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Regional Victoria feeling the pain once again By Steve Hutcheson MONDAY was supposed to bring good news however, owing to the fact that more cases of Covid had been detected, the lockdown is to be extended for seven days. While most of the new cases have been identified in Melbourne, some regional locations are also popping up on the hotspot radar with a two new cases in Mildura identified over the weekend. Continued Page 12

MOTIVATION IS KEY... Shane Crawford in the BBQ area at SPC factory site with Christian Lecompte, SPC National Distribution Manager. Photo: Supplied

Football star sets Cats on fire By Steve Hutcheson COMING off the bench with the reputation of being the worst football club in Australia, local Kyabram and District league team, Ardmona has broken their losing streak recently with a win, no doubt due to the encouragement they have received from having one of the

country’s best players as their coach. Brownlow medallist, Shane Crawford took on the role when the club was at its lowest ebb last year facing the prospect of being expelled from the league. Continued Page 12


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LAUNCHING A NEW APPROACH... Minister for Employment, Jaala Pulford, Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor, Kim O’Keeffe, President Rumbalara Football Netball Club and chair Kaiela Institute, Paul Briggs, local Member for Shepparton District, Suzanna Sheed and Deputy Mayor, Rob Priestly. Photo: Supplied

Ground-breaking plan to deliver shared prosperity LAST week, the Minister for Employment & S m a l l B u s i n e s s , J a a l a P u l f o rd , launched a new and innovative approach to developing a thriving First Nations e conomy, wh ich w i l l generate ne w opportunities and shared prosperity for the benefit of everyone in the Goulburn Murray. T he Plan, which was developed in the region by First Nations and nonIndigenous institutions, organisations and businesses from throughout the Goulburn Valley working together. Ms Pulford said, “We’re committed to supporting Aboriginal people and businesses in the Goulburn Murray region and across the state. “This Plan is innovative and ambitious – providing key insights on how to create shared prosperit y, where local First Nations people can contribute to and benefit from the growth of the wider economy.” By adopting the Plan, the Goulburn Murray region is putting up its hand to

lead the nation on how to create a shared prosperity model where local First Nations people can contribute to and benefit from the growth of the wider economy. Paul Briggs, executive chair of Kaiela Institute and co- chair of the Project Control Group said, “The launch of this Plan marks an historical turning point for our region. This has been designed from the ground up by the region, for the region. Together, we are tackling the challenges of historical dispossession, marginalisation and trans-generational poverty by saying we all benefit from embracing Yorta Yorta knowledge and culture, and we all gain by sharing the value and prosperity First Nations people can bring to our regional economy.” Many high-profile local businesses and institutions have already put up their hands to become Plan Champions or sign the Statement of Intent which commits signatories to building longter m pa r t nersh ips t h at w i l l del iver mutual respect, significant employment

and business opportunities and to be col le c t ively ac cou nt able to ach ieve measurable and agreed outcomes over the course of the Plan. These include SPC, Furphy, Gouge Linen & Garment Services, Goulburn-Murray Water, Greater Shepparton City Council, Strathbogie Shire and the Committees for Greater Shepparton and Echuca Moama. Deputy Mayor of Greater Shepparton City Council and prominent local business ow ner, Rob P r ie st ly, sa id , “K PMG modelling shows us, when First Nations people do well, we are all better off, our community and our economy grow. This region is optimistic and enthusiastic. We are ready now to take the lead on an innovative plan that will benefit everyone in our region. Many private businesses, our largest employers and Council are keen to bring First Nations people into our workforce and support new First Nations businesses. We look forward to the many benefits, social and cultural as well as economic, that this plan can deliver.”

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FUNDS TO PROVIDE 2100 MEALS... Foodlink reactivated to provide meals to the most vulnerable. From left, Foodshare operations coordinator, Grace Grieve, founder of Foodling, Amy De Paola and Foodshare volunteer, Shane Garner. Photo: Supplied

Shepparton Foodshare receives a grant to purchase food supplies SHEPPARTON Foodshare has received funds to engage local hospitality businesses to cook 2100 meals and purchase much needed food staples, that have been difficult to source, from local suppliers. The project, supported by the Victorian Government, is a partnership with Greater Shepparton Foundation that sees successful meals program Food Link reactivated to increase Foodshare’s capacity to provide food relief to the most vulnerable in our community over winter. S heppa r ton Fo o d sh a re O p erat ion s Coordinator, Grace Grieve said, “Whilst it is not our usual model to purchase food as we are unable to sustain this, the support is a welcome boost that will assist us through a really tough period where food has been difficult to source and demand for food relief has increased. The meals are appropriate to our diverse community’s needs whilst assisting to reduce food waste, with meals developed to use excess food that businesses have due to enforced restrictions.” This program also provides business the opportunity to keep staff engaged through meaningful paid employment. Shepparton Foodshare operates on food donations and community support, with no possibility to charge for food, as the people receiving the food simply cannot pay for it. However, a regular supply of food staples is inconsistent and can be difficult to source, and has been made even more difficult due to food shortages as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. “Donations of suitably packaged cooked meals and necessary food staples such as rice and pasta, meal bases, poultry and proteins, are in high demand from those seeking food relief, but are received irregularly. This grant will assist with a more consistent supply over

the winter months.” Grace said. Shepparton Foodshare will distribute the cooked meals and food staples in food boxes via the 100 agencies registered to collect their food to provide for free to people they support. Food staples will be purchased from local suppliers who have generously supported Foodshare over the years and who are now doing it tough themselves due to the impacts of the coronavirus. Purchasing the food staples from them directly will assist them to keep their doors open and their staff engaged. Minister for Disability, Ageing and Carers, The Hon. Luke Donnellan MP said, “By supporting partnerships like these between food relief organisations and local restaurants, cafes and hospitality businesses, we’re helping our most vulnerable Victorians, local businesses and workers, so that no one is left behind as we fight this pandemic.” Shepparton Foodshare supplies 100 emergency relief agencies, churches, community meals programs and schools with free food to distribute to the people they support. The busy warehouse generally receives and distributes more than 300,000 kilograms of food annually, or the equivalent of 600,000 meals, and prevents edible food entering landfill. Last year however demand for food increased, seeing 380,000 kilograms of food distributed by the service. Since 2012 Shepparton Foodshare has distributed 3 million kilograms of food to the most vulnerable in our community, thanks to support from some wonderful organisations and extreme generosity from the local community. For more information, please email kate@ sheppartonfoodshare.org.au or call Operations Coordinator Grace Grieve on 0432 517 329.

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NEWS RIVERLINKS WALL RENEWED... New art at what was the SAM Drawing Wall has been produced by local artist Tank. Photo: Supplied

Inside the Sound at Riverlinks Jackson, Kaitlyn THE first Martin, Aditi Xavier installation of the and Chris O’Connell. R ive rl i n k s A r t In the spirit Wall is continuing of the theme of the tradition of the installation, the SAM Drawing Melbourne based Wall. musicia n , Ti mot hy Riverlinks has Chiang, performed a transformed the Ken Cameron, Riverlinks Manager long Eastbank foyer wall into a local mural short recital. Timothy is one of the entrants for everyone in the community to admire for this year’s Australian National Piano Awards. and be inspired by. “We a re excited to bri ng to t he Members of the community celebrated the launch of the first installation last community the first of many Riverlinks week, created by well-known local artist, Art Wall designs. This first installation was Tank, with the work paying homage to made possible working in partnership with the prestigious Australian National Council’s Youth Development Services and Piano Awards (ANPA). Inside the Sound many of our passionate local young people, is a celebration of the complex hidden it’s been a real collaborative effort,” mechanics behind the beautiful notes of Riverlinks Manager, Ken Cameron, said. “The Australian National Piano Awards the piano. The launch saw students from Greater is one of the most prestigious awards Shepparton Secondary College, Notre nationally and being able to pay tribute Dame College and Goulburn Valley that Greater Shepparton is host to this Grammar School team up to celebrate this bi-annual event is very fitting.” Everyone is invited to view the Riverlinks occasion. The installation process involved local Art Wall inside Eastbank, open to the young artist, Taj Johnson, assisting Tank public from 10am to 5pm Monday to in applying the design to the wall, with the Friday. The current design ‘Inside the Sound’ event directed by local students including emcees Abby Hill and Maddy Deith and will be on the Riverlinks Art Wall until performances by Tom Cucinotta, Olivia January 2022.

