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THE GAME IS ON... Demons supporter Kyle Power from Shepparton and Doggies supporter Chelsea McKay from Shepparton show some fight for this Saturday’s big game. Photo: Kelly Lucas

By Stephanie Holliday A LOCAL Kyabram mum’s brilliant idea has resulted in her being reunited with her childhood cubby, built by her father around 30 years ago, after asking the Kyabram community if anyone recognised the structure from a photo. Kasey James decided it was time to get a cubby house for her growing family, having spent countless hours as a little girl with her sister playing in her own. Continued Page 12

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Demons out to break drought of 57 years CHELSEA McKay and Tom Ryan from Kevin Hicks Real Estate are mad about the Bulldogs. Footy is often a family affair, passed down from relatives. This is true for Chelsea, whose parents grew up around Footscray

and for Tom, whose cousin is the legendary Bulldogs player, Bob Murphy. Being a Mad Dog supporter may mean being the underdog and defending your team, but Chelsea thinks Melbourne is a good match for the Doggies. If they come out

on top, she won’t let her Geelong-supporting husband, or anyone else, forget it. “He says I’m a bad winner but it’s a big moment when we get in.” Continued Page 12 Mad for Melbourne Page 3

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THINK

THINK GREAT!

Shape the future of your Greater Shepparton! Our Council Plan sets out how we will work towards our community’s vision over the next four years. We’re asking for your assistance to review the Draft Council Plan and let us know your thoughts. Visit shaping.greatershepparton.com.au/think-big-think-great

Vibrant and Diverse Economy

Social Responsibility and Wellbeing

We will prioritise our leadership in the community to celebrate our cultures, people and places that makes Greater Shepparton a unique, vibrant, diverse and liveable region.

Five Key Themes

Environment and Climate Emergency

Infrastructure and Technology

Our 2021-2025 Council Plan has five key themes to achieve its strategic direction:

THEME 1: COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

Community Leadership

THEME 2: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND WELLBEING

THEME 3: VIBRANT AND DIVERSE ECONOMY

THEME 4: INFRASTRUCTURE AND TECHNOLOGY

THEME 5: ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE EMERGENCY

We will support the mental and physical health and wellbeing of all in our community, ensuring universal access to information, services, housing, healthcare and learning opportunities.

We will focus on driving economic development and establishing a strong, adaptive, sustainable and thriving region supported by agriculture and a diverse range of industries that provide employment and other opportunities to the community.

We will focus on the planning of our region’s requirements to enable delivery of technology and infrastructure to meet the current and future needs of the community.

We will prioritise our environment and take urgent action to reduce emissions and waste in order to protect public health and create a region that mitigates and adapts to climate change.

Community Outcomes Youth require ready and accessible opportunities to reach their full potential.

We are focused on mental and physical health and wellbeing.

Greater Shepparton is a vibrant, welcoming and evolving community.

Leading in technological and sustainable renewable innovations.

All First Nations peoples of the land are recognised, respected and celebrated.

Learning and development opportunities are provided to the whole community in an inclusive and equitable way.

Greater Shepparton is a progressive region of opportunity and potential.

Infrastructure planning meets the future needs of the Community.

Community Vision

Sustaining and enhancing our natural environment. Establishing a circular economy, reducing waste and emissions

Infrastructure within the region is maintained to leave the next generation with better assets.

Why do we have a Council Plan?

A new Council Plan is developed every four years following Council elections.

A diverse, vibrant and connected community valuing accessible opportunities for everyone. We adapt and respond in a way that is innovative, sustainable and accountable. We acknowledge where we have been and look forward to where we are going. Together we are Greater!” An independent Community Panel considered the community ideas from the community and leaders in our region and their own views, and empowered by our Councillors, developed the Community Vision, adopted by Council on 15 June 2021.

The Council Plan is developed by Council in consultation with our community. In accordance with the Local Government Act 2020, Council must use a deliberative engagement process to ensure that the community in involved on the development of the Plan.

Have your say

To have your say choose one of the following: • Visit shaping.greatershepparton.com.au /think-big-think-great • Phone 03 5832 9700 • Email council@shepparton.vic.gov.au • Write to us at Locked Bag 1000, Shepparton, VIC 3632

Timelines

3 October 2021 - Closing date for feedback October 2021 - Council Plan adopted by Council

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Mad for Melbourne SHEPPARTON resident, Wally Hudson has been an avid Melbourne Demons supporter his whole life, and he has the merchandise, memorabilia and memories to show for it. An old book on VFL rules he was gifted growing up is decorated with prominent signatures. Ron Barassi has signed, “Keep on barracking for us,” inside the cover and Wally’s passion has persisted so strongly and contagiously that his late wife, Margaret, became just as enthused by the team. "She went crazier for Melbourne than me, I think,” he says, “I could show you so many Melbourne footy jumpers, it would knock your eyes out.” He estimates Marg would have had more than 30 jumpers, and she was a Demon’s AFLW Foundation member. “We got married in the mid-70s and watched Melbourne get thrashed week after week.” Sadly, Margaret Hudson lost her threeyear battle with ovarian cancer on May 16 this year. To kick off footy season this year, Marg, Wally and close friends attended the president’s dinner and opening game. “Marg was beside herself, she just loved it.” The kindness the Demon’s team have

LIFELONG SUPPORTER... Wally Hudson remembers his late wife Margaret ahead of the AFL Grand Final this weekend. Photo: Deanne Jeffers

continued to show the family since learning of Marg’s passing has overwhelmed Wally. “They don’t have to do anything, but

they’ve been more than kind to us.” Mooroopna Football and Netball Club’s Clayton Oliver (Demons) and Laitham Vandermeer (Bulldogs) will go head-to-head in the 2021 AFL Grand Final.

Adding to the list of local talent in the Grand Final are Josh Schache, who once donned Seymour colours, and Charlie Sprago, former player for the Albury Tigers.

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Waterway update

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS...Footy tipping experts at Harvey Norman Shepparton, Kieren Moon from Harvey Norman Electrical and Becc Fischer from Harvey Norman Furniture take out the first and second prize for the season. Photo: Kelly Lucas

Don’t forget to have your say on the draft Goulburn Murray Irrigation District (GMID) Drainage Management Strategy! The strategy provides clear directions on the future management of drainage in the region in light of changes to climate and irrigation. It recognises drainage benefits are now more evenly shared between all types of agriculture. Road infrastructure needs to be managed in environmentally and culturally sensitive ways and costs and service requirements need to be simpler. That’s why we want to know: what you like about the draft strategy; what you think is missing; and which of the strategy’s proposals you think are most important. For information visit the Engage Victoria website https://engage.vic.gov.au. Closes October 25

Read more about monitoring at www.flow-mer.org.au Benefits of water for the environment: Prompt native fish to move and breed

Boost recreational fishing opportunities

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Provide shelter and food for fish, birds, water bugs and other native animals

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E V E RYON E has a n opi n ion about football, often coloured by their own personal preferences thus it takes a clear mind, steady nerves and determination in order to pick the most winners each week, week on week, all year. Throughout the season, marred as it was by lockdowns and Covid restrictions, the lead changed several times but on the final siren, they were down to a few remaining survivors.

Coming in with the best point score was Kieren Moon from Harvey Norman Electrical Shepparton with 133 points winning a $1,800 Grand Final Party Pack, followed closely by Becc Fischer from Harvey Norman Furniture Shepparton winning a WebberQ BBQ and meat tray valued at $500 and in third place, Mike Timothee from Loan Market in Shepparton, winning a $200 Fairleys SUPA IGA voucher.

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Have faith and we will thrive

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GREATER SHEPPARTON SECONDARY COLLEGE

Shepparton Festival Creative Director

As a young person, I came from a life of dysfunction. School was my saving grace and the patience and encouragement of my teachers shaped me. I now work in the arts and events industry because of my experience at Shepparton High School, so I too was sad to see it go. But something the school taught me was to foster a positive attitude. Follow us on

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There is no end to the opportunities GSSC has to offer and I have faith it will thrive. I believe in the next generation, my children will be part of the school’s history and I, as a proactive parent, will support the school anyway I can. When we come together, we are unstoppable. Behind these doors, the final touches are being made to Shepparton’s newest performing arts venue. The Enterprise and Innovation Centre also features specialist dance and music rooms to complement its theatre space.


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Tradies book now for priority vaccines CONSTRUCTION workers are at the heart of a four-week compliance blitz ensuring that the sector is adhering to COVIDsafe guidelines since work sites have been identified as major sources of transmission. Some 20,000 priority Pfizer appointments will be made available to construction workers at all sites across Victoria, excluding drive-through vaccination sites. The Government will also supply Incolink, an industry fund supporting construction workers, with unlimited supply of AstraZeneca for their construction vaccination program. Anyone who works at a site where civil

works, building or construction activities take place, including contractors and architects working on-site, are eligible. All workers should book via the Coronavirus hotline between Monday and Friday to ensure they receive priority access. Many people working in construction are young, highly mobile and unvaccinated. Because of the public health risks, a ‘zero tolerance’ approach is being harnessed to send a clear message about non-compliance. For more information, contact the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 or visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au

FOUR WEEK COMPLIANCE BLITZ... 20,000 priority Pfizer appointments will be made available to construction workers at all sites across Victoria, excluding drive-through vaccination sites. Photo: Deanne Jeffers

First Nations vaccination figures questioned I N DEPEN DEN T Member for Shepparton District Suzanna Sheed has called on the Health Minister Martin Foley to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders get vaccinated. Ms Sheed used her question without notice to ask Minister Foley why the vaccination rates for Indigenous Australians had been inflated to more than double the actual amount. “I was shocked to hear that our understanding of the vaccination rates of Victoria’s Indigenous population have been greatly inflated,” Ms Sheed said in parliament. “We have seen the spread of COV ID-19 across

western New South Wales, and Victorians have been congratulating themselves on having such a high rate of vaccination among our Indigenous community. Ms Sheed asked Mr Foley how vaccination figures could be so wrong and asked him what level of oversight the State Government had to ensure their accuracy in the future. She added that she had spoken to Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation’s chief executive, Jill Gallagher, who was concerned about the vaccination rates among Indigenous communities in the Shepparton and Hume regions.

