day will be bet and don’t forget the coffee! running from 9am until 1pm on Sunday, September 1. Featuring vintage cars, trucks and machinery, live heritage demos, kids entertainment, live music and much more, Exercise your creativity and enjoy some family Emerald Bank promises to be an exciting time painting, drawing, collaging, playing music place for the whole family this Father’s Day. together or just being silly. Dads can be pretty creative and crafty, so get busy with your hands making pieces of art altogether as a family. You can take some time to draw a few of dad’s The Goulburn Valley is lucky to have many favourite things or maybe use your creativity waterways filled with loads of great fishing make a portrait of pop for his special day.

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Our parks are up for debate continued from front page THE area covered in the central west investigation area includes 403,815ha of land in total, of which 161,215ha is public land. The investigation area is made up of three separate blocks, including The Mount Cole-Pyreness block, the Wellsford block east of Bendigo and the WombatMacedon block. The report was released following concern for the alarming rates of extinction and habitat loss or degradation in Victoria. Further, recreation in natural environments and the associated tourism are now the major uses of public land in the central west investigation area. Residents and visitors enjoy a wide range of recreational activities here, including camping, horse riding, recreational hunting, trail bike riding, prospecting and much more. With levels of recreational use in national parks expected to increase exponentially following rising populations in Melbourne and the state’s regional cities, the Victorian government called upon VEAC to file the report to ensure parks can continue to be enjoyed by all. In the report, there are recommendations to change certain areas where particular activities are allowed in Victorian national parks, including retentions to some parks, extensions to others, plus the addition of new national parks. Certain activities will see decreased availability in Victoria’s national parks, especially those that extract natural resources - recreational prospecting, firewood collection and hunting. Activities involving exotic animals, which may disturb the environment, wildlife or other recreational users, will also see a slight shift in areas available for use. Many of these areas are changing in status, from bushland or nature reserve to national parks, conservational parks and regional parks. Each different land type procures its own

laws and it’s the shifting of these allowed laws in particular parks which are currently aggravating recreational groups such as hunters, horse riders and prospectors. The Bush Users Group United is unsatisfied with the investigation and is calling on those in regional areas affected by the proposed changes to take part in a ‘We Want Our Bush Back Rally.’ The rally is on Tuesday, August 27 and will start at 12noon at Treasury Gardens in Melbourne, where the group will then march to Parliament House. Bush Users Group United founder Bill Schultz has submitted a petition titled ‘Inquiry in to Public Land Management’ to the Legislative Council this week to be looked at by the state government. The petition, which closes on September 5, has 1378 signatures at the time of writing. There are also petitions up on change.org and GoFundMe, which have 2,786 signatures and raised over $4,000, respectively. According to the Bush Users Group petition, “political groups are playing with the Australian way of life and want to lock away huge tracts of land by turning many State forest and public land into closed National Parks. “Bush User Groups United believes there is a better alternative. We need a multiple land use management systems which allows for protection of conservation values in sensitive areas whilst allowing for economic and recreational values to be utilised in less sensitive areas of public land.” But according to VEAC, more than half of Victoria’s land has already been cleared – more than any other state in Australia. In order to have ongoing public nature and bushland available for everyone, sacrifices will have to be made. The forests of central west Victoria – which includes the tail end of the Great Dividing Range - supports a relatively large proportion of Victoria’s plants and animals, including 380 rare or threatened species.

For many of these species, resources such as food and breeding sites in the right kind of habitat are already in short supply. Dry conditions, hotter weather and Victoria’s exponentially rising population are putting extra stress on habitats, individuals and populations. The report will be in parliament on Tuesday, August 27; the same day as the ‘We Want Our Bush Back’ rally is in the CBD. For further information about the report, visit www. bit.ly/2YQldCT. To learn more about the rally or to sign the petition, visit the Bush User Groups United Facebook page. For locals wanting to get involved in the rally, a bus will be leaving from Nathalia to take supporters to the event. Cost is $25 and the bus will leave from Nathalia at 8:00am. For further information, contact Murray on 0418 652 898.

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OUR PARKS ARE CHANGING… The Greater Bendigo National Park is one of the parks recommended to change status, which could affect the ability for horse riding and prospecting. Photo: Supplied.