We are excited to bring to the community the first of many Riverlinks Art Wall designs.

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Check your donations this tax time THE Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is urging taxpayers to make sure they have a record of any donation they are claiming this tax time. Last year nearly two thirds of the charitable claims adjusted, were because the taxpayer could not prove they had made the donation. Assistant commissioner, Tim Loh, said that around 4.2 million Australians claimed deductions for more than $3.9 billion in gifts and donations to charities and not-for-profits in 2018–19. “Australians are a generous bunch, but not all gifts and donations are tax deductible,” said Mr Low There are four main reasons your donation or gift may not be tax deductible. The first is giving to an organisation that is not endorsed by the ATO as a deductible gift recipient (DGR). A DGR is an organisation or fund that is endorsed by the ATO to receive tax deductible gifts or donations. Not all charities and notfor-profits are DGRs. Additionally, many crowdfunding campaigns that raise money for charitable causes and individuals in need are not run by DGRs. Taxpayers can confirm an organisation’s DGR status by checking the ABN Lookup on business.gov.au The growth in online crowdfunding is proving that Australians are looking to be charitable online. Unfortunately, unless your donation or gift is made to an endorsed DGR it will not be tax deductible. “We also see people donating directly to foreign charities and not-for-profits. Unless the organisation is a registered Australian DGR,

NOT ALL DONATIONS ARE THE SAME... Check your donations before claiming them. Photo: Supplied

then those donations are not tax deductible,” Mr Loh said. “The second reason your donation may not be tax deductible is where you receive or expect to receive a monetary or personal benefit or advantage in return. We know Australians love raffles, and fundraising chocolate. Sadly, if you buy chocolate, a raffle ticket or an item from an Op Shop this isn’t considered a tax-deductible gift.” “Thirdly, taxpayers must keep good records. Most organisations will usually issue you with a receipt, but they don't have to. We will accept third-party receipts as evidence of a gift to a DGR if the receipt identifies the DGR and states the fact that the amount is a donation to the DGR. However, if you made one or more donations of $2 or more to bucket collections conducted by an approved organisation for natural disasters, you can claim a tax deduction

of up to $10 for the total of those contributions without a receipt. Finally, some people incorrectly claim tax deductions for donations they intend to make in their will or claim for workplace giving that has already reduced the amount of tax paid in each pay period. “While including a donation in your will is a great legacy to leave, testamentary gifts are generally not tax deductible,” Mr Loh said. Where the ATO finds an issue, the taxpayer will have the opportunity to provide supporting documentation or they can amend their tax return to remove the claim. However, if the ATO believes there has been a deliberate attempt to defraud, then penalties may be applied. “So, this tax time make sure you have a record of the donation you are claiming.”

A helping hand with your tax FOR the 33rd year in a row, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has launched the Tax Help program, a free and confidential service that assists around 30,000 people with simple tax affairs each year. Assistant commissioner, Tim Loh, explained that the program relies upon more than 750 dedicated ATO-trained community volunteers. “We know that for some, tax can seem overwhelming. The ATO is here to help, giving you support you need to get it right this tax time,” said Mr Loh. Generally, the Tax Help program is open to anyone with simple tax affairs, earning around $60,000 or less in salary or wages. You can find out the full eligibility requirements online. To take advantage of this program from July 19, all the way through to October, make an appointment by calling us on 13 28 61. The Tax Help program also supports Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, providing support and assistance in many community languages. Taxpayers who are not eligible for Tax Help may be able to access the National Tax Clinic program, a government-funded initiative to help those who may not be able to afford professional advice and representation with their tax affairs. More information about the Tax Help program is available at: ato.gov.au/taxhelp

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Free transport extension for Shepparton students SHEPPARTON students will continue to receive free bus travel in 2022 as they transition to their new world-class secondary college. The free bus travel extension will be available to Greater Shepparton Secondary College (GSSC) students who currently use the School Bus Program as well as those new to the program. Government secondary school students currently travelling on public transport to the new college site will also continue to have ticket costs fully reimbursed through the Conveyance Allowance Program in 2022. In addition, GSSC students who live within 4.8km of the new college will be eligible for the free bus travel, an added benefit which will support an estimated 55 per cent of students. The School Bus Program started in 2020, with over 1,600 GSSC students using the program in 2021. The extension of the program into 2022 is expected to assist more than 1,700 GSSC students. Lifting education outcomes in Shepparton is a key focus for the Victorian Government, with $140M already invested into the 'Shepparton Education Plan'. "We are delivering transformational change and investing in Greater Shepparton's young

FREE BUS SERVICE FOR STUDENTS TO CONTINUE... 1,600 Greater Shepparton Secondary College students use the bus service. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

people to boost their educational outcomes and improve their opportunities in life," Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp, said. Construction of Greater Shepparton Secondary College is now entering its final months with the new college on track to open in time for the start of the 2022 school year.

Schools in Greater Shepparton set to be fire ready WITH the fire season soon to be upon us, enabling schools to be prepared to fend off bushfires is an imperative of the State Government following last year's devastating bushfires. The following local schools were among 333 across the state to share in funding from the $9.15 million Bushfire Preparedness (Vegetation) Program for 2021-22: • $16,149.41 - Currawa Primary School • $30,081.44 - Guthrie Street Primary School • $16,119.80 - Guthrie Street Primary School (Shepparton Deaf Facility) • $18,438.19 - Mooroopna North Primary School • $23,716.99 - Toolamba Primary School The program was introduced in 2018 to assist schools in carrying out essential

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vegetation clearance works around the perimeter of school buildings prior to the bushfire season and in line with municipal fire danger periods. In announcing the funding, Member for Northern Victoria, Mark Gepp, said, “This investment will go a long way in helping schools across Greater Shepparton be as prepared as they can be this bushfire season by getting on to those works that will help mitigate the risk of fire.” Schools to receive funds are among those identified as being at risk and listed on the Bushfire at Risk Register (BARR). These schools are required to undertake vegetation works on a regular basis to mitigate the risk of harm to the school’s community and buildings in the event of a bushfire.


