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Council to seek feedback on Munarra Centre lease agreement GR EAT ER Shepparton City Council intends to seek community feedback regarding its intention to enter into a lease agreement in relation to the new Munarra Centre for Regional Excellence (MCRE). T he MCR E will be a nationally significant local cultural hub that brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous people around Australia. Continued Page 8
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CREATING CURIOUSITY… Teacher, Clare Canty has always encouraged students to be curious about learning, whatever their interests. She is pictured above writing with Mooropna Park P.S. student, Violet. Photo: Supplied.
Seaford to Shepparton: igniting a spark for almost 50 years By Deanne Jeffers CLARE Canty has retired from teaching after 47 years. She taught her last day in the classroom at Mooroopna Park Primary School in December, before taking long service. For Mrs Canty, becoming a teacher was
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along the Murray.” She and a friend who Clare studied with both had strict fathers and had spent some time in Swan Hill, convincing the girls that exciting new lives called for them in regional Victoria. Continued Page 5
Liberals to be led by Stephen Brooks ALL YOU NEED IS AN IPHONE... Level up your photography skills by attending Tom Blanchford’s ‘Shooting in the Dark’ class. Photo: Supplied.
SHAPING STYLE... Over the school holidays, fashion-forward teens can learn about what it takes to style celebrities from stylist, Aurie Indianna. Photo: Supplied.
Arts organisation teams up with Melbourne’s NGV for the school holidays LOCAL arts organisation, Kaiela Arts has joined the National Gallery of Victoria’s ‘Kids on Tour’ program. Coinciding with the NGV’s Kids Summer Festival, a range of hands-on art activities will be delivered around the state beginning this Saturday, January 15 until January 23. The festival theme is ‘Art for the Whole Family,’ which invites young people and their families’ to join in daily art activities happening in Kaiela Art’s gallery, located on the ground floor of the Shepparton Art Museum, and around the SAM-Victoria Lake precinct. For young children, there are classes on Maree Clark’s art and possum-skin cloaks, as well as the opportunity to create paper jewels or mythical mermaid dioramas.
Teens will have a ball learning fashion styling from stylist, Aurie Indianna, or photography from Tom Blanchford. Activities are free and all materials will be supplied. One-hour sessions permit daily walk-ins from 11am until 1pm, except NGV Teens happening Tuesday, Ja nua r y 18 at 10a m a nd 11.15a m. Bookings are required from NGV Teens. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult and all participants must prove vaccination status and follow COVID-safe requirements. For all enquiries and bookings, please contact email@example.com or give them a call on 5821 9842. To learn about the NGV’s Kids on Tour program, please see www.ngv.vic.gov.au/kids/
LOCAL farmer and Cobram Secondary College teacher, 38-year-old Stephen Brooks has been endorsed as the Liberal Party candidate for the upcoming federal election. “I recognise that this is an enormously diverse electorate, stretching from the Murray to Broadford. We are culturally and economically diverse, a great place to live, but in the last six years our issues have slipped off the radar in Canberra.” Steve said. “I will immediately contact all of the communities in Nicholls to introduce myself and to start acting on federal concerns.” “Politics should be a place that resolves the issues that confront us locally, nationally and internationally. I want to restore the electorate’s faith in their local member. I want people to know that “Brooksy has your back on this, he will listen, and then take action,” Steve Brooks said. Sharman Stone, former Liberal member for Murray, now Nicholls, is hugely supportive of Steve’s candidature. “I am so pleased and relieved to see this experienced, keen, energetic young man ready to take up the fight in Canberra,” she said. Mr Brooks is a fourth generation local born in Cobram. He was raised on the
LIBERAL’S NEW LEAD... Cobram’s Stephen Brooks has been endorsed as the Liberal candidate for Nicholls in the upcoming election. Photo: Supplied.
family farm and went to secondary school in Shepparton. He worked overseas as a wheat trader and businessman before returning home to start his own orchard. He is also a local secondary teacher. “Teaching gave me a deep understanding of the pressures on our young people and their families, especially during COVID,” Steve said. He l ist s water sec u r it y, busi ne ss development, the environment, employment, childcare, health, aged care, education, training and pathways to jobs as some of the key areas where he will work with people to deliver change for the good.
