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By Steve Hutcheson WHILE many have been complaining about the imposition placed on us by the pandemic, local orchardists and fruit packing house, Geoffrey Thompson Holdings have been working hard to set a new record in the packing shed. While at the same time, undertaking a change of management. Continued Page 7

THE SHEPP FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS... Uncertainty mars months of careful planning as Festival organisers are excited the Festival is about to get underway this Friday and press on, Shepparton Festival members, COVID marshal, Alaina Tuckett, deputy chair, Leigh Findlay and general manager, Louise Tremper. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

A COVID-Safe The show goes on,program Shepparton is going ahead. Festival celebrates its 25th year Follow us on social media for updates on events.

By Steve Hutcheson TAKE a box of jitters, a pound of pandemic, free flowing art and moment by moment on/off decisions, mix it all together and we arrive at the 25th anniversary of the Shepparton Festival. The stages are set, all the artists are in the wings, the choreography means the play changes and events rearranged. The beginning becomes the ending, but the show goes on.

The Festival opens this Friday with week 1 highlights including, Shine on Greater Shepp, where projections, murals and pastes-ups will brighten dark walls and corners with light and colour. Wild Horses Rising at Tallis. Driven by a desire to communicate emotion, local artist Mark Niglia creates movement and life that allows others to interpret feeling through sculpture. Continued Page 7


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Check your chimneys VICTORIAN firefighters are urging residents to keep themselves safe by checking and maintaining their fireplaces, chimneys, fireboxes and flues. As temperatures drop, the Victorian fire services see a large number of chimney fires from both fireplaces and wood heaters. Last year Country Fire Authority (CFA) and Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) responded to 192 chimney fires, 104 of which occurred during the winter months. “Chimney fires can quickly turn into house fires so the few minutes spent now could be one of the most important fire safety actions you take this season,” said CFA Chief Officer Jason Heffernan.

CO Heffernan urged Victorian households to have chimneys professionally cleaned annually to avoid the build-up of creosote, which can clog chimneys. “Creosote is not only caused by general use, but it can also build up quicker if you are using incorrect fuels, such as green wood or treated timbers, so make sure you only burn dry, clean wood to reduce the risk of fire starting from a fireplace or wood heater,” he said. “Residents could also use a torch to check for creosote build-up or obstructions, and we urge everyone to always extinguish their fire before going to bed or leaving the house,” CO Heffernan said. It is also important to ensure gas heaters are being used safely and correctly. He urged Victorians to have their gas heaters inspected and serviced by a qualified technician every

STAY SAFE THIS WINTER... A warm fire in winter is lovely, but ensure you keep on top of chimney cleaning and maintenance to stay safe. Photo: Supplied

two years to avoid a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning. “Taking a few moments to check your heaters and fireplaces before winter sets in could mean the difference between life and death for your family,” Fire Rescue Commissioner Ken Block said. “It’s important to remember that no matter the season, having interconnected smoke alarms

in all bedrooms and living areas can provide vital seconds to allow you and your family to escape in case of a fire.” Never dry clothes or have flammable items such as curtains close to a heater or open fire, make sure they are positioned at least one metre away and constantly monitored to reduce risk of a fire. Remember children and pets must be supervised near all types of heating.

Where’s our Premier?

IT was reported that Premier Daniel Andrews had a fall on Tuesday, 9th March when he slipped on the steps of a holiday house and ended up with a broken vertebra and fractured ribs but it’s now been a staggering 91 days since we’ve heard from the Premier in public. It has also been noted that since the

Premier’s fall, there has been just three social media postings from the Premier in three months. Being the Premier of Victoria, who, like anyone, is fully entitled to some privacy but would it not be normal to put out a brief update as to his condition every week or so rather than silence?

It was also reported that the Premier wouldn’t be returning to work until at least June and obviously this all depends on his rehabilitation but in the meantime, the word on the street is that Victorians would appreciate regular updates on their elected Premier, even if it is a brief report.

Circuit breaker business support

BUSINESS and people are doing it tough with this latest lockdown with many having to shut just as they were beginning to get back on their feet. Many businesses in the Goulburn Valley may be eligible to seek assistance from the government while the pandemic continues. The Victorian Government has launched the $250M Circuit Breaker Business Support Package to assist small to medium businesses and sole traders, under the circuit breaker restrictions announced on May 27, 2021. The package will provide some support to businesses unable to operate due to these necessary public health measures, including targeted support for the events industry. While safety nets such as JobKeeper are no longer available, it is essential for the State Government to support businesses doing their

part to help keep Victorians safe throughout the circuit breaker action. The program provides $2,500 grants for eligible employing and nonemploying businesses in sectors most impacted. This includes businesses operating in an industry that cannot operate under the circuit breaker restrictions and which cannot work remotely. The $40.7M Licensed Hospitality Venue Fund 2021 program provides businesses holding an eligible liquor licence and food certificate with a $3,500 grant per premises. The $20M package is dedicated to supporting operators in the events industry who have incurred losses due to the circuit-breaker restrictions. To be alerted when any of these programs are open for applications please register for the Business Victoria Update newsletter at https:// business.vic.gov.au/about-us/subscribe

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Maude St Mall art pop-up A THREE-DAY art exhibition, to run from June 11 – 13, in the Maude St Mall, will provide some inspiration and colour to Shepparton. Born in Papua New Guinea and raised in Shepparton, artist, Thomas Devlin, presents an exploration of his many homes titled “My Ancestors Aren’t Happy With Me”. “The art style was born in the beginning of the lockdowns, it gave me time to think of where I’m from, where I’m going, and where I fit in. It’ll be ongoing until I’m able to go back and be one with my birthplace,” Thomas said. “The exhibition is for my nieces and nephews as well as other young immigrants, kids from broken homes, kids with single mothers or fathers, as well as kids just looking for direction and an outlet to express

themselves. Hopefully it can give some guidance to the youth that can’t seem to fit in.” The exhibition is set to begin on Friday, June 11 at 7:30pm. There will be a live DJ and free beer and wine supplied by Wild Life Brewing Co. On Saturday, June 12 Thomas will run a free youth painting workshop beginning at 2pm. The exhibition will end on Sunday June 13 with a live auction of one of Thomas’ paintings. “My goal for the exhibition is to give inspiration to young artists who don’t have access to putting their artwork in galleries or festivals, the people who find that unapproachable or unobtainable. I hope this provide a template for them to put on their own exhibitions or shows in the future,” said Thomas.

THREE-DAY ART EXHIBITION... From June 11-13 Maude St Mall will host an exciting exhibition by local artist Thomas Devlin. Photo: Supplied

Hopefully it can give some guidance to the youth that can’t seem to fit in.

Have your say on shaping Greater Shepparton T H E G re at e r S h e pp a r ton Yout h Commit tee forms par t of the implementation of Greater Shepparton City Council’s Youth Strategy and Action Plan 2019-23. The plan aims to achieve priorities relating to the aspirations of local young people. Anyone aged between 12 and 25 years, who studies, lives or works in Greater Shepparton, is encouraged to apply for a place on the committee. Applicants will be asked to address several questions including what their interests are and what they like most about Greater Shepparton. The successful applicants will need to be available for a four-hour time commitment each month, with entries closing on Wednesday, 30 June.

“T he pu rpose of the Greater S heppa r ton Yout h C om m it t e e i s to provide a platform for diverse and passionate you ng people to come together, to further develop their skills and to actively get involved in helping shape and take action on priorities that matter to them,” said Mayor, Councillor Kim O’Keeffe. Applications for the Greater Shepparton Youth Committee can be made via the Shaping Greater Shepp website shaping.greatershepparton.com. au. For further information, call or text Youth Development Coordinator Lynda Bruce on 0429 508 721 or email youth@ shepparton.vic.gov.au.

