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By Deanne Jeffers OVER $130,000 has been raised by Alastair Evans, who ran 270km this month to raise money for the Snowdome Foundation, a charity that helps fund blood cancer research. Alastair’s mother Sally passed away in 2016 after living with myeloma, an incurable type of blood cancer, for 19 years. She was diagnosed when her children were young and given three to five years to live. Continued Page 12

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School celebrates social housing decision By Deanne Jeffers THE sale of the airspace above the Nixon and Maude Street carparks in Shepparton has been rejected by Greater Shepparton City Council in an emotional Council meeting last week. Local school, Shepparton ACE Secondary College, are celebrating the decision, which would have severely impacted more than 100 students and their families through disruptions, privacy and safety concerns,

reduced access, and more less than a year since moving to their new premises on Maude Street. School principal, Bronwyn Rose, says that the result was unexpected after an almost seven-month long fight to stop the development going ahead. “This whole situation has had a huge toll on Councillors, on the students and the whole community,” said Ms Rose. Continued Page 3

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School celebrates social housing decision continued from front page “We’ve had many calls from families telling us that they are relieved their kids won’t be crying at night worrying what will happen to their school now. This had a much bigger impact than even we realised.” “Our students were the inspiration to keep fighting down and through to the end. This has never been about social housing, but protecting vulnerable students and their

education,” said Ms Rose. More t ha n 70 0 subm issions were received opposing the location for multistorey social housing. The decision not to sell the airspace above the car parks was rejected in a vote for 4-2 with Councillors Sam Spinks and Seema Abdullah voting for, and Councillors Geoff Dobson, Anthony Brophy, Fern Summer, and mayor Shane Sali voting against the development.

The result was met with applause from the audience at the gallery. While no social housing is planned for the CBD at this point, Councillors expressed something needs to be done to address affordable housing. They have supported the sale of land on Parkside Drive, Shepparton, to Women’s Housing Ltd for a 45-dwelling social housing project that will support vulnerable women and children.

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“Did I really win something?! It’s my first year of entering. How exciting. Oh, thank you so much,” said Nicole Peters, who shopped at Stephens Jewellers. Amy Lucas entered at What’s New. “Lovely, excellent,” she said. “I just finished work and got this great news. Fantastic, I love to shop.” Ron Mason entered at SPC Factory Sales. He said, “This is very good, my sons partner did the entry for me.” Being in the draw is easy. Simply spend $10 or more at any of the participating stores, fill in the online form, attach a photo of your receipt and send it in before Sunday, July 31, 2022.

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Childcare crisis By Stephanie Holliday WITH recent announcements from the Government regarding an ambitious overhaul of early childhood education and care, many childcare centres across the Goulburn Valley and beyond are already struggling with staff shortages and the ability to offer more places to families as the current system stands. A $9B investment over the next decade was recently announced, in a bid to save families money and support women to return to the workforce. A typical household spends up to 20 percent of their income to cover childcare costs. When many families sit down to crunch the numbers, it’s simply not worth returning to full-time work, that’s if they can secure a spot at a centre. Wy nd h a m E a rly L e a r n i ng c ent re director, Kathy Beer, disclosed that the centre currently has a waiting list of over 100 children for 2022, with the wait list for 2023 increasing daily. The major factor contributing to a lack of places is staffing shortages across the industry. “We are doing our best to run the centre at normal capacity; however, our nursery room is currently running with lower numbers. Some other centres have even had to close some days or combine with other centres,” said Kathy. “We are down three educators, with others in the region facing even more chronic shortages.” The government will aim to further build upon the ‘Best Start, Best Life’

Dery captures our diversity Our Enterprise building now boasts a new painting entitled Happiness in Diversity – depicting the many cultures that mix harmoniously in our college and community. GSSC is grateful to our Ethnic Council and the Greater Shepparton City Council for the grant that made the gift possible - and of course talented artist Christiano Dery Theodorus (or “Dery”). The artwork complements the spectacular Koorie painting that so impresses visitors as they enter GSSC.

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prog ra m w it h t h ree major changes including making kinder free across Victoria, delivering a new year of universal ‘Pre-Prep’ for 4-year-olds and establishing a further 50 government operated childcare centres. These changes are quite ambitious considering the system is already under immense pressure. Kathy spoke of how these new plans can begin to take shape under current circumstances.

We are down three educators, with others in the region facing even more chronic shortages. Wyndham Early Learning centre director, Kathy Beer

“I thin k f u ndamentally, at tit udes towards the childcare educator profession need to shift. We are setting children up to succeed in their school years and it’s not just ‘child-minding’. So much goes into training and being an early childcare educator, and our renumeration also needs to reflect that,” said Kathy. “There’s a long way to go if we are to have enough educators to supplement the proposed 30 hours a week of four-year-old kinder.”

Indonesion-born Dery is a largely self-taught artist who came to Shepparton to work as a farm hand. His fame as an artist is growing, with much of his work gracing ethnic restaurants and businesses in the region. “I used red and blue as the background for this painting because it comes from the dominant colours of the Australian flag and used gold leaf as a symbol of glory.”

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BEST NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR (UNDER 2 YEARS) - GREATER SHEPPARTON BUSINESS CENTRE... From left, Jenna Hearn business development coordinator at Greater Shepparton Business Centre, nominee Meg Talarico of Oakridge Designs, and Chamber representative, Geoff Adams.

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - HARVEY NORMAN SHEPPARTON... From left, Chamber representative, Geoff Adams, nominee Jim Marx of Goulburn Valley Physiotherapy, and Kieran Moon electrical proprietor Harvey Norman Shepparton. Photos: Kelly Carmody.

APPRENTICE/TRAINEE OF THE YEAR... Chamber representative, Geoff Adams, nominee and third-year apprentice Ella Boyd, trainer Sue Egan from Gloss Hairdressing, and GoTAFE coordinator trainer Marylyn Roe.

First 2022 nominees for business awards THREE businesses have been nominated as being outstanding in their nominated category under the 2022 White King – Pental 95.3 Triple M Business Awards. “I want to thank those businesses who sponsor the Business Awards. We’ve been operating for 30-odd years and never expected to be a finalist, so it’s great to be recognised and for the region to have awards like this,” said Jim Marx from Goulburn Valley Physiotherapy Centre, that has been nominated for Business of the Year Award - Professional Service category, sponsored by Harvey Norman Shepparton. Oakridge Designs has been nominated for Best New Business (under two years), sponsored by Greater Shepparton Business Centre. “A lot of businesses have done it hard in recent years, so to be recognised like this feels really nice,” said Meg Talarico, who opened the Tatura homewares store last year and says the whole community has gotten behind them. Gloss Hairdressing third-year apprentice, Ella Boyd, has been nominated for Apprentice/

Trainee of the Year Award. She thanked her employer and GoTAFE