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Fresh look for the Nats: Birrell locked in for federal election SAM Birrell has been preselected as The Nationals candidate for Nicholls at the next federal election. For the past six years Mr Birrell has been chief executive of Committee for Greater Shepparton. Nationals state president, Neil Pankhurst said Sam’s commitment to S h e pp a r to n a nd t h e c om m it t e e demonstrated his strong track record of delivering for the people of Northern Victoria. Retiring Nationals Member for Nicholls, Damian Drum, said, “as the local MP, I have worked with Sam for a number of years, and he has a deep passion for our region.” “He understands the issues facing our communities and will work tirelessly as part of The Nationals team to put Nicholls first.” Mr Birrell, who was formally endorsed by the party, said that he is looking forward to the election campaign and welcomed input
from across the electorate. “I’m proud of our region, and I love living and working here. There has been a lot of progress here in the past five years, much of it due to investment by the Federal Government. I want to be part of ensuring that continues, and the way that happens is with an engaged National Party member in a Coalition government.” “I am looking forward to engaging with constituents as I travel around the electorate during the campaign.” He said, “It is my role to listen to your views and ideas, and to make sure that our leaders in Canberra hear what is important to our community.” The Federal election will take place on or before May 21, 2022.
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Rapid response to COVID-19 rapidly changing NINE questions will be used to quickly assess the medical support necessary when Victorians test positive on a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT). Anyone who tests positive on a RAT is considered a ‘probable case’ and must immediately isolate for seven days and notify contacts – just like those who test positive on a PCR. It is now mandatory to report a positive RAT result to the Department of Health online or by phone. The new system means fewer Victorians will have to wait for PCR test results before
receiving the care and information they need, including monitoring for worsening symptoms and financial support. It also means Victorians who test negative on a RAT and are not a household contact can resume their lives immediately instead of quarantining while they wait for a negative result. People who answer no to both questions one and two are recommended to get a PCR test to confirm their positive RAT result. Positive RAT results can also be reported using the Coronavirus Hotline where
A new webform is available for positive cases to report their results. As well as basic personal details such as name, gender and date of birth, cases will be asked the following to determine their level of risk and what support they might need:
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Signing up for safe start to school New parking restrictions and road rules will apply to streets in the precinct of Greater Shepparton Secondary College (GSSC) for Term 1, 2022. The restrictions were developed by Greater Shepparton City Council in consultation with GSSC, key stakeholders and neighbouring
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residents to ensure that the local road network caters for an increase in staff and students accessing the site during pick-up and drop-off times. Parents and carers intending to access the site by car are urged to take note of the signage detailed here to safely cater for pedestrians, cyclists and school bus movements around the precinct.
No Stopping. You are not allowed to stop in this area at any time. The drop-off or pick-up of students is strictly prohibited.
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More information, including a map detailing where these parking restrictions are located, can be found on the GSSC website. Scan the QR code or visit www.gssc.vic.edu.au, click on Operations where you can access Traffic Management 2022 and Bus Routes 2022 information. The complete Local Area Traffic Management Plan for the GSSC precinct can be found on the Greater Shepparton City Council website visit https://greatershepparton.com.au/council/major-projects/hawdon-street-upgrade
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One small step for humankind, one big step for astronomers By Deanne Jeffers AST RONOM ERS in Shepparton will be delighted to learn that Astronomical Society of Victoria (ASV) has given local father, Aziz Bhatti and his children, son Hamza, 9, and daughter Taqweer, 8, the green light to form a Shepparton Astronomy Club. A S V pre sident , C h r is Rudge h as endorsed Michael Goodwin to head up the Shepparton branch due to his experience creating ASV's Bendigo chapter. The Shepparton branch will be covered by ASV's public liability insurance and will benefit from all the resources available to ASV members. "We hope to make exclusive benefits for Shepparton people but getting the club up and running will be the next challenge." Mr Bhatti expressed gratitude to Michael Goodwin's experience. "If Shepparton people join the ASV they can learn from the ASV's website and academic resources, they are also able to visit Leon Mow Dark Sky Site and events." Shepparton club founders have begun reaching out to local ASV members, as well as working out the club's finer details, such as developing a telescope borrowing program and finding a location for star viewing nights.
SEEING STARS... The Shepparton Astronomy Club has been given approval to begin forming a local club under the Astronomical Society of Victoria (ASV), as the society enters its 100th year championing astronomy. Photo: Supplied.
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Seaford to Shepparton: igniting a spark for almost 50 years MOST of Mrs Canty’s teaching career was her 21 years of teaching at Gowrie Street Primary School. “I was young and still single then, many of us working there were, and we formed a close community of friends around one another,” she recalled. “I always expected I’d stay and finally retire from teaching at Gowrie Street, but that changed when I was offered a year at McGuire College as a literacy coach.” “I’ve always tried to teach in a hands-on way,” she said, “And I’ve always enjoyed being in the classroom, so for me I never envisioned myself taking on an admin role or becoming principal.” The opportunity to coach fellow teachers in literacy and complete career development in the maths and science gave Clare a taste for making a difference without leaving her teaching role.