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Importance of playgroup By Stephanie Holliday CHILDREN are born ready to learn, and their brains develop through use. They require a stimulating environment with lots of different ways to play and learn and also plenty of chances to practice what they’re learning. Babies and young children learn best when they have warm, engaged and responsive relationships with their main carers and peers. Lots of time spent playing and interacting with others helps children learn the skills they need for life – like communicating, thinking, problem-solving, moving and being with other people. School readiness is so crucial to education in later years, so much so that the Victorian Government have introduced School Readiness Funding to help encourage parents to send their children to kindergarten and playgroup. Playgroups are informal, low cost and gives families and carers the chance to meet other people going through similar experiences and break down the isolation that can come with caring for young children. Families can be gently introduced to community, health and support services while they are at playgroup. “Participation in playgroups is such a wonderful way for children to increase their school readiness. It gives children early exposure to learning and socialising with their peers, giving them a head start,” The Member for Northern Victoria, Wendy Lovell, said.

INSPIRATIONAL ARTIST... Holly’s mother, and 22 year old artist Holly McLennan-Brown. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

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LEARNING THROUGH PLAY... The Member for Northern Victoria, Wendy Lovell, discusses the importance of school readiness and the wonderful benefits of playgroup. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

“School readiness increases the likelihood they will enjoy and succeed at school, with many added benefits to families as a whole.” With many playgroups in the Greater Shepparton Region, the ability to facilitate your child’s early learning is easily accessible.

Young artist finds success By Stephanie Holliday HOLLY McLennan-Brown is a young, successful artist who has roots in our region, with her father originally from Kyabram and other members of her family living locally. Holly currently has works on display at MEAC in Mooroopna as part of an exhibition for reconciliation week. “I was first inspired to paint from my uncle, Adam McLennan. He was an incredible aboriginal artist and his use of bold colours really made my mind light up,” said Holly. “For my own pieces I generally get my inspiration from emotional and spiritual connections I’m experiencing, along with whatever I feel inspired by at the time. I use my artwork as a tool to navigate my thoughts and feelings so most of my pieces express my progression through that.” Holly’s art on display at MEAC has a feminine edge, with the pastel colours she used in conjunction with her style working together to convey themes of motherhood, freedom and womanhood among others. “I usually choose my colour palettes based on the emotion behind the painting. I have been working a lot lately to introduce new colours together, not be afraid to try something new and push my own creative boundaries,” said Holly. At only 22, Holly is a part of a nationwide upcoming project which will see her art accessible to everyone. “I think art is so important because it is a great tool for expression and storytelling. Art allows us to slow down and free our headspace, while also allowing us to indulge in mindfulness. It creates new connections and allows people to understand us on a deeper level.”


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New record of 107,000 bins for local fruit firm GEOFF Thompson has returned as the CEO with a rebuilt management team to take the company forward into the future. New to the company is Robert Bryant. Rob grew up in the region and took his former company, Money3 to listing on the ASX and more recently as founder of The Cottage, a drug and rehabilitation centre in Shepparton has come in as a new board member and Chairman of the company. Rosanna Marino has been company secretary and chief financial officer with the company for 29 years and has now been appointed to the board. Also appointed to the board is Leath Nicholson who has been legal counsel for the firm. Leath was a corporate partner at a leading Melbourne law firm, gaining experience with a breadth of ASX listed entities. Geoffrey Thompson Holdings are currently revamping the former SPC site in Mooroopna to be a state-of-the-art packing shed and cold storage facility. People in the region will no doubt have seen the tower appearing nearer to the railway side of the complex nearing completion. This will house bins up to 40 high in a managed atmosphere and temperature. The packing line will transfer operations from Wheeler Street to this new upgraded and world class facility later this year. While we look at changes at the top end of the firm, the company has been setting

a new record with fruit production having exceeded 107,000 bins for the season. This is 14% higher than previous seasons production. With all things considered, changes caused by the pandemic, harvest labour shortages, and while slowly outgrowing the current facility in Wheeler Street, Shepparton, the production team is to be commended for making the impossible, possible. Geoff Thompson is philosophical about the company. “We have 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts in a day. Your success and ours will depend on which thoughts you pay attention to and act on. Consider ‘you are not your thoughts; you just have them.’ “We are committed to ensuring the investment of both state and federal government and the goodwill of the community is honoured by delivering a world class fruit processing company that enriches the region," said Geoff. Geoffrey Thompson Holdings is certainly holding its end of the bargain. The company is in good hands and with the new facility and revamped team, will only get better. While the company undergoes some substantial changes, somethings remain the same and they are currently seeking to expand their packing shed staffing by hiring 25 additional women and men to work on the apple lines at the Wheeler St Shepparton shed. Those interested can call Sebastian on 0456 836 580

HEADING A NEW ERA... Geoffrey Thompson Holdings CEO, Geoff Thompson and newly appointed director and board chairman, Robert Bryant standing before the new high rise cool room at the currently under construction Mooroopna facility. Photo: Steve Hutcheson.

The show goes on, Shepparton Festival celebrates its 25th year continued from front page W I T H I N , Awaken Dance T heatre Company are thrilled to return with another powerful piece of dance theatre, in partnership with The Australian Ballet Education and Outreach. This collaborative, contemporary piece explores our personal journeys through the unknown from a raw, urgent and inward perspective and champions the strength Within to propel forward, navigating through the cycle of normal, abnormal and the new normal.

And finally, Art and Ale with Tank. What better way to spend an evening than with a paintbrush and a cold beer in hand? Join well-known local artist, Tank, in this painting workshop and appreciate a locally brewed beverage at the same time. Beer, tucker and art materials will be supplied. Due to the uncertainty of the day, events are being rearranged to meet with people’s abilities to move so patrons are advised to continually look to the Shepparton Festival website for details about the events, their locations and their scheduled date and time at www.sheppartonfestival.org.au

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KEEP EVERYONE SAFE ON OUR ROADS... A Metre Matters. Photo: Supplied

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A win-win for all road users CYCLING safety advocacy group, RoadSafe Goulburn Valley, welcomed the news of ‘A Metre Matters’ legislation in Victoria last week. “We are one community on the road and everyone has the right to ride safely for work, sport and play. Through our cyclesafety messaging, community activation, education and awareness programs, we will continue our efforts to deliver impactful cycle safety campaigns across the region,” said Spokesperson for RoadSafe Goulburn Valley, John Weinert. “Regional cyclists tell us that drivers overtaking too close to them, is one of the biggest concerns they have about cycling on

the road. We strongly urge motorists to take care when they see a cyclist, slow down and when it’s safe and no other car is approaching, indicate and overtake allowing at least 1.5m in speed zones over 60km and 1m in speed zones up to 60km between the cyclist and the vehicle.” There is a human side to every collision statistic and it is important to remember that other road users are not strangers, they are most likely people that you know. They are children, mums and dads, friends, workmates and visitors. It is important for everyone on the road to respect one another and work to keep us all safe.

How social media could be affecting COVID hesitancy WHERE are you getting your information regarding the vaccine from? Is it from knowledgeable medical and scientific authorities or are you getting updates from friends and acquaintances on social media? A study by the Australian National University in Canberra has found that 64 percent of people are showing signs of hesitancy about possible side effects. Another study by the University of New South Wales, Science School of Psychology is finding social media is exaggerating COVID vaccine side effects and is playing a key role in people avoiding vaccination. UNSW Science’s School of Psychology, Dr Kate Faasse, said “Studies show that people are more likely to share their negative experiences on social media than their positive ones, so what you see online isn’t the whole story, or necessarily the most likely one.” Dr Faasse’s research has shown that people generally tend to pay closer attention to negative information than positive information. This tendency, which is called negative bias, extends to negative information about vaccines, including side effects. “Knowing this about ourselves and making sure we keep a look out for the positive information too, can help to ensure we are getting more balanced information about the vaccines,” she says.