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Farming future looking greener than ever

A message from Jeremy Rensford

etc.), yet little could I have known that our entire city would be so quickly tested. In my opinion we did put aside our differences and achieved amazing things together as one city, a direct answer to our collective prayers. I really look forward with eager anticipation further wins and breakthroughs for our city as we all grow together.

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A message from Jeremy Rensford, chair, Shepparton Ministers’ Association. WE’VE learnt a lot about our city of Greater Shepparton in the last few weeks. As you are no doubt aware, a large percentage of our residents were recently in lengthy quarantine, and it caused chaos. As one of those residents not in isolation, I was able to witness firsthand through my work with Shepparton Foodshare and our many partners just how special our townsfolk are. The surge of support we community leaders received was nothing short of astonishing. Equally important, and hopefully not lost in the celebration of what we collectively achieved, was the spirit of unity amongst the leaders, staff and volunteers of the critical response organisations. We banded together, rolled up our sleeves to work hard, shared resources of all varieties and not only got the job done, but also showed what we can achieve in the future when the next obstacle inevitably arises. The local churches around our town have been praying together for several years for unity to be in our city, and we would see what has happened as a direct answer to our prayers. Jesus himself was a huge advocate for unity, petitioning his Father in heaven (God) with this prayer “I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one”. Many of these monthly articles have mentioned themes of unity (eg. agreeing to disagree, avoiding blame shifting

R E AC H I NG net-zero emissions could score Australian farmers an extra $43B in take home income for themselves, a report has found. These findings, released by Farmers for Climate Action (FCA), reveal that agriculture industries can reach net-zero without reducing herd sizes, so long as the right support and investments are established to meet the growing demand for climate action. The agricultural sector contributed around 15 percent of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions last year. Taking a conservative approach to emissions reduction will see agricultural industries reach the net-zero goal by 2040, so long as global warming is limited to 1.5-2C. “Much of what needs to be happening – planting trees and ground cover on non-productive land and within productive systems, adopting best practice grazing management – is already underway. We just need to scale it up,” said FCA chief executive, Fiona Davis. Greater investment and popular uptake would see environmental goals met even sooner, while creating additional income and jobs within the sector. Inaction, however, will cost our environment and our economy. Loss of agricultural production due to climate events is estimated to cost $5B annually, while Europe’s plan to implement carbon tariffs may threaten the prosperity of Australia’s ag exports.

Financial incentives for kinder teachers. Giving Victorian children the best start means more qualified teachers are needed across the state. Teachers not currently working in the sector: Join or re-join the sector and be financially rewarded with $9,000. All qualified teachers: Get up to $50,000* on top of your salary for positions at high-priority services. Search and apply for a position that suits you via the new Jobs Board at vic.gov.au/kinder *Terms and conditions apply, visit vic.gov.au/kinder

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SHEPPARTON Foodshare still needs a permanent home and the Member for Northern Victoria, Wendy Lovell, has thrown her support behind the invaluable initiative. Ms Lovell is seeking funding from the State Government to construct a permanent home for the organisation. During the adjournment debate in State Parliament this week, Ms Lovell sang the praises of Shepparton Foodshare, highlighting its wonderful contribution during the recent COVID-19 outbreak in Greater Shepparton. Ms Lovell said the organisation took a lead role during the crisis, co-ordinating food distribution to the thousands of families unable to access basic goods and services whilst completing their required 14-day quarantine period. Wo r k i n g w i t h o t h e r a g e n c i e s , S h e pp a r to n Fo o d s h a r e d i s t r ibut e d more than 61,000 kilograms of food to vulnerable people over ten days. A s rep or t e d e a rl ier t h i s mont h , Shepparton Foodshare must vacate their current facility in Mooroopna by February 2022. The Foodshare Board plan to purchase land and are seeking government funding to construct a fit-for-purpose facility that will become the organisation’s permanent home. “The provision of the $950,000 would

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Camel milk, a nutritious alternative Camel milk is low in fat and lactose and is a great alternative to those who have issues with dairy. By Stephanie Holliday THE demand for fresh milk continues to increase both for our local market and for export. It’s not only the dairy industry that’s run off its feet with The Camel Milk Co Australia, located in Kyabram, reporting a surge in demand for its liquid gold. This is in addition the amount of camels at their farm expected to soon surpass 700, with an estimated 200 calves to be born by the end of Spring. Megan Williams and husband, Chris, run The Camel Milk Co Australia, which supplies the world with nutritious camel milk. They are also about to launch a new range of high-quality skincare products. Camel milk is low in fat and lactose and is a great alternative to those who have issues with dairy. It contains Lactoferrin and is a good source of protein, calcium,

700 CAMELS...Owner of Kyabram’s The Camel Milk Co Australia Megan Williams on the farm with some camel pals. Photos: Supplied

mag nesiu m a nd pot assiu m. H ig h i n protein, camel milk is gently pasteurised to maintain most of its nutritional quality with no additives or preservatives. Camel milk does not to contain the whey protein Beta Lactoglobulin (BLg). This protein can cause some intolerances to traditional dairy, the only other milk not to contain this is in fact human milk. Megan and husband Chris first met

in 2008 in Alice Springs. Not long after meeting, they worked together at Andado station where they of ten saw camels roaming wild. They were fascinated by the beauty of the camels and would often watch them for hours. It was during this time that Chris and Megan started to dream of starting their own camel milk dairy. A couple of years later, they moved to Victoria to a dairy farm with Megan's parents.

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“Having been brought up working on a dairy farm, and then falling in love with camels, it seemed like a perfect match for us to start up a camel milk dairy.” she said. Megan and Chris are always looking for staff for their ever-growing farm, especially with 200 more baby camels on the way.

Food trucks turned away GREATER Shepparton will miss another event this year due to COVID-19. The 2021 Fryers Street Food Festival, scheduled for November, will be postponed for the second year in a row. The festival was cancelled in 2020, but event organisers remember when thousands would travel to experience a variety of meals and treats on offer, contributing significantly to the local economy. “We would love nothing better than to provide the opportunity for people to gather and share in all that the

Fryers Street Food Festival has to offer,” said Co-event organiser and founder of Your Project Partner, Liz Connick. “When I reflect on the success of the 2019 event it makes me even more determined to provide a celebration for our community and showcase our rich offerings of food, beer, wine and music.” The current lockdown will hit the local tourism industry hard, and Council encourages eligible businesses to seek support through the Victorian Government Business

Support Packages. “Fryers Street is still the home to many wonderful restaurants, cafes and retail businesses that continue to provide COVID safe services,” said Mayor Cr Kim O’Keeffe. “We encourage the community to support local businesses where possible through take-away, click and collect and purchasing vouchers so our businesses will be able to open their doors once restrictions ease.”

Wendy Lovell MP

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region Thank you to the Greater Shepparton community for your magnificent response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please contact me if you require any assistance. p: (03) 5821 6668 e: wendy.lovell@parliament.vic.gov.au www.wendylovell.com.au Scan QR code to visit Wendy’s website Authorised by Wendy Lovell MP, 222 Wyndham Street Shepparton. Funded from Parliamentary Budget

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It’s never you, until it is.

More people die on farms than in other workplaces – let’s change that. Every death and injury on any farm is preventable. You might think you’re bulletproof and an accident won’t happen to you. You know your land like the back of your hand. You know your tools, your machinery, your vehicles. But accidents can happen to anyone. At any moment, the worst can happen. At any moment, it could be you.

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for the Taungurung people to live. Nagambie was once the main mail route between Melbourne and Shepparton when the highway followed the rail line. The lake provides a major attraction bringing holiday makers to the region in the seasons and offers a multitude of activities for those who make the town their home. Curios and country living dominate the quiet and tidy main boulevard with an abundance of heritage buildings that have been carefully preserved.

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Family treasure found after 20 years continued from front page INSTEAD of getting a new one, Kasey decided to post on Facebook in the hope that someone in the community still had the cubby on their property. “Mum gave the cubby away to another family 20 years ago when my sister and I had stopped playing in it,” said Kasey. “All she remembered though is that she gave it to a family who lived down the Avenue.” Kasey’s dad, Jesse, lovingly built the cubby house in 1992 using left over supplies from their house extension project. It was a little version of their family home and even had connected power. Kasey’s father was diagnosed with MS when she was only four years old and passed away when she was eight. The cubby is of great significance to the family as it was the last project Jesse worked on before he became ill. “We were so happy that a lady saw the post and recognised the cubby, she sent a photo to us and it was the same one we cherished as children,” said Kasey. “I have two little girls now myself and another babe due in February, I am beyond excited for them to have this special gift from

BUILT FROM SCRATCH...Kasey James’ father Graeme (known as Jesse, deceased) built his daughters a cubby house in 1992 that they loved and cherished. He passed away when Kasey was only eight years old after his battle with MS. Photo: Supplied

their poppy in our own backyard.” The lady in possession of the cubby has kindly said Kasey’s family can have it back

and much to their delight, the cubby looks the same. “It just needs a little TLC but that’s expected

A GIFT FROM POPPY... Kasey James with her partner Nate and daughters Jayda and Liana who will be able to play in their mum’s childhood cubby house thanks to a kind stranger. Photo: Supplied

as it’s 30 years old, but it’s still the same lovely space built by dad that we enjoyed so much as little girls.”

