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Make a Meal in June for Foodshare fundraiser

Mooroopna kids William (7) and fireplace at Barbeques Galore.Charlotte Ryan (5) enjoying a good book Read more about and keeping Barbeque Galore’s warm and comforta Shepparton ble infront of great heater a luxury Lopi offers on page 86440K 13. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

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By Sarah Knight ORGANISERS of the annual Foodshare fundraising dinner, ‘Make a Meal in June’ have once again been faced with the threat of uncertainty, due to the instability and constantly evolving pandemic restrictions. With no guarantee of annual funding, the event, which is held every Winter at The Woolshed at Emerald Bank, is vital for the survival of Foodshare; as it generates approximately a third of the organisation’s annual operating costs. Continued Page 8

FOREFRONT OF NUTRITIONAL INNOVATION... Freedom Foods Group senior research scientist/protein analytical science manager, Dr. Ashwantha K. Enjapoori at the Old Dookie Road, Shepparton factory site. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

Multi-Million dollar industry in our own backyard By Stephanie Holliday LOCATED at the east end of Shepparton, Freedom Foods Group is one of the region’s largest employers, with local residents making up the plant’s 300-plus workforce. Freedom Foods primarily produces dairy

products and nutritional ingredients at the $300M Shepparton site, with the company on the hunt for more locals to help its team meet demand. One of its most valuable products is PU R E n F E R R I N ™ lac tofer r i n , w it h

Freedom Foods having the capacity to produce around 35 tonnes per year. The market price for high-quality lactoferrin globally is somewhere around A$1000$1500 per kg. Continued Page 8


NEWS THE RISE OF NIGLIA... Local Sculpture Artist, Mark Niglia pictured with ‘Dawn’ one of the seven sculptures featured in his current exhibition ‘Wild Horses Rising’. Photo: Supplied

Dark horse in the spotlight

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By Sarah Knight THEY SAY beauty is in the eye of the beholder; when sighted by eyes with a vision, even the distorted, twisted, fragmented and discarded can be salvaged, dusted off and included in the creation of something far greater, more purposeful or beautiful than previously imagined. It takes a certain kind of person to find a way to make the broken beautiful again, and an even braver one to have the courage to share their unique artistic perspective with others. Humble and unassuming local artist, Mark Niglia describes his creative process, as one of certain catharsis, drawing inspiration from moments and life events that have truly moved him. Through his works, Mark explained, he feels a freedom to express his emotions, as he allows them to manifest in the physical form, via his larger-than-life sculptures. Welding and sculpting have always been a part of Mark’s life, he says; though it wasn’t until several of his mares had emerged, that he began to think about exhibitions and potentially sharing his art publicly. Five years on since he finished his first design ‘Dawn’, his collection now features a total of

12, uniquely, individual characters, seven of which are currently on display as a part of the Shepparton Festival. Mark has long-held an affinity and deep respect for horses, he says; explaining he has always felt in Orr of them, “They’re just such big, strong, powerful animals, yet they are such beautiful creatures, who also possess the capacity to heal and nurture humans. “Their ability to portray such duality has been such a significant source of inspiration in the creation of the collection,” he said. Aware of Mark’s skills and his growing sculpture collection, Shepparton Festival organisers invited him to take part in this year’s event; proposing an exhibition at the host site of Tallis Wine. Set amongst the spectacular natural landscape, the alignment was a perfect fit. The opportunity has provided Mark with the ability to present his solo exhibition, ‘Wild Horses Rising’ directly to a local audience. The free Exhibition kicked off at Tallis Wines Cellar Door, last Friday, June 11, and will continue through until Sunday, June 27 as a part of the Shepparton Festival.

Covid update VICTORIA was notified of six new cases of COVID-19 on June 14. Two cases are locally acquired and linked to the current outbreak. One is a contact linked to Reservoir cases announced Thursday, and one is a contact linked to a case in the City of Melbourne announced Saturday. Four cases are international travellers in hotel quarantine. There were four COVID-19 cases in hospital in Victoria on June 14. There are 64 active cases in Victoria, 46 are locally acquired and 18 are overseas acquired cases. No community exposure is associated with these

cases during their infectious period. Victoria's eased restrictions are now in place. In regional Victoria, you can have up to two adults visit your home per day. Face masks are mandatory indoors, and outdoors where you cannot maintain 1.5m from others. You can see friends and family outdoors in a public place in a group of up to 20 people. More information about the current eased restrictions can be found at: h t t p s : / / w w w. c o r o n a v i r u s . v i c . g o v. a u / coronavirus-covidsafe-settings.


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Business Awards recognise the best the GV has to offer WITH 12 categories in this year's 2021 White King-Pental Triple 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. Each week, winners of each each category will be nominated heading towards the final awards. 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

CATEGORY 4 WINNER... Week 1, Best new business (under 2 years) of the year, Dallas Piggott, of Giz a Break sponsored by Lisa Kubeil of Shepparton Business Centre. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

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CATEGORY 1 WINNER... Week 1, Customer Service Award, Retail/Hospitality, Peter Dunbabin of Focus Cards and Gifts presented by sponsor, Wayne Sutton of the Shepparton Club. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

CATEGORY 1 WINNER... Week 1, Excellence in Professional Services, Jay Nash from Bendigo Bank, sponsored by Mary Latorre from WDEA Works. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

Greater Shepparton Foundation launches Winter Appeal WINTER is a time when issues such as food insecurity, rough sleeping, and keeping children of struggling families clothed and warm, are amplified and we are motivated to want to make a difference where we can. The Greater Shepparton Foundation (GSF) Winter Appeal launched last week providing you a date to make a difference and to help us tackle these alarming local issues. Last year during COVID, our Winter Appeal attracted unprecedented generosity

raising more than $40,000. This kept the Food Link program going to support people struggling to put food on the table and it also helped to clothe and keep warm many children in families that were doing it tough. We also supported many families and children who struggled through remote learning without daily supports as well as refugees and new arrivals who did not have access to any government support. We are back in lockdown now and these

issues are not going away anytime soon. While delivering Food Link meals to one of our local welfare agencies a homeless man turned up who was visibly distressed. The wonderful staff found him a quiet spot to sit and gave him one of the egg and bacon panini’s we had just delivered. Later the agency contacted us to say that he actually polished off 2 panini’s as he hadn’t eaten in two days and that he wanted to say thank you to those who had provided the meal.