Beyond individual motivation, the amount of information about COVID vaccines on social media, some accurate and some less accurate, can be confusing and overwhelming. The result of the flood of information has tangible outcomes. In one of the studies, researchers gave people placebo pills, sugar pills, and told them that they were taking an active medication. Some participants just read a standard information leaflet about side effects, and others saw another participant (actually an actor in the study) report that they had had side effects. Dr Faasse says people posting about COVID vaccine side effects on social media are probably having similar effects on those who read their posts and that’s mirrored in recent concerns from medical experts, who are observing Australia’s rising vaccine hesitancy. She says there is evidence that people who feel more at risk from COVID are more willing to get vaccinated. It will be difficult to shift the views of a small number of people, but those who will refuse the vaccination under any circumstances are in the minority. “If people are willing to get the vaccine to protect themselves and their loved ones, then Australia can start to focus on life after this pandemic.”


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Business Awards recognise the best the GV has to offer WITH 12 categories in this year's 2021 W h ite K i ng- Pent a l Tr iple M Business Awards hosted by the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry, nominations are being sought to showcase and honour outstanding contributions over the past difficult year. Category 11 is a new category for Environmental/sustainable business of the year award. This award is to recognise a business that is adapting to a changing climate and a low carbon economy. Customers are recognising the footprint of a business and carbon emissions as being important with businesses that are interacting with. Directors and managers need to take into account the carbon intensity to illustrate this to stakeholders and customers to ensure their patronage. This particular category is being sponsored by Greater Shepparton City Council Environmental Department. N o m i n a t e o n l i n e a t h t t p s : // sheppartonbusinessawards.com.au/ nominate

ADAPTING TO CHANGE... Greater Shepparton City Council, manager Environment, Sharon Terry stands next to the Council’s electric vehicle charging station with one of the Council’s electric vehicles behind her. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

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My pet has a lump, what should I do?

AT some point in time in the life of a pet owner, you are likely to be faced with the fearful discovery that your pet has a lump. Lumps and bumps are very common and just like in people, some lumps can be nasty and cancerous, whilst others can be completely harmless. The best thing to do of course if you find a lump on your pet is to have it checked by your vet. The ones to worry about might be changing rapidly in shape, size and colour. They might be ulcerated or bleeding intermittently, or perhaps they might be in an awkward spot such as near an eye or in between toes. There is absolutely no harm in having a lump checked. If further information is required after they have assessed fine needle aspirates in the clinic, by sending the slide to the veterinary laboratories for further analysis. Some lumps too are better to be biopsied (excisional biopsy as opposed to fine needle aspirate) or surgically removed and the vet can help create the best plan for each individual case. A very quick and easy and cheap test that takes less than five minutes at the vet clinic can often be performed on worrisome lumps that involves taking a very small sample with a very fine needle,

CHECKING FOR BUMPS AND LUMPS... GV Vets principal, Dr Brett Davis and his own dog, Poppy, who recently had a lump removed. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

squirting a little sample onto a microscope slide and examining the cells under a microscope. We can tell a lot about a lump from what we see on these slides and we can get a very good idea of whether a lump is something to worry about and should be treated, or whether it is harmless and can be left alone and a close eye kept on it for any changes. GV Vets are doing free diagnosis checks for lumps and bumps on your pets during the month of June. GV Vets are located at 169 Nixon Street Shepparton. You can make a booking online at GVVets.com.au or by calling them on 5878 1144


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How to speak with a loved one about aged care MOST Australians want to live at home for as long as possible. However, not many give much thought into the services or care they’ll need as they get older. “There are already so many big decisions to consider when people get older, and aged care only adds to the list,” said Victoria Carmody, Home Care Services Manager at Latrobe Community Health Service. “Many families tell us their biggest regret is not looking into aged care before they needed help as they didn’t realise they may need to wait to receive services.” Ms Carmody recommends the following steps to make the conversation easier for everyone: 1. Research aged care options. Visit ­­w ww.myagedcare.gov.au 2. Plan a suitable time and place to have the conversation. 3. Use ‘I’ statements, such as ‘I am’, ‘I feel’, ‘I would like’, ‘I think’. Ask ‘how do you feel?’, ‘what do you think?’. 4. Discuss options, but don’t force them. 5. Listen and be respectful. 6. Bri ng a neut ral voice i nto t he

START THE CONVERSATION… Tips to make the conversation about aged care a little easier. Photo: Supplied

conversation to mediate and ensu re everyone is heard. Latrobe Community Health Service provides free and impartial advice about aged care options. Phone 1800 242 696 today.

Campaigners against duck hunting WHILE duck hunters are complaining about the shortened season imposed on them this year equally impacted by the restrictions the COVID-pandemic, on the other side of the equation are those that see duck hunting as animal cruelty. The Coalition Against Duck Shooting campaign director, Laurie Levy, said today: “Duck shooting is all about violence and cruelty to Australia’s beautiful native waterbirds. Yet to my knowledge, there has never been a single prosecution against a duck shooter for a cruelty offence under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. In other words, duck shooters have always been protected by those in power from cruelty prosecutions. “Duck shooting is a dying activity that

is all about animal abuse. We are hoping footage that has been taken will lead to the first prosecution of a duck shooter for allegedly serious and extreme acts of cruelty under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act,” Levy said. “The problem is that the Game Management Authority is the sole regulator that can prosecute duck shooters under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, but it has a serious conflict of interest as it is also the manager that advocates and promotes duck shooting in Victoria.” ‘Meanwhile, the RSPCA, that once protected all animals great and small, is not allowed to prosecute duck shooters for cruelty offences,” said Levy.

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Local motor racing identity puts his collection up for auction IMAGINE if you will, driving through the streets of Shepparton in a 1972 Jaguar E-type V12 roadster. You can if you can beat the rush at the auction. Shepparton racing identity, Bryan ‘Thommo’ Thomson is putting a number of his motor collection up sake at an online auction on Sunday June 20. Highlights from Thomson’s private collection include the Jag, a 1972 Jaguar E-Type Series 3 V12 Roadster (lot 23, $150,000170,000), a highly original car which Bryan has owned for over forty years and a 1998 Toyota Supra RZ 3-Litre Coupe (lot 22, $50,00070,000) also owned by Bryan, for over 17 years, with only 41,700km on the clock. Born in Victoria in 1935, Bryan ‘Thommo’ Thomson’s first foray into motorsport was in 1953 on a grass racing track at Lemnos near Shepparton. His competing career went on to span an incredible five decades racing against the likes of Brockie, Allan Moffat and Norm Beechey. Aside from his racing career, Bryan had a successful Volvo dealership in Shepparton and a little known fact was that he was also a

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LOCAL MOTOR RACING IDENTITY PUTS SOME VEHICLES ON THE BLOCK... Bryan Thomson has a collection of bikes and cars that will go to auction. Photo: Supplied

prime mover in the establishment of Winton Raceway. Today, at 86, he still rides up to 400km every week on his Ducati Multistrada, and his hope is that his collection of cars and motorcycles featured in the auction will bring as much enjoyment and happiness to others as it has to him over the years. For sale will also be a rare 1981 Suzuki GSX1100S ‘Katana’ Six Hour Special’ (lot 8, $30,000-40,000) owned by Bryan for over forty years and a 1956 Velocette MAC 350 For further information on the auction contact Donnington Auctions at https://doningtonauctions.com.au

Future leaders building resilience DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS... Program manager of Geared4Careers, Craig Mangan, was a part of the 2020 Fairley Leadership Program and reflects on the positive impact it had. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

This article is sponsored by gmcu THE Fairley Leadership Program has fostered many great leaders in our community across different industries and walks of life, and 2020 presented a unique experience to its graduates. Program manager of Geared4Careers, Craig Mangan, completed the program last year. Funded by GAME Traffic and Contracting and Recruitment Select, the Geared4Careers program works with secondary schools to assist students with workforce readiness and further education pathways. Craig was grateful for the opportunity to participate in the program that he and many others deem critical for the future of our region. “I learnt so much not only about leadership but also about our community, particularly things I haven’t been exposed to in the past such as the intricacies of water, tourism, arts and the legal system,” said Craig. “This program gave me the opportunity to hear from local leaders within our community first hand while they were dealing with the challenges of COVID. I learnt a lot and it was great to hear their stories of resilience, problem solving and leading through uncertainty and change.” Craig is currently supported by a mentor through the Fairley Leadership Program and is about to commence a stint as a co-opted board member. He is also involved with the Lighthouse Secondary and Transitions Collaborative Meeting Group and the Greater Shepparton Foundations Lift off Scholarships program, both of which are invaluable projects for our region. “I looked at the end of the Fairley year as not the end of the program, but the beginning of the next chapter,” said Craig. The program provides an opportunity for people, such as Craig, to develop leadership skills across the Goulburn Murray region, explore the major issues facing the region and assist positive change.