Demons out to break drought of 57 years continued from front page TOM likes that the Bulldogs play a fast-paced game, that they play to their strengths, and that they show inventiveness on the field. Many would remember Tom Boyd’s iconic goal into the centre square during the 2016 AFL Grand Final; a top moment for Tom and a display many supporters hope to see again. On local boy, Laitham Vandermeer’s performance leading

up to the Grand Final, Tom said, “Laitham came back good after injury. He smashed it last year and returned strong.” Tom remembers playing against Laitham when he played for the Shepparton Bears. Bill Dowling, president of the Mooroopna Football and Netball Club, said that “Both Laitham and Clayton are former Mooroopna juniors who both went on to play senior football

with the Cats. Clayton played in our U16s premiership team in 2013 while Laitham will be aiming for his first flag. We obviously wish both boys well and look forward to reliving their story with them when they return to Mooroopna in the off season.” Alex Keath, also playing for the Bulldogs, is a former player for the Shepparton Bears.

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Are you passionate about making a real difference to the health and wellness of the local community, one individual at a time? Aquamoves is a truly inclusive facility meaning we embrace people of all abilities and all walks of life. We strive at every interaction to give our members the highest quality service, ensuring they feel supported wherever they may be on their fitness and health journey. We require team members who pride themselves on delivering the highest standard of engaging customer service. The ideal candidates will be friendly, flexible, motivated and reliable, demonstrate that they too prioritise their health and wellbeing and be both team and community orientated. Aquamoves is seeking fun and vibrant people to join our team.

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We need someone who prioritises great customer service! Is this you? • High standard customer service skills • Strong verbal and written communication skills • Can assist and engage with people of all ages and backgrounds • Committed and reliable • Customer service experience in the leisure industry or similar • Experience with money handling

If you are passionate about helping people make a positive difference to their own well-being through movement and mind/body awareness, we want to hear from you!

Love teaching others to swim? Care about water safety?

Got a passion for the water? Enjoy working outdoors?

Our Swim School provides opportunities for all members of our community to learn the vital lesson of swimming and water safety. We are looking for qualified Swimming teachers with current CPR and a Working with Children Check.

Come and join our professional Lifeguarding team. You can work at: • Aquamoves – indoors and outdoors • Rural pools at Mooroopna, Tatura and Merrigum – outdoors

For further information about these positions, please contact Vanessa Loverso, Customer Service Coordinator, on (03) 5832 9400.

You will need: • Relevant group fitness qualifications (e.g. Yoga, Pilates) • Current Police Check • Current Working with Children Check Preferred: • First Aid • CPR • Registration with a peak body Please register your interest by sending through your resume to Jacqui Byrnes at jacqui.byrnes@aquamoves.com.au

The Aquamoves Swim School operates private lessons Monday to Friday from 9.00am and 3.30pm. We also offer an extensive Schools Swimming Program between 10.00am and 2.30pm. All lessons are run in line with the Victorian School Terms. For further information about these positions, please contact Liliana Angeles, Program and Education Coordinator on (03) 5832 9409.

You’ll need the relevant qualifications, excellent communication skills, to be committed, reliable and able to deliver a high standard of supervision and customer service. If you can be flexible with shifts, are enthusiastic and show initiative, then you will suit our great lifeguarding team. For further information about these positions, please contact Timothy Dooling on (03) 5832 9400.

Position descriptions and information on applying can be found at recruitment.greatershepparton.com.au/jobs

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Aquamoves is proudly provided by Greater Shepparton City Council.

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Rapid testing to get trains back on track A PUSH for rapid testing to be rolled out for staff across the public transport network is imperative to preventing future shutdowns of Victoria’s regional train network. V/Line disruptions on the Bendigo, Seymour, Gippsland, Geelong and Ballarat lines will continue for weeks, as the regional train operator scrambles to staff services while more than 300 workers are in isolation. Deputy Leader of The Nationals and Shadow Minister for Public Transport Steph Ryan said an appalling failure to put a plan in place has stranded regional travellers. “Despite the government having 18 months to plan, the first sign of trouble has left the entire V/Line network at a standstill,” Ms Ryan said. “Hundreds of trains continue to be cancelled every week and the government has no plan to get the trains back on time.” Reports today also suggest metropolitan train services would face mass disruptions in an outbreak among the workforce, with the head of Metro admitting the operator needs to better educate staff but is still in the process of developing a training program. “They have had 18 months to safeguard the state’s public transport network against outbreaks and to rollout rapid testing but has failed to do so,” Ms Ryan said. “The train driver who seeded the current outbreak was asymptomatic at work – if they’d had access to rapid testing, COVID would have been detected before it shut down the entire network. “Rapid testing is an extra layer of protection for Victorians, particularly those working in essential work and high-risk settings, that will help get Victoria back on track.”

HAPPY TO BE HERE... Liliana Angeles is all smiles near the water as she prepares to start on a rewarding new career doing what she loves in Shepparton. Photo: Kelly Lucas.

New faces and experiences to be found at Aquamoves OUTSIDE is heating up and Shepparton’s premier leisure centre, Aquamoves, has reopened with new plans and new faces.   Taking over as program and education coordiator, Liliana Angeles will use her professional swimming experience and her desire to help people and athletes to take Aquamoves’ swim school to the next level.  Liliana’s mother knew the importance of being a strong swimmer and encouraged Liliana to jump into aquatics as a toddler. Since then, she has swum at Nationals and represented her home country, Mexico, at the PanAmerican Games and at the World Championships in Canada in 2014. “Swimming is my passion. It’s my thing in life and I knew going forward that I wanted to do something that involves the sport but allows me to help other people and other athletes.”

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Liliana still attends swimming events and spends much of her time in the pool, and she is incredibly proud to join the team of professionals at Aquamoves. “The staff are so welcoming; they have such a good energy and they’re always so positive. They’ve been helping me to adjust a lot. I couldn’t recommend a better facility or a better team.” Aquamoves are looking for additional customer service staff, group fitness instructors, swim instructors and lifeguards to join their team. Anyone who is passionate about health and fitness, helping their community and wants to work with a vibrant and inclusive team is invited to apply. More information and position descriptions can be found at recruitment.greatershepparton.com.au/jobs or phone Aquamoves on 03 5832 9400.


Pictured from left: Personal Care Attendant, Nicola Lidster with resident Marcia Jones, resident, Ian Sutton (World War 2 veteran), resident, Nancy Ross with Volunteer, Moz. Photos Melanie Spencer.

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Hospital has evolved to become Nagambie HealthCare (NHC) , A community owned not for profit organisation providing Hospital, Aged and Community Care services to a catchment area of 3,300 square km that comprises predominantly of farms and small hamlets. A fundamental feature of NHC is that being a locally owned and supported service the service is acutely aware of the social determinants of health associated with rurality and social isolation and in particular their impact within the Nagambie community. As a rural provider, NHC maintains strong social justice values and places priority on access to its services without emphasis on financial resources. In supporting an ageing farming community NHC services are in demand, primarily due to the continuum of care, flexibility in service and outreach services

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Leading the team BRONWYN Beadle is a health professional with over 30 years of diverse experience in the health industry, 20 of which at an executive management level. Bronwyn is the CEO/Director of Nursing at Nagambie HealthCare and her wealth of experience

lends to her success in leading a facility for the past eight years. Bronwyn is a performer in clinical, financial, human resource and strategic management with a sound understanding of rural and regional health governance and policy directions.

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NAGAMBIE HealthCare has around 90 members of staff ranging from carers, to admin to maintenance. In chatting with some of them, the overwhelming opinion is it is a great place to be part of and to work. CEO, Bronwyn Beadle says, “We have a great organisational culture. Our staff are happy to come to work and that attitude is relayed through to the care of our patients, residents and community clients.” Rather than nominate one individual over another each month to highlight staff achievements, they draw a name out of a hat based on nominations from staff and consumers for one to be acknowledged. The name drawn receives a paid a day off work and some other side benefits like a massage and Bronwyn will take on their duties for the day. With low turn-over of staff and opportunities for staff to rotate across the many levels of service Nagambie HealthCare provides including acute care, nursing home, independent living, home help, respite and hospital recovery, staff think of their role as being part of a large family.

WINNER OF THE MONTHLY STAFF AWARD... CEO Bronwyn Beadle tells Chef Angel Manneken she is this month’s winner. Photo: Steve Hutcheson

RIGHT: Admin and HR Manager, Simone Homewood. Photos: Melanie Spencer

BEHIND THE SCENES... Hotel Services Manager, Dianne Jenner, left, and Business Development Manager, Sharni Lloyd, right.

Wes and Andrew, Kel and Maree send our congratulations to Nagambie Health on the completion stages 1 and 2 of the extension/renovation project. We are pleased to support this wonderful initiative taken by the board. Having personally visited patients in the hospital and hostel we know the care is second to none and the staff are wonderful.

Kelvingrove Village for over 55’s is a warm, safe environment to live. A change of lifestyle in a beautiful town. We have been in business locally since 1976 and are owner operators of the village. Inquiries and inspection are welcome by appointment by ringing 0412306906 or 0409383861.