We encounter many stories just like this all the time and we need your help to make a difference. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to ensure GSF can keep supporting those who need a hand up, you can click on the DONATE button below and use the reference ‘EOFY Winter Appeal’ when you make your donation. Alternatively, you can contact GSF CEO, Cheryl Hammer, directly to discuss your donation.

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Indian myna birds imposing on native wildlife ‘FLYING RATS’... Indian myna birds threaten our native wildlife. Photo: Supplied

FOR those people who take pleasure in bush walks and listening to the sounds of native birds chirping their different tunes, the squabble of Indian Myna birds takes away the pleasure. A call has been put out to environmentally concerned residents across

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Australia's East Coast to help trap an invasive bird species that has engaged in an aggressive territorial takeover. Often described as ‘flying rats’, or the ‘cane toads of the sky’, the Indian myna is considered one of world's 100 most invasive species. From one breeding pair, within five years they have the potential for reaching nearly 13,000 birds. T he I ndian myna was deliberately introduced into Melbourne's market gardens in 1860’s to keep down insects. The chocolate brown bird has a black

head and distinctive yellow beak, eye patch and legs. It should not be confused with the slightly smaller, grey noisy miner, which is a native species. It builds large, noisy, communal roosts in suburban areas, including roof cavities, and can cause dermatitis, allergies and asthma in humans. Mooroopna Men’s Shed make and sell traps for the myna birds so they may be humanely euthanised. Michael from the Men’s Shed can be contacted on 0418 993 692 if you wish to part of the eradication program and protect our native wildlife.

School yard treasures up for grabs M EMOR BILI A from Greater Shepparton Secondary School (GSSC) is on offer as part of a clearing sale facilitated by Kevin Hicks Real Estate. All proceeds from the sales will be administered by GSSC School Council and be used to purchase specialist teaching equipment such as a new plasma cutter for example. Cat a log u i ng of t he f i rst lot of equipment took place in late May with 139 items listed for an online sale from June 30 to July 7. Included is a lot of metalwork and woodwork machinery like lathes, drill presses, bench grinders, sheet metal folders and hand tools that no longer meet the needs of a modern school curriculum. There is also commercial cleaning equipment, a tractor, trades trailer, t i m b e r b e n c h e s a n d h e av y- du t y woodworking tables that have served thousands of students over decades and sewing machines, dress mannequins and an old spinning wheel. The first GSSC clearing sale can be viewed on the Kevin Hicks’ website,

khre.com.au /online-auctions/ where future sales will also be posted. Clearing Sales Manager for Kevin H icks Real E state in Sheppar ton, Chelsea McKay, says this is a rare opportunity. “I’ve been doing this for almost 16 years and it’s a first,” Chelsea said. “I’ve never managed a clearing sale for a school.” The sales are now being carefully planned to ensure only surplus items are listed. Items which can be used in the new school, or memorabilia, which is being preserved for future display will not be for sale. Many more items will likely be offered free to Government s cho ol s i n t he re g ion a nd lo c a l community groups. “This is a small sale but we’ll have another, mammoth sale later in the year,” Chelsea said. “It’s hard to imagine the number of saleable items there are across the three campuses – with each department getting a clean-out of surplus goods.”


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Lovell calls to end ‘political games’ on Shepparton Bypass THE Shepparton Bypass is an urgently needed infrastructure progress that has been one of those political footballs that has been passed around among the players for the last decade. The Member for Northern Victoria, Wendy Lovell, has again slammed the Government's mismanagement of the Shepparton Bypass project, accusing Transport Infrastructure Minister, Jacinta Allan, of playing political games with the project's business case. In a constituency question to Ms Allan in State Parliament recently, Ms Lovell once again called on the Government to release the business case for the Shepparton Bypass project to the

Goulburn Valley community, who deserve to know details of the cost and scope of the project. Ms Lovell said the business case, which was only recently forwarded to the Federal Government, was delayed for over 12 months and Ms Allan had shrouded the project in secrecy, continuously refusing to reveal any details contained in the document. The business case was marked 'Cabinet in Confidence' before being forwarded to the Federal Government, further preventing it from being released to the public. T he m at ter i s c u r rent ly w it h t he Infrastructure Department in Canberra. No

URGENTLY NEEDED INFRASTRUCTURE... Wendy Lovell calls on Government to release the business case for the Shepparton Bypass project. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

further advice is currently available from the Federal Government.

Nominations open for Victorian Landcare awards THE 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards is an opportunity to celebrate and honour Landcare champions from urban and rural communities excelling in sustainable agricultural practices, environmental protection, conservation of land and waterways, coastlines and biodiversity. Faced with the devastation of bushfires, the impact of the drought and floods, and the COVID-19 pandemic, Landcarers across Victoria have rallied in the wake of unparalleled challenges. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp MP, today is encouraging locals across Northern Victoria to nominate for the 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards which recognises individuals and groups in Victoria for their outstanding contributions to environmental volunteering and preserving the unique Australian landscape. Landcarers have been locally active rebuilding communities with on-ground projects including habitat restoration for threatened species,

bushland regeneration, wellbeing and mental health activities, as well as engaging volunteers who want to contribute. The Victorian Government encourages nominations from groups, networks and individuals involved in protecting and improving their local environment. Victorian winners from the national categories will go forward to the 2022 National Landcare Awards held during the 2022 National Landcare Conference. The 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards ceremony will be held this September. This year Victorian Environmental Friends Network’s Best Friends Awards will join the 2021 Victorian Landcare Awards ceremony, to commemorate their awards’ 30th anniversary. Nominations close Wednesday 30 June. For more information, go to www.landcarevic.org.au.