Some special moments for Mrs Canty have been organising a camp at Queenscliff for Ardmona P.S. students and taking on the passion project to restore Ardmona’s WWI memorial. This led to the discovery of missing names on the memorial, which have since been added thanks to Clare, in a move celebrated overseas in England. While teaching at McGuire College, Clare recalls when a student experiencing casual racism from his mates. She organised for students to have a personal video call with the Sydney Swan’s Adam Goodes, who took a stand against racism in AFL in 2013. Their conversations with him proved moving, and Clare recalls a female student of Afghan descent, writing to Mr Goodes that she feels stronger today than yesterday. “Teaching primary school kids is really about
AHHH M’HEARTY... Teacher, Clare Canty celebrating Pirate Day with Ardmona Primary School children. Photo: Supplied.
trying to ignite a spark, getting them interested in whatever it is, whether that’s sport, maths, gardening, anything, and then arousing their curiosity.” “The schools I’ve taught at have taught me so much. I’ve worked with a wide range of students, families and cultures. It has been such a good experience to work with diverse backgrounds.”
“I’m not sick of teaching, I could teach forever,” she said, “But I am looking forward to a new chapter. I’m hoping to do lots of travel, trying new creative projects and doing my bit for the environment. I have a granddaughter who I will look after one day a week, and I will love spending time with her.”
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ROSS River virus has been detected in mosquitos in the City of Greater Shepparton, Moira Shire and Campaspe Shire areas. The Victorian Health Department warns that recent weather conditions have been favourable to mosquito breeding. Not all mosquitoes carry diseases – most are just a nuisance. However infected mosquitoes can carry a range of diseases including Ross
pain and stiffness, as well as a fever, headache, rashes and fatigue. Anyone who is experiencing these symptoms should seek medical treatment. It takes about three to nine days for symptoms of Ross River virus disease to develop following exposure, and occasionally up to 21 days. BUG OFF: PREVENTING ROSS RIVER VIRUS
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Residents honoured in Shepparton Fest Melbourne award ceremony set to Thrive TWO multicultural workers in Shepparton have been recognised at the 20th Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence, held at Government House last month. Highly commended for the ‘Sports Award’, Sam Atukorala is a community leader and a respected mentor to people from diverse backgrounds. He is an AFL diversity program ambassador and was a community ambassador for Cricket Australia, who has organised footy trips, events and several key projects in Shepparton to support young people from new and emerging communities to engage in sport. Sam’s significant contribution to these projects helped break down barriers and build sustainable relationships while creating a smooth transition for young people from new and emerging communities to settle into life in Australia. Kate Radevski accepted the ‘Community Innovation Award’ on behalf of St Paul’s African House, who has been highly commended for their African Focus community project. The African Focus team developed the ‘Our voices are important in Greater Shepparton’ project, the first of its kind to perform an in-depth survey of 255 adults of African background in Greater Shepparton. The survey has created broader understanding and acceptance of different African nationalities and cultures, has informed policy making and services helpful to the African community, and gave paid employment to newcomers to the workforce. The Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence honour outstanding individuals and organisations that foster cross-cultural understanding, support migrants and refugees, and celebrate and preserve the diversity of cultures that make Victoria such a great place to live.
INNOVATION ACROSS CULTURES... St Paul’s African House partnerships and program manager, Kate Radevski, with Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) chair, Viv Nguyen. Photo: Supplied.
T H E 2022 Sheppar ton Festival has received a $71,670 funding injection from the Federal G over n ment towa rd s a n i nterac t ive d isplay combining cutting-edge digital technology and traditional Indigenous practices. Federal Member for Nicholls, Damian Drum, said the ‘THRIVING’ project adds to an already impressive array of activities and events that will be showcased during the 17-day festival. “This latest federal funding for the Shepparton Festival, via the Festival Australia grants program, comes soon after it was awarded $35,000 to help transform 10 empty CBD shops into pop-up exhibitions and workshop spaces during this year’s event,” Mr Drum said. “The ‘THRIVING’ project will see a tactile audiovisual public art installation amalgamate traditional Yorta Yorta practices alongside cutting-edge digital techniques, as well as involving Braille elements.” “I ’m t h rilled t he Federal G over n ment has com m it ted a l most $110 ,0 0 0 for t h is yea r’s Shepparton Festival, particularly following a difficult two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.” “It has been particularly hard for the arts community and that is why the Federal Government is investing more than $1 billion into the sector this financial year.” The Shepparton Arts Festival will run from March 18 to April 3. Its program launch will be held on February 4. Find out more by going to sheppartonfestival.org.au
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Nieuwenhuizen steps up to the plate C4GS announces new CEO THE Committee for Greater Shepparton (C4GS) has appointed Lindy Nieuwenhuizen to the role of CEO, who will assume the position early in 2022. Lindy joins C4GS from her recent role as head of communications for Apple and Pear Australia Limited. She has worked across both the private and public sectors in governance and communications roles, including as manager of stakeholder relations at Goulburn-Murray Water, manager of governance and communications at Moira
Shire, and communications manager with CPA Australia. Lindy is currently deputy board chair of Goulburn Valley Water. Lindy’s family were dairy farmers at Cobram. She is married to Paul and together they have three children; two who completed school in Shepparton and one who has just completed Year 12. Those involved in local sports may have met Lindy through one of the clubs she and her family are connected to. She has a deep understanding of the region and in particular the agribusiness and
irrigation sectors. She has led submissions and discussion papers on significant issues, including the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) plan and community and stakeholder engagement programs relating to major infrastructure projects. These include the Food Bowl Modernisation Project, Northern Victoria Irrigation Renewal Project (NVIRP) and the Northern Region Sustainable Water Strategy. She has managed media and stakeholder engagement in relation to significant reform agendas and major incidents and she has broad industry connections both locally and nationally.