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REDEVELOPMENT STAGES 1 & 2

Caring for the community

NEW ROOMS AT NAGAMBIE HEALTHCARE... Adding space and facility. Photo: Supplied

Adding space and amenity WHEN the Bush Nursing Hospital was first established in 1929, the design was according to the needs and funds available in the day. As the health care system in Australia has evolved in response to evidence based practice and modelling for health systems health services have adapted to best meet the need of their communities and health system frameworks. With that in mind, funds

provided by the State and Federal governments have been used to construct 10 new hospital rooms and to refurbish a further 18 Aged care rooms in line with modern standards. Older rooms will be remodelled to be larger and will include private ensuites and better overall amenity the works will also include the construction of a new kitchen and laundry

SERVING THE COMMUNITY... Front, PCA, Theva Maical and Endorsed Nurse, Lisette Brew, back. Photo: Melanie Spencer

NAGAMBIE HealthCare is a local community owned, operated and supported Aged Care Home located on the banks of Lake Nagambie. The health are provider offers care in various forms including independent and supported living accommodation, respite care, postsurgery care, high support care and palliative care. Allied Health Services are connected to the Aged Care Home

providing immediate access to all health needs including a local GP, physiotherapy, counselling, pathology, massage, audiology, dental, optometry, podiatry, dietician, speech pathology and a diabetes specialist. Through partnerships with Goulburn Valley Health Care NHC is also able to offer hospital and home care services to the Nagambie Community closer to home.

I would like to congratulate Nagambie HealthCare Management, Staff and Residents on the completion of stages 1 & 2 of the refurbishment. I am looking forward to working with you on the next stages of the project.

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Making the old new again FOR an establishment that has existed since 1929, the Nagambie HealthCare facility is in remakablely good condition. With the aid of $700,000 in Victorian Government funds and a further $2.1M in Federal funding, Nagambie HealthCare has been able to undertake some major refurbishment along with the construction of a number of new rooms and up-grading of others. The funds were also used to rebuild the façade and reception area that enhances the overall security of the centre.

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Maintaining our independence AS we age, we often want to down-size our life to a location that offers all the facilities and services we need. At the same time, we still want to retain our independence to do a little gardening or cook our own meals and enjoy our own comfort before we reach that point where we need more assistance. At Nagambie HealthCare, the options of accommodation range from independent living to full palliative care. For some, the independent units reside on the edge of Lake Nagambie

with views that are breath-taking. Maintaining your independence as well as having the added benefit of a full range of care and medical services close at hand is the best of both worlds. There are many services like cleaning, laundry, personal care and meals that can be made available to help you with everyday living so you may age independently. We may even want the gardening maintained for us yet still have a place of our own.

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BEHIND THE DELICIOUS MEALS... Chefs, Angel Manneken and Gurmeet Kaur prepare all the meals. Photo: Mel Spencer MAKING THE NEW GARDENS... Volunteer, Robbie Paris and Michael Rask are kept busy, Photo: Steve Hutcheson.

Managing the small details LIVING in surrounds of maintained gardens as we get older allows us to enjoy the labours of others and the beauty that the natural world provides. At Nagambie HealthCare, the gardens are lovingly maintained by Michael Rask and Volunteer Robbie

Paris who are busy working on landscaping the new gardens at the front of the centre following the recent redevelopment. Once this is complete, more works will follow in other areas around where the construction works have been completed.

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We proudly support & work closely with Nagambie HealthCare, our excellent community hospital & aged care hostel. Congratulations to Bronwyn and the fantastic staff on the expansion project.

IT’S TIME FOR BINGO… Far end, Volunteer, Jen Howden keeping residents minds active and entertained with one of their favourite games. Photo: Melanie Spencer

Keeping our mind and body functioning swim in the lakes cool waters while even just sitting by its edge will have its own therapeutic effect. The township of Nagambie is within walking distance for those that like to go for a coffee or simply browse the shops. The activity options are wide open such as bus trips, happy hour or even fraternising with kids from the kinder every so often and while maintaining independence is a priority, being able to join in is an advantage.

AGE has an uncanny ability to want to slow us down so it is only perseverance that we have available to slow that process down. Living on the edge of a lake offers an abundance of activities for the young at heart. At Nagambie HealthCare located right on the banks of Lake Nagambie, fishing is an easy activity to engage in as many do. There are some brave souls who, at the height of summer, will go for a

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STAG meeting moved online SHEPPARTON Theatre Arts Group Inc. (STAG) will host their Annual General Meeting (AGM) via Zoom on October 6 at 7pm. All members of the community are welcome

to attend, however, only STAG financial or life members are permitted to vote during the meeting. It is not too late to join the STAG group. Application forms and AGM documents

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Alarming rise in cybercrime EVERY eight seconds a cybercrime is counted a report has found, increasing 13 percent since last year. The Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) second Annual Cyber Threat Report reveals a concerning upward trend in cybercrime, particularly cases targeting vulnerable Australians and health services to conduct espionage, and to steal money and sensitive data. The Assistant Minister for Defence, Andrew Hastie MP, said that cyber is the new battleground, and it is a team effort and a shared responsibility to lift the nation’s defences by implementing cyber security measures. “Malicious cyber criminals are escalating

their attacks on Australians. We need all Australians to be vigilant by taking simple cyber security steps including using strong passphrases, enabling two-factor authentication, updating software and devices, and maintaining regular data backups, as well as being on guard against malicious emails and texts.” The ACSC regularly posts cyber advice and step-by-step guides tailored for all Australians and Australian businesses and organisations, available through cyber.gov.au. 24/7 support is available from ACSC via email (asd.assist@defence.gov.au) or by calling their hotline on 1300 CYBER1 (1300 292 371)

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GV Library back with school holiday fun RegionalRoad RoadMap Map Regional First Nations Vaccination Rates Edging closer toitithard ahard billion Like many, I amfinding finding accept Like many, I am totoaccept I was shocked to hear that vaccination rates dollars of investment inofallall the stepped process whichincludes includes Regional Road Map the stepped process which Victoria’s Indigenous population had been greatly

regional Victoria inone onecategory category before regional infinding before Shepparton District inflated toVictoria more than double the actualto amount, Like many, I am it hard accept the easing of restrictions can occur. following a technical software glitch. the easing of restrictions can occur. I Iall theweek’s stepped process includes Last Victorian Statewhich Budget was a “hold value the important work of the Chief value the important work of the Chief With the spread of COVID-19 across western New the fort” budget. It addressed debt with before higher regional Victoria in one category taxes some areas, while focusing on the I South Wales, Victorians have been congratulating Health Officer evidence-based theineasing ofand restrictions can occur. broken stateon of having our mental system. themselves such ahealth high rate of vaccination research. research. value the important work of the Chief among our Indigenous community, but it turnsthe out I am pleased that the funding However, I believe therewe areceived better in and this was notI believe the case and I raised matter with the However, there isisathe and budget brings our district closer tobetter $1 billion more positive way forward whereby the research. minister inway parliament last whereby week. inhealth Statepositive Government investment in our region more forward the regions can be divided into three areas over recent years. Much of these funds are being Victorian Health Minister Martin explained However, Ibe believe there isFoley a better and regions divided into three areas spent on can essential infrastructure in rail, health, along the linesway of our Primary Health how the Commonwealth Government error more positive forward whereby along theand lines of our Primary Health the education agriculture. Networks would meanareas occurred and(PHN). said the This Victorian Government was regions can be divided into three Networks (PHN). This would mean Inworking this Murray year’s budget, the Shepparton District with the Victorian Aboriginal Community the PHN which incorporates along the lines of our incorporates Primary Health missed out on our Organisation big-ticket items as the Murray PHN which Controlled Health peaksuch body northern Victoria, from Mildura toto ensure the Shepparton Bypass and Goulburn Valley Networks (PHN). This would mean the necessary resources were available to northern Victoria, from Mildura to get beyond Wodonga, would be Health’s Early Parenting Centre butassessed we did have the Murray PHN which incorporates people vaccinated as quickly as possible. beyond Wodonga, would in beeducation, assessed some meaningful investment separately to the south-west which Victoria, Mildura to have Inorthern will behealth making sure ourfrom First Nations people mental and protecting our horticulture separately to the south-west which includes Geelong for instance, aprotect city so easy accessWodonga, to vaccinations so they beyond would becan assessed industry. includes Geelong forwith instance, a city so closely integrated Melbourne. themselves, their families and the community. separately to the south-west which closely integrated with Melbourne. I’ve calledGeelong on the Victorian government includes for instance, a city so Changes in our border Government I’ve called on the Victorian government to immediately put in place the bubble closely integrated with Melbourne. toThere immediately put in place the have been some significant changes in our mechanisms to enable more I’ve called onrequired the Victorian government border with New South Wales. While Shepparton mechanisms required to enable more of the contact tracing and management to immediately putback in place the bubble not been returned to the of the pandemic response toborder be in our ofhas the contact tracing and management mechanisms required tosoon. enable more at this time, we hope it will be health services so that they can of regional the pandemic response to be in our of the contact tracing Cross-border residents whoand havemanagement not left the work with our PHN’s and other health regional health services so that they can of the pandemic to be ourany cross-border or beenresponse to an extreme riskin zone providers to14 beat the virus and get our work with our PHN’s and other time in the last days, can now Victoria regional health services soenter thathealth they can communities up and going again. without a permit for any reason. providers to beat the virus and get our work with our PHN’s and other health Those Victorians stranded further north New communities and again. providers toup beat thegoing virus and getin our The $10.7 million GOTAFE Goulburn Murray South Wales may have had their local government Trades Skills Centre redevelopment will communities up and going again.