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ROUND UP JUNE 2021

BIKE THIEVES HAVE BEEN ACTIVE IN SHEPPARTON CBD.

Consider ways that you can reduce the risk of your bike being stolen. If you have some information about who is involved in this activity, please let us know via CrimeStoppers online, use this link: https://bddy.me/3itrmyy

THEFT OF CATTLE

Police are investigating the theft of six cattle at an Undera Farm, north of Shepparton. A Farm Crime Co-ordination Unit spokesperson said, "On 24.05.21 Police received a report regarding the theft of six cattle - Two Black Angus Bulls and four hand-raised calves (1 x Red Shorthorn) and (3 x Friesian Steers) "The thieves cut a farm fence on Madill Road and stole the animals sometime between 02.05.21 17.05.21. The owners are devastated." The spokesperson said, "The theft would have required specific knowledge and equipment able to cart cattle, the Angus Bulls in particular weren't the friendliest." Anyone who saw anything or knows of what happened to these animals is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote Incident Number 210174402

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The edibles vs energy debate By Sarah Knight LARGE-SCALE international renewable energy developer, Bison Energy recently solidified their interest in the region, finalising the last stages of their planning application requirements and signing a 30-year lease agreement on a property just outside of Dookie. The site, if the proposed development is approved, will see another new solar farm housed within the Goulburn Valley region. Projected to produce up to 4.95MW annually, the project will include the installation of sun tracking solar photovoltaic (PV) technology and ancillary equipment, with a projected harvest of enough energy to power over 1860 homes annually, reports the Japanese owned company. The 16.28ha site, located 20km from the centre of Shepparton, on Cosgrove-Caniambo Road, is the latest land acquisition in the company’s growing portfolio of projects; which

now spans several continents, including Japan, Europe and Australia. Richly fertile and non-reliant on irrigation, the site has predominantly been used for cropping; and with recent reports showing the Dookie area recorded its highest ever yield for the 2020-2021 season; it would be fair to say, the lease has been granted on prime foodproducing, agricultural land. The new development is being met with opposition by the local community. Neighbour, land-owner and passionate regenerative farmer, Monica Sutherland, who with the support of local member Wendy Lovell, has lodged an e-petition in objection of the project, which now features over 350 signatures. Mrs Sutherland’s explained her concerns, “The use of the site eliminates any opportunity to effectively farm the land, for 30 - potentially 40 years.

RENEWABLES ON FERTILE LAND... The proposed solar farm location in Dookie. Photo: Supplied

“We are regenerative farmers who strongly support regenerative energy. However, across the Goulburn Valley, there are around 800,000 panels already approved, with more local sites identified with applications submitted. “We absolutely think solar is the way of the future, and that it should be installed on every

Government building, school, railway station and new home in Victoria. “Not however, on prime agricultural land, simply because it is made available at an affordable price and can reduce additional costs to the investor, due to its proximity and ease of access to overhead conduits.”

Business welcomes Federal Government disaster payment for workers THE Victorian Chamber welcomes today’s announcement that the Federal Government will provide a one-off disaster payment for vulnerable workers who have been stood down from their jobs or lost casual shifts as a result of the lockdown in Victoria.   We have been advocating for a wage subsidy type payment for worke r s to s uppl e m e nt t h e i r lo s t i n c om e since Victoria’s fourth lockdown was announced.  The Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment of $500 for people who normally work more than 20 hours a week and $325 a week for people who normally do less than 20 hours will only be available for people who are unable to support themselves. 

The minimum wage in Australia is $753.80 per week so while this won’t cover lost wages for most workers, it will go some way to supplement lost income to help pay the bills.  This is in addition to the more than $460M provided by the State Government as part of the business support package for this lockdown.  Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive, Paul Guerra, “This news is timely as reports of employers standing down staff without pay in Victoria emerge as Lockdown Four drags on. For so many, this will put food on the table during the business and worker emergency that is gripping Victoria. It is a welcome support from the Federal Government for Victorian workers.

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“The Victorian Chamber has been advocating for the need for a wage subsidy for workers who have lost income since Lockdown Four was announced and we are pleased that the Federal Government has put forward this much-needed support for vulnerable workers and their families.  “While the support for workers and their families is welcome, we are concerned that in some cases these payments won’t keep workers connected to their job. We encourage businesses and workers to come together and stay connected. We don’t want to see additional costs for businesses to rehire and train staff when restrictions are lifted, as we know this is already a challenging time for business.”


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Multi-Million dollar industry in our own backyard MAKING A FEAST OF TAKEOUT… Hoping to recreate the effort from last year when Angela and Cam Mangiameli presented a cheque for $30,100 to Rod Schubert, the CEO of Shepparton’s Foodshare. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

Make a Meal in June for Foodshare fundraiser continued from front page

So, when faced with a similar scenario to that of last year, and with cancelling the event just not an option, the decision was made to return to the alternative model they adopted last year. Shining in their commitment to our community’s most vulnerable, Foodshare have announced the 2021, ‘Make a Meal of June – Takeout Style 2.0!’ initiative. The campaign has already seen a generous donation of $20K from dedicated long-time Foodshare supporters - the Attwood

Trust, but there’s still a way to go to reach the target $50K. So, across the community, both commercially and personally locals are being urged to get involved, and fast track 50. Those keen to do so can do so can do so by simply heading to the website, www.thewoolshedatemeraldbank.com.au and placing their order for a three-course meal for two, and quality bottle of Fowles Wine for $120. Orders close at 12 noon on June 22, and collection is available from The Woolshed, on Friday, June 25. Meals are served ready to be heated and enjoyed at your convenience, with some home delivery options also available.