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Farmers live by a stable climate MEMBERS of Farmers for Climate Action are this week telling local Nationals MP, Damian Drum, Goulburn Valley farmers want stronger action on climate. This comes as the Victorian Nationals sought to disaffiliate with the Federal Party over concerns the new Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Nationals, Barnaby Joyce didn’t take climate change seriously. Farmers for Climate Action travelled to Mr Drum’s Shepparton office to deliver an open letter signed by more than 20 farmers from the Nicholls electorate. John Pettigrew, a retired Goulburn Valley fruit grower from Bunbartha, says rural Australians want stronger climate action and is urging Mr Drum to speak up for the electorate. “Our rural industries are at risk of export barriers because of Australia’s lagging carbon emission policies,” he said. “I’ve been concerned about climate change for over a decade, having seen the impacts first hand on the local dairy and fruit industries.” Seymour vegetable farmer, Chloe Fox, says the Nationals shouldn't discount the reality of farmers, particularly if they want to represent them. "Farming is always challenging, vegetable growing is never easy. If we don’t take climate change seriously, we’re not going to have the same access to food that we do," said Chloe. Damian Drum, the Federal Member for Nicholls said in response to the visit, “I always welcome communication and

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PUTTING THEIR CASE TO THE LOCAL MEMBER... Members of Farmers for Climate Action, from left, Donna English, David English, Chloe Fox, Paul McNaughton, Peter Lockyer, John Pettigrew and James Winter-Irving. Photo: Supplied

feedback from residents in my electorate.” “The Federal Government is delivering a ‘technology not taxes’ approach, set out in our Technology Investment Roadmap, to pursue emissions reductions that are achievable, responsible, and balanced, without imposing new costs on households, farmers or regional communities. “Of particular importance to agriculture, the Roadmap’s inaugural Low Emissions Technology Statement identifies soil carbon measurement as a priority technology to lower emissions, and livestock feeds and supplements as an emerging technology. “T he Federal G over n ment is also

continuing to support the agriculture sector to adapt and build resilience to a changing climate while increasing productivity and profitability through programs such as the $5 billion Future Drought Fund, the $66 million Agriculture Stewardship Package, and the $214 million soil package, which will support the implementation of the National Soil Strategy outlining how Australia will value, manage and improve its soil for the next 20 years.” Earlier this month, the United Nations ranked Australia last out of more than 170 U.N. members surveyed for action on climate change.


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Local baker brings home a silver medal TATURA’S own Olivia Wells took home a silver medal for her exceptional baking efforts at this year's Excellence in Baking Awards National Bake Off Competition. Olivia is now a proud silver medallist Victorian Apprentice Pastry Cook for 2021 and has been nominated for Apprentice of The Year. Winning the medal was no easy feat with Olivia tasked with creating choux pastry, pies, entremets and blueberry mini mousse cakes among other delicacies from scratch under the watchful eye of judges and a live audience. “It’s pretty full on, the live audience

members even ask questions while you’re cooking,” said Olivia. “Those six hours baking go so fast, but you’ve got to pace yourself and ensure you’re doing things right so the final product is as perfect as possible.” You can sample some of Olivia’s award winning baking for yourself at Tatura Hot Bread where they have a large range of pies, desserts, cakes, slices, meals and delicious fresh bread baked daily. SILVER MEDALLIST... Tatura Hot Bread is home to award-winning baked goods by Olivia Wells. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

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Council services and programs during lockdown

LOCKDOWN AFFECTS COUNCIL SERVICES... A number of services have been cancelled. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

GREATER Shepparton City Council is monitoring and responding to State G over n ment requ i rement s i n t he management of the current COVID-19 outbreak. As of close of business, Thursday, July 15 2021, the following arrangements came into effect. These arrangements are expected to stay in place until 11:59pm on Tuesday, 27 July 2021, unless further direction is given by the State Government. CLOSED FACILITIES • Aquamoves • Customer Service face-to-face, still operating via phone and email • Eastbank and Westside • Greater Shepparton Business Centre • GV Libraries • KidsTown (indoor facilities and cafe) • Resale Shop at Shepparton Resource Recovery Centre • Senior Citizens Facilities/Council Halls • Shepparton Sports Stadium • Tatura Park Exhibition and Events Complex • Visitor Centre OPERATING WITH RESTRICTIONS • Animal Shelter (Open to people wanting

to retrieve their animals by appointment only) • Encore Café (Open for takeaway only) • Maternal and Child Health Services • Saleyards • Victoria Park Lake Caravan Park OPEN • Aerodrome • Botanic Gardens • Family Day Care • Immunisation sessions • KidsTown (outdoor area only) • Kindergartens • Long Day Care • Meals on Wheels Parks and Recreation Reserves – Please note that Recreation Reserves and Sports Fields are closed for sporting events/ fixtures • Playgrounds • Public Toilets • Resource Recovery Centres • Sharps disposal – collection service available • Skateparks More in formation on rest ric tions for regional Victoria can be found here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.

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Football star sets Cats on fire continued from front page INSTEAD of sitting in their usual place at the bottom of the ladder, Ardmona are now 13th, equal with Rushworth, and are motivated to recover their mojo. Shane recently visited the SPC factory

in Shepparton to catch up with Rob Giles and no doubt to talk about their continued sponsorship while making the most of the day at the company barbeque. Rob Giles talks about the relationship between SPC and Shane and the Ardmona Cats in his editorial on page 13.

Regional Victoria feeling the pain once again

COVID SPREADS RAPIDLY... Take precautions, mask up, get vaccinated, maintain distance and isolate when necessary. Photo: Supplied

continued from front page MANY businesses just getting back on their feet are once more closed unless they are classified as essential. According to the Financial Review, an analysis by KPMG suggests Victoria’s fou r th lockdow n has hit consu mer sentiment around the state and the local economy is being hit by about $125 million a day, but new spending data suggests the state will rebound quickly once restrictions lift.

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Members of the public are reminded to continue looking at the government website for the increasing number of places of concern. The difficulty with this variant of the virus is the rapid pace at which it spreads based on very short contact with an infected person. For more information on COVID-19, get the right advice from the government website at https://www.coronavirus.vic. gov.au/


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Sharing the values of sport with the local community: Shane Crawford’s visit to SPC By Robert Giles, SPC CEO WE had the great pleasure to welcome AFL legend and Ardmona Cats coach, Shane Crawford, to SPC recently. It was a tremendous opportunity for us as a community to reflect on our partnership with the Cats and hear from a true leader. Shane’s leadership has been so instrumental to our club, and there is no doubt that the Cats would not be the same today without him. Shane led the team to its first win in almost six years. Shane’s inspiration goes beyond footy and sport. His leadership inspires people to do things they never thought they could do. As a local business, we’re proud of our partnership with the Ardmona Cats. Our collaboration represents our commitment to the region and its local communities. The Goulburn Valley has a rich history and it’s where SPC got its start over 100 years ago. Today, we’re focused on making Australianmade products but bringing them to the global stage. Like Shane, we aim to make an impact: Australia’s food and agriculture sector is the envy of the world and we need to ensure it keeps going from strength to strength. Both the Bush Cats and SPC share common values and principles, which fit perfectly into our Better Food for the Future Principles: • “Better starts here, at home”: Shane and SPC have a strong relationship with the region and its local communities • “Better means fresh thinking”: innovation, imagination and creation are key drivers for us • “Better is passionate”: for Shane and SPC, it is about inspiring individuals and groups to do more and feel better • “Better is sustainable”: it is about creating a more sustainable future, whatever you

coach a team and enjoy the relationships with your fans or be at the head of a company and serve your local community • “Better is collaborative”: playing and working together! I could keep on listing the shared values SPC has in common with Shane and the Cats. A footy game would not be long enough! As Shane has big ambitions for his sport and his team, we have big ambitions and that’s what our region needs if we are to encourage

investment into the Goulburn Valley. We need to be ambitious to propel our country’s postCOVID economic recovery. We continually strive to have a positive impact in our day-to-day business activities, as well as giving back to the communities that support Australian-owned businesses. Supporting happier and stronger communities is what we strive for, demonstrated through our GOTAFE scholarship partnership which we formed last year. This particular

scholarship supports the young people in the Greater Shepparton area. SPC also has a longstanding partnership with Foodbank which supplies food to its school’s breakfast program and food hampers to Australian families in need We’re proud of our local partnerships and the unique link we have created with Shane Crawford and the Cats. We will work to continue to do better and better for our communities.