NORMAL opening hours have returned to the Shepparton, Mooroopna and Tatura libraries, and the mobile library will resume its regular timetable as well. To kick off the school holidays, GV Library have brought back their popular #TakeHome Craft Packs. The ‘Going Wild’ craft packs are available from all GV Library branches until Sunday, October 3. Each pack includes four activities featuring wild animals that children of all ages can enjoy. Craft templates can be downloaded online at GV Library’s website. Don’t forget to check-in using the QR codes so you can check-out with your books and holiday craft pack. For more information, please call 1300 374 765 or email gvrlc@gvrlc.vic.gov.au. LIBRARIES ARE BACK... Just in time for school holidays, with take home craft packs available. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

Future of koalas uncertain OUR furry national treasures are sadly declining in population, with the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) recently releasing alarming figures. Since 2018, there has been an estimated 30 percent decline in Koalas across Australia, with populations estimated to be between 32,065 - 57,920 down from 45,745

area downgraded toapprentices a red zone. Ifand thatstudents is the case, accommodate more theywill cangoapply red zone permit to re-enter who on tofor fillaskilled roles in our district. Victoria. The Victorian Government allocated $6.4 million situationFruit is constantly so look inThe Queensland Fly controlevolving, in Goulburn to thisSunraysia link for updates: Murray, and Yarra Valley. This ongoing funding to help protect the Goulburn Valley’s www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/informationfresh fruit production from Queensland Fruit Fly cross-border-communities is welcome.

A Greater million dollarsShepparton was granted for the redevelopment of Verney Road School. This Secondary College school is overcrowded and a redevelopment isconstruction long overdue. This funding will get the ball rolling on the planning stage and hopefully ICOVID-19 am delighted toTesting see the construction of Greater funding for its redevelopment will be granted in Shepparton Secondary College charging ahead next year’s budget. Anyone unwellGrade with 6symptoms in recent months. students areof looking COVID-19 Testing Our regiontowill also benefit from theschool $200 forward transitioning to the new next COVID-19 such as fever, chills, cough, COVID-19 Testing million School Mental Fund,students aimed tofrom year and current secondary school Anyone unwell withHealth symptoms ofsense sore throat, runny nose, loss of of help our schools deliver programs, staff, and Anyone unwell with symptoms of other campuses have beenmild, very impressed with COVID-19 such as fever, chills, cough, smell, no matter how should get other support tailored to unique needs. This COVID-19 suchfollowing as fever, chills, the newcould building visits. cough, funding fully fund thesite Neighbourhood

sore throat, runny nose, loss of sense tested for COVID-19 immediately andof sore throat, nose, loss of sense of The purpose ofrunny the Shepparton Education Schools Project, if itshow application is successful. smell, no matter mild, should get stay at home until you receive the smell, mattereducation how mild, shouldresult. get Plan is tono transform in SheppartonAlong with six other regional sites, Shepparton tested forfor COVID-19 immediately and You can now be at Goulburn Mooroopna helptested young people get the best tested COVID-19 immediately and will receive a and Victorian Academy of Teaching stay at home until you receive the possible educational opportunities birth to Valley Acute Clinic and Leadership help theRespiratory professional stay atHealth’s hometountil you receivefrom theresult. result. post-secondary school. development ofbe our teachers, which will lead to (You ARC ) at Graham Street, Shepparton, You can now tested at Goulburn can now beoutcomes tested atfor Goulburn higher educational district’s The plan will address many of thethe issues which seven days per week between Valley Health’s Acute Respiratory Clinic Valley Health’s Acute Respiratory Clinic students. had developed including falling enrolments, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm. ( We Abelow-average ) at Graham Street, Shepparton, (RC  ARC ) at Graham Street, Shepparton, educational outcomes, low are living in very challenging times. We seven days per week aspiration and attendance issues. Our economic students continue to bear enormous social and seven days per weekbetween between costs and the need to worknew together at all levels deserve these wonderful facilities. 10:00  am  – 5–:30  pm. 10:00 am 5:30 pm. has never been greater.

- 82,170 in 2018. AKF has invested millions of dollars and 30 years of research into the creation of the Koala Habitat Atlas, and periodically they revise the Koala population. “The terrible bushfires of 2019-20 of course contributed to this outcome, however, they are certainly not the only

reason we are seeing Koala populations on the decline,” said Chair of the Australian Koala Foundation, Deborah Tabart OAM. “We have witnessed a drastic decrease in inland populations because of drought, heat waves, and lack of water for Koalas to drink. I have seen some landscapes with dead and dying trees everywhere. “Each and every federal politician should now be on notice to protect not only the koalas in their electorate but the habitat that remains. The good news is that in many cases there is good habitat left. Now is the time to get into action and get them full again. That is what Koala recovery looks like.”

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Vaccine bus hits New Zealand SHOT BRO!... New Zealand’s first vaccine buses hit the road in Auckland ready to deliver COVID-19 shots. Photo: Supplied.

ACROSS the Tasman Sea, the New Zealand Government have rolled out their own vaccine bus program, inspired by GV Health’s Jabba the Bus. P r i m e M i n i s t e r, Jac i nd a A rd e r n announced a ‘Mr Whippy-style' mobile va c c i n at io n c l i n i c m ad e to r e a c h communities with low vaccination rates or those that have access issues to current vaccination centres. The New Zealand Government have planned a fleet of fitted out buses, which started their service last week in Auckland. Jacinda Adern said, “In Australia,

they’ve started operating something similar and have named the mobile outreach clinics Jabba the Bus.” Ms Ardern joked, “I’m sure that we can do better.” "I'll leave it in the hands of creative New Zealanders. I know when you've seen challenges like this put out, you see enormous amounts of creativity. "But I think 'Bussy McBusface' is probably already a given. Let's rule out 'Bussy McBusface' right from the beginning." Some other frontrunners were Double Jab Ute, and the Jabbin’ Wagon.

ROADWORKS HAVE STARTED... Workers will be present Monday to Friday, between 7am and 6pm. Temporary alternative routes will be signposted during this period for through traffic. Photo: Deanne Jeffers

Roundabout renewal and works in Mooroopna ROADWORKS have commenced at the intersection of Ann and Elizabeth Street and along Elizabeth Street, Mooroopna. Works are expected to remain active until late November. Construction in the area will renew road pavement and create a new roundabout, essential to curbing the increase in traffic and to improve driver behaviour around Echuca Road and McLennan Street. These works are part of the Local Area

Traffic Management (L ATM) study, developed from community consultations in 2019. The construction of a roundabout at the Elizabeth Street / Ann Street intersection was identified as a high priority for the initial stage of the overall LATM treatment area. Workers will be present Monday to Friday, between 7am and 6pm. Temporary alternative routes will be sign-posted during this period for through traffic.

Please join us online for the release of the 2021 Dungala Kaiela Oration on Wednesday 29 September from 6.00pm. Now in its 13th year, this major annual event challenges and inspires the Goulburn Murray region to create a shared cultural identity, building an inclusive vision for the peoples of the greater Goulburn Murray region. The Orations talk to the power of opportunity and collaboration. They shine a light on the ’Nanyak’, the invincible spirit of the Yorta Yorta and other First Nations people in promoting a path for prosperity and productivity within an inclusive respectful society. The Chair of the Australian Sports Commission, Josephine Sukkar AM will deliver the 2021 Dungala Kaiela Oration and and a response will be delivered by CEO of the AFL, Mr Gill McLachlan. Josephine is also co-founder and principal of construction company Buildcorp, and President of Australian Women’s Rugby. Her oration will talk to the undeniable power within the infrastructure of sport in Australia to harness and channel the passion of the Australian people. She will highlight the willingness and ability within sporting infrastructure to tackle the insidious issue of institutional racism and to be a critical cornerstone in creating a healthy, vibrant nation to which we can all be proud to contribute. And one in which we can all be winners. The Dungala Kaiela Oration is co-hosted by the Kaiela Institute and the University of Melbourne.

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DOING GREAT THINGS... Goulburn Valley Grammar School student Zoe De Paola achieved her Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in 2020 and has now completed Challenge100 while juggling her year 12 studies. Photo: Amy De Paola

Challenge 100 showcases our vibrant youths By Stephanie Holliday IN addition to completing year 11 during what was a most challenging year for school students, Goulburn Valley Grammar School student Zoe De Paola also achieved her Duke of Edinburgh's Award in 2020. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young Australians aged 14-24 to explore their full potential and find their purpose, passion and place in the world, regardless of their location or circumstance. The Award

is a fully inclusive program and has no social, political, or religious affiliations. Named after Prince Philip, the program has been the catalyst to more than 700,000 young Australians participating in the Awards and enriching their lives. To mark the 100th year of the Award's Founder, HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the call to award holders was put out to take on Challenge100 in a bid to raise funds. Zoe decided to question 20 young people five questions each (that's where the number 100 comes into play) pertaining to skills,

volunteering, physical recreation and adventurous journeys. Over 20 days, Zoe posted the answers on her Instagram stories @zoedepola as well as completing her year 12 studies. “I was really interested in completing this challenge as it helps raise funds to assist marginalised youth to also complete the Duke of Edinburgh's Award program, all around the world,” Zoe said. Zoe hopes to showcase the amazing things young people are capable of and raise funds to help others complete the Duke of Edinburgh's Award themselves.