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continued from front page FREEDOM Foods Group General Manager Nutrition, Dr Sonja Kukuljan, explains why lactoferrin is so important as a functional food – those with health benefits beyond their nutritional value alone – that it has earned the name ‘Pink Gold’. “Lactoferrin is a powerful iron-binding, immune system protein that has evolved to work as a broadspectrum antimicrobial, which means it has immune effects against a broad range of bacteria and viruses,” said Dr Kukuljan. “Lactoferrin has immune effects by competing with viruses for space on the receptors on human cells and in this way, seems to prevent viruses entering the body’s cells. If the viruses do get in, then lactoferrin seems to enhance the production of several important immune system fighting responses.” While much of the world’s supply of lactoferrin is achieved through freeze drying, PUREnFERRIN™ is gently spray dried to preserve the native structure of the protein and retain its important functional benefits. The protein also has well documented benefits beyond its immune system boosting activities. “It has application in iron metabolism functional nutrition, in gut health, in bone health products and in skin health products,” said Dr Kukuljan. With the domestic and global growth opportunities for functional foods over the next decade amounting to over $10B, according to a recent CSIRO report, the future is bright for Freedom Foods.


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Houston, we have a problem By Steve Hutcheson THE heading is a misquote from the Apollo 13 space mission and one that perhaps equates to the current situation Greater Shepparton now finds itself embroiled in. The Greater Shepparton Secondary College has problems. The problems of the Apollo 13 flight caused the world to sit up and take notice, waiting for catastrophe and similarly, the school's problems are being amplified to the point the rest of the country is now taking notice. The racial and economic divides evident have now been put into a common pot and

the fissures between these divides have opened in the youth and are being reflected on social media by those who should know better but don’t. But their attitudes, their perceived differences are a reflection of who we are, how we see each other and more pointedly, how we bring our children up and how to behave. And the negative approaches to the amalgamation are not accepting the realities that existed prior to it. The students of Shepparton were statistically behind the rest of the state due to any number of reasons, chiefly, that schools did not have

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adequate resources alone and amalgamation would be able to provide the solution. Prior to the amalgamation, the four secondary schools in Shepparton had: • Less than 1 in 10 (8 percent) Year 9 students achieving in the top two bands for Reading (compared to 20 percent across Victorian government schools) • Only 6 percent of Year 9 students achieving in the top two bands for Numeracy (compared to 24 percent across Victorian government schools) • Consistently lower mean VCE scores ( 25.3 percent compared with 28.9 percent in 2018) • Consistently lower VCE completion rates (95.7 percent compared to 97.2 percent) The attention of the world, in this case an aggressive national media who is not going to solve the problems, nor will it provide lasting salve to those most aggrieved, it is temporary and their interest will wane as quickly as it arose and they have milked the situation enough to foment further problems. Interviewing a parent whose child is facing pressures at school gave insight to some of the issues not being faced, in this case it is partly racial and partly a mix of other inputs. The parent talked of the ‘Arabs’ bullying her child, a somewhat derogatory term towards Shepparton’s expanding Middle Eastern and south Asian community denoting a class or racial divide. Each group will undoubtedly have similar slurs towards the others. In this city there are any number of similar divides. Shepparton has people from some 90 different countries of origin, making this hard to avoid. Accepting that type of speech is most likely at the heart of the problem, no matter what side of the divide a parent comes from. It is how some parents talk, it is how some kids talk.

The school is not going to change, the divisions are not going to change, the city is not going to change, the only thing that is apt to change is the attitudes of the people most aggrieved. The fights and bullying that are now causing concern are not new. An analysis of incident reports from the secondary schools in Shepparton in the two years prior to the merger of the schools from the start of 2020 shows that police attended at least 31 times for incidents that included physical altercations. In response to some student behaviour incidents during term 1 there are a number of additional staff at the school, including extra teachers, additional multicultural education aides, and a number of specialist support service staff, including psychologists, who have expertise in student wellbeing and who are making a positive difference. The future of Greater Shepparton Secondary College is mostly in the hands of the parents of the children who go there, not the school and not the teachers. The children that go there reflect the values their parents espouse, not the schools. To be sure, the school and the teachers play a very significant role but the solution to this begins at home and the types of conversations happening there. As the meme says, “When you focus on problems, you will have more problems. When you focus on possibilities, you will have more opportunities.” In ten years', the children that go there now will have to contend with the knowledge that their school was either a basket case or a prize in the making. That reputation is firmly in the hands of the people who are most likely to cast an opinion. It can be either negative or positive, and that is the real problem. Let’s hope it is positive.

LOOKING AT SETTING A STANDARD IN SECONDARY EDUCATION... An artist impression of the new Greater Shepparton Secondary College now in the last stages of construction. Photo: Supplied.


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TWO-DAYS EXPO... Hunters Euroa are holding an expo on Friday June 18 until Saturday June 19. Photo: Supplied

Two-day expo at Hunters Euroa STARTING this Friday June 18, Hunters Euroa will be holding a two-day expo at 8 Euroa-Shepparton Road, Euroa. The expo will kick-off at 10am and run until 3pm on the Friday, then again 9am to 12pm Saturday. It will be a great two days full of giveaways, door prizes, a chance to win a basket of goodies from Hygain valued at $250, a BBQ on the Friday and specials galore. Make sure you come along and grab a bargain with discounts being offered only

during the expo period. The specials range from fencing products, massive savings on livestock feeds, equine products and so much more. Take advantage of catching up and discussing your needs or any product qu e s t io n s you h ave w it h v i s it i n g repre s ent at ive s f rom R id ley S to ck feeds, Hygain, All Farm Gates, Austral, Thunderbird and Virbac equine and animal health. Hunters look forward to seeing you there.