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We are on safari in Africa. Over three weeks we will travel through three African countries looking for the big five, meeting the people, and learning about their history. We have begun our journey in Namibia; this is a vast desert country but only has a population of two million. We have flown into the capital Windhoek; it’s a thriving city of 300,000 people and a stepping-off point for tourism. But once you leave the city’s boundaries, it’s a stark barren scrub that greets your eyes.  Rising up from this are huge mountain ranges with their own natural beauty. Due to the topography of the land, they had to build the airport 40 kilometres out of town to find the only flat land.  As you move along, you are greeted by a housing development seemingly in the middle of nowhere, then high electric fences denoting farms that are now game reserves offering tourists accommodation and a chance to go on game drives to hunt with their cameras the animals behind the fences.  Moving south, now we are headed for the Namib-Naukluft National Park. This is said to be the oldest desert in the world and this park is home to the world’s highest sand dunes.  Its 7am and we are parked in our 4x4 outside the national park along with about another hundred 4x4 vehicles waiting for the gates to open.  Some of the 4x4s are open tops, their occupants rugged up; it’s still dark and cold. For the open tops, it’s going to get a lot colder as we move through the early morning air. Luckily, our 4x4 is all enclosed with air con, way to go. The sun starts to rise, the gates are open and off we go,

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heading for the dunes. As the sun touches the sand dunes, the reflection of the sun’s rays from the deep red sand makes the dunes seem to glow and the contrast from the bright face to the shadowed side makes a spectacular effect. All the dunes have been numbered and today dune 45 is open to climbers; up they go! It’s easy at first but soon the incline becomes steep and many give up, many go on. To the observer at ground level, those on top look like ants zigzagging across the top of the dune; these are the highest in the world reaching heights of 300 metres.  Next we visit the Deadvlei; it was once a lake and river but over millions of years the shifting sands have strangled its flow of water, eventually drying it out together with the camel thorn acacias trees.  It’s a good walk through the lower levels of the dunes; people travel from around the world to see this dry lake that forms part of the history of the dunes.  You climb up a rise and there before you is the Deadvlei. The saltpan sparkles white in the hot sun and rising up to the sky are the camel thorn acacias. They were already 300 years old when their fate was sealed and they are now turning to stone and estimated to be over 800 years old; it was worth the sandy trek.  To be continued.  I would like to thank David Brown Travel Manager for arranging everything. Until next time, Safe Travel’n, Geoff Vallance.

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CAREER CHANGING OPPORTUNITY!! Rumbalara Engagement and Family Services now have the following vacancy based at our Mooroopna Site

Targeted Care Packages Keyworker We advertise this position as an Identified Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander position only in line with ‘special measures’ under the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 Section 12 example 1.

Full time – 1 Year contract In this rewarding role, as a Targeted Care Package Keyworker (Case Manager) you will work collaboratively to provide a high standard of innovative case management to young people aged 5 to 18 years. The successful applicant will have knowledge and demonstrable experience in delivering innovative and effective approaches for young people with complex needs. Knowledge of the Out of Home Care system and Child Protection statutory requirements as well as a demonstrated ability to achieve positive outcomes for young people through a strengths-based, outcomes-focused case management approach, will be required in this role. Working intensely with a small caseload, the Key Worker will directly engage and work with the child, their family, carers and others to facilitate changes that support achievement of the child’s case plan and the outcomes sought for the child or young person. Key Workers must possess an ability to work outside traditional program boundaries, and will be supported to do this. They will need to be culturally sensitive and make sure that all Aboriginal children whom they support are provided with appropriate cultural supports in line with their cultural support plan. The focus of the Targeted Care Package is to enable and support our Aboriginal children and young people to move from residential care to more appropriate care options ie: reside with family or kin, and on preventing Aboriginal children and young people needing to enter residential care. Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees Your application must include the following: A cover letter, your responses to the Key Selection Criteria on a separate document, include a current resume, copies of youR qualifications and include a copy of your employee Working with Children’s Check (WWCC). A valid National Police Check must be provided upon successful selection for an interview. Applications close at 4pm on Monday, 26th August 2019 and are to be addressed to: People and Culture Dept. Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative PO Box 614 Mooroopna Vic 3629

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community are encouraged to apply

Expressions of Interest contact: Rochelle Younger, Centre Against Violence PO Box 438, Wangaratta Vic 3676 ryounger@cav.org.au Ph: (03)57 222 203