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Local firm named Vic Franchisee of the Year GOODYEAR Autocare Shepparton at Central Tyres Service has been named ‘2018 - 2020 VIC / TAS Regional Franchisee of the Year’ at the 2021 Goodyear Autocare National Conference. Goodyear Autocare Shepparton franchisee, Rod Poliness said he was very honoured to receive the award. "We are thrilled and very proud that our hard work and devotion to the business has been recognised. We always strive to maintain the highest standard of service and this award reflects that,” Rod said. "While this is a great achievement, none of it would have

been possible without the ongoing support of our wonderful staff and the community. It's been so rewarding growing the business into what it is today." The stores were assessed across a number of key areas including Sales Performance, Store Presentation and Customer Service among others. The award was announced at the conference’s Gala Dinner in the company of more than 250 of Rod’s peers, suppliers, and Goodyear & Dunlop Tyres associates. State and national winners and inductees into the Goodyear Hall of Fame were also announced during the event.

VICTORIA”S BEST FROM SHEPPARTON... Goodyear Autocare franchisee, Rod Poliness from Central Tyre Service and David Stafford, Franchising & Licencing director, Goodyear & Dunlop Tyres. Photo: Supplied

$25,000 Giveaway only weeks away 2021 GMCU

BEGINNING soon, the GMCU $25,000 Giveaway will be launched with a large number of traders in Shepparton. The official launch now will be on June 23 running through until August 8 with more than 37 winners of cash prizes ranging

from $500 to $5,000. Each week, six lucky shoppers will win $500 with Grand Prizes of $5,000 and four runner-up prizes of $1,000 and two at $500. Entry is as easy as 1-2-3.

It’s cray cray! JUNE 1st marks the start of Winter and also the opening of Murray spiny freshwater crayfish open season. Murray spiny freshwater crayfish, the world’s second largest freshwater crayfish, are mainly found in the Murray and Murrumbidgee River catchments and their tributaries. In Victoria, the Mitta Mitta, Kiewa, Ovens and Goulburn River catchments are the places to go to catch a feed of delicious crays. The measurement of crays is extremely vital,

and catches must be measured accurately with a gauge or callipers. Crayfish must be between a minimum 10cm carapace length and maximum 12cm carapace length. There is a statewide possession limit for Murray spiny freshwater crayfish of four. This is the maximum number of Murray spiny freshwater crayfish that a person can possess at any one time anywhere in Victoria. “After no season last year, this year is set to be a big one,” said Shane Threlfall

Simply spend $10 or more at any of the participating stores (including online purchases), log in to our website with the QR code, take a photo of your receipt to attach, submit your details and be in the running to win.

IT’S TIME TO GET CRAY... June 1st marked the start of the crayfish open season but be sure to read up on the rules and regulations. Photo: Kelly Lucas

“Many of our customers have already reported a great season and it’s only just begun.” To ensure a sustainable fishery for future generations, there are a number of rules

recreational fishers must follow when collecting Murray crayfish which are outlined on the Victorian Fisheries Authority’s website, vfa.vic. gov.au.

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humble public house AN Australian institution, you can be forgiven for thinking that pubs started here in our own backyard or with our Irish cousins. However, like most things in the western world, the roots of the pub can be traced back to the Romans. As the Roman Empire expanded into Celtic Europe, roads were built to make it easier for their armies and merchants and colonists to travel. On these roads, every 30kms or so, there would be a ‘Tabernae’ or ‘Tavern’. All cultures prior to the Romans had drinking establishments, but this is the one that most influenced modern pubs. These Taverns were a lot like hostels where one could get a fufulling feed, a good night's rest and enjoy the company of others. In Australia, pubs were the first structures built in newly colonised areas, especially on

BRIEF HISTORY OF ‘THE PUB’... Thank the Romans. Photo: Supplied

the goldfields, and new towns often grew around them. Pubs typically served multiple functions, simultaneously serving as hostelry, post office, restaurant, meeting place and even at times the general store.

Country pubs have come to epitomise regional living. They have a habit of becoming meeting points for all the locals and a calling point for visitors. With so many great pubs in our region, we’ll have to thank the Romans for their brilliant initiative.

It’s not all about WHILE beer reigns supreme in the Australian pub culture, the origins of different types of alcohol can be quite interesting and make for good small talk.

BRANDY Dutch traders double-distilled French wine and placed them in oak barrels shipped back to the Netherlands to keep their merchandise from spoiling. Inadvertently, the ship's voyage became the maturation process to turn French wine into brandewijn or ‘burnt wine’, which resulted in a more complex flavor profile that's definitely an acquired taste. GIN Like with most liquors, gin was originally

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concocted to battle malaria. As with the other spirits that came before it, people realised gin was even better as a leisurely tipple. Gin is distilled from juniper berries and is most famous for its marriage with tonic and a slice of lemon. Gin and tonic used to be an upperclass (and at times, boring) cocktail, but today, it's become more popular due to the infusion of botanicals, spices, and herbs to give the traditional G&T a modern twist. Pink gin has recently become quite popular. RUM Short for rumbullion, rum was also called ‘kill-devil’, suggesting that people drank it to fight their demons. It's typically distilled from molasses, sugarcane syrup, or sugarcane

TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT... While beer is a pub favourite, winter is a great time to try something different. Photo: Supplied

juice and is aged in oak barrels or various wine casks to add color and flavor. British sailors would often be rationed with rum during their voyages - which is probably why pillaging pirates loved the stuff, too. WHISKEY From the Gaelic term uisge beatha meaning ‘water of life’, whiskey was originally used as a medicine, limited to apothecaries and monasteries in Ireland and Scotland. (Despite modern medicine, some may argue that whisky still heals other pains, too.) Whiskey is commonly made from a literal mishmash of barley, rye, corn, or wheat distilled into alcohol and aged in wooden barrels.


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A LOCAL institution, the Mooroopna Golf Club is over 90 years old. A place to enjoy golfing, play bowls, dine and stock up on your golf needs thanks to their pro shop, it’s a great must see in our region. Their Eagles & Birdies Bistro is situated the greens and fairways of the golf club. Open for dinner, enjoy a delicious meal created by chefs, Rob Gessert and Lisa Marsden, who work in unison to deliver a menu that has something for everyone.

Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions you must pre-book. “Tempt your taste buds with steaks, parmies, roasts and seafood. We are passionate about providing quality, fresh produce and consistency,” said Mooroopna Golf Club manager, Craig Prothero. Drop in to the Mooroopna Golf Club, located at 2 Fairway Drive Mooroopna, or give the bistro a call on 5825 4798. Visit mooroopnagolfclub.com for further information and COVID-19 protocols.