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LOCAL EVENTS

COMMUNITY CONNECT

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. mornings starting at 9.15am and Thursday UPCOMING I N D E P E N D E N T A N D P A R T evenings at 6.15pm. A good sport for all age PENSIONER RETIREES You are invited groups, all equipment supplied, very friendly club. to the meeting of above organisation at Ring 5825 4541 for more information. the Overlander Hotel/Motel 97 Benalla Rd F A M I LY A N O N Y M O U S F a m i l y Shepparton on Wednesday June 23, at 10am to Anonymous is a self-help group for families and hear Cr Shane Sali speak on his experiences of friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol being a new councillor. Contact Bruce Lloyd AM. or related behavioural issues. Meetings are held 0428 575 105. each Wednesday from 6pm to 7.30pm at Church of Christ meeting room, corner of Nixon St and COUNTRY MUSIC FOR CHARITY On Thursday 17th June at the Cricketers Arms Corio St, Shepparton. For more details phone Hotel, Mooroopna 1pm-4pm. Well known artist, 0475 272 680 or email fashepparton@gmail.com Michael Hogan. Doors open at 11.30am. Entry is OVER 60S FRIENDSHIP GROUP The $10 with proceeds to the Homeless. Masks may over 60's Friendship group is a friendly social have to be worn. Bookings on 0408 218 411 group that meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each ONGOING month at Cassablanca Restaurant, 125 High St GROW Mental wellbeing: Depressed? Anxious? Shepparton at 6:00pm to have a meal and discuss Isolated? Suffering grief or loss? Know someone the coming months itinerary for day time and who is? Grow groups meet weekly to offer peer evening outings. We welcome singles, friends and support and use a proven educational program couples from the Shepparton and surrounding for mental wellbeing. Shepparton: 11 Service St, areas. 1pm Wed. Tatura: 9 Kerferd St, 10am Wed. Visit There is no committee, fees, or commitment to www.grow.org.au for online groups. Details: attend outings, but input on where to dine out, places of interest to explore and fun activities are Lindy 0448 052 769 C A R AVA N C LU B T H E M U R R AY welcome. RIVER RAMBLERS Would like to invite For more information please contact David on you to join us for relaxing weekends spent with 0409 133 044 or Jan on 0458 211 104 If you would like to have your community like-minded RV enthusiasts, phone Kaye, 0408 activity listed in our revised Community 230 147 Connect, simply submit details in 50 words or MOOROOPNA CROQUET CLUB have less to editorial@sheppartonadviser.com.au sessions of croquet on Wednesday and Saturday

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New Holland honeyeater - Susan Buckley

Zig-zag pier - Tim Dainton

Apex tower, Bright - Leigh Teitz

Shepparton Camera Club standing proud LIVING among us are some incredibly talented people. Take for example the members of the local amateur camera club. They recently participated in a collective of clubs (48) in a Victorian interclub competition where their images had them

Morning glow - Dennis Rickard

rated 18th overall. Not a bad outcome. Looking at the images they submitted, the competition must have been fantastic. One member (Dennis Rickard) also received a merit award for his ‘Morning Glow’ image.

First Nations girl - Susan Marshall

Autumn rays at Bright - Lex Neville

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Taking a collaborative approach to protecting our region’s horticulture industry from Queensland fruit fly THE Goulburn Murray Valley Fruit Fly Project draws on the support and dedication of a broad volunteer base to help lead the charge in protecting the region against Queensland fruit fly (Qfly). More than 3000 volunteers from Lions Clubs, Rotary Clubs, school kids and other community groups have helped grower groups and local government reduce fruit fly in the Goulburn Murray Valley (GMV). Goulburn Murray Valley Fruit Fly project coordinator, Mr Abberfield, said the pest had the potential to wreak havoc in Victoria. “Volunteer involvement in the Fruit Fly Area Wide Management (FFAWM) Program has helped protect our horticulture-based lifestyle,” Mr Abberfield said. “We would like to thank the project’s many and varied supporters for their contribution to protecting the region from the pest.” Qfly is a serious threat to the GMVs multimillion dollar horticultural industry and the region’s economy. “If we are uninformed and divided in our efforts to control fruit fly, this pest will shelter and thrive in unmanaged habitat areas. Conversely, if we are informed and united in our efforts to control fruit fly it doesn’t have anywhere to hide and numbers can be reduced.” The gross value of horticulture varieties

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QUEENSLAND FRUIT FLY RESEARCH TEAM... (From left to right) Chris O’Connor, SIT Industry Liaison Co-odinator, Macquarie University, Ross Abberfield, GMV Fruit Fly Project Coordinator, Professor Phillip Taylor, Head of Applied Bio Sciences, Macquarie University and Dr Bishwo Mainali, Senior Research Fellow, Macquarie University. Photo: Supplied

grown in the GMV and which are considered hosts to Qfly is $415M annually. The Goulburn Valley is the largest pear producer in the Southern Hemisphere and the Murray Valley is Australia’s largest stone fruit producer. “The program has been highly successful in reducing fruit fly numbers in the GMV over the past four years, to date the program has removed over 100,000 unwanted and unmanaged fruit trees that would otherwise be a breeding ground for fruit fly,” said Mr Abberfield. The multi-award winning FFAWM Program