For information on Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative refer to www.rumbalara.org.au

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DIESEL/FIELD SERVICE AG TECHNICIAN • Specialise in tractors, windrowers, mower conditioners, balers and headers. • Sound knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems • Available for seasonal on-call or AH work • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise workloads to ensure we meet customer deadlines • Current and valid driver’s licence • Willingness to travel Please send in a handwritten cover letter and resume to: 2/39 McKenzie Rd Echuca, VIC, 3564

McKee’s are a family owned business with over 80 years in the agriculture game, who specialise in customer service with the help from the AGCO brand servicing Massey Ferguson, Fendt, Gleaner, Challenger, Iseki and all other farm machinery and implements.

DIESEL/FIELD SERVICE AG TECHNICIAN • Mechanical trade qualification • Sound knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems • Strong commitment to workplace safety and punctuality • Available for seasonal on-call or AH work • Good inter-personal skills • Good time management skills and ability to prioritise workloads to ensure we meet customer deadlines • Ability to use computer systems • Current and valid driver’s licence • Willingness to travel Please send in a handwritten cover letter and resume to: 2/39 McKenzie Rd Echuca, VIC, 3564

CAREER CHANGING OPPORTUNITY!! Rumbalara Engagement and Family Services now have the following vacancy based at our Mooroopna Site

Targeted Care Packages Support Worker We advertise this position as an Identified Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander position only in line with ‘special measures’ under the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 Section 12 example 1.

Casual – Up to 38 Hours per week In this rewarding role, as a Targeted Care Package Support Worker you will work collaboratively to provide a high standard of therapeutic physical and emotional care to young people aged 5 to 18 years. By utilising your passion and commitment, you will interact therapeutically and positively with the young people, their families and carers, spending quality time with them, participating in therapeutic activities, supporting them at appointments, providing support at school, in the home and community. In this position, you will also provide information to your team and other professionals regarding the young people, as well as completing daily reports, attend meetings, update records and other compliance requirements as required. You should enjoy physical activities, arts, be flexible, resilient and have a positive attitude whilst having the ability to engage with, build rapport and respond creatively to the needs of children and young people from a variety of backgrounds and with a range of different needs. The focus of the Targeted Care Package is to enable and support our Aboriginal children and young people to move from residential care to more appropriate care options ie: reside with family or kin, and on preventing Aboriginal children and young people needing to enter residential care. Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees Your application must include the following: A cover letter, your responses to the Key Selection Criteria on a separate document, include a current resume, copies of your qualifications and include a copy of your employee Working with Children’s Check (WWCC). A valid National Police Check must be provided upon successful selection for an interview. Applications close at 4pm on Monday, 26th August 2019 and are to be addressed to: People and Culture Dept. Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative PO Box 614 Mooroopna Vic 3629

CAREER CHANGING OPPORTUNITY!! Rumbalara Engagement and Family Services now have the following vacancy based at our Mooroopna Site

Family Preservation Worker Full time

The focus of the Family Preservation Worker is to enable and support our Aboriginal children and their parents in the reunification process to avoid children remaining in out of home care. The successful person will work in collaboration with your team, child protection and other professionals regarding the best interest of the children and have a sound knowledge of child protection. In this rewarding role you will work collaboratively to provide a high standard of support to clients where a number of goals have been identified for reunification to be successful. We are looking for a person who has a passion and is committed to work and support families to achieve their goals through providing a range of support services to assist families. You will work with parents in finding solutions and developing strategies that will empower families to achieve positive outcomes. You will be required to attend meetings with a range of professionals completing daily case notes and reports to meet compliance requirements. Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees To obtain a Position Description contact Sel Andrews on (03) 5822 5699 or email: sel.andrews@raclimited.com.au or download from www.rumbalara.org.au/vacancies Your application must include the following: A cover letter, your responses to the Key Selection Criteria on a separate document, include a current resume, copies of your qualifications and include a copy of your employee Working with Children’s Check (WWCC). A valid National Police Check must be provided upon successful selection for an interview. Applications close

Please send in a handwritten cover letter and resume to: 2/39 McKenzie Rd Echuca, VIC, 3564

CAREER CHANGING OPPORTUNITY!! Rumbalara Engagement and Family Services now have the following vacancy based at our Mooroopna Site

Outreach Worker We advertise this position as an Identified Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander position only in line with ‘special measures’ under the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 Section 12 example 1.