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ONE TO WATCH... Clayton Oliver played juniors and seniors for Mooroopna Cat’s and also played for the Murray Bushrangers in the TAC Cup league before being drafted to the Melbourne Demons in the 2015 AFL Draft. He also attended Goulburn Valley Grammar School. Clayton, or “Clarry” as he is affectionately known, will play in this weekend’s AFL Grand Final. Photo: Supplied

BROWNLOW WINNER... Port Adelaide’s Ollie Wines, who attended Goulburn Valley Grammar School, won the 2021 Brownlow medal. He played his junior football at the Echuca Football Club and for the Bendigo Pioneers in the TAC Cup before being drafted by Port Adelaide in the 2012 AFL Draft. Photo: AFL

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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 Masked Singer Australia 2.15 ET: Presented by Kevin Frazier 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Everyday Gourmet

4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Making It Australia 9.00 Bull 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 2.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial 3.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS This Morning

5.30 Sunrise: Presented by David Koch and Natalie Barr 9.00 The Morning Show: Presented by Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: The Wrong House 2.00 What The Killer Did Next 3.00 The Chase:

Presented by Bradley Walsh 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 SAS Australia 9.05 RFDS 10.05 The Rookie 11.05 The Latest: Seven News 11.35 Chicago Fire 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 The Block 1.00 Desperate Housewives 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 The Block

8.40 Paramedics 9.40 Footy Classified 10.40 Nine News 11.10 A Killer Among Us 12.00 Bluff City Law 12.50 Explore 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 Insight 3.00 Living Black: Presented by Karla Grant 3.30 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 3.40 The Cook Up With Adam Liaw 4.10 Britain's Most Historic Towns 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind

Australia 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Tony Robinson's World By Rail 8.30 Looking For Life On Mars 9.30 War Of The Worlds 10.25 SBS World News 10.55 Hunters 11.45 The Killing 4.15 Vice Guide To Film 4.45 Destination Flavour Down Under Bitesize

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Back To Nature 11.00 Decoding Danger 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Hard Quiz 1.30 Question Everything 2.00 Victoria 3.00 ABC News 4.00 The Twist 4.05 The Repair Shop 4.50 Chopsticks Or Fork?

5.05 Grand Designs Australia 6.00 The Drum 7.00ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Q+A 9.35 A Life In Ten Pictures 10.30 ABC News 10.45 The Business 11.00 The Cult Of The Family

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Making It Australia 2.30 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 Making It Australia 8.40 Gogglebox 9.40 Off The Bench 10.10 Law & Order: SVU 11.10 Blue Bloods 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 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: Hannah's Law 2.00 Kochie's Business Builders 2.30 Coastwatch Oz 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: Join Sam Pang, Mick Molloy and Andy Maher as they share a laugh about the AFL world, and catch up with stars of yesteryear and today. 9.30 The Latest: Seven News 10.00 Not Announced 11.40 Autopsy USA 1.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 The Block 1.00 Desperate Housewives 2.00 Pointless 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

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5.00 World Watch 2.00 The Rise Of The Clans 3.00 Going Places With Ernie Dingo 3.30 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 3.40 The Cook Up With Adam Liaw 4.10 Britain's Most Historic Towns 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers: Presented by

Richard Morecroft 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Walking Britain's Lost Railways 8.30 The Battle Of Alcatraz 9.20 The Victim 10.25 SBS World News 10.55 Criminal Planet 11.45 Mr Mercedes 12.45 Taken Down 3.50 Vice Guide To Film

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Q+A 11.05 Grand Designs: The Street 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 That Pacific Sports Show 2.00 The Capture 3.00 ABC News 4.00 The Twist 4.05 The Repair Shop

4.50 Chopsticks Or Fork? 5.10 Grand Designs Australia 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Gardening Australia 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.00 The Capture 11.05 ABC News 11.20 The Vaccine 11.35 Question Everything

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 2.10 ET 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 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 The Graham Norton Show 10.30 Best Of The Sydney Comedy Festival 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial

5.30 Sunrise: Presented by Natalie Barr and David Koch 9.00 The Morning Show: Presented by Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs 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: Presented by Larry Emdur 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 Movie: The Help 11.35 RFDS 12.30 Home Shopping

9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Explore 12.15 Movie: Dying For The Crown 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 Country House Hunters Australia

8.30 Movie: Bridget Jones's Baby: Renee Zellweger, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent 10.55 Movie: Wanderlust: Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Malin Akerman 12.40 Tipping Point 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Global Shop 4.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping

5.00 World Watch 2.00 The Rise Of The Clans 3.00 NITV News: Nula 3.30 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 3.40 The Cook Up 4.10 Britain's Most Historic Towns 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia

6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Secrets Of The Pyramids 8.30 World's Most Extraordinary Homes 9.30 Brooklyn NineNine 10.30 SBS World News 11.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 11.55 The Eagle 4.15 Vice Guide To Film 4.45 Destination Flavour Singapore

6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 10.00 rage 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Grand Designs: The Street 1.20 Restoration Australia 2.15 Dream Build 2.25 Harry Seidler 3.30 Further Back In Time For Dinner 4.45 Landline 5.15 Rick Stein's Road To

Mexico 6.15 The Repair Shop 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Durrells 8.20 The Trial Of Christine Keeler 9.20 The Newsreader: Dale's career and his relationship with Helen are strong, until an interview goes horribly wrong. 10.15 Roadkill 11.15 rage

6.00 Reel Action 6.30 Leading The Way 7.00 Healthy Homes 7.30 Seafood Escape 8.00 Pat Callinan's 4x4 Adventures 9.00 Taste Of Australia 9.30 Studio 10: Saturday 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 The Dog House 2.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.30 Australia By Design

3.00 My Market Kitchen 3.3 0 Roads Less 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 Taste Of Australia 5.00 10 News 6.00 Jamie's Easy Meals For Every Day 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 The Dog House 8.00 Ambulance 10.00 FBI 1.00 Home Shopping 1.30 Infomercial 2.30 Home Shopping

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise: Presented by Matt Doran and Monique Wright 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend: Presented by Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies 12.00 Horse Racing: Caulfield/Randwick 5.00 Seven News 5.30 Border Security -

Australia's Front Line 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Movie: Ant-Man: Corey Stoll, Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Judy Greer, Michael Pena, Evangeline Lilly 9.25 Movie: X-Men: Apocalypse: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult, Jennifer Lawrence 12.30 Home Shopping

5.30 A Current Affair 6.00 Animal Tales 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra Saturday 12.00 Rivals 12.30 Destination WA 1.00 The Block 3.30 Travel Guides 4.30 The Garden Gurus 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair

7.30 Movie: Deep Impact: Robert Duvall 9.55 Movie: Dante's Peak: Pierce Brosnan 12.00 Movie: Masterminds 1.45 Garden Gurus Moments 2.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping .30 Global Shop 5.00 TV Shop - Home Shopping 5.30 Wesley Impact

5.00 World Watch 2.00 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Series Russia 3.30 Secret Life Of The Cruise Ship 4.45 QE2: The World's Most Luxurious Hotel 5.35 The Blitz: Britain On Fire 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Castles: Secrets, Mysteries And

Legends 8.30 Celebrity Mastermind 9.35 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown: Presented by Jimmy Carr 11.20 Movie: Downfall (Italy) 2.10 Fox News: Divide And Conquer 4.05 Vice Guide To Film 4.55 Destination Flavour Singapore

Wednesday

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 The Recording Studio 11.00 The Repair Shop 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Back Roads 1.30 Media Watch 2.00 Victoria 3.00 ABC News 4.00 The Twist 4.05 The Repair Shop 4.50 Chopsticks Or Fork? 5.10 Grand Designs

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Life On The Line 4.00 How Australia Got Its Mojo 5.00 Art Works 5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.30 Back Roads 7.00 ABC News 7.40 Not Announced 8.30 The Newsreader 9.25 Traces 10.10 Les Norton 11.10 Silent Witness 12.10 Pine Gap

6.00 Mass At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Leading The Way 7.30 Tomorrow's World 8.00 Roads Less Travelled 8.30 Waltzing Jimeoin 9.00 Australia By Design 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday 12.00 The Masked Singer Australia 1.15 Farm To Fork 1.30 3 Veg And Meat 2.00 Everyday Gourmet

2.30 My Market Kitchen 3.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.30 Roads Less Travelled 4.00 Waltzing Jimeoin 4.30 Taste Of Australia 5.00 10 News 6.30 Sunday Project 7.30 The Masked Singer Australia 8.40 FBI: Most Wanted 10.40 FBI 11.40 Sunday Project

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12.00 House Of Wellness 1.00 Jabba's School Holiday Movie Special 1.30 SAS Australia 3.30 Border Patrol 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens 5.00 Seven News 5.30 Border Security -

Australia's Front Line 6.00 Seven News 7.00 AFL: 2021 Brownlow Medal 9.30 Movie: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back: Aldis Hodge, Tom Cruise, Danika Yarosh, Cobie Smulders 12.00 Madeleine McCann: The Hunt For The Prime Suspect 1.00 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 Xtreme Collxtion 1.30 Ultimate Rush 2.00 The Hundred With Andy Lee 3.00 The Block 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News 7.00 The Block

8.30 60 Minutes 9.30 Nine News 10.00 The First 48 11.00 Prison Girls: Life Inside 11.50 Dr Christian Jessen Will See You Now 12.40 The Garden Gurus 1.05 The Xtreme Collxtion 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 4.00 Take Two

5.00 World Watch 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 Sydney Harbour Patrol 4.40 Mission Galapagos 5.35 The Blitz 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Inside Central Station 8.30 Australia Uncovered 9.55 Michael Mosley Eat, Fast And Live

Longer 10.55 The Surrogates: Maddie, Alex, and Rich agree to give themselves six months to try to get pregnant. 11.55 24 Hours In Emergency 12.50 9/11: Escape From The Towers 2.20 The 250 Million Pound Cancer Cure 3.25 Sinkholes: Deadly Drops

Monday

6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 10.00 Landline 10.30 50th Anniversary Of Operation Ivanhoe 11.00 Not Announced 11.30 War Stories 12.00 ABC News 1.00 The Durrells 2.00 Victoria 3.00 ABC News 4.05 The Repair Shop 4.50 Chopsticks Or Fork? 5.10 Grand Designs