THE EAGLES AND THE BIRDIES... Mooroopna golf club is a golfing, bowls and dining destination. Photo: Katelyn Morse

What your

favourite pub meal says about you CHICKEN PARMIGIANA Most likely an introvert, you also aren’t very partial to change. A creature of comfort, you like to feel comfortable and are reliable, loyal and dependable...much like a chicken parmigiana. BURGER You get the best of everything with burger. A juicy meat patty, salad, bread and all with a side of chips! Burgers aren’t the most elegant thing to eat, so chances are you are confident, have a big mouth and are maybe a touch indecisive, hence selecting something that is a combination of other meals. STEAK This can go a few ways. Perhaps you are a health-conscious gym goer, trying to enjoy eating out while staying lean, and opt to pair a salad with your steak. Or maybe you naturally have a great body (and every body is a great body!) and are free to enjoy delicious chips. If you choose vegetables, there’s a high chance you’re not much fun at parties. And we haven’t even gotten into how you like your steak, so rare you may be

ARE YOU A STEAK PERSON?... What the four most popular pub meal choices say about you. Photo: Supplied

a vampire or so well done you could kick it around the footy field, that’s another kettle of fish. With so many options, it’s safe to say you could fall under a multitude of personality types. FISH AND CHIPS Also, a favourite off the children’s menu, maybe selecting this option indicates you are a little immature. That’s fine though, because we can also bet you’re funny, silly and love tomato sauce...like a child.

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COMMUNITY CONNECT / NEWS

COMMUNITY CONNECT Let’s agree to disagree Tell us about your ‘not-for-profit’ community events via email at classifieds@ sheppartonadviser.com.au or fax on 5832 8920 (information is required at least 2 weeks before an event). Please note listings are to be fewer than 55 words.

UPCOMING INDEPENDENT AND PART PENSIONER RETIREES You are invited to the meeting of above organisation at the Overlander Hotel/Motel 97 Benalla Rd Shepparton on Wednesday June 23, at 10am to hear Cr Shane Sali speak on his experiences of being a new councillor. Contact Bruce Lloyd AM. 0428 575 105 . GOULBURN VALLEY SPIRITUALIST CENTRE Holding their next Meeting on Sunday June 13, at 2.30pm at the North Shepparton Community Centre. Pananda Kohlmann will be doing the readings, and Margaret with be doing the talk. We are also holding a workshop on Monday June 14, 10-3pm An Introduction to your Birthdate Crystal Power Grid with Margaret Percy. Enquiries Jan 0427 745 354 ONGOING GROW Mental wellbeing: Depressed? Anxious? Isolated? Suffering grief or loss? Know someone who is? Grow groups meet weekly to offer peer support and use a proven educational program for mental wellbeing. Shepparton: 11 Service St, 1pm Wed. Tatura: 9 Kerferd St, 10am Wed. Visit www.grow.org.au for online groups. Details: Lindy 0448 052 769 CARAVAN CLUB THE MURRAY RIVER RAMBLERS Would like to invite you to join us for relaxing weekends spent with like-minded RV enthusiasts, phone Kaye, 0408 230 147 MOOROOPNA CROQUET CLUB have

sessions of croquet on Wednesday and Saturday mornings starting at 9.15am and Thursday evenings at 6.15pm. A good sport for all age groups, all equipment supplied, very friendly club. Ring 5825 4541 for more information. FAMILY ANONYMOUS Family Anonymous is a self-help group for families and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol or related behavioural issues. Meetings are held each Wednesday from 6pm to 7.30pm at Church of Christ meeting room, corner of Nixon St and Corio St, Shepparton. For more details phone 0475 272 680 or email fashepparton@gmail.com OVER 60S FRIENDSHIP GROUP The over 60’s Friendship group is a friendly social group that meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Cassablanca Restaurant, 125 High St Shepparton at 6:00pm to have a meal and discuss the coming months itinerary for day time and evening outings. We welcome singles, singles and friend and couples from the Shepparton and surrounding areas. There is no committee, fees, or commitment to attend outings, but input on where to dine out, places of interest to explore and fun activities are welcome. For more information please contact David on 0409 133 044 or Jan on 0458 211 104 If you would like to have your community activity listed in our revised Community Connect, simply submit details in 50 words or less to editorial@sheppartonadviser.com.au

By Jeremy Rensford IS it just me, or is society getting more and more polarised? We can tend to ignore, cancel, vilify and abhor those we disagree with. Recent political and world events have brought a parochial hard edge, with strong dismissive opinions now the norm. There was something innocent and attractive about yesteryear when, for example, sporting gladiators could share a beer with their opponents after the game and even the umpires were invited! Now, it seems we are all too eager to find someone that agrees with us and wipe those that don't. Hard left or hard right? Who's in the middle these days? What have we become? I'm a believer in the destination called 'let's agree to disagree'. And the best way to get there is to befriend our so called 'opponents', and empathise with where they are coming from. I try and do my best to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, "Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don't look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too." (Philippians 2:4)." I'm learning that when I take this approach that I can't hate even the most diametrically opposed individual and they even become a potential friend. It's time that we stop and realise that there's a lot to learn from those that may not share our worldview. If we come humbly rather than arrogantly and rhetorically what could be a fistfight becomes a growing experience for both

AGREE TO DISAGREE... Shepparton Minister’s chairman, Jeremy Rensford. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

parties. I'll leave you with a thought, do you know who I've had the most arguments with in my life? My wife Linda and she also happens to be the person I love the very most in this world! A coincidence? No! We've learned to reason together and most times come to an agreement, but when we can't figure things out we agree to disagree. I look forward to seeing some readers of this article down the street soon and let's have a lovely little disagreement (amongst all the other conversations of course) to deepen our friendship.

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NEWS

Australia made winners are grinners Three delighted people took home a hamper full of locally produced, Australia made products including some from Pental, SPC and Shepparton Access.

NEVER WON ANYTHING BEFORE... The Adviser sales manager, Mel Spencer hands Bob Van Merkesteyn with a hamper full of Australia made products. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS... The Adviser managing editor, Geoff Adams with winner Ann Sexton and The Adviser receptionist, Dani Burns. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

ANOTHER WINNER... The Adviser sales manager, Mel Spencer with winner Pat Simpson. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

Satisfaction measured THE fourth quarter Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey, on behalf of Greater Shepparton City Council, will commence on Tuesday June 1 and will cease on Tuesday June 22 via phone. No personal details will be asked during the survey, only questions relating to resident’s demographics and their views on Council performance. If you receive

a phone call claiming to be Greater Shepparton City Council asking to update personal information, it is advised you end the call and contact the police. The Community Satisfaction Survey is conducted by Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CAT I) as a representative random probability survey of residents aged 18+ years in the Greater

Shepparton municipality. All responses are confidential and grouped with others. The results of the Quarter 4 Community Satisfaction Survey will be made available following presentation to Council. “The survey is an important measure for Council to understand how well it is meeting community expectations of the services it provides,” Greater Shepparton

City Council Director Corporate Services Chris Teitzel said. “The survey aims to gather impressions on a number of services, facilities and activities Council provides,” “If contacted, I encourage residents to participate and have their say on the various topics presented.”