Part time – 22.8 Hours per week The Outreach Worker plays a pivotal role in service coordination, advocacy and support for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community throughout the Integrated Team Care Goulburn Valley Primary Health Network Region. You will be required to provide culturally appropriate coordination of care for patients with complex needs/chronic disease including treatment, early intervention and prevention and associated services in the context of an Aboriginal Health Service Salary Packaging is a benefit available for Part or Full Time Employees Your application must include a copy of your police check dated in the last 14 days and be required to obtain a Victorian Employee working with Children’s Check if successful. For consideration for an interview, you must obtain a Position Description from Sel Andrews on (03) 58 22 5699 or email: sel.andrews@raclimited.com.au or download from www.rumbalara.org.au/vacancies and must address the Key Selection Criteria on a separate document, include a current resume, copies of you qualification and a cover letter. Applications close at 4pm on Monday, 26th August 2019 and are to be addressed to: People and Culture Dept. Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative PO Box 614 Mooroopna Vic 3629

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community are encouraged to apply

at 4pm on Wednesday, 4th September 2019 and are to be addressed to: People and Culture Dept. Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative PO Box 614 Mooroopna Vic 3629

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FUNERAL RUSSELL (Fadersen) A funeral service to celebrate the life of Lorna (Fadersen) Russell will be held on Friday 23rd August, 2019 at the Owen Mohan Memorial Chapel, cnr Nixon and Corio streets Shepparton commencing at 11am after which the cortege will leave for the Pine Lodge Lawn Cemetery Owen Mohan Funerals

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DEATH NOTICE For information on Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative refer to www.rumbalara.org.au

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community are encouraged to apply

For information on Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative refer to www.rumbalara.org.au

• Experience in broadcare farming (cropping, hay, harvest, spraying and GPS) • Workshop maintenance of farm machinery and equipment • Car and truck HC licence required. Transporting farm machinery • Can work un-supervised and be able to self-manage • Ability to work in a team environment when needed • Reliability and proven work ethic

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Passed away peacefully on Wednesday 14th August, 2019, at Goulburn Valley Health, Shepparton. Aged 90 years. Dearly loved partner of George. Much loved step-mother to Greg, Richard, Ray and families. Loved and Remembered Always

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Our free info session in Shepparton will help you understand all the ins and outs of the NDIS and how to bring your NDIS plan to life. Our experts will help you find your way with the NDIS and answer your questions! We will be hosting three info sessions. You can attend one, two or all three sessions – it’s up to you. In between each session, our team will be available to answer all your questions. Admission is free, just register secure your spot through Eventbrite, email info@planpartners.com.au or call us on 1300 333 700.

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INFO SESSION 2 HOW TO BRING YOUR NDIS PLAN TO LIFE 12:30pm - 1:30pm If you already had your planning meeting, this session is for you.

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PARENTS DESERVE BETTER TREATMENT Dear Editor, Victoria, following overseas trends commenced merging schools into larger precincts in 2005, based on a 1991 study rejected in Australia at the time. Before and during 2008 and 2009, many studies were done in both the USA and UK, which showed conclusively that smaller schools performed better in areas of academic outcome, behaviour, discipline, mental health, welfare and safety, resulting in both countries dismantling the larger schools and returning to smaller models. In Chicago in 2001, one large school was to be split up into 15 to 20 smaller schools. The UK studies called for the push from political parties to cease merging and to put a stop to “larger failing schools.” All found that small schools are associated with better outcomes for disadvantaged or socio-economic status with no negative effects for others. Melbourne University research found student achievement increased among student populations of up to 900 students and then dropped with increasing school size. No studies since 1991 have shown any conclusive evidence to back up the claims that larger schools produce better outcomes. NAPLAN results between 2011 and 2018 of five merged Victorian Schools, Lowanna College (1994-861 students), Dandenong High School (2007-1785), Kyabram P-12 College (2009-1200), Hume Central Secondary College (2008-1072) and Victoria University Secondary College (2010/2011-927), indicated that with all the promoted advantages, they did not perform as well as Wanganui Park with none, against schools of a similar size. The merged schools had either a steady decline and were substantially below average by 2018 or showed no improvement; Victoria University Secondary College was generally close to average with both above and below average in some subjects, as was Wanganui Park. VUSC improved between 2013 and 2016, but declined after that with subjects below average in 2017/2018, while WPSC performed consistently, with all subjects close to average in 2018. Nationally, all of the above schools did not perform well, several showing a steady decline. WPSC had six subjects below average and four substantially below average, while VUSC had four subjects below average, one close to average and five substantially below average. One that did perform well after merging in 2010 was William Ruthven Secondary College a small school with 396 students who performed better than larger merged schools. In VCE results Wanganui Park achieved 2.3 percent in 40+ results; Dandenong 0.7 percent and Victoria University 2.5 percent. Median scores were 27, 23, and 26 respectively. In NAPLAN ranking, Wanganui Park (372) outperformed both Victoria University (410) and Dandenong Secondary (513) Colleges. Merged super schools are not working and they want to give us one school, the largest in the state. To compensate they are going to take students from small schools, place them in a really large school, but split them up into smaller schools because they acknowledge that smaller schools are a better environment for learning. Yours sincerely, Cherril Colleen Jones, Shepparton.