Australia 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.15 Media Watch 9.35 China Tonight 10.05 Road To Now 11.05 ABC News 11.20 The Business 11.35 Juanita: A Family Mystery 12.35 Traces

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 Masked Singer Australia 2.10 ET 2.30 Farm To Fork 3. 00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Masked Singer Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.40 Just For Laughs Uncut 10.10 Just For Laughs 10.40 The Project 11.40 The Late Show 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercial

5.30 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Home For Harvest: Brigitte Kingsley, Landy Cannon 2.00 Harbour Cops 2.30 Highway Patrol 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away

7.30 SAS Australia 8.50 9-1-1: Lone Star: Owen helps Tommy through a personal emergency. 10.50 The Latest: Seven News 11.20 Station 19: The team is faced with a tough choice while trying to save a couple trapped in a car. 1.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine News 12.00 The Block 12.30 Getaway 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 The Block: Presented by Scott Cam

8.50 Under Investigation 9.50 Footy Classified 10.50 Nine News 11.20 The Arrangement 12.10 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 Destination Flavour China Bitesize 2.05 Inside Central Station 3.05 Going Places With Ernie Dingo 3.35 The Cook Up 4.05 The Supervet 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia

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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 Masked Singer Australia 2.10 ET 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold & The

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Chicken, 4 Tenderloins, 8 BBQ Ribs, Hummus, Pita Bread2. ½½ Chicken, 4 Tenderloins, 8 BBQ Ribs, Hummus, Pita Bread

$29.80 l l$29.80 PLATTER FOR TWO

½ $9.90 ½Chicken Chicken| ll$6.90 $9.90 ¼Chicken ll $6.90 ¼¼Chicken $6.90 Chicken BBQ Ribs BBQ Ribs (8 Pieces) BBQ Ribs | $7.90 (8(8Pieces) Pieces) ll $7.90 $7.90 ¼ Chicken Box | $11.90 with Pita Bread, + $11.90 ChickenBox BoxFries l $11.90 ¼¼Chicken Enzo’s Dip with Pita Bread, Fries + with Pita Bread, Fries +

½ Chicken, 4 Tenderloins, 8 BBQ Ribs, Hummus, Pita Bread BENEDITOS’ PLATTER BENEDITOS’ PLATTER | $29.80

Whole Chicken, 2 Burgers or Wraps, 2 Bread, Pita Bread, 11 Whole Chicken, anyany 2 Burgers or Wraps, 2 Pita

l $55.90 11 Tzatziki Dip, 1 Hummus Dip,Dip, RiceRice l $55.90 Tzatziki Dip, 1 Hummus

4. PEPPERONI NapoliMozarella Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Pepperon 4. PEPPERONI Cheese, Pepperoni VEGETARIAN Napoli Napoli Sauce,Sauce, Mozarella Cheese,

l $15.00 Mushroom, Capsicum, Onions, Olives | $15.00 l $15.00

3. FOCACCIA Garlic, Mozarella Cheese |Mozarella $15.00 5. MEAT LOVERS Napoli Sauce, Mozarella 5. MEAT LOVERS Napoli Sauce, Cheese, Cheese, $15.00 Shredded Meat, l Cheese, 4. PEPPERONI Napoli Sauce, Mozarella $15.00 Shredded Meat, Salami lSalami Pepperoni | $15.00

6. BBQ Napoli Sauce, Cheese, Chicken, 6. CHICKEN BBQ CHICKEN NapoliMozarella Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Chicke 5. MEAT LOVERS Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Pineapple, BBQ Sauce l $15.00

BENEDITOS’ PLATTER

Pineapple, BBQ Sauce l $15.00 Shredded Meat, Salami | $15.00 1 Whole Chicken, any 2 Burgers or Wraps, 2 Pita Bread, MIXED GRILL HAWAIIAN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Shredded MIXED GRILL 7. HAWAIIAN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Shredded 6. BBQ 7. CHICKEN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, 1 Tzatziki Dip, 1 Hummus Dip, Rice | $55.90 $15.00 Meat, Pineapple l Chicken, Pineapple, BBQ Sauce | $15.00 PLATTER FOR 1 1 l $19.90 Meat, Pineapple l $15.00 PLATTER FOR l $19.90 3 Ćevapi, ¼ Chicken, Rice, Salad, Hummus, Tzatziki, Pita Bread 7. HAWAIIAN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, 3 Ćevapi, ¼ Chicken, Rice, Salad, Hummus, Tzatziki, Pita Bread 8. CALIENTE Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Salami, 8. CALIENTE Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Salami, Meat, Pineapple | Napoli $15.00 PLATTER FOR 2 l $37.90 PLATTER FOR 4 l $71.90 ShreddedMushroom, Olive, Jalapeño, Chilli Flakes l $15.00 PLATTER FOR 2 l $37.90 PLATTER FOR 4 l $71.90 Mushroom, Olive, Jalapeño, Chilli Flakes l $15.00 8. CALIENTE Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Salami, PLATTER FOR 1 | $19.90 Mushroom, Olive, Jalapeno, Chilli Flakes | $15.00 3 Ćevapi, ¼ Chicken, Rice, Salad, BEEF BURGERS BURGERS or WRAPS Hummus, Tzatziki,BURGERS Pita Bread BEEF BURGERS or WRAPS

Enzo’sDip Dip Enzo’s

FRIESREGULAR REGULAR$5 $5 l l LARGE LARGE $7 $7 FRIES

FRIES REGULAR $5 | LARGE $7 5 ĆEVAPI with Tzatziki + Pita Bread l $10.90

MIXED GRILL

5 ĆEVAPI with Tzatziki + Pita Bread l $10.90

FISH & CHIPS with Salad + Tzatziki l $12.90 5FISH ĆEVAPI withwith Tzatziki ++ Tzatziki Pita Bread | $10.90 & CHIPS Salad l $12.90 FISH & CHIPS with Salad + Tzatziki

SALADS

1. BIG BENEDITOS Bun, 2 x Grass Fed Patties, Cos PLATTER FOR 2 | $37.90MilkPLATTER FOR 4Beef | $71.90 1.Lettuce, BIG BENEDITOS Milk Bun, 2 x Grass Fed Beef Patties, Cos ‘Ditos’ Sauce, 2 x Cheddar Cheese l $11.90

SALADS

1. MEDITERRANEAN Mixed Leaves, Capsicum, Onion,

Lettuce, ‘Ditos’ Sauce, 2 x Cheddar Cheese l $11.90

1. MEDITERRANEAN Mixed Leaves, Capsicum, Celery, Onion, Kalamata Olives, Fetta Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes, SALADS

2. QUARTER POUNDER Milk Bun, Grass

BEEF BURGERS 2.Fed QUARTER POUNDER Milk Bun, Grass Beef Patty, Cheddar Cheese, Onion,

Kalamata Olives, Fetta Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes, Celery, Cucumber + Balsamic Vinaigrette l $11.90 Cucumber + Balsamic Vinaigrette l $11.90

1. MEDITERRANEAN Mixed Leaves, Capsicum, Onion,

Onion, Guacamole, Mexican Salsa, Jalapeño, Hot Enzo’s Sau

l $10.90 1. MEXICAN Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce,

l $10.90Mexican Salsa, Jalapeno, Hot Red Onion, Guacamole, 2. VEGGIE Veggie Patty, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Enzo’s Sauce | $10.90 2. VEGGIE $9.90Patty, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato Red Onion, Mayo l Veggie