Mayor on crutches K I M O’Keef fe , t he M ayor of Greater Shepparton City Council has spent a few days over the weekend being operated on for a broken ankle she sustained after falling over. From all accounts, the operation on Monday went successfully and she is now home resting up while husband Brendan shops around for a set of crutches. “I was just heading out for a morning coffee and I slipped on the wet road. I am on the mend now and taken back by all the good wishes I have received which lifts my spirits,” said Kim. “Fortunately, all Council meetings are on Zoom so I can still be involved although I am being told to rest up.” From all at The Adviser, we join with the rest of the community and wish her a speedy recovery. The Adviser. Australia No.1:1569 Wednesday, July 21, 2021 – Page 13


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Cat 4 - Best New Business (under 2 years) of the Year Award - Aromeca House to Home... From left, David Turkovic from sponsor, White King- Pental, Andrea Fonte & Nancy May from Aromeca House to Home, Debbie Guy-Smith from sponsor Shepparton Business Centre, and Maxine Peace from sponsor White King-Pental. Photos: Steve Hutcheson

Best new business, Business of the year in trades and services and professional services nominated HOSTED by the Shepparton Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the 2021 White King-Pental Triple M Business Awards is seeing more new entrants being nominated for this year’s awards. Business of the Year Awards are based on 3 specific areas, Professional service of the Year, Trade service of the year, and Retailer of the Year. Each winner will also receive a personalised plaque and the honour of being the recipient of the 25th Anniversary Business Awards, plus an “invitation only” event after the awards to celebrate with sponsors and other winners. With 12 categories of the awards available, nominations are being sought to showcase and honour the outstanding contributions the many businesses operating through these tough times have provided over the past year. Nominate online at ht tps: // sheppar tonbusinessawards.com.au / nominate

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Cat 4 - Best New Business (under 2 years) of the Year Award -Fastgrowers... from left, Laura Rudolph from sponsor White King - Pental, Debbie Guy-Smith from sponsor Shepparton Business Centre, Kam Sidhu from Fast Growers and Beth Smith from sponsor White King - Pental. CORRECTION: The Adviser published the incorrect caption in last week’s edition. This is the correct caption with the photo. The Adviser apologises for any inconvenience.

Cat 2 - Business of the Year Award: Trade Services - GV Hoists and Cranes...David Turkovic from White King- Pental, John Prinzi from GV Hoists and Cranes, Alan Kellock from sponsor Triple M and Maxine Peace from White King-Pental.

Cat 2 - Business of the Year Award: Professional Service of the Year - GV Skin and Specialist Centre, From left, David Turkovic from sponsor White King-Pental, Dr Mathew Wong and Dr Wil Chong from GV Skin and Specialist Centre, Maxine Peace from sponsor White King-Pental and Keiran Moon from sponsor Harvey Norman Shepparton.

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From left, Coles Riverside representative, Kerrie Stores, $500 winner, Maria Dhillon and The Adviser general manager, Will Adams. Photo: Nicole Peters

From left, Coles Riverside floor support, Steven Pengilley, $500 winner, Sue-Jane Taggert and The Adviser managing editor, Geoff Adams. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

Shoppers are winners W EEK three saw another six lucky shoppers taking home a $500 shopping prize. The 2021 GMCU $25,000 Giveaway is a promotion to encourage residents of Greater Shepparton to shop locally at the more than 140 participating businesses. For the next few weeks, six winners will be drawn each Monday giving six lucky shoppers the chance to grab a $500 voucher for themselves. Maria Dhillon knew as soon as the phone rang just after 4.00pm that it was The Adviser. She is planning on spending the money on some new walking shoes and perhaps a new dress. Sue-Jane Tag ger t followed in the footsteps of her son who won a previous draw. Patricia Chick is moving away from the region but will still be maintaining contact while she takes advantage of the $500 win

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at local shops. Each week, six more winners are to be drawn. Joanne Bright entered after shopping at Woolworths Marketplace. "Oh what a nice surprise, lovely. Thank-you very much. I think I will buy some birthday presents, it's my husband's birthday today and mine very soon," she said. Deb Purvis shopped at Pillowtalk. "Oh my goodness, that's so exciting, thankyou very much. I really appreciate it. We just bought a new house and our first granddaughter was born 2 weeks ago and now I win $500, I am very lucky," she laughed. Laurie Bodycoat is another winner from Coles/Coles Express Riverside. "You're joking, beautiful, it's fantastic. We support local businesses so this is something to look forward to."


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From left, Focus Cards and Gifts sales assistant Susan Parnell, $500 winner Barbara Lloyd, Jillian Wilkins and The Adviser general manager, Will Adams. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

From left, Tatura Hot Bread customer service representative Chloe Wells, Blake Prossor, Chloe Prossor, $500 winner Stacey Prossor and The Adviser sales manager Melanie Spencer. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

From left, The Adviser managing editor, Geoff Adams, $500 winner Patricia Chick and Harvey Norman proprietor in training, Monica Winckens. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

in the Giveaway Shellee Kenna shopped at Natural Solutions. "Fantastic, that's excellent news. That's made my lockdown day. I have no idea what I will buy yet. The new QR entry enticed me to enter more," she said. Zoe Ekberg had a great meal from GV Charcoal Chicken made all the better for the win. "Amazing, thank-you, very excited, this is great I have had my eye on a couple of clothing stores."

Judith Armstrong did her shopping at SPC Factory Sales. "Lovely, that's very good. I will have to have a think of what we will spend it on," she said. Being in the draw is easy. Simply spend $10 or more at any of the participating stores, fill in the online form, attach a photo of your receipt and send it in. To win, check out where to shop on page 24 of this edition.

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Shining the spotlight on rural women’s mental health WOMEN play a crucial role in the growth and future of regional economies and communities, with one third of Australian women living in rural and regional areas. Women are often juggling the demands of trying to be a perfect worker, parent, partner and friend, which can be nothing short of exhausting. When women feel they have fallen short of these standards, they can be quick to self-criticise. In addition to everyday demands, major life transitions such as pregnancy, motherhood and menopause can create physical and emotional stresses for women. Negative life experiences such as infertility and perinatal loss, poverty, discrimination, violence, unemployment and isolation also impact on women's mental health and wellbeing. In addition, unequal economic and social conditions

can contribute to women's higher risk of depression. Now in its sixth year, Animal Health company Zoetis will continue to support the mental health challenges faced by people living in rural Australia through its crucial partnership with Beyond Blue, committing to raise up to $100,000 for the Beyond Blue Support Service in 2021. For more information about depression and anxiety, visit www. beyondblue.org.au. To talk to a mental health professional for free, contact the 24/7 Beyond Blue Support Service on 1300 22 46 36. Free web chat is also available from 3pm until midnight at beyondblue.org.au/getsupport and you can join the forums for free and download the BeyondNow app from the website.