BOAT RAMP REMOVAL RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS Dear Editor, T he A nd re w s L ab or G over n m e nt ’s commitment this week that it will remove boat ramp parking and launching fees by spring raises more questions than it answers.

The detail of Labor’s pre-election promise to remove these fees is still murky, despite calls from councils and the sector for clarity. Many councils – particularly in rural and regional Victoria – do not charge these fees meaning the Minister’s promise will effectively only remove the fees for a handful of bayside metropolitan councils that were charging these fees for maintenance purposes, leaving many rural and regional councils, and their ratepayers, at an incredibly unfair disadvantage. For example, Mornington Shire (that has six ramps) will receive half a million dollars from the State and Hobson’s Bay (two ramps) will receive $356,000 from Daniel Andrews’ coffers, but East Gippsland Shire, that has to maintain 24 ramps and car parks – and does so from general revenue – will receive nothing. This is duplicated across the state where only councils that already charge fees to cover maintenance will be subsidised, while regional and rural shires that have, through goodwill, not charged fees will miss out. This city-centric Labor Government needs to have a fair system, not yet another policy that disadvantages Regional Victorians. Yours sincerely, Tim Bull, Shadow Minister for Fishing and Boating

HOW MANY STUDENTS WILL STAY? Dear Editor, I attended the first public meeting of the Shepparton Education Plan Advisory Committee (SEPAC) in 2017. It was made clear to many attending that the decision to amalgamate the four existing government secondary schools had been made. Feedback was not considered. The choice was, amalgamate or no money for the schools. Last week at my Rotary meeting, I asked guest speaker, Exec. Principal Genevieve Simson about amalgamations in Victoria, backed with government data. She dismissed the quoted statistics, and didn’t answer my question. The state government’s own data shows amalgamation of state schools results in loss of student numbers. For example, Wangaratta High School had a 52 percent drop in student numbers, Colac Secondary College dropped 48 percent, Dandenong High School dropped 20 percent (the model for the Shepparton school) and Victoria University Secondary College dropped 28 percent (Ms Simson’s previous school). Dandenong High School and Victoria University Secondary College are in growth areas so the numbers should have skyrocketed. What evidence base has SEPAC used to decide amalgamation is best for Shepparton? What is the Department of Education going to do to stop the exodus of students and good teachers from state education in Shepparton – or is that the aim? More than 1000 students have applied to attend Notre Dame in 2020, including 570 grade 6 students trying for 270 places. Only 4 of 34 grade 6 students from one local primary school have enrolled at the McGuire campus. Some families from St Mary’s Primary School, Mooroopna, who were intending to send their grade 6 students to Wanganui Park Secondary College are now enrolling in the Catholic system. The anticipated student enrolment for the Greater Shepparton College, (interim name), is 2,700+ for 2020. What percentage of students will actually attend the new school, and how many will stay? Yours sincerely, Helen Sleep, Shepparton

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TOP TIPSTERS

LEONARD BALFOUR

COLIN MINTERN

ESSENDON RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

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MELBOURNE ST. KILDA GEELONG ADELAIDE PORT ADELAIDE

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

SEBASTIAN MANGIAMELI

ANDREW HODGES

Phone: 5821 7155

Phone: 5823 5888

3 Edward St, Shepparton

Melbourne Rd, South Shepparton

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SYDNEY ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE PORT ADELAIDE

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

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SYDNEY ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE NTH. MELBOURNE

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ESSENDON RICHMOND WESTERN BULLDOGS HAWTHORN

ANGELO KAKOUROS

Phone: 5821 4588

Phone: 0418 524 188

133 Maude St, Shepparton

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MELBOURNE ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE NTH. MELBOURNE

MELBOURNE ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE PORT ADELAIDE

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

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MELBOURNE CARLTON BRISBANE LIONS COLLINGWOOD NTH. MELBOURNE

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MELBOURNE ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS COLLINGWOOD PORT ADELAIDE

Geelong Cats ........................ vs............................................... Carlton

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

ROUND 22 SELECTIONS

SYDNEY ST. KILDA GEELONG ADELAIDE NTH. MELBOURNE

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

City Central Arcade, 16/69 High St, Shepparton

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MELBOURNE ST. KILDA BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE PORT ADELAIDE

3

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

COLIN STACEY

WENDY LOVELL Phone: 5821 6668

Phone: 5822 1555

222 Wyndham St Shepparton

177-193 Numurkah Rd, Shepparton

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MELBOURNE CARLTON BRISBANE LIONS ADELAIDE PORT ADELAIDE

FREMANTLE RICHMOND G.W.S. GIANTS HAWTHORN

ROUND 22 SELECTIONS

MELBOURNE CARLTON GEELONG COLLINGWOOD PORT ADELAIDE

KELLAN ROBINSON

RAY FINN

Phone: 5824 2339

Phone: 5831 2592

51 Hogan Street, Tatura

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ROUND 22 SELECTIONS

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SYDNEY CARLTON BRISBANE LIONS COLLINGWOOD PORT ADELAIDE

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JAMIE SPENCER

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Adviser

GVL Seniors Results Round 17 Shepparton (100)............def.......................Benalla (37) Tatura (97).........................def...........................Euroa (58) Kyabram (97)....................def.................. Mansfield (37) Rochester (106)...............def.......... Shepp United (11) Echuca (160)......................def...........Shepp Swans (45) Seymour (87)....................def............... Mooroopna (60)

Wednesday 21st August, 2019 Goulburn Valley League

Football

GVL Seniors 2019 Ladder

with Matthew Chilcott

Kyabram...............................................68 (264.47) Echuca..................................................60 (172.57) Shepparton..........................................44 (123.05) Seymour................................................ 38 (95.84) Tatura...................................................36 (116.83) Rochester.............................................36 (109.48) Benalla.................................................36 (103.81) Mansfield............................................... 24 (93.38) Euroa..................................................... 24 (93.00) Shepparton United................................ 20 (60.00) Mooroopna............................................12 (52.08) Shepparton Swans................................ 10 (51.37)

GVFL & GVNL Round 18 Saturday, August 24 Benalla...............................vs......................... Rochester Shepp United...................vs................................ Echuca Kyabram............................vs............................ Seymour Mooroopna.......................vs...................................Euroa Shepp Swans...................vs.......................... Mansfield Tatura.................................vs...................... Shepparton

It comes down to this

Adviser Footy Tipsters

SHOWDOWN… The Benalla vs Rochester game this weekend is an Elimination Final a week early, with the losing team out of the finals for 2019. Photo: Supplied.

It’s the final round of the GVL this week and we have an Elimination Final a week early between Benalla and Rochester, with the winner possibly finishing as high as 4th and the losing team having mad Monday 36 hours later. The last time these two sides met was back in round 7 and Benalla thumped the Tigers by 11 goals at Moon Oval, with Brody Webster kicking 6 goals. At that stage, the Saints sat in third position and looked like a genuine contender while Rochester sat in 8th position on the ladder and a season with no finals looked a real possibility. As it stands after 17 rounds, Rochester sit in 6th position and for the first time this year, Benalla finds itself outside the top 6

and needs to win to make the finals. The Tigers are in great form and will travel to the Benalla Showgrounds full of confidence. This game is not the only one that will have a huge impact on where sides will finish in the top 6. Tatura (5th) play Shepparton (3rd), and Kyabram (1st) play Seymour (4th), in what is going to be a sensational final round of Goulburn Valley footy. With how the top 6 finals system works in the GVL, this is one of those seasons where 4th or 5th could quite easily find themselves in a second semi final if 6th defeats 3rd in the first week of the finals series. Lots to play for this week and looking forward to how it all unfolds.

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6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12.00 House Of Wellness 1.00 Bricks & Clicks 1.30 Australia’s Got Talent 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens: To celebrate 1000 shows, the team members give an exclusive insight into their everyday lives and

homes. 5.00 Seven News 5.30 Border Security Australia's Front Line 6.00 Seven News 7.00 The Kick 8.00 AFL: West Coast v Hawthorn 11.00 AFL Post Game 12.00 Movie: Out Of Line: Alonso Oyarzun, Christopher Judge, Holt McCallany 2.00 Home Shopping

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6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Back Roads 10.30 Ask The Doctor 11.00 Gardening Australia 12.00 ABC News 12.30 National Press Club 1.30 Compass 2.00 Good Karma Hospital 3.00 The Cook And The Chef 3.30 Home Delivery 4.00 Think Tank 5.00 Silvia's Italian Table

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6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 The World This Week 11.00 Compass 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Landline 1.30 Gardening Australia 2.30 Helen Garner’s Monkey Grip 3.00 The Lost Tools Of Henry Hoke

3.10 The Recording Studio 4.00 The Mix 4.30 Everyone's A Critic 5.00 Australian Story 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 Dream Gardens 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 7.40 Not Announced 8.35 Les Norton 9.30 Glitch 10.30 Apple Tree Yard 11.25 Silent Witness

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4.00 Supercars: Highlights 5.00 10 News 6.00 Bondi Rescue 6.30 The Sunday Project 7.30 Australian Survivor: What lengths will the Survivors go to to get their hands on the keys of a brand new car? 9.00 Instinct 11.00 The Sunday Project 12.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 VFL 2.30 Sunday Soapbox 3.00 AFL: Richmond v Brisbane 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Australia's Got Talent 8.15 Sunday Night 9.15 What The Killer Did Next: In January 2013 Peter Fasoli was

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6.00 Harry 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Sunday Footy Show 12.00 Sports Sunday 1.00 Suncorp Super Netball: Magpies v Vixens 3.00 Seachange 4.00 The Block 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News 7.00 The Block: While the master bedroom and

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5.00 World Watch 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 The Bowls Show 4.05 Football: ICC: Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid: Highlights 5.05 Cycling: La Vuelta 2019: Highlights 5.35 Nazi Megastructures 6.30 World News 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Andre The Giant: A documentary examining

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6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Australian Survivor 2.40 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Australian Survivor:

The Survivors enter one of the biggest Tribal Councils of the season. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.30 Montreal Comedy Festival: Just For Laughs 10.30 The Conners 11.00 Win's All Australian News 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: A Daughter's Revenge 2.00 The Daily Edition 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia: Presented by Andrew O’Keefe 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away

7.30 Highway Patrol 8.00 Motorbike Cops 8.30 The Rookie: The rookies are temporarily paired with new training officers. 9.30 S.W.A.T. The team is on the hunt for two Sovereigns that are planning to poison the city. 10.30 The Latest: Seven News 11.00 Talking Footy 12.00 Quantico

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7.30 The Block: The couples start work on the main bathrooms. Jesse questions why house 5 is always last. 8.40 This Time Next Year 9.50 Footy Classified 10.50 The Oval Office 11.20 Cold Case 12.10 Law And Order: SVU 1.00 Extra 1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Ellen

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Secrets Of The Kitchen 3.00 Celtic Heart 4.00 Rivals 4.30 Digging For Britain’s Secrets 5.30 Cycling: La Vuelta 2019: Highlights 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 World News 7.30 Royals At War: Royal biographer Penny Junor

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6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Old People's Home For 4 Year Olds 9.30 New Dads 10.30 ABC News 11.00 The Business 11.15 Q&A 12.20 Death In Paradise 1.25 rage 3.25 Poldark

6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Australian Survivor 2.10 ET 2.30 Neighbours 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News

6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Australian Survivor: An unlikely duo battles it out in a challenge. 9.00 NCIS 11.00 Win's All Australian News 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Drew Peterson: Untouchable 2.00 The Daily Edition 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly

8.30 The Proposal 9.30 Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell And Back 10.40 The Latest: Seven News 11.10 Modern Family: Jay pulled a lot of strings to get reservations a hot new restaurant for the adults of the family, but everyone is running late. 11.40 The Goldbergs 12.30 Home Shopping

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been joined, but relationships are becoming fractured across the Block. 8.40 Seachange 9.40 Not Announced 10.40 Timeless 11.35 The Closer 12.30 Harry 1.30 Extra 2.00 Infomercial 2.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3.00 Infomercials

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Secrets Of The Kitchen 3.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 4.05 Rivals 4.30 Digging For Britain’s Secrets 5.30 Cycling: La Vuelta 2019: Highlights 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 World News 7.35 London: 2,000 Years

Of History 8.30 Insight 9.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats 10.30 World News 11.00 Pagan Peak: The investigation has affected Ellie in a major way. The German policewoman and the Austrian cop bicker and fight constantly. 12.05 Farang 3.35 Great British Railway Journeys

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International squash event a huge success International professionals from squash and racquetball spent several days in Shepparton last week for the 2019 Sheppar ton International Squash Competition. The competition, which was hosted by Squash & Racquetball Victoria in partnership with Greater Shepparton City Council and the Goulburn Valley Squash Club, commenced last Wednesday, August 14, with the grand final matches tacking place on Sunday, August 18. The event was held at the Shepparton Squash Courts in Archer Street and featured a highly competitive field boasting 24 players from ten different countries for the PSA men’s event and, for the first time, 16 players from nine countries for the PSA satellite women’s event. Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor, Kim O’Keeffe said it was fantastic to host another world-class event in Shepparton.

“This partnership continues to strengthen our reputation as the sporting event capital of regional Australia keeping the local economy strong and businesses busy,” Cr O’Keeffe said. The PSA satellite women’s final was between Australia’s Sarah Cardwell and Grace Gear from the UK, with Gear winning the championship title in three close games, 11-13, 8-11, 11-13. The PSA men’s final followed, featuring a showdown between Scotland’s Angus Gillams and Egypt’s Moustafa El Sirty. Gillams showed his class overall to take home the championship trophy over four games, 2-11, 11-7, 8-11, 4-11. For all results from the Shepparton International Open, visit www.squashvic.com.au

A WORLD-CLASS EVENT… From left, Squash and Racquetball Victoria general manager, Russell McLean, Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor, Kim O’Keeffe, PSA player, Ben Ratcliffe and Goulburn Valley Squash and Racquetball Club past president, Damian Maidment. Photo: Katelyn Morse.

The best on show

This weekend, the Goulburn Valley Showjumping Club will be hosting the annual Barastoc Indoor Show Jumping Classic in Tatura. In its ninth year, the event will see the best in show jumping from across the state compete to win a share of over $10,000.

The three-day competition will begin with the Freshmans event on Friday, August 23, followed by the main events on Saturday night, which include the Junior Grand Prix and the Open Grand Prix. There will also be two outdoor show jumping rings over the period of the weekend.

The event will be held at Tatura Park Equestrian Centre, 20 Hastie Road, Tatura. For more information, head to the Goulburn Valley Showjumping Club’s Facebook page or contact Emma Aspey on 0448 480 011.

Marathon weekend ahead for local runners

LONGEST-RUNNING RUN EVENT… The Shepparton Running Festival, now in it’s 24th year, will take place this Sunday, August 25. Photo: Supplied.

Preparations are being made ahead of Shepparton Running Festival this weekend, one of the longest-running marathon events in regional Victoria. Following the success of last year’s event, which saw more than 800 runners put their feet to the pavement, the event includes a 42.2km Shepparton Runners Club marathon, 21.2km Visit Shepparton Half Marathon, 10km Run/Walk, 5km Pink Ribbon Run/Walk and a 2km McDonald’s Kids Dash. Last minute event registration, including entries and bib collection, will open at the northern end of Victoria Park Lake,

Shepparton on Saturday morning, August 24, from 10am until 3pm. All entrants who do not already have their bib are encouraged to collect before 3pm. T hen on Su nday, Aug ust 25, hal f of Wyndham Street will close for the commencement of an enormous day of outdoors fun, running and walking. The information desk will be open from 6am, with the main marathon commencing at 7am. For full details on the events, visit www. sheppa r ton r u n n i ng festival.com.au or check out Shepparton Running Festival on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

INFORMATION SESSION Wednesday 4 September, 7PM DEAKIN RESERVE, SHEPPARTON

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