has galvanised the community, industry and government to work together to stop the catastrophic effects of fruit fly and is now recognised as a leader both nationally and internationally. The program manages and monitors an extensive network of urban/peri-urban/rural and Sterile Fruit Fly Release trapping grids across the GMV to identify and monitor ‘hot spots.’ Data from these trapping grids provides the community, industry, government and research institutions with fruit fly activity data that enables the targeting of ‘hot spots’ together with regular communication of fruit fly trends and pressure patterns to update the community and industry. “T he combined communication, management and control strategies are critical to curbing the spread of Qfly and limiting the impact on our horticultural domestic and export markets,” Mr Abberfield said. Field Officers are deployed as part of the program to target identified ‘hot spot’ areas and build relationships with landholders to assist, advise and support them to manage and reduce fruit fly populations in high pressure areas controlled by them. Non-commercial unmanaged fruit fly habitat on private and public land is identified and can be removed at no cost to the landholder by the program. The FFAWM platform developed in the GMV has supported activities by governments and universities in Victoria, Western Australia, New South Wales and New Zealand to assist in fruit fly management and research. This platform is complementing trials undertaken by the Macquarie University Fruit Fly Research Team, involving the aerial release of sterile Qfly in Cobram over a three year period. This sterile release trial, supported by FFAWM strategies and sterile release trapping grids, monitoring the number of sterile and wild fruit flies within radii of 1km, 2km and 5km of the Cobram township, has helped reduce Qfly numbers in Cobram significantly. “The GMV Fruit Fly Project is about working together to protect our ‘Nation’s Orchard’. Together we have been able to build community awareness, education and engagement to reduce fruit fly numbers and minimise the damage caused by fruit fly on our thriving regional horticultural industry,” Mr Abberfield said. For more information on fruit fly control and management visit www.fruitflycontrol.com.au


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Fresh and nutritious food made locally AFTER 30 years of making delicious charcoal chickens, salads, seafood dishes and more, George Zoukis has a reputation producing fresh, high-quality food. Charcoal chicken is the perfect take away dinner when cooking isn’t an option, it’s nutritious and alongside some salads (and some cheeky chips), it makes for a well-balanced dinner or lunch on the run. “We have such a large range of salads, so there’s something for everyone. We are passionate about chicken and pride ourselves on the freshness and flavour of our food here,” said Mr Zoukis. GV Charcoal Chicken is located at 380 Wyndham Street, Sheppar ton (opposite the NAB) and can be contacted on 5821 6928.

GREAT REPUTATION... GV Charcoal Chicken owner, George Zoukis with Nicole McPherson. They are passionate about chicken. Photo: Struan Jones

The place to start in business FOR many small business, they might start at home or in the garage until they get to a point where they need a professional office or space away from home from which they can operate. The Greater Shepparton Business Centre aims to be a resource for business growth in the Greater Shepparton region by providing professional training and meeting facilities

as well as shed spaces that a small business can develop. L o c a t e d a t 70 N e w D o o k i e R d Shepparton, just four minutes from the CBD, there are a range of rooms and spaces available for hire with the capacity to cater for groups of four through to 22. A l l rooms a re c a r peted , f u l ly a i r conditioned and are equipped with a

whiteboard, A DSL connections and a data projector is available for hire. There is access to telephone and photocopying services on a ‘user pays’ system. Casual hire facilities are now available for booking online by visiting sheppa r tonbu si ne s s.com . au /t ra i n i ng facilities or calling 5832 1100, Monday – Friday from 8.15am – 5.00pm.

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aid digestion, and add antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Remember to also keep moving during winter. Exercise is imperative to overall health, but in winter it is a crucial part of staying strong, fit and healthy, all qualities that help you recover from illnesses faster.

In conjunction with all the ways we can help our overall health to help us combat illness as best we can, remember safe hygiene practises such as constant hand washing, use of hand sanitiser and staying home when you’re sick are the best ways to help avoid others getting sick if you are.

Mental health facility grants available $20M worth of funding has been allocated to mental health, alcohol and drug services across the state to upgrade vital infrastructure. The announcement that applications for the ‘Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs Facility Renewal Fund’ have now opened, ensuring mental health services across the state can continue to provide a safe and therapeutic environment for Victorians on their recovery journey. This year’s funding round will also offer equipment upgrades including medical equipment, specialised furniture, and information technology. The program has already funded more than 100 infrastructure and improvement projects at mental health and alcohol and other drug care facilities across the state, with Member

for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp MP, welcoming the announcement. “It’s great to see mental health and alcohol and drug services in Northern Victoria eligible to apply for this $20M grant fund, ensuring that everyone in our mental health system has access to world class facilities,” said Mr Gepp. These vital upgrades are part of the Government’s response to the recommendations from the ‘Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System’ to reform, modernise, build service capacity and provide better models of care for Victorians experiencing mental ill health. For grant program guidelines or to apply, visit vhba.vic.gov.au. Applications close at 5.00pm on Monday July 19 2021.

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LAUGHTER MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND... Men’s Shed members, Colin and Joh enjoy a laugh while working in wood. Photo: Supplied

Mates who laugh together stay healthy HUMANS are social creatures, so it’s no surprise that getting together with a group of mates has been linked to positive health and wellness outcomes. Men’s Health Week runs from June 14 to 20 this year and the Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA) is encouraging all men to book in a date with their mates. “You’re never too old to get something out of having a group of friends – whether they’ve been around forever and a day, or they’re new connections,” said AMSA Executive Officer David Helmers. With ageing comes an increasing importance in staying connected to people and to communities, but equally

this connection can become increasingly challenging. Physical health and the move away from work and family commitments can easily lead to becoming socially isolated. “The empirical evidence is clear. Social participation is positively linked to mental wellbeing and quality of life, particularly in older people,” said Mr Helmers. Prevention is better than a cure, when it comes to health and wellness, to reap the most benefit from social participation, people have to be proactive about seeking and maintaining meaningful social engagement. Regardless of age, meaningful social participation is a platform for good health and wellbeing for everyone.

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HANDMADE Tomato Sauce, Berry Jam & Relish all funds go to Hospice, Council Approved. Ph 0418 766 415

Self Driven Enthusiastic Team Player Excellent attention to detail Efficient, organised, with the ability to

TOTAL PRIZE POOL: Total prize pool is $26,500 and all of this must be won.

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Working both autonomously and under supervision, you will have a good eye for detail and be a forward thinker which will enable you to identify foreseeable issues before they arise.