Locals win taekwondo medals FOU R you ng men f rom t he Kor yo Taekwondo Centre in Shepparton East came home from the State selection championships held last weekend Darebin Community Stadium in Reservoir with gold and silver medals. The wins put them in contention for the National championships to be held in Sydney on the 8th and 10th October later in the year, dependent on how things transpire with the Covid lockdowns. Ethan McKay came home with a silver medal, Brad Buchan earned a gold and silver medal, Kerem Bascuhadar won a silver medal and Emre Bascuhadar won his division and came home with gold. In the meantime, it is back to training. For anyone interested in taekwondo, they can contact Sammy Rachele at the Koryo Taekwondo Centre in Central Road, Shepparton East or by phone on 0419 393 419 WINNERS ARE GRINNERS... Mesut the coach at Powerhouse with his young player and Kerem Bascuhadar and Sammy Rachele from the Koryo Taekwondo Center. Photos: Supplied

A FAMILY PHOTO... Kerem Bascuhadar with his mother, Bahar Bascuhadar and brother, Emre Bascuhadar.

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TWO PLAYERS WITH MEDALS... A competitor from the Monash club with Brad Buchan from Koryo Taekwondo Center.


NEWS

Start your career right JOIN THE TEAM... Jaycar Shepparton are on the lookout for someone with a passion for technology and great customer service to come on board. Photo: Nicole Peters

T ECH NOLOGY speeds by us at an immense pace these days and every week there’s some exciting new gadget to swoon over. Jaycar Electronics is like a technology candy store, and their friendly, engaged staff are a testament to how interesting and dynamic working in such an exciting environment can be. If you have a passion for technology, or a yearn to learn, joining the team at Jaycar Electronics may be the answer. It is a casual role working across a 7-day

roster where you will join a dynamic team, be remunerated with some great sales bonus' and be privy to an impressive team member discount. Build a career with Jaycar, as they promote from within their network across Australia and New Zealand. I f you h ave a c u s tom e r s e r v i c e b ac k g rou nd , a love of a l l t h i n g s technological or a willingness to learn about the field, drop your resume in to the store located at 4/575-585 Wyndam Street, Shepparton.

Blast from the past EWE BEAUTY... Photo of the Shepparton saleyards in the 1960s. Photo: Lost Shepparton/Jeanette

SHEPPARTON saleyards in the 1960s where you could buy a sheep or two.

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NEWS

Have your say on education reform THE World Bank, the OECD and the United Nations recently recognised educational inequity as a growing global challenge. But what does educational equity look like and how is it achieved? A recent article, published in School Leadership & Management authored by international education expert, Professor Pasi Sahlberg, of the University of New South Wales and Trevor Cobbold, national convenor of Save Our Schools, addresses the questions and offers pathways forward. "All children have a right to high quality education. This basic principle is stated in international agreements and national education laws. UN's Sustainable

Development Goals expect that the member states 'ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all'. In many countries, including in Au s t ra l i a , t h i s goal has become harder to reach," P r o f e s s o r Sahlberg said. Professor Sahlberg "Refocusing education policies and leadership on equity, as has happened in Australia and in many other OECD countries, will have little real impact on education systems performance unless policymakers have much better common understanding of what equity in education means and why it is an important part of leading successful education systems." T hat said, Victorians are being encouraged to have their say on the Victorian Government's major reforms of school-based vocational education and senior secondary education. The reforms will see the integration of the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) into the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE). This will give Victorian students high-quality, practical skills that delivers a pathway to Victoria's most in-demand jobs. Victorians can have their say on the new certificate designs, on what units' students are going to do as part of their certificate and on what the certificates will be called. To participate and give feedback on Senior Secondary Pathways Reform, go to engage.vic.gov.au/have-your-saysenior-secondary-pathways-reform.

All children have a right to high quality education.

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HATCHERY BEGINNING TO TAKE SHAPE... Victorian Fisheries Authority Native Fish Hatchery project director, Anthony Forster inspecting works on the new site in Arcadia. Photo: Supplied

Native fish hatchery a boon for Goulburn Valley GOULBURN-Murray Water (GMW) has pa r t nered w it h t he Vic tor ia n Fisheries Authority (VFA) to support the development of a native fish hatchery and visitor tourism facility near Shepparton. The $10 million project at Arcadia, funded by the Victorian Government, will help to recover threatened native fish populations and create exciting recreational fishing opportunities and tourism-related expenditure for the region. V FA Native Fish Hatchery project director, Anthony Forster, said it had worked closely with GMW to construct a bore and secure a groundwater licence at the 170Ha property. “This led to the purchase of 200ML/ year permanent allocation from existing groundwater licence holders,” he said. The VFA also holds GMW diversions licences to service the property and livestock and has partnered with GMW

to harvest Murray cod and golden perch broodstock from irrigation channels. “When fully operational, the hatchery will breed and stock 1.6 million Murray cod and golden perch into hundreds of waterways each year. “Over time, we plan to also grow freshwater catfish and silver perch.” GM W Groundwater and Streams manager, Matthew Pethybridge, said the organisation assisted the VFA in finding an appropriate location for the selected site. “The VFA site has access to the GMW channel net work and a sustainable groundwater resource,” Mr Pethybridge said. T h e h at c h e r y, s c h e du l e d to b e completed in November 2021, will employ 20 people on and offsite. Mr Forster said the visitor tourism facility was expected to attract 10,000 visitors and would


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ultimate

home& garden

Declutter

to de-stress

SPENDING more time at home over the past 12 to 18 months may have had you notice the previously unacknowledged, accumulated clutter in your home, perhaps even attempted to tackle some of it. If you have already begun the decluttering process - well done you! There’s a fair chance that in doing so, you may have noticed the psychological benefits. Having a cluttered home can be the cause of much stress within the family unit, so a good decluttering can also be hugely beneficial in reducing relationship and family tension. Decluttering and getting organised in the home, is equally as much about the mental and emotional benefits as it is about the physical. W h ilst perhaps a lit tle dau nting i n itially, decluttering can be super energizing. When you shift yourself into getting-things-done mode, you're likely to find that you feel energized enough to start ticking other things off your to-do list. Cleaning and organising are also known factors in helping to reduce anxiety. When things feel out of order, it can make us feel scattered and anxious, creating order can help to relieve that anxiety. A clean environment provides a clarity of mind that allows new thoughts and new energy to flow.

EARTH TONES ARE IN FASHION.... This year trend is more environmental. Photo: Supplied

On Trend Interiors EARLIER this year some of Australia’s best homewares, furniture and design minds met online to reveal the direction of our homes’ decor for 2021 and 2022. Amongst the trending styles expected were, a rise of shimmering metallics, neutral colours and earthy tones. These earthy tones; are said to be reflective of the wider Australian environment and encompassing of both the bush and the desert landscapes, and provide the type of grounding colours that work well with our bright, lightfilled homes and predominantly white or neutral-hued interior walls.

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True to predictions, colour palettes that embrace a range of browns, terracottas, and muted-stone hues are now widely embraced, with countless stylish rooms now built upon these themes. When it comes to décor; unlike the trends seen in recent years - which largely supported a disposable culture, and mass manufacturing; this year’s trend certainly seems more environmentally and ethically conscious. Feature pieces that are both robust and enduring are making a big statement, both embracing, the unique or imperfectlooking and celebrating the artisan-made.


ultimate

home& garden Are you paying

FRIENDLY STAFF AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED... Some Spotlight Shepparton team members, Top leftright: Talia Ford, Veronica Verbeek , Brittany Drysdale, Tanya Geisler and Tania Durston. Bottom left-right: Sue Ford and Jessica Ford. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

Australia’s beloved store DECKING out your home to be a reflection of your style is easy when you visit a store with such a large range of different coloured, textured and themed homewares, guaranteeing you’ll find something to suit your tastes and budget. When you head into a Spotlight store you can find almost everything you need to kit out your home. Kitchen and dining spaces, lounge and bedrooms, bathrooms and laundries are all covered. With such a large range of haberdashery and craft items, Spotlight has established itself as the destination for those with creative tendencies. While you’re there stocking up on gorgeous fabrics and lovely homewares, their party section can provide you

with all the decorations and costumes you need for any celebration. With such friendly and knowledgeable staff, affordable prices and attention to quality, it’s no wonder they one of the most beloved stores in Australia. Spotlight Shepparton is located at 175 Benalla Road, on the left as you’re heading out of town. The store can be contacted on 5814 3700 for any enquiries. For your chance to win a share of $25,000, spend a minimum of $10 at participating retailers, scan the QR code, upload your receipt and submit online. Spotlight Shepparton is a participating business in the 2021 GMCU $25,000 Giveaway.

too much?