NEW CEO FOR C4GS... Lindy Nieuwenhuizen will assume the role of CEO in early 2022, bringing a wide range of experience to the table. Photo: Supplied.
The board said, “The board are delighted to endorse Lindy as the new CEO of the Committee as we enter an exciting new phase with a refreshed strategic focus.”
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OPEN FOR BUSINESS... Business owners of the new Proud Thai Restaurant, Kathy Khongsthidporn and Chat Petnamkhang, are serving authentic Thai food from the heart of Mooroopna. Open for dine-in, takeaway, functions and banquets, five days a week. Photo: Deanne Jeffers.
New restaurant offers a taste of Southeast Asia MOOROOPNA has gained a new dining experience, serving authentic Thai cuisine from the heart of McLennan Street. Ow ned and operated by Chat Petnamkhang and his mother, Kathy, owner of the reputable Proud Thai Massage parlours, their dive into hospitality builds upon the charming, gentle service established by the family-oriented entrepreneurs. Chat said, “Our priority is to create an authentic Thai experience for our customers. That means that they will experience genuine Thai flavours and Thai service, like they would encounter overseas.”
Thai food is a careful balance of sweet, spicy, salty and sour. The complex balance of flavour profiles makes Thai food esoteric and for some, a hard cuisine to master in the kitchen. Chat and the Proud Thai Restaurant chef are experienced with this craved after cuisine. Kathy said, “As well as lunch and dinner service, Proud Thai Restaurant serve takeaway, banquets, and we have plenty of space for functions and events upstairs in our large function room or private dining area.” “Entertaining at home is still very popular and we can cater for your guests or event
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Council to seek feedback on Munarra Centre lease agreement continued from front page M U N A R R A w i l l e mb e d A b or ig i n a l culture across all curriculum and programs, positioning Aboriginal knowledge transfer and cultural exchange as a national asset. It is intended that the MCRE complex will be run by Munarra Limited, a notfor-profit entity that is a partnership of Rumbalara Football and Netball Club (RFNC), the University of Melbourne, and Kaelia Institute. The centre will establish best practice in health, sport, education, and arts integrated with Aboriginal Australian cultural knowledge, teaching, and learning practice. In 2016, Council agreed to provide i n-pr i ncipa l com m it ment s , i nclud i ng provisions of the land to the west of Shepparton Sports Stadium, in-kind support to assist with the project, like planning and development requirements, and supporting funding submissions by RFNC to further the project. Last year, Council prepared designs for utilities and services infrastructure, including the construction of stormwater drainage.
T he st ud ies identified i n frast r uc t u re required to support the expansion of the Sports Stadium. The Victorian Government contributed 50 percent of the funding for this work, with the construction tender awarded at the December Council Meeting. Mayor, Cr Kim O’Keeffe said the MCRE will be a significant education facility that will provide state-of-the-art facilities to Indigenous and non-indigenous people across the country. “After an extensive period of planning and infrast ruc t u re investigation, the contracts for the construction of the stormwater drainage infrastructure was awarded at the December Council Meeting and construction is expected to commence in early 2022,” she said. “This will provide stormwater drainage infrastructure for the area known as the proposed Munarra precinct and support the future expansion of the Sports Stadium.” Council will undertake community consultation in early 2022 to understand what residents and businesses in the area feel about the lease of the land.
MASTERPLAN REVEALED... Council intend to seek feedback regarding a lease agreement in relation to the Munarra Centre for Regional Excellence, to be located at the west of the Shepparton Sports Stadium. Photo: Supplied.