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Wendy Lovell MP

WendyLovell LovellMP MP Wendy Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

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DASH BAROLLI

LEONARD BALFOUR

PHILLIP LENON

Phone: 5858 4436 04 23 880 710

Phone: 5825 3861

Phone: 0414 993 394 Shepparton

3

61 Echuca Rd, Mooroopna

3

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

2

3

3 Edward St, Shepparton

3

121 Rowe St, Shepparton

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Auto Panel PTY LTD

4 NO TIP 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

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4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS 6 ST KILDA

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

ROCKY GAGLIARDI

MAX ALLEN

GOODFELLOWS RENTALS & STORAGE

Phone: 5831 1800

Phone: 5822 0861

Phone: 5823 5888

182 High St, Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

3

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

98 Drummond Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

3

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

Melbourne Rd, South Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5858 5695

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

City Central Arcade, 16/69 High St, Shepparton

ELECTRICAL

2

FURNITURE ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

JOSH SLEETH

FRASER KERRINS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

Phone: 5822 2055

3

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 6 G.C SUNS 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

MICK O’ROURKE Phone: 5823 1800

Phone: 5831 5880

Shop 4, Shepparton Marketplace

44 Wyndham St Shepparton

3

7900 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kialla

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

SCOTT CAMPBELL

ANGELO KAKOUROS

CRAIG BRAMLEY

8006 Melbourne Rd, Shepparton South

Phone: 0418 524 188

Phone: 5824 1122

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 6 G.C SUNS 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 ADELAIDE

Phone: 5823 1590

5

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS 4 ADELAIDE

1

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

64 Stewart St Shepparton

5

3

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 4 ADELAIDE

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

2

2

SHEPPARTON

RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS SHEPPARTON

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS NO TIP

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

4 DRAW NO TIP NO TIP

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

4 DRAW NO TIP NO TIP GREAT VALUE

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS 6 ST $KILDA 99

1

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4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE PRICE

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4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS 6 ST KILDA

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

5

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Yellowglen Sparkling 750ml Selected Varieties

Phone: 5821 4588

5 ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

$

VIC BOVALINO 133 Maude St, Shepparton

2

THE PHANTOM

Tatura Christmas Tatura ChristmasEssentials Essentials ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 4 ADELAIDE

THE PHANTOM

Phone: 5831 3833

112 Hogan St, Tatura

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

1. INTERSPORT SHEPPARTON ..................................................................... 79 2. LOAN MARKET - SHEPPARTON ................................................................ 78  3. HARVEY NORMAN ELECTRICAL ............................................................... 78  4. SHEPPARTON RADIATOR & WINDSCREEN ............................................... 77  5. HARVEY NORMAN FURNITURE ................................................................ 77  6. GV CARPORTS & PATIOS ......................................................................... 76  7. MARKET MEATS ....................................................................................... 76  8. DAMIAN DRUM MP .................................................................................. 75  9. THE PHANTOM ........................................................................................ 74  10.DATA PARTS............................................................................................. 74  11.PEPPERMILL INN SHEPPARTON ............................................................... 74  12.SHEPPARTON GOLF CLUB ........................................................................ 74  13.THE BOTTLE-O WAREHOUSE SHEPPARTON............................................. 74  14.GAME TRAFFIC & CONTRACTING ............................................................ 73  15.LINEMASTA.............................................................................................. 73  16.VIATEK..................................................................................................... 73  17.PLASTA KINGS ......................................................................................... 72  18.BAROLLI REAL ESTATE ............................................................................. 72  19.BALFOUR’S MOOROOPNA & AIRPORT DIRECT ....................................... 72  20.TATURA FOODWORKS ............................................................................. 72  21.VAB HAIRDRESSING ................................................................................ 71  22.EAGLE AUTO PANEL ................................................................................. 71  23.WENDY LOVELL M.P. ................................................................................ 71  24.GAGLIARDI SCOTT REAL ESTATE.............................................................. 71  25.HARVEY NORMAN COMPUTERS .............................................................. 70  26.A & G CUSTOM FENCING ......................................................................... 70  27.GOODFELLOWS CAR & TRUCK RENTALS ................................................. 70  28.ELDERS INSURANCE SHEPPARTON .......................................................... 70  29.FAIRLEYS SUPA IGA ................................................................................. 69  30.MONARCH PERSONNEL ........................................................................... 66  31.STANDBY SECURITY SERVICES ................................................................ 52 

NIPPER HARVEY

Phone: 5820 2900

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

TOP TIPSTERS

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

BECC FISCHER

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

3

KIERAN MOON 2

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS 24 PK 6 ST KILDA$

44

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

EA

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Crown Lager 375ml x 24 pack

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 4 ADELAIDE

4 DRAW 4 W.C EAGLES 6 MELBOURNE

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA


WILL PHILLIPS

STEVEN MURRAY

Phone: 5822 7577

Phone: 5822 1555

125-131 New Dookie Rd Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY e if a product is right for you.6 G.C SUNS 6 ST KILDA

2

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

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

177-193 Numurkah Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

4

4 DRAW 4 W.C EAGLES 6 MELBOURNE

ADAM DENNY

DARYL EMMETT

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5831 2031 70 Mitchell St, Shepparton

2

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

2

COMPUTERS ROUND 13 SELECTIONS ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

MIKE TIMOTHEE

JARROD HARRY

Phone: 0438 372 280

Phone: 0438 354 524 Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

NO TIP 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

3

281 Wyndham St Shepparton

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 6 ST KILDA

3

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

Buying your first home

PETER LEHNE

RUSS POWELL

Phone: (03) 4418 2621

20 Telford Drive, Shepparton

2

15 Golf Dr, Shepparton,

4

     

GOLF CLUB

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

6 PORT ADELAIDE 4 DRAW 6 SYDNEY 6 RICHMOND 4 FREMANTLE 6 MELBOURNE 6 ST KILDA

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 SYDNEY 4 FREMANTLE 4 ADELAIDE

4 DRAW 6 RICHMOND 6 MELBOURNE

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BRADLEY CAMPBELL

LOVELL

Phone: 0437 710 556

Phone: 5821 6668

4

222 Wyndham Street Shepparton

2

Wendy Lovell MP

Loans m a d e simple

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

ROUND 13 SELECTIONS

Football Tips R11 UNITED V SEYMOUR

ROCHESTER V SHEPPARTON

The much-anticipated debut of superstar Richmond premiership defender Alex Rance is what highlights this contest against the young Demons. Coach Rob Osborne will be demanding his players come to play from the first bounce. If they don’t, then it could be a long afternoon for the Demons. Tip: Seymour.