VICTORIANS are being encouraged to ask their energy provider if they are currently on their best rates, or `best offer’, after a recent report revealed around two million customers could be currently paying too much for their household power. This messaging generally refers to a provider’s cheapest market offer, a plan that includes lower rates and/or other customer incentives, like discounts and rewards programs. The economic regulator of the retail energy sector in Victoria, the Essential Services Commission (ESC), has made mandatory that retailers now place ‘best offer’ information on energy bills to help less-engaged consumers shop around for a better deal. ESC executive director of Energy, Sara Sheppard, said customers who are not on these types of competitive offers, could be missing out on hundreds of dollars of savings. “The data shows 850,000 electricity and almost 400,000 gas accounts could be on cheaper deals if customers contact their retailer and ask to be changed to their ‘best offer’,” she said. “Your retailer is required to put a ‘best offer’ message on your bills at least three times a year to tell you if you could save money by switching to a different contract,” Ms Sheppard added.

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TV Guide - WEDNESDAY JULY 21 TO TUESDAY JULY 27, 2021 60 5

5.25 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.307.30 8.00 Win The Week 8.30 Shaun Micallef's MAD AS HELL 9.00 Starstruck 9.25 Superwog 9.50 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10.30 ABC News 11.00 Four Corners 11.45 Media Watch

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Australian Survivor 2.30 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 9.00 Bull 11.00 The Project 12.00 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial 3.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: The Wife He Met Online 2.00 Manhunt 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away

7.30 Farmer Wants A Wife 9.15 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Women's Football. 11.30 The Latest: Seven News 12.00 First Dates Australia: In this episode, a mother and daughter go on a double date. 1.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Driving Test 12.30 Talking Honey 12.45 Beauty And The Geek 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat: Presented by Eddie McGuire 5.30 Win News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair

7.30 Travel Guides 8.30 Movie: Legally Blonde 10.30 Footy Classified 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Bluff City Law 12.50 Talking Honey 1.00 A Current Affair 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Going Places With Ernie Dingo 2.30 Insight 3.30 The Cook Up with Adam Liaw 4.00 Mediterranean With Simon Reeve 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 SBS World News

7.35 Raiders Of The Lost Art 8.30 Naples: Under The Volcanic Threat 9.30 King Arthur's Britain: Truth Unearthed 10..40 SBS World News 11..10 Unknown Amazon 12..00 McMafia 4.20 Vice Guide To Film 4.50 Destination Flavour - Japan

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 One Plus One 10.30 Ms Represented with Annabel Crabb 11.05 Secrets Of The Museum 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Win The Week 1.30 MAD AS HELL 2.05 Harrow 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Escape From The City

5.00 Anh's Brush With Fame 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Q+A 9.35 Joanna Lumley’s Hidden Caribbean 10.25 ABC News 10.55 Putin: A Russian Spy Story

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Bachelor Australia 2.30 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 9.00 Diana's Decades 10.00 Off The Bench 10.30 Law & Order: SVU 11.30 The Project 12.30 The Late Show 1.30 Home Shopping 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Talhotblond 2.00 Autopsy USA 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 8.30 The Front Bar:

Tokyo Olympics Edition; Join Sam Pang, Mick Molloy and Andy Maher as they take a lighthearted look at the Tokyo Olympic Games. 10.00 The Latest: Seven News 10.30 Movie: Step Brothers: John C Reilly, Mary Steenburgen, Will Ferrell 1.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Pointless 1.00 Desperate Housewives 2.00 Travel Guides 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat: Presented by Eddie McGuire 5.30 Win News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair:

Presented by Tracy Grimshaw 7.30 RBT 8.30 Paramedic 9.30 Kings Cross ER 10.30 Nine News 11.00 Chicago Med 11.50 The Bad Seed 12.40 Tipping Point 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Arabia With Levison Wood 3.00 Great British Railway Journeys 3.30 The Cook Up 4.00 Mediterranean With Simon Reeve 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 SBS World News

7.30 Great Asian Railways Journeys 8.30 Titanic: The New Evidence 9.30 The Good Fight 10..25 SBS World News 10..55 Border To Border 11..50 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 12..45 Deep Water 2.50 Cruising Down Under 3.50 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Q+A 11.05 George Clarke's Amazing Spaces 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 That Pacific Sports Show 2.00 The Trouble With Maggie Cole 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Escape From The

City 5.00 Anh's Brush With Fame 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Movin' To The Country 8.00 Dream Gardens 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.05 Baptiste 11.00 ABC News 11.15 The Vaccine 11.35 MAD AS HELL

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Living Room 2.00 ET 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful

5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.30 Not Announced 10.30 The Graham Norton Show 11.30 The Project 12.30 The Late Show 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial 3.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Infomercial

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: The Client List 2.00 House Of Wellness: Entertaining everybody to live a healthier life. Presented by Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley and Luke Hines 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News

5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 AFL: Port Adelaide v Collingwood 8.30 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Countdown To Opening Ceremony 9.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Opening Ceremony 12.30 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Post Wrap Up Show

9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Garden Gurus Moments 12.15 Movie: Wedding Daze 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Win News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Westgate Bridge

Disaster: Untold Stories 8.30 Movie: The Boss: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Bell 10.30 Movie: Baby Mama: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Sigourney Weaver 12.30 Tipping Point 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Global Shop 4.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Arabia With Levison Wood 3.00 NITV News: Nula 2021 3.30 The Cook Up with Adam Liaw 4.00 Mediterranean With Simon Reeve 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers: Presented by Richard Morecroft 6.00 Mastermind

Australia: Presented by Jennifer Byrne 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Raiders of the Lost Treasures 10..50 SBS World News 11..20 Patriot Brains: Presented by Bill Bailey 12..10 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.00 The Hot Zone 3.40 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 4.35 Vice Guide To Film

6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 10.00 rage 12.00 ABC News 12.30 George Clarke's Amazing Spaces 1.20 Restoration Australia 2.25 And We Danced 3.25 Back In Time For Dinner 4.25 Chopsticks Or Fork? 4.40 Landline 5.10 Scottish Vets

Down Under 5.40 Silvia's Italian Table 6.10 The Repair Shop 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Durrells: A new Italian family takes up residence in Corfu. 8.20 Belgravia 9.05 The Trouble With Maggie Cole 9.55 Endeavour 11.30 Delicious 12.15 rage

6.00 What's Up Down Under 6.30 Leading The Way 7.00 Escape Fishing 7.30 Offroad Adventure 8.30 Daily Foodie Trails 9.00 Places We Go 9.30 Studio 10: Saturday 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 All 4 Adventure 2.00 Pooches At Play 2.30 Jamie's Easy Meals 3 .00 What's Up Down Under