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W hile every effort will be made to minimise disruption, works of this nature cannot be performed without some inconvenience and disruption. Council asks road users to obey traffic management signage and detours. For further information please contact the projects department on 5832 9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Letters to the Editor
MORE THAN SOCIAL HOUSING, SHEPPARTON’S VULNERABLE NEED SPACE THAT PROMOTES IMPROVED WELLBEING Dear Editor, I write to you regarding the proposed construction of a four-storey, 30-dwelling social housing project to be built in a densely populated residential area of Shepparton above the Maude, Nixon and Edwards Streets carpark. I have the privilege of supporting and advocating for vulnerable citizens in our community in terms of mental health and disability on a daily basis. Whilst I agree in principle with the Greater Shepparton City Council’s “Affordable Housing Strategy” I am extremely troubled and concerned with the proposed location and design of the project. It is my belief that vulnerable citizens in our community would prefer single-storey housing close to expansive and well provisioned “green spaces.” Positioning these proposed residences closer to the Shepparton Victoria Lake Precinct is one option our elected Council might like to consider. This communal area would potentially promote improved mental and physical wellbeing, enabling our vulnerable people to enjoy amenities such as expansive green spaces, walking and running tracks, BBQ areas,
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Raymond West Swimming Pool, Aquamoves, all abilities playground, skate park, outdoor exercise equipment, COGS events, bike tracks, SAM, canoeing, fishing (lake and river) etc. To suggest that it is a short distance to travel from the proposed site to these communal amenities is extremely problematic for a citizen who faces daily challenges with mental health or disability. I trust that robust discussion by Council will take place regarding the location and design of this social housing initiative before a final decision is made. Yours Sincerely, Geoff Newman.
THE LIES, THE STENCH, THE MURRAY DARLING BASIN PLAN Dear Editor, A very happy new year to everyone. As we contemplate life with Covid, please spare a thought for farmers and communities who have been living with something much worse for much longer, the Murray Darling Basin Plan. We are very fortunate to have wonderful flooding in the basin currently so everyone and everything are getting a marvellous drink.
The fight to save irrigation farming and the communities that rely on it has had some quite positive turn of events lately, but do not for one second believe that the foot can be taken off the go pedal. It is only a few short years ago that we saw the Darling River decimated and millions of old native fish were killed. The basin plan has been shockingly handled, mainly by the National Party, a party I and lots of other rural Aussies truly believe has totally lost its way. We must keep fighting the very smelly lies the bureaucrats and politicians keep telling us. I have travelled the basin extensively and can agree that there seems to be a very distinct bias towards one part of it, that simply must change, otherwise other farmers, communities and the environment in other parts of the basin will continue to die. Hopefully one day we may be able to smell the roses. Yours sincerly, Peter Gilmour Abbeywood, Queensland Want to have your say? Email your letters to the editor to firstname.lastname@example.org Please keep letters to under 200 words.
Help keep wildlife hydrated THE temperatures we experience in the Goulburn Valley during summer can be quite uncomfortable. Wildlife, including birds, have no way of escaping the heat outdoors. Native animals can sadly suffer terribly and even die. Providing them safe
access to water can help them cope during very hot days. Leave shallow dishes of water in the shade. However, try to avoid metal dishes unless they’re in full shade as they will get very hot in the sun. If you can, put dishes
high up/in trees to help keep wildlife safe from predators. Shallow bowls are best, as small birds can become trapped and drown in deep dishes. If you only have large bowls or buckets on hand, place large twigs or
rocks/bricks inside to allow any trapped animals to get free. If you have a bird bath, keep it clean and fresh for birds to drink from. Remember to keep native wildlife safe from your own pets, especially cats.
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Santa brings Christmas cheer to Mercy Place When I was handing out gifts it was so moving, some residents were crying with happiness which made me cry a simple gift to all, was a gift of kindness we love all our residents
CHEERFUL CHRISTMAS... Mercy Place resident, Jack Barnes with his Kris Kringle gift. Photo: Supplied.
Shona Wills FOR Christmas, residents at Mercy Place, Shepparton were treated to a special Kris Kringle surprise. Normally, these kinds of activities are organised by a lifestyle coordinator, however, Mercy Place’s first ever Secret Santa was arranged by the healthcare staff who work there, as they wanted to give back to the residents they care for. Organiser and healthcare worker, Shona Wills said, “We thought this would be an amazing gesture to our residents due to a lot of things, residents who do not have families, or families who live too far away and just kindness. Our goal was to remind residents that we love them and appreciate them.” “When I was handing out gifts it was so moving, some residents were crying with happiness which made me cry a simple gift to all, was a gift of kindness we love all our residents, and we are so very thankful that we are part of each and every lives.”
ALL SMILES OVER HERE... Velma Howard was delighted with her gift on Christmas Day. Photo: Supplied.
SPIRIT OF GIVING... Mercy Place personal care workers, Daniel Alink and Shona Wills organised a special Secret Santa for residents to spread love and Christmas cheer. Photo: Supplied.