VEGGIE Patty, Cheddar Lettuce, Grass Fed BeefMustard, Patties,Ketchup Cos $9.90 Red Onion, Mayo l Cheese, Pickles, l $10.90 3.Veggie CLASSIC Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, $6 MAKE ITSMALL +2. 3. DOUBLE Tomato, Red Onion, Mayo | $9.90 Lettuce, ‘Ditos’QUARTER Sauce, 2 x POUNDER Includes Fries & Can of Drink $10.90 Tomato, Mayo l 3. CLASSIC Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, SMALL + $6 A MEAL LARGE Bun, 2 x Grass Fed BeefPOUNDER Patties, Cheddar Cheese | $11.90 3.Milk DOUBLE QUARTER +3. $7& Can CLASSIC GrilledTomato, Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Includes Fries of Drink l $10.90 4. AUSSIE GrilledMayo Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, 2x Cheddar Cheese, Onion, Pickles, SMALL +$6Includes Fries & Tomato, Mayo | $10.90 Milk Bun, 2 x Grass Fed Beef Patties, 2. QUARTER POUNDER LARGE Tomato, Onion, Pineapple, Egg, Mayo, Tomato Relish Lettuce, Includes Fries & Can of Drink 600ml Drink + $7 Mustard, Ketchup l $12.90 4. AUSSIE Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Milk Bun FedCheese, Beef 2 xGrass Cheddar Onion, Pickles, Includes & 4. Fries AUSSIE Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, l $11.90 LARGE +$7 Patty, Cheddar Cheese, Tomato, Onion, Pineapple, Egg, Mayo, Tomato Relish 600ml Drink Mustard, Ketchup l $12.90 4. SIGNATURE BURGER Milk Bun, 2 Tomato, Onion, Pineapple, Egg, Mayo, Tomato Relish Includes Fries & Onion, Pickles, Mustard, 5. HALLOUMI Grilled Chicken, Grilled Halloumi, Lettuce, l $11.90 x Grass Fed Beef Patties, Cheddar Cheese, 600mlCos Drink | $11.90 4. SIGNATURE Ketchup | $10.90 BURGER Milk Bun, 2 Tomato, Tzatziki Sauce, Tomato Relish l $10.90 Lettuce, Onion, Tomato, Relish, ‘Ditos’ Sauce l $12.90 5. Grilled HALLOUMI Grilled Halloumi, Lettuce, 5. HALLOUMI Chicken,Grilled GrilledChicken, Halloumi, x Grass Fed Beef Patties, Cheddar Cheese, Cos 3. DOUBLE QUARTER 6. CR7 Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Lettuce, Tomato, Tzatziki Sauce, Tomato Relish Tomato, Tzatziki Sauce, Tomato Relish Tomato, l $10.90 5. BURGER MASTER Bun, Grass Fed Beef Patty, l $12.90 Lettuce, Onion, Relish, ‘Ditos’ Sauce Milk Bun,Tomato, 2 x Milk Grass Fed Beef Patties, 2 x Spicy POUNDER Guacamole, Hot Enzo’s Sauce l $10.90 | $10.90 Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, ‘Ditos’ Sauce 6. CR7 Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheddar Cheese, Onion, Pickles, Mustard, Ketchup 5.l $12.90 BURGER MASTER Milk Bun, Grass Fed Beef Patty, Spicy 6. CR7 7. Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, CRISPY CHICKEN Chicken, Tomato, | $12.90 Guacamole, HotCrispy Enzo’s Sauce Lettuce, l $10.90 Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, ‘Ditos’ Sauce Tomato, Cheddar Guacamole, HotMayo Enzo’s Sauce | $10.90 $9.90 Cheese, l 4. SIGNATURE BURGER 2 x Grass Fed Beef 6. ALBION’S BURGERMilk MilkBun, Bun, Grass Fed Beef Patty, 7. CRISPY CHICKEN Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, l $12.90 7. CRISPY CHICKEN Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Patties, Cheddar Cheese, Cos Lettuce, Onion, Tomato, 8. SPICY CHICKEN Milk Bun, Spicy Crispy Chicken, Cheddar Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Ketchup, Mayo Cheddar Cheddar Cheese, Mayo Cheese, | $9.90Mayo l $9.90 Relish, ‘Ditos‘ Sauce | $12.90

3. FALAFEL Falafel, Mixed Leaves, Lettuce, Chickpeas, + Parsley lFalafel, $11.90 3. Lemon, FALAFEL Leaves, Lettuce, Chickpeas, Celery, CherryMixed Tomatoes, Sweet Paprika, Cucumber Lemon, Celery, Cherry Tomatoes, Sweet Paprikia, Cucumber + Parsley | $11.90

+ Parsley l $11.90

STARTERS

$6.90

STARTERS 4 PIECES OF GRILLED HALLOUMI CHEESE HUMMUS with Pita Bread l $6.90

+ a Side ofwith Tzatziki $6.90| $6.90 HUMMUS Pital Bread 4 PIECES OF GRILLED HALLOUMI CHEESE TZATZIKI with Pita Bread l $6.90 4aPIECES OF GRILLED + Side of Tzatziki l $6.90HALLOUMI CHEESE + aRICE Side of Tzatziki |SIDE $6.90 l $6.90 SALAD l $ 6.90 TZATZIKI with Pita Bread l $6.90 TZATZIKI with Pita Breadl $6.90 | $6.90 SWEET POTATO FRIES RICE l $6.90 SIDE SALAD l $ 6.90 RICE | $6.90 SIDE SALAD | $6.90 SWEET POTATO FRIES l $6.90 SWEET POTATO FRIES | $6.90

1. MEXICAN Grilled Chicken, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Red

1. MEXICAN GrilledSalsa, Chicken, Cheddar Lettuce, Re BURGERS or WRAPS Onion, Guacamole, Mexican Jalapeño, HotCheese, Enzo’s Sauce

1. BIG Pickles, BENEDITOS Milk Bun,l 2$10.90 Fed Beef Patty, Cheddar Cheese, Onion, Mustard, Ketchup

Olives, FettaGrilled Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes, Celery, 2.Kalamata CAESAR SALAD Chicken Breast, Lettuce, Cherry Cucumber + Balsamic Vinaigrette | $11.90 Tomatoes, Celery Parmesan Cheese, Croutons + Caesar 2. CAESAR SALAD Grilled Chicken Breast, Lettuce, Cherry DressingCelery l $11.90 Parmesan + Caesar 2. Tomatoes, CAESAR SALAD Grilled Cheese, ChickenCroutons Breast, Lettuce, Dressing l $11.90 Tomatoes, Celery, Cheese, Croutons, 3.Cherry FALAFEL Falafel, MixedParmesan Leaves, Lettuce, Chickpeas, + Lemon, Caesar Celery, Dressing | $11.90 Cherry Tomatoes, Sweet Paprika, Cucumber

HUMMUS with Pita Bread l STARTERS

1. MARGERITA Sauce,Garlic, Mozarella Cheese 3. Napoli FOCACCIA Mozarella Cheese l $15.00 3. FOCACCIA Garlic, Mozarella Cheese l $15.00

PLATTERFOR FOR TWO PLATTER TWO

PLAIN

2. VEGETARIAN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese,

WOODMushroom, FRIED PIZZAS Capsicum, Onions, Olive l $15.00

Any 2 Burgers, 2 Side Fries + 2 Cans | $31.90

PLAIN

+ HERBS

1. MARGERITA Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese l $15.00 2. VEGETARIAN Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese, Mushroom, Capsicum, Onions, Olive l $15.00

Any 2 Burgers,BURGER 2 Side Fries + 2 CansFEED l $31.90 DOUBLE Any 2 Burgers, 2 Side Fries + 2 Cans l $31.90

your choice of special Beneditos’ Sauce. CALIENTE

Mayo | $10.90 1. MARGERITA Napoli Sauce, Mozarella Cheese l $15.0

l $23.80

Chicken marinated with special Portuguese Chicken marinated with special Portuguese herbs, Chicken marinated with special Portuguese herbs, grilled flame grilled and brushed/basted with flame and brush/basted with your herbs, flame grilled and brushed/basted with choice of special Beneditos’ Sauce your choice of special Beneditos’ Sauce. CALIENTE

6. ALBION’SWOOD BURER Milk Bun, Grass Fed Beef Patty, FIRED PIZZAS

FAMILY SHARE FAMILY SHARE

+ GELATO l Available 6.l $10.90 ALBION’S BURGER MilkCAKES Bun, Grass Fed Beef Patty,In-Store Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Hot Enzo’s Sauce l $10.90 KIDS’ MEALS DONUTS 1 DONUT l $2.00 8. SPICY CHICKEN MilkCHICKEN Bun, SpicyMilk Crispy Chicken, 5. BURGER MASTER Bun, Tomato, Grass Fed beef Patty, 1. CHICKEN NUGGETS 8. SPICY Bun, Spicy Crispy Chicken, Chedd Cheddar Cheese,Milk Lettuce, Onion, Ketchup, Mayo 3 DONUTS l $5.00

Spicy Crispy Chicken, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion,6 DONUTS ‘Ditos‘l $9.00 Sauce | $12.90 With Fries and Pita Bread l $9.90 CHURROS 4 CHURROS l $5.90

With Fries and Fruity Drink l $ 9.90

l $10.90 2. GRILLED TENDERLOINS (2) 6 NUGGETS l $5.00

Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Hot Enzo’s Sauce Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Hot Enzo’s Sauce l $10.90 | $10.90

12 NUGGETS l $9.00

DRINKS

CHICKEN NUGGETS With Fries and Fruity Drink | $9.90 GRILLED TENDERLOINS (2) With Fries and Pita Bread | $9.90

COFFEE

Chicken l $3.00 CafeCrispy Mocha

Cappuchino

Cheese l $1.00 Hot Chocolate

Latté

ChaiEgg Latté l $1.00

Grilled Chicken l $3.00

ADD ONS

Veggie Patty | $3.00 Crispy Chicken | $3.00 Grilled Chicken | $3.00 Cheese | $1.00 Jalapeños | $1.00 Egg | $1.00 Guacamole | $1.00 Cheddar Cheese | $1.00 Any Extra Salad Item | 50¢

Available In-Store

DONUTS

Jalapeños l $1.00

Cheddar Cheese l $1.00 Any Extra Salad Item l 50¢

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DELIVERY for orders over $20

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to SHEPPARTON, MOOROOPNA, SHEPPARTON EAST & KIALLA

1 DONUT | $2.00

Guacamole l $1.00

6 NUGGETS | $5.00 12 NUGGETS | $9.00

CAKES + GELATO Cans l $2.50

Veggie Patty l $3.00

Flat White

3 DONUTS | $5.00

OPEN

7 DAYS

6 DONUTS | $9.00 MONDAY - THURSDAY

11am - 9pm FRIDAY - SATURDAY 11am - 10pm SUNDAY 4pm - 9pm

COFFEE

Espresso | $4.00Flat White

Cappuccino Long Black | $4.50

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$4.00

$4.50

Latté

Café Mocha Macchiato | $4.00

Piccolo | $4.00

Hot Chocolate Chai Latté

Babychino | $2.00 Extra Shot | 50¢

Espresso l $4.00 Long Black l $4.50 Macchiato l $4.00 Piccolo l $4.00

Babycino l Alternative Milk Extra | $1.00

$2.00

Almond | Soy | Lactose Free

Extra Shot l 50¢

Flavouring | 50¢

Almond l Soy l Lactose Free

Vanilla | Caramel | Hazelnut

CHURROS L 4 CHURROS | $5.90 $5.50

DRINKS

600ML Coke | Diet Coke Fanta | Sprite | Lift | $4.00

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