3.30 Farm To Fork 4.00 Taste Of Australia 4.30 Roads Less Travelled 5.00 10 News 6.00 Jamie's Easy Meals For Every Day 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 The Dog House 8.00 Not Announced 9.00 Ambulance Australia 10.00 Ambulance 11.00 Blue Bloods

6.00 Weekend Sunrise: Presented by Matt Doran and Monique Wright 9.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 Morning Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 - Day Session 3.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 Afternoon Session 6.00 Seven News:

Coverage of breaking news and local, national and international top stories. 7.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 Primetime Session 10.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 - Late Evening Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 1 Overnight Session 3.00 Home Shopping

5.30 A Current Affair 6.00 Animal Tales 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra Saturday 12.00 Hayley & Lauren’s Adelady 12.30 The Rebound 1.00 Destination WA 1.30 The Pet Rescuers 2.00 Beauty And The Geek 3.00 Suncorp Super Netball: Lightning v

Thunderbirds 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Attenborough's Life In Colour 8.30 Movie: Bumblebee 10.45 Movie: Aeon Flux 12.35 Cruises From Hell: Caught On Camera 1.30 Destination WA 2.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 2.00 The Seekers: Live In The UK 4.00 Trail Towns 4.35 Planet Expedition 5.35 Hitler's Olympics 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Hemingway: Hemingway enjoys an idyllic childhood in Oak Park, Illinois but, yearning for adventure, volunteers for the

Red Cross during WWI. 9.35 Movie: The Happy Prince (Belgium) 11..30 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown: Presented by Jimmy Carr 1.15 The Death Of Stalin 3.10 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 4.05 Vice Guide To Film 4.50 Destination Flavour - Japan

6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 World This Week 11.00 Compass 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Landline 1.30 Movin' To The Country 2.00 Dream Gardens 2.30 Shakespeare And Hathaway

3.15 Scottish Vets Down Under 4.00 The Sound 5.00 Art Works 5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 7.40 Grand Designs 8.30 Innocent 9.15 Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders 10.15 Operation Buffalo 11.10 Line Of Duty

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Joseph Prince 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Pooches At Play 8.30 Destination Dessert 9.00 Australia By Design: Innovations 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday 12.00 Left Off The Map 12.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 1.00 Three Veg And

Meat 1.30 Freshly Picked With Simon Toohey 2.00 My Market Kitchen 2.30 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 3.00 Not Announced 4.30 Farm To Fork 5.00 10 News 6.30 Sunday Project 7.30 Australian Survivor 9.00 FBI 12.00 Sunday Project

6.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 Morning Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 - Day Session 3.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 Afternoon Session 6.00 Seven News: Coverage of breaking news and local, national and

international top stories, plus sport, finance and weather updates. 7.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 Primetime Session 10.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 - Late Evening Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 2 Overnight Session 3.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

6.00 Animal Tales 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Sunday Footy Show 12.00 Sports Sunday 1.00 Suncorp Super Netball: Vixens v Firebirds 3.00 Travel Guides 4.00 Beauty And The Geek 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News

7.00 Beauty And The Geek 8.30 60 Minutes 9.30 Nine News 10.00 Method Of A Serial Killer 11.50 Killed By My Stalker 12.40 Dr Christian Jessen Will See You Now 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Take Two 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 1.00 Speedweek 3.30 Power And Paranoia In The Third Reich 4.30 The Last B-24 5.30 Fall Of Japan In Colour 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Inside Monaco: Playground Of The Rich: Director Michael Waldman explores how this extraordinary

country operates. 10.50 Eritrea: The Secret State 11.50 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown: Presented by Jimmy Carr 12.45 Life And Birth: There is joy after a dramatic delivery. 4.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 4.55 Destination Flavour - Japan

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Landline 11.00 Grand Designs 12.00 ABC News 1.00 The Durrells 1.50 Chopsticks Or Fork? 2.05 Harrow 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Escape From The City 4.55 Anh's Brush With Fame 5.25 Hard Quiz

6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 One Plus One 8.30 Four Corners 9.15 Media Watch 9.35 Great Barrier Reef – The Next Generation 10.30 ABC News 11.00 Cancer: A Story of Hope 12.00 Baptiste 1.00 Agatha’s Christie’s The ABC Murders

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Australian Survivor 2.30 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News

6.30 The Project 7.30 Australian Survivor 9.00 Have You Been Paying Attention? 10.00 Georgie Carroll The Gloves Are Off 11.30 The Project 12.30 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial 3.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 Morning Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 - Day Session 3.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 Afternoon Session 5.30 The Chase Australia: Presented by Larry Emdur 6.00 Seven News

7.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 Primetime Session 10.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 - Late Evening Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 3 Overnight Session 3.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News: Latest news, sport and weather from Australia and around the world.

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Getaway 12.30 Beauty And The Geek 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Win News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Beauty And The

Geek 8.40 Botched 9.40 Footy Classified 10.40 Nine News 11.10 The Arrangement 12.05 Tipping Point 1.00 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 Arabia 3.00 Great British Railway Journeys 3.35 The Cook Up 4.10 The Secret Life Of 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Jimmy Carter: Rock And Roll President:

Charts the mostly forgotten story of how Carter forged a tight bond with musicians Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers, Bob Dylan and others. 9.20 I Am Johnny Cash 10.50 SBS World News 11.20 The Investigation 12.15 Das Boot 3.35 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 4.30 Vice Guide To Film

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Four Corners 11.00 Antiques Roadshow 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Belgravia 1.45 Chopsticks Or Fork? 2.05 Harrow 3.00 ABC News 4.00 Escape From The City 5.00 Anh's Brush With Fame

5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Ms Represented 8.35 The Truth About Fasting 9.35 And We Danced 10.35 ABC News 11.10 Q+A 12.10 Putin: A Russian Spy Story 1.00 Call The Midwife 2.00 rage

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Australian Survivor 2.30 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield

4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Australian Survivor 9.00 The Cheap Seats 10.00 The Montreal Comedy Festival 11.00 The Project 12.00 The Late Show 1.00 Home Shopping 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise: Presented by Natalie Barr and David Koch 9.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 Morning Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 - Day Session 3.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 Afternoon Session 5.30 The Chase

Australia: Presented by Larry Emdur 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 Primetime Session 10.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 - Late Evening Session 12.00 Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Day 4 Overnight Session 3.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Desperate Housewives 1.00 Beauty And The Geek 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Win News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair

7.30 Beauty And The Geek. 8.40 The Weakest Link: Presented by Magda Szubanski 9.40 Kath & Kim 10.50 Nine News 11.20 Emergence 12.10 Tipping Point 1.00 A Current Affair 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Take Two 5.00 Nine News

5.00 World Watch 2.00 The World's Most Extraordinary Homes 3.05 Great British Railway Journeys 3.40 The Cook Up 4.10 The Secret Life Of... 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Who Do You Think

You Are? Natalie Bassingthwaighte traces her family’s history . 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 The Feed 10.30 SBS World News 11.00 Cacciatore: The Hunter 12.00 Cardinal 3.20 Alex Polizzi The Fixer 4.30 Vice Guide To Film

Wednesday

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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: 0414 993 394 Shepparton