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2022 school term dates SCHOOL goes back this month, despite no official decisions being made as to whether students will return to classrooms or remote learning in 2022. The official Victorian school term dates are: Term 1: January 28 (Students in government schools start January 31) to April 8 Term 2: April 26 to June 24 Term 3: July 11 to September 16 Term 4: October 3 to December 2
IMAGINATION STATION... Get back to school by flexing your creative muscles and using materials found at home to create a special keepsake. Photo: Supplied.
Scrapbooking the school years By Kelly Lucas IF your cupboard is full of your kid’s creations that have been accumulated over their schooling, and you have digital photos taking up room on your camera roll, you have no idea what to do with either, why not preserve those treasured moments into a scrapbook. Scrapbooking allows you to create a special keepsake that you and your family can cherish for years to come. Scrapbooking is all about telling a story. Gather your project's
contents, purchase an album, paper, stickers, and the basic supplies to make a start, and let creativity take place. I’m sure many of us can remember being kids ourselves and sitting at the kitchen bench, pasting photos and magazine cut outs onto coloured paper. That is scrapbooking in its early years. Today the options to create such art are limitless to the imagination. “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up,” Pablo Picasso.
Children aged 5-11 years can now get a COV ID vaccine by booking online or via the hotline. Young children will be administered onethird of the dose given to those over 12 years, in appointed nature and animalthemed areas, to give children a “forest of protection” against COVID-19. State-run vaccination centres, including the Shepparton Showgrounds, will administer the vaccines. For more information and to book your child's first dose, visit www. c o r o n av i r u s .v i c . g o v. au / v a c c i n e . Bookings can also be made via the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398 or via your local pharmacy or GP.
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for sunscreen By Kelly Lucas THE best way for children to learn good sun protection is to start the process at home. Teaching children how to apply sunscreen themselves will help ensure they can do it independently while also developing their own sun safety habits. Make the process fun when encouraging your child to put on sunscreen by allowing them to put a dot of sunscreen on each cheek, nose, and their chin. They can also add squiggles, faces, letters and numbers using sunscreen to any part of their arms and legs not covered by clothing. UV damage in childhood significantly
increases the risk of skin cancer so it is important to get children thinking about sun safety from an early age. A good rule of thumb for skin cancer prevention is the following 5S’s: Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek, Slide. - SLIP on a T-shirt - SLOP on SPF 30+ broad spectrum UVA sunscreen - SLAP on a broad brimmed hat - SEEK shade whenever possible - SLIDE on quality sunglasses Sun protection does not need to be complicated or expensive, but it needs to be consistent. Keep it simple and do it forever.
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St Mary of the Angels Secondary College is a vibrant and welcoming College community which offers a rich and diverse learning environment for it’s 675 students and families. St Mary of the Angels welcomes families from across the region, with its dedicated modern bus fleet collecting students from as far as Tocumwal, Finley, Berrigan, Cobram, Katamatite, Numurkah, Katandra, Tallygaroopna and everywhere in between. The College aims to develop the whole person where all aspects of students’
spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical pursuits are nurtured. Led by Catholic tradition and in the spirit of St Francis of Assisi, St Mary of the Angels encourages it’s students to be aspirational, compassionate and forward thinking. For more information or to find out how St Mary of the Angels Secondary College can assist your child, contact St Mary of the Angels at Chapel Street, Nathalia, phone (03) 5866 2222 or visit www.smotanathalia.catholic.edu.au
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Big and small, safety is for all Minor upgrades By Kelly Lucas BIKE riding is a lot of fun, but accidents do happen. Many children make their way to school riding a bike, so let refresh what we know about staying safe on two wheels: - Wear a helmet at all times and ensure it fits properly and is worn correctly so it will protect the face, head, and brain in an accident. - Use bike lanes wherever possible, and if riding on pathways, keep to the left and use a bell to signal others. Remember to always give way to pedestrians and to get off your bike and walk across busy -intersections, using crossings wherever possible. - Check both ways and do not rush waiting to cross a road. Try using all your senses. Can you hear danger approaching? - Do not ride too close to parked cars. Doors can open suddenly. - Bike riders must obey road rules just like cars. Stop at stop signs, obey traffic signals, and travel in the same direction as the traffic. - Always ride with two hands on
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SAFETY STARTS AT HOME... Practice makes perfect and practicing together will encourage your children to be more alert and safety conscious when they are old enough to ride independently. Photo: Supplied.
the handlebars, and ride in single file, rather than a big group if travelling with friends. Parents/carers should ensure they ride as much as possible with their children on the road, to let them
practice their skills. Riding to get the morning paper or some milk will serve another purpose down the track when they are finally ready to ride to school on their own.