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TV Guide - WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 TO TUESDAY JUNE 15, 2021 80 6

60 5 7.30 Big Brother: Presented by Sonia Kruger 9.00 The Front Bar: Presented by Sam Pang, Mick Molloy and Andy Maher 10.00 The Latest: Seven News 10.30 Ramsay's 24 Hours To Hell And Back 11.30 Autopsy USA 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today: Presented by Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Driving Test 1.30 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 3.00 Tipping Point: Presented by Ben Shepherd 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot

Seat: Presented by Eddie McGuire 5.30 Nine News Local 6.00 Nine News 7.00 State Of Origin Preview 8.00 State Of Origin Match 10.10 State Of Origin Post-Match 11.10 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 2.15 Dateline 2.45 Insight 3.45 The Cook Up 4.15 Tony Robinson's Coast To Coast 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Britain's Cathedrals

8.30 Secrets Of The Cadbury Chocolate Factory 9.25 Bloodlands 10.30 SBS World News 11.00 Stella Blomkvist 11.55 The Night Manager 3.20 Alex Polizzi The Fixer 4.25 Vice Guide To Film 4.55 Destination Flavour Singapore Bitesize

Thursday

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Anh's Brush With Fame 11.00 Can We Save The Reef? 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Hard Quiz 1.30 Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL 2.00 Pine Gap 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Think Tank

5.00 One Plus One 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Q+A 9.35 A Life In Ten Pictures 10.30 ABC News 11.00 Movie: A Royal Night Out 12.35 QI

6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.10 ET 2.30 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 The Bold And The

Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win's All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show 2.30 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise: Presented by Natalie Barr and David Koch 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Pelican Brief 3.00 The Chase: Presented by Bradley Walsh 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia: Presented by

Andrew O’Keefe 6.00 Seven News 7.00 AFL: Port Adelaide v Geelong 11.00 The Latest: Seven News 11.30 Busted In Bangkok: This actionpacked series follows Thai Police officers as they deal with tourists. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Desperate Housewives 2.00 The Weakest Link 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Nine News Local 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT

8.30 Paramedics A mother is badly injured in a car crash, and is desperate to find her baby girl. 9.30 New Amsterdam 10.30 Nine News 11.00 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis 3.00 A Current Affair 3.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 2.00 How The Victorians Built Britain 2.50 Inside Selfridges 3.45 The Cook Up 4.15 Tony Robinson's Coast To Coast 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Robson Green: Walking Hadrian's Wall

8.30 The Unusual Suspects 9.30 The Handmaid's Tale 10.30 SBS World News 11.00 The Sleepers 12.10 Pagan Peak 3.00 Cruising The Mekong 3.50 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 4.45 Destination Flavour Singapore Bitesize

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Q+A 11.00 George Clarke's Amazing Spaces 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 That Pacific Sports Show 2.00 Smother 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Think Tank 5.00 One Plus One

5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Gardening Australia 8.30 Vera 10.00 Doc Martin 10.50 ABC News 11.05 The Vaccine 11.20 Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL 11.50 You Can't Ask That 12.25 rage

6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 The Living Room 2.00 ET 2.30 Everyday Gourmet 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News

6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.30 Not Announced 10.25 Nick Cody: Live At The Enmore 11.30 How To Stay Married 12.00 Win's All Australian News 1.00 The Project 2.00 The Late Show 3.00 Home Shopping

5.30 Sunrise: Presented by Natalie Barr and David Koch 9.00 The Morning Show: Presented by Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Vegas Vacation: Randy Quaid, Ethan Embry, Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Marisol

Nichols 2.00 House Of Wellness 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens 7.30 AFL: Sydney v Hawthorn 11.00 Armchair Experts 11.30 7News Spotlight 12.30 Home Shopping

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 While We're Young 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Nine News Local 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Bondi Vet: Two puppies are suspected of having a run-in with a

deadly cane toad. 8.30 Movie: No Reservations: Catherine Zeta Jones, Aaron Eckhart, Abigail Breslin 10.35 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis - Pre Show 11.00 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis 4.00 Surfing Australia TV 4.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 2.10 How The Victorians Built Britain 3.00 NITV News: Nula 2021 3.30 Welcome To Country 3.40 The Cook Up 4.15 Tony Robinson's Coast To Coast 5.05 Jeopardy!

5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Extreme Railway Journeys 8.30 World's Most Beautiful Railway 9.25 Hitler’s Supercars 10.20 SBS World News 10.50 Beforeigners 11.50 Luther 3.50 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 10.00 rage 12.00 ABC News 12.30 George Clarke's Amazing Spaces 1.20 David Stratton's Stories Of Australian Cinema 2.20 Love On The Spectrum 4.20 Landline 4.50 Scottish Vets Down Under

5.20 Secrets of the Museum 6.10 Extraordinary Escapes 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Durrells 8.20 Sanditon: Tension between Tom and his labourers erupt during the Sanditon cricket match. 9.10 Wakefield: 10.05 MotherFatherSon 11.05 Delicious

6.00 WhichCar 6.30 ET 7.00 Escape Fishing 7.30 Offroad Adventure 8.30 All 4 Adventure 9.30 Studio 10: Saturday 12.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 12.30 Everyday Gourmet 1 .00 10 Minute Kitchen 1.30 Healthy Homes 2.00 William And Catherine 3.00 What's Up Down

Under 3.30 The Living Room 4.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 5.00 10 News 6.00 Advancing Australia 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 The Dog House 8.00 The Savoy 9.00 Ambulance Australia 10.00 999: What's Your Emergency? 11.00 NCIS

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise: Presented by Matt Doran and Monique Wright 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend: Presented by Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies 12.00 Horse Racing: Eagle Farm/ Randwick 5.00 Seven News

5.30 Border Security Australia's Front Line: Go behind-the-scenes of our Immigration, Customs and Quarantine Departments. Presented by Grant Bowler 6.00 Seven News 7.00 AFL: St Kilda v Adelaide 11.00 Crime Investigation Australia 12.30 Home Shopping

5.30 A Current Affair 6.00 Easy Eats 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra Saturday 12.00 Surfing Australia TV 12.30 Reel Destinations 1.00 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2.30 Explore TV 3.00 Suncorp Super Netball: Giants v

Lightning 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 David Attenborough's A Perfect Planet 8.40 Movie: The Fate Of The Furious 11.20 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis 4.00 Surfing Australia TV

5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Baku 3.35 Great British Railway Journeys 4.05 Trail Towns 4.35 Planet Expedition 5.35 How The Nazis Lost The War 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Extreme Railway Journeys

8.30 Lost Treasures Of The Maya 9.30 Movie: Lost City Of Z (The US) 12.00 Movie: Chappaquiddick (Sweden) 2.00 Movie: Mother! (The US) 4.10 Vice Guide To Film 4.40 Destination Flavour Scandinavia Bitesize

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 Doc Martin 3.15 Scottish Vets Down Under

3.50 Restoration Australia 4.30 Scottish Vets Down Under 5.00 Art Works 5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 7.40 Spicks And Specks 8.30 Jack Irish 9.20 Smother 10.15 Unforgotten 11.00 Glitch

6.00 Mass At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Leading The Way 7.30 On The Coast 8.00 Pooches At Play 8.30 Freshly Picked 9.00 Australia By Design 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday 12.00 Advancing Australia 12.30 Left Off The Map 1.00 My Market Kitchen 1.30 Good Chef Bad Chef

2.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.30 Masterchef Australia 3.30 Hotels By Design 4.00 Fishing Australia 4.30 Farm To Fork 5.00 10 News 6.30 Sunday Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 FBI 12.00 Sunday Project 1.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12.00 House Of Wellness 1.00 Kochie's Your Money & Your Life: David Koch provides practical advice to small and medium-sized business owners to help cement future success. 1.30 Highway Cops: A

cattle truck flips, plunging livestock into a river and traps a steer beneath the wreckage. 2.00 VFL 5.00 Seven News 5.30 Border Security Australia's Front Line 6.00 Seven News 7.00 7NEWS Spotlight 8.15 Movie: Taken 2 10.15 Movie: Taken 3 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

6.00 Easy Eats 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Sunday Footy Show 12.00 Sports Sunday 1.00 Suncorp Super Netball Firebirds v Fever 3.00 David Attenborough's A Perfect Planet 4.00 Bondi Vet 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News

7.00 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 8.30 60 Minutes 9.30 Nine News 10.00 Not Announced 10.30 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis - Pre Show 11.00 Roland Garros 2021 - French Open Tennis 3.00 Reel Destinations 3.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 Motorsport: Ausmoto Show 2021 3.30 Cycling: Criterium Du Dauphine 2021 4.30 The Untold Story Of Australian Wrestling 4.40 Hitler And Churchill 5.35 How The Nazis Lost The War 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Real Hunt for Red October: A look at

the events that inspired Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October 9.15 Batavia Revealed 10.15 A Modern Mutiny: Untold Australia 11.15 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.05 24 Hours In Emergency 2.00 7.7 Billion People And Counting 3.00 What's The Matter With Tony Slattery?