Rochester’s finals aspirations are hanging by a thread. A loss at home in their last match before the lockdown has put them in a position where they need to start winning matches. If they can do that, then the Tigers should be able to kick a winning score. Tip: Rochester.

EUROA V ECHUCA This is a huge test for both of these teams for a variety of reasons. Given the extended break due to the lockdown, it will be interesting to see how both teams adjust to being back on the park. It will be important for the Magpies who are looking to bounce back after a loss to the Cats back on May 15. Tip: Echuca.

This is a huge game in the context of the season of these two teams. Both have three wins, with the Saints in sixth place ahead of Mansfield and the Cats on percentage. The Cats had a huge win before the lockdown, coming from behind to defeat Euroa. Tip: Benalla.

KYABRAM V TATURA

SWANS V MANSFIELD

The Bulldogs go into the contest off the back of a good four quarter win over Shepparton at Deakin Reserve on May 15. Tip: Kyabram.

Mansfield will be looking to keep its push towards playing finals going when it travels to Shepparton’s Princess Park today. Tip: Mansfield.

MOOROOPNA V BENALLA

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netball Tips R11 win over the Bears on May 15 and the Bulldogs must put the Bombers to the sword. Tip: Tatura.

UNITED V SEYMOUR This is easily the match of the round. I have no doubt that United coach Tania Orchard has been waiting for this match-up. As has the coach of the Lions Ronni Hager to see how her team’s title defence is tracking. Tip: United.

EUROA V ECHUCA This will be a big challenge for Euroa. Coach Ellie Warnock has been pleased with many aspects this season, but they just have struggled to put it together for four quarters. She knows the team’s best is good enough to go the distance with any team, but until they can develop consistency they will be up and down like a yoyo. Tip: Echuca.

KYABRAM V TATURA Tatura has a real opportunity to continue its push towards a top six spot when it takes on the winless Kyabram. Elsie Boyer starred for the Bulldogs in their upset

ROCHESTER V SHEPPARTON Shepparton has been waiting for the return of netball to try and make amends for the loss to Tatura. The shock loss to Tatura on May 15 has put them back among the pack as they try to hold off the challenge from teams outside the top six. Tip: Shepparton.

MOOROOPNA V BENALLA Mooroopna will be looking to continue its good form and at the same time consolidate its place at the top end of the ladder. Today, they play host to Benalla. Tip: Mooroopna.

SWANS V MANSFIELD Shepparton Swans will be hoping to bounce back from its home loss at the hands of Echuca a month ago. Despite their best efforts, they may find it difficult to combat the depth of the Swans to get the win. Tip: Swans.

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5.00 World Watch 2.00 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 2.05 How The Victorians Built Britain 3.00 NITV News: Nula 2021 3.30 Murrumbidgee River - Wiradjuri & Ngarigo 3.45 The Cook Up with Adam Liaw 4.15 Alex Polizzi's Secret Italy

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8.30 Moulin Rouge: Behind The Magic 9.30 Movie: True Grit (The US): Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Hailee Steinfeld 11.30 Movie: American Animals (The US) 2018 1.40 Movie: The Bitcoin Bandit (France) 3.40 Alex Polizzi The Fixer 4.50 Destination Flavour - Japan

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6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 ET 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful

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5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show: Presented by Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Not Like Everyone Else 2.00 Autopsy USA 3.00 The Chase: Presented by Bradley Walsh 4.00 Seven News

Friday

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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: Presented by Stephen Colbert 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 2.00 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

Sunday

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4.00 Think Tank 4.55 One Plus One 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Hard Quiz 8.30 MAD AS HELL 9.00 You Can't Ask That 9.30 Superwog 10.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10.40 The Set 11.15 ABC News

Monday

ABC

6.00 Football: Men’s Internationals 2021: Australia v Jordan 7.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Gardening Australia 11.00 Extraordinary Escapes 12.00 ABC News 12.30 National Press 1.35 Media Watch 2.00 Parliament 3.15 ABC News

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Adviser LEAPING INTO ACTION... When the girls can play, they fly high. Photo:Rod Kirby

TOUCHING THE SKY... A defender looking to stop the score. Photo: Burke

Encouraging gender equality in local sport COMMUNITY sporting organisations and clubs across the state will benefit from further funding to help level the playing field for women and girls as part of the ‘Change Our Game’ initiative. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp MP today announced that AFL Goulburn Murray and Murchison Football & Netball Club are among 86 community sport and recreation organisations from across Victoria that have been successful in receiving a ‘Change Our Game’ community activation grant, funding more than $430,000 worth of grants. AFL Goulburn Murray will receive $5,000 for leadership and development training for staff and Murchison Football and Netball Club will receive $4,969 to promote female participation in football. They aim to do this by hosting ‘KDL Women's Football Showcase’, a community celebration of female participation in AFL

in the Kyabram & District FNL. They hope to spark an interest in Murchison forming their own teams in the Northern Country Women's Football League. “Congratulations to AFL Goulburn Valley and Murchison football club on their successful application.” said Mr Gepp MP. “I look forward to see more women and girls in our community get active and involved in grassroots sport.” Applications for this round broke ‘Change Our Game’ records with more than $1.1M worth of submissions registered, reinforcing the demand in providing programs that celebrate and showcase women and girls in all levels of sport and recreation. T his round offered three streams of funding to support clubs in driving participation, providing organisational training and development, and to showcase women and girls’ achievements.

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