ST UDENTS and staff at Orrvale Primary School are set to benefit from upgraded carpark facilities. Member for Northern Victoria, Mark G epp M P a n nou n c e d b e fo r e C h r i s t m a s t h at wo r k s are underway at Orrvale Primary School. Construction firm, Modus Projects, which has a base in Shepparton will deliver extensive carpark upgrade works. The State Government has prov ided $375, 625 towards the project which will extend the parking area, as well as improve the school’s traffic management system to ensure the safety of students and the entire school community,
particularly during drop-off and pick-up times. Mr Gepp said, “We’re m a k i n g s u r e t h at ou r s c ho ol s h ave t h e b e s t facilities, our classrooms have the best teachers and that every child is given every chance to succeed.” “This investment will ensure the safety of students and staff at Orr vale P r i m a r y S cho ol wh i l s t supporting local jobs.” M u c h of t h e S t at e Government’s funding for new schools and significant upgrades has been financed by t h e M i n o r C a p i t a l Wo rk s F u n d . P r o j e c t s through this fund will be progressively delivered, with all projects to be completed by the end of 2022.
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Cruise like the Eagle IN 1956, the first Eagle was built for Continental Trailways USA, to compete w i t h G r e y h o u n d ’s G M P D 4 5 0 1 Scenicruiser. Unable to find a builder locally who would build the Eagle on Continental Trailways’ terms and design, they eventually settled on Kässbohrer Setra in Ulm, Germany, as the builder. Those early Eagles, dubbed Golden Eagles due to their golden aluminium panels, featured a rear viewing lounge, galley, and tables. Next was the Silver E ag le , feat u r i ng more convent iona l specifications making it better suited to line haul work. Greyhound was the prime user of Eagles in Australia with the first Eagle Model 05 arriving in 1973. All told, four Model
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05s and 13 Model 10s were operated by Greyhound, a Model 05 for Batterham’s, a Model 15 for Trailer Tours, and a Model 10 and Model 20 for Lever Coachlines. Lever later acquired Batterham’s Model 05. An overall total of 57 Eagles were operated in Australia. Both Greyhound’s Eagles and Pioneer’s MC Is were the f lagship coaches for interstate express during the 70s and 80s in Australia, with both companies having routes that criss-crossed the country. Each long-distance driver had an opinion on which coach they favoured, Eagle or MCI. One thing never disputed was the Eagle’s handling. Torsion bar suspension prevented the coach from leaning in corners and provided superb handling and ride.
The downside was that unless the shock absorbers were in peak condition, the Eagles were sometimes known to have a bucking motion in their ride. Kialla’s Museum of Vehicle Evolution currently have the Eagle Model 20, which belonged to Lever Coach Lines. It was the last Eagle shipped to Australia and although it is a Model 20, it was designated as a Model 10LT to avoid re-assessment for Australian Design Rule requirements, as it was essentially the same as the Model 10. The Eagle Model 20 is powered by a GM Detroit Diesel V6 2-stroke diesel, 552ci model 6B92T TA, rear mounted in-line, with an Allison HT750 automatic transmission.
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Geoffrey Thompson Fruit Packing Co are seeking experienced, fit, and healthy fruit packers and fruit sorters for our fast-paced Apple and Pear Packing Complex in Wheeler Street, Shepparton VIC for an immediate start.
The Parks & Open Spaces team at Murray River Council currently has a vacancy for the following position:
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7.00 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v England. Day 3. Late afternoon session. 7.40 The Ashes: Dinner Break 8.00 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v England. Day 3. Evening session. 10.30 World’s Most Extreme Airports
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5.30 RBT 6.00 News 7.00 60 Minutes 8.00 David Attenborough’s A Perfect Planet 9.10 Movie: High Crimes (2002) 11.30 Chicago Med 12.20 Miniseries: The Bad Seed 1.10 Xtreme Collxtion 1.30 TV Shop 4.00 Believer’s Voice Of Victory
6.00 WorldWatch 7.30 Italian News 8.10 Filipino News 8.40 French News 9.30 Greek News 10.00 Cycling Road National Championships. Women’s race. 12.00 Road National Championships Studio Show 1.00 Cycling Road National Championships.
Men’s race. 5.30 Tony Robinson’s Forgotten War Stories 6.30 News 7.30 Treasures Of Istanbul 8.30 Pompeii: Sin City 10.00 Searching For Cleopatra 11.30 The Great Plague 12.25 24 Hours In Emergency 1.20 Going Places 4.20 Soccer Supercopa de España. Final.