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Landline 11.00 Howard On Menzies 12.00 ABC News 1.00 The Durrells 2.00 Pine Gap 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Think Tank 5.00 One Plus One 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News

7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.15 Media Watch 9.35 Murder 24/7 10.35 ABC News 11.05 Love On The Spectrum 12.55 MotherFather Son 1.55 Marcella 2.40 rage 4.25 The Drum 5.25 7.30

6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.30 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4. 00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News

6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.40 How To Stay Married 10.10 Just For Laughs 10.40 The Project 11.40 Win's All Australian News 12.40 The Late Show 1.30 Home Shopping

5.30 Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Mommy's Little Princess 2.00 AFL Pre-Game: The Big Freeze 3.00 AFL: Melbourne v Collingwood 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Big Brother

9.00 9-1-1: Lone Star: The crew responds to a military tank on the loose in downtown Austin. 10.00 S.W.A.T. 11.00 The Latest: Seven News 11.30 Filthy Rich: Margaret finds a way to capitalise on a surprise revelation. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Getaway 1.30 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.3 0 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Nine News Local 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Celebrity

Apprentice Australia 9.00 Emergency 10.00 Footy Classified 11.00 Nine News 11.30 The Arrangement 12.15 Tipping Point 1.05 A Current Affair 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Take Two 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 2.15 How The Victorians Built Britain 3.10 Great British Railway Journeys 3.45 The Cook Up with Adam Liaw 4.15 Tony Robinson's Coast To Coast 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers

6.00 Mastermind 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Secrets of The Tower Of London 8.30 Secret Scotland 9.25 24 Hours In Emergency 10.20 SBS World News 10.50 Darklands 11.45 Agatha Christie's Criminal Games 1.30 Years And Years 2.35 Alex Polizzi The Fixer

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Four Corners 11.00 Antiques Roadshow 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Sanditon 2.00 Parliament 3.15 ABC News 4.00 Think Tank 4.55 One Plus One 5.25 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News

7.30 7.30 8.00 Anh's Brush With Fame 8.30 Finding The Archibald 9.30 Fightback Farmers 10.30 China Tonight 11.00 ABC News 11.30 Q+A 12.35 Parliament 1.35 A Life In Ten Pictures 2.30 Marcella 3.15 rage

6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 2.30 Everyday Gourmet 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful

5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.40 How To Stay Married 9.10 NCIS 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: Maternal Instinct 2.00 Autopsy USA 3.00 The Chase: Presented by Bradley Walsh 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 Big Brother 9.00 Movie: Deadpool 11.15 Reckoning: As the fate of the woman who disappeared 26 years earlier crystallises, the RRK tries to point police towards his latest victim -- only to find that the remains have vanished. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 The Pet Rescuers 1.30 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat: Presented by Eddie McGuire 5.30 Nine News Local 6.00 Nine News

7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Celebrity Apprentice Australia 9.00 The Weakest Link 10.00 Kath & Kim: Kath becomes a health professional. 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Emergence 12.15 Tipping Point 1.05 A Current Affair 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Take Two

5.00 World Watch 2.00 How The Victorians Built Britain 2.50 Yawuru Country 3.15 Living Black 3.45 The Cook Up with Adam Liaw 4.15 Alex Polizzi's Secret Italy 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind 6.30 SBS World News

7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 The Feed 10.30 SBS World News 11.00 Tour De France: The Legend 12.00 Taken Down: The police interrogate Wayne. 1.00 The Last Wave 3.00 Catfish 4.30 Vice Guide To Film

Wednesday

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Jodi Picoult's Salem Falls 2.00 Autopsy USA 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

Friday

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4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.40 Bull 10.30 The Project 11.30 Win's All Australian News 12.30 The Late Show 1.30 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

Saturday

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6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.10 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 2.30 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

Sunday

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EMPLOYMENT Kindness Kare are a company supporting young people and their familiies through NDIS who have a disability and those who require pallative care with; nursing care, respite care, community access and social interaction, companionship, mentoring and education, assistance to improve quality of life and domestic assistance and home help.

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Shed Erection Contractor/s Telfords is looking for shed erection contractor/s to join our team for immediate start to erect small to medium size buildings, there will be traveling involved. Applicants must have all current insurances and licences. All applications to The Manager PO Box 1553 (30 Florence St) Shepparton, Vic 3632 Email: accounts@telfords.com.au

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We are seeking applications for an energetic, enthusiastic, and well presented and customer service focused person to join our committed team full time. This role presents a great opportunity to start a rewarding career in the fuel, lubes and logistics arena, providing high levels of service to our customers. Key Responsibilities; The right person for this role will have the ability to take on a variety of roles within the depot; the primary role will be to support the activities of the depot, manage the day to day data entry and reporting schedules, action tasks as directed by the Depot Manager, and learning to manage the delivery scheduling process for daily deliveries. Other duties include stock control of bulk fuels, and assisting with general enquiries, and providing great customer service. Competencies: • Great verbal and written communication skills • Excellent mathematical aptitude • Ability to adapt quickly, prioritise and problem solve delivery demands • Good computer skills (MS Outlook, Word & Excel) • Good understanding of the local district to support scheduling • Good time management and organisational skills • Be willing to obtain and maintain a Dangerous Goods Licence You will commence on a starting salary with opportunities for career development within the industry. Applicants considered for this position will be required to undergo a company pre employment medical assessment and must abide by the company Drug and Alcohol policy.

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Excellent written, organisational and communication skills are a must as is an understanding or workable knowledge of Apple Mac operating systems and Microsoft programs such as Outlook and Word. The following tasks relate to this position: • General and community news gathering and reporting

• News on the Arts • Digital photography • Website / Online articles / Social Media

If you have a can-do attitude, are passionate about writing, passionate about your community and you possess excellent time management, organisational and customer service skills, we can’t wait to have a chat! DO NOT pass up this opportunity, forward your application letter, resume and any relevant documents/examples of your work ASAP to admin@ sheppartonadviser.com.au ** Only permanent Australian Citizen/Residents may apply.

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We have a fantastic opportunity in our Editorial team! We’re currently seeking applications for an senior journalist/writer to join The Adviser, this region’s largest circulating and best read newspaper.

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Depot Manager – SHEPPARTON

We are seeking applications from energetic, enthusiastic, and well presented service-oriented persons to join our committed team in a full time role. Tasco Petroleum is offering a great opportunity for a rewarding leadership career in the fuel, lubes and logistics arena, with plenty of training and development potential. Key Responsibilities; The right person for this role will have the ability to learn, lead and expand the business in the local district. Duties include managing a small team on a daily basis with the support from the Area Manager and senior management team, delivery scheduling, compliance of assets (trucks), maintenance and safety of all processes and equipment, stock management, and of course providing great customer service. Competencies: • Great verbal and written communication skills • Confidence to lead by example • Established experience managing staff to optimise performance • Good computer skills (MS Outlook, Word & Excel) • Familiarity with the local district to support scheduling • Efficient time management and organisational skills • Ability to use initiative and resourcefulness for problem solving • Good understanding of safety and environmental legislation The successful applicant will be offered a starting salary and company vehicle. Further salary review will occur after the probationary period, and the demonstration of relevant skills and specific internal training. Applicants considered for this position will be required to undergo a company pre employment medical assessment and must abide by the company Drug and Alcohol policy. Tasco Petroleum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you are interested in this challenging and rewarding position, please forward your resume to:humanresources@tascopetroleum.com.au

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Applications close Friday June 18th 2021 and all applications will be treated as confidential.

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CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT

Career Opportunities Finance Business Partner

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These positions close midnight Sunday 12 December 2021.