6

Phone: 5825 3861

Phone: 5858 4436 04 23 880 710

61 Echuca Rd, Mooroopna

Shop 3 112-114 Fryers St, Shepparton

5

DAMIAN DRUM

SEB MANGIAMELI

MARK PERRY

Phone: 5821 5371

Phone: 5821 7155

Phone: 5821 3196

426 Wyndham St, Shepparton

8

7

3 Edward St, Shepparton

7

121 Rowe St, Shepparton

E agle

7

Auto Panel PTY LTD

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROCKY GAGLIARDI

MAX ALLEN

GOODFELLOWS RENTALS & STORAGE

Phone: 5831 1800

Phone: 5822 0861

Phone: 5823 5888

182 High St, Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 RICHMOND 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

7

98 Drummond Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 6 ADELAIDE 4 SYDNEY

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

6

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

Melbourne Rd, South Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5858 5695

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

City Central Arcade, 16/69 High St, Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

JOSH SLEETH Phone: 5822 2055

6

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

Phone: 5823 1800

44 Wyndham St Shepparton

7900 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kialla

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

7

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

SCOTT CAMPBELL

ANGELO KAKOUROS

CRAIG BRAMLEY

8006 Melbourne Rd, Shepparton South

Phone: 0418 524 188

Phone: 5824 1122

Phone: 5823 1590

7

64 Stewart St Shepparton

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

MICK O’ROURKE

Phone: 5831 5880

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

6 FREMANTLE 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

FRASER KERRINS

Shop 4, Shepparton Marketplace

6

FURNITURE

ELECTRICAL 4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

6

5

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

5

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

JAMIE SPENCER

SHEPPARTON

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS 4 GEELONG

6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

Corner of High St & St. Georges Rd, Shepparton

112 Hogan St, Tatura

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS $ 99 4 DRAW EA

1

Mangoes

6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES PRICE 4 SYDNEY $

5

74 EA

$

SAVE

574

Yellowglen Sparkling 750ml Selected Varieties

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6

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

VIC BOVALINO Phone: 5821 4588

7 ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

1/2

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

133 Maude St, Shepparton

6

THE PHANTOM

Tatura4 GEELONG Tatura Christmas Christmas Essentials Essentials 4 ESSENDON

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON GREAT 4 W.C. EAGLES VALUE 4 SYDNEY

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

THE PHANTOM

Phone: 5831 3833

SHEPPARTON

RADIATORS & WINDSCREENS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

1. HARVEY NORMAN ELECTRICAL .............................................................104 2. INTERSPORT SHEPPARTON ...................................................................104 3. GV CARPORTS & PATIOS .......................................................................103 4. DAMIAN DRUM MP ................................................................................102 5. MARKET MEATS.....................................................................................102 6. SHEPPARTON GOLF CLUB......................................................................101 7. HARVEY NORMAN FURNITURE ..............................................................101 8. LOAN MARKET - SHEPPARTON ..............................................................101 9. SHEPPARTON RADIATOR & WINDSCREEN............................................... 99 10.VIATEK..................................................................................................... 98 11.WENDY LOVELL M.P................................................................................. 98 12.BALFOUR’S MOOROOPNA & AIRPORT DIRECT ....................................... 98 13.GAGLIARDI SCOTT REAL ESTATE.............................................................. 97 14.PEPPERMILL INN SHEPPARTON ............................................................... 97 15.DATA PARTS............................................................................................. 97 16.THE PHANTOM ........................................................................................ 97 17.LINEMASTA.............................................................................................. 97 18.A & G CUSTOM FENCING ......................................................................... 96 19.GAME TRAFFIC & CONTRACTING ............................................................ 96  20.BAROLLI REAL ESTATE ............................................................................. 96  21.HARVEY NORMAN COMPUTERS .............................................................. 96 22.THE BOTTLE-O WAREHOUSE SHEPPARTON............................................. 95 23.TATURA FOODWORKS............................................................................. 95 24.ELDERS INSURANCE SHEPPARTON.......................................................... 94 25.PLASTA KINGS ......................................................................................... 94 26.MONARCH PERSONNEL........................................................................... 93 27.FAIRLEYS SUPA IGA ................................................................................. 93 28.EAGLE AUTO PANEL................................................................................. 92 29.VAB HAIRDRESSING ................................................................................ 92 30.GOODFELLOWS CAR & TRUCK RENTALS ................................................. 86 31.STANDBY SECURITY SERVICES................................................................ 72

NIPPER HARVEY

Phone: 5820 2900

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

TOP TIPSTERS

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 6 ADELAIDE 4 SYDNEY

BECC FISCHER

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

5

KIERAN MOON 6

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 ESSENDON 6 BRISBANE 4 CARLTON 6 ST KILDA 24 PK 6 ADELAIDE $ 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 SYDNEY EA 4 DRAW SAVE $1099

44

Crown Lager 375ml x 24 pack

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

6 NTH MELBOURNE 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

6 FREMANTLE 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY


SPORT

WILL PHILLIPS

STEVEN MURRAY

Phone: 5822 7577

Phone: 5822 1555

125-131 New Dookie Rd Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE e if a product is right for you.6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

7

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

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

177-193 Numurkah Rd, Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

6

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 6 ADELAIDE 4 SYDNEY

ADAM DENNY

DARYL EMMETT

Phone: 5820 2900

Phone: 5831 2031 70 Mitchell St, Shepparton

7

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

7

COMPUTERS ROUND 18 SELECTIONS ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 RICHMOND 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

SPONSORSHIP DEAL... GV Stars, Back L-R: David, Jedd, Matt, Liam, Blade, Thomas, Adam, Ben G, Front L-R: Brad, Tom, Rishari, Joe, Ethan, Rob, Ben S, Jamie. Photo: Supplied

All abilities shine THANKS to GOTAFE, the all abilities GV Stars Aussie Rules team will be further supported by monetary sponsorship to help expand their team, aid with sporting uniforms and help fund other activities and projects on the horizon. GOTAFE recently were named the state inclusive

Charlie hits a holeB u y i n g in-one! your first home Phone: 38 372 280 0438

Phone: 0438 354 524 Shepparton

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

trainer of the year award and the prize money that came with this award, $5000, was given to the GV Stars as part of a sponsorship deal. CEO Travis Heeney decided that GOTAFE would then match this prize money amount which will give the club $10,000 over three years.

MIKE TIMOTHEE

JARROD HARRY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

Adviser

6

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

PETER LEHNE

281 Wyndham St Shepparton

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

6

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

RUSS POWELL

Phone: (03) 4418 2621

Phone: 5821 2717

20 Telford Drive, Shepparton

7

15 Golf Dr, Shepparton,

6

BIG celebrations were all round at Sheppar ton G olf Club on Thursday, July 8. Regular player, Charlie Ezard hit a 7 iron on the 5th off the blue markers.

HOLE IN ONE... Charlie Ezard at the 5th after his hole in one at Shepparton Golf Course.

     

GOLF CLUB

     

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 RICHMOND 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

is not impWENDY ossible.

BRADLEY CAMPBELL

LOVELL

Phone: 0437 710 556

Phone: 5821 6668

193B Corio St, Shepparton

6

222 Wyndham Street Shepparton

8

Wendy Lovell MP

Loans m a d e simple

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 6 BRISBANE 6 ST KILDA 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

ROUND 18 SELECTIONS

4 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON 6 ADELAIDE 4 SYDNEY

4 GEELONG 4 RICHMOND 4 PT. ADELAIDE 4 W. BULLDOGS 4 DRAW

4 ESSENDON 6 COLLINGWOOD 4 W.C. EAGLES 4 SYDNEY

Contact your local Loan Market broker for an obligation free appointment.

ALL THERE TO SEE... There to witness the hole-in-one action at the back left, Gary Dickason, Warren Dodd, in front from left, Nathan Wilson and hole-inone successor, Charlie Ezard.

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