6.00 News 9.00 News 10.00 Australia Remastered 11.00 The Heights 12.00 News 1.00 Cook And The Chef 1.25 Vera 3.00 News 4.00 Think Tank 5.00 Restoration Australia 6.00 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery 6.30 Summer Drum
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6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 To Be Advised 2.45 Entertainment Tonight 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News First
6.30 The Project 7.30 I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 9.00 FBI: Most Wanted 11.00 The Project 12.00 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Infomercials 3.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS Mornings
2.00 The Ashes: Pre-Game Show 3.00 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v England. Day 4. Afternoon session. (Please note: alternative schedule may be shown due to changes to cricket coverage). 5.00 The Ashes: Tea Break 5.40 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v
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6.00 Today 10.00 Australian Open Tennis Pre-Show 11.00 Tennis Australian Open. Day 1. 6.00 Nine News 7.00 Tennis Australian Open. Night 1. 12.00 New Amsterdam 1.00 Bondi Lifeguard World Adventures: Road Boss Rally Pt 1 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping 2.30 Global Shop
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6.00 Soccer Supercopa de España. Final. Continued. 6.45 WorldWatch 2.00 Gourmet Farmer 2.30 Scanning The Nile 3.30 The Cook Up 4.00 Great Alaskan Railroad Journeys 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Aust 6.30 News 7.30 Britain’s
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6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 8.00 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 To Be Advised 2.30 Entertainment Tonight 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Left Off The Map 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News First
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2.00 The Ashes: Pre-Game Show 3.00 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v England. Day 5. Afternoon session. (Please note: alternative schedule may be shown due to changes to cricket coverage). 5.00 The Ashes: Tea Break 5.40 Cricket The Ashes. Fifth Test. Australia v
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Demon’s supporters will not want to miss this TIME is running out to celebrate with the Melbourne Football Club. It has been 57 long years since the Demons won the premiership cup, but 2021 saw them take home the trophy. The Dees are back in Victoria and are keen to celebrate with their dedicated fans and revel in a welldeserved homecoming. Join Norm Smith Medallist Christian Petracca, Clayton Oliver, Tom McDonald and Steven May at the Shepparton Football and Netball Club on Saturday, January 22 for ‘Dine with the Demons’. Hosted by Dougal Austin and Phil Splitter, you’ll hear tales and behind the scenes news from the greatest football story of all time, take part in exclusive
2021 premiership memorabilia auctions and have the opportunity to take home an exclusive framed photograph with the premiership players. Tickets star t from $85, for more information and to purchase, go to www. eventbrite.com.au/e/dine-with-demonstickets-213363515017?aff=ebdsoporgpro file The Adviser has three double passes (show only) to giveaway. To go in the draw, send an envelope with your name and contact details to ‘The Adviser PO BOX 1664, Shepparton 3630’ or like and tag a friend in our post on Facebook. Entries close January 16 and winners will be contacted privately.
Community connect Mooroopna Croquet Club conduct Beginners Croquet Classes on Monday mornings starting at 9.30am. Come along, bring a friend or two and join in the fun of a great game, social interaction and gentle exercise. Flat closed-in shoes are required, all
equipment provided. First game free. We also play on Wed nesday at 9.30am, Thursday Twilight play 6.15pm, and on Saturday mornings at 9.30am. Come along and try the game. For more info, phone Helen 58254541.
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FAMILY FUN... Father-son duo, William and Mathieu Ryan at Victoria Park Lake for parkrun Shepparton’s 8th birthday on Saturday. Photo: Supplied.
OVER the weekend, parkrun celebrated eight years of free, fun, and friendly cardio activity in Shepparton. Run weekly by volunteers, parkrun is a community event held around the world. The Shepparton parkrun group meet on Saturday mornings at 8am to walk, run, volunteer or to spectate the event. L o c a l at h le te M at h ieu Rya n h as participated in Shepparton’s parkrun since 2014. He said that the greatest benefit of the group is that people of all abilities and fitness levels can gain confidence working on their cardio. “I’ve been attending the weekly parkrun more recently with my son, and it is a great way to be active and social with family and friends. Because parkrun is social, not competitive, it is a great way to meet new
people or reach new goals, or to keep kids away from the screen,” said Mathieu. Research has shown that individuals are more likely to stick to their health and fitness goals by joining a community that keeps them accountable and makes movement fun. Going into the new year, it is wise to take advantage of the free and low-cost fitness opportunities happening in and around Greater Shepparton. parkrun has no time limit, there is a volunteer whose sole responsibility is to come last, so no one participant comes last, and every week the group finishes up with a coffee. The event takes place every Saturday at Victoria Park Lake. To register as a participant for free or to learn more, visit www.parkrun.com.au/shepparton
FIRST RACE 6.25PM
LIVE on Trots Vision Live Music Punters Club Jumping Castles & Face Painting Food Van Dining Packages available. Call 0488 231 403 to book.
Courtesy Bus Pick-ups Mooroopna 5.30PM Royal Mail Hotel Shepparton 5.40pm Shepparton Library 5.50pm Sherbourne Terrace Hotel | 6.00pm Shepparton Club 6.15pm Arrive SHRC. Departs after last race to above pick-ups.
For more info, visit thetrots.com.au *We are a COVIDSafe venue. Proof of Double Vaccination required for admission.
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