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As of July 2019, it is now a requirement under the Domestic Animals Act 1994, that an advertisement must include the unique source number (required from the Pet Exchange Register) of the seller and the individual microchip number of each cat or dog being sold or given away. These requirements apply to puppies and kittens as well as adult dogs and cats. For further information phone 5832 8900.

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Lance Woodhouse, OAM. With great sadness, the Board, management, staff and residents of Shepparton Villages mourn the passing of our esteemed founding father, passionate supporter and longtime friend, Lance. A past president and life member, his unerring and astute commitment to aged care for the region over more than 60 years has been to the enormous past, present and ongoing benefit of our community. With wisdom, foresight and dedication, Lance’s legacy is firmly entrenched with Shepparton Villages and we will be forever grateful for his incredible vision and dedication, and valued friendship. Our heartfelt sympathies to Wilma and family. Page 20 – The Adviser Australia No.1:1563 Wednesday, June 9, 2021

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Wendy Lovell MP

WendyLovell LovellMP MP Wendy Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

Member for Northern Victoria Region Working hard for a Active, Local stronger future for the Goulburn Valley and Vocal

For assistance withp:State Government issues, (03) 5821 6668 contact my office e: please wendy.lovell@parliament.vic.gov.au /wendylovellMP p: (03) 5821 6668

e: wendy.lovell@parliament.vic.gov.au Authorised by Wendy Lovell MP, 222 Wyndham Street Shepparton. /wendylovellMP Funded from Parliamentary Budget Authorised by Wendy Lovell MP, 222 Wyndham Street Shepparton. Funded from Parliamentary Budget

DASH BAROLLI

LEONARD BALFOUR

PHILLIP LENON

Phone: 5858 4436 04 23 880 710

Phone: 5825 3861

Phone: 0414 993 394 Shepparton

5

61 Echuca Rd, Mooroopna

5

Shop 3 112-114 Fryers St, Shepparton

DAMIAN DRUM

SEB MANGIAMELI

MARK PERRY

Phone: 5821 5371

Phone: 5821 7155

Phone: 5821 3196

426 Wyndham St, Shepparton

3

6

3 Edward St, Shepparton

5

121 Rowe St, Shepparton

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3

Auto Panel PTY LTD

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

NO TIP 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

6 ESSENDON 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

ROCKY GAGLIARDI

MAX ALLEN

GOODFELLOWS RENTALS & STORAGE

Phone: 5831 1800

Phone: 5822 0861

Phone: 5823 5888

182 High St, Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

98 Drummond Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

Melbourne Rd, South Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5858 5695

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

City Central Arcade, 16/69 High St, Shepparton

ELECTRICAL 4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

FURNITURE

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

JOSH SLEETH

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

3

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

3

6 ESSENDON 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

7900 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kialla

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

SCOTT CAMPBELL

ANGELO KAKOUROS

CRAIG BRAMLEY

8006 Melbourne Rd, Shepparton South

Phone: 0418 524 188

Phone: 5824 1122

Phone: 5823 1590

3

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

Phone: 5823 1800

44 Wyndham St Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4

MICK O’ROURKE

Phone: 5831 5880

Shop 4, Shepparton Marketplace

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

FRASER KERRINS

Phone: 5822 2055

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

5

64 Stewart St Shepparton

4

4

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

JAMIE SPENCER Corner of High St & St. Georges Rd, Shepparton

4

2

SHEPPARTON

RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS SHEPPARTON

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS 6 BRISBANE

4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP GREAT VALUE

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE $

1

Mangoes

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99 EA

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

5

74 EA

$

SAVE

5

74

Yellowglen Sparkling 750ml Selected Varieties

VIC BOVALINO Phone: 5821 4588

3 ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN PRICE BULLDOGS $

1/2

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

133 Maude St, Shepparton

3

THE PHANTOM

Tatura Christmas Tatura ChristmasEssentials Essentials ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

THE PHANTOM

Phone: 5831 3833

112 Hogan St, Tatura

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

1. INTERSPORT SHEPPARTON ..................................................................... 78 2. HARVEY NORMAN ELECTRICAL ............................................................... 76  3. HARVEY NORMAN FURNITURE ................................................................ 75  4. LOAN MARKET - SHEPPARTON ................................................................ 75  5. GV CARPORTS & PATIOS ......................................................................... 74  6. MARKET MEATS ....................................................................................... 73  7. DAMIAN DRUM MP .................................................................................. 72  8. THE BOTTLE-O WAREHOUSE SHEPPARTON............................................. 72  9. SHEPPARTON RADIATOR & WINDSCREEN ............................................... 72  10.PEPPERMILL INN SHEPPARTON ............................................................... 71  11.DATA PARTS............................................................................................. 71  12.TATURA FOODWORKS ............................................................................. 70  13.LINEMASTA.............................................................................................. 70  14.SHEPPARTON GOLF CLUB ........................................................................ 70  15.GAME TRAFFIC & CONTRACTING ............................................................ 70  16.BAROLLI REAL ESTATE ............................................................................. 70  17.PLASTA KINGS ......................................................................................... 70  18.VIATEK..................................................................................................... 69  19.BALFOUR’S MOOROOPNA & AIRPORT DIRECT ....................................... 69  20.WENDY LOVELL M.P. ............................................................................... 69  21.THE PHANTOM ........................................................................................ 69  22.EAGLE AUTO PANEL ................................................................................. 69  23.VAB HAIRDRESSING ................................................................................ 69  24.ELDERS INSURANCE SHEPPARTON .......................................................... 68  25.GAGLIARDI SCOTT REAL ESTATE.............................................................. 68  26.HARVEY NORMAN COMPUTERS .............................................................. 68  27.A & G CUSTOM FENCING ......................................................................... 67  28.GOODFELLOWS CAR & TRUCK RENTALS ................................................. 67  29.FAIRLEYS SUPA IGA ................................................................................. 65  30.MONARCH PERSONNEL ........................................................................... 63  31.STANDBY SECURITY SERVICES ................................................................ 47 

NIPPER HARVEY

Phone: 5820 2900

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

TOP TIPSTERS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

BECC FISCHER

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 4 COLLINGWOOD

5

KIERAN MOON 5

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

44

$

24 PK

6 ESSENDON 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

EA

$

SAVE

1099

Crown Lager 375ml x 24 pack

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

6 ESSENDON 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS


DUE to COVID, until further notice from the government regards restrictions, both football and netball matches in the region have been cancelled.

WILL PHILLIPS

STEVEN MURRAY

Phone: 5822 7577

Phone: 5822 1555

125-131 New Dookie Rd Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY e if a product is right for you.6 ADELAIDE

3

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

9545. Consider the PDS to decide if a product is right for you.

177-193 Numurkah Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

ADAM DENNY

DARYL EMMETT

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5831 2031 70 Mitchell St, Shepparton

5

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

5

COMPUTERS ROUND 12 SELECTIONS ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

Phone: 0438 372 280

Phone: 0438 354 524 Shepparton

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

FOOTBALL A SPORT FOR ALL.. Young women as well as young men are now flying for the ball. Photos: Will Adams

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

MIKE TIMOTHEE

JARROD HARRY

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

5

281 Wyndham St Shepparton

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4

4 RICHMOND 6 CARLTON 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

Buying your first home

PETER LEHNE

Football is for everyone

RUSS POWELL

Phone: (03) 4418 2621

Phone: 5821 2717

20 Telford Drive, Shepparton

5

15 Golf Dr, Shepparton,

3

     

GOLF CLUB

     

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

6 ESSENDON 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

is not impWENDY ossible.

BRADLEY CAMPBELL

LOVELL

Phone: 0437 710 556

Phone: 5821 6668

193B Corio St, Shepparton

5

222 Wyndham Street Shepparton

4

Wendy Lovell MP

Loans m a d e simple

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

ROUND 12 SELECTIONS

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

NO TIP 4 SYDNEY 6 ADELAIDE

4 RICHMOND 4 W.C EAGLES 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

Contact your local Loan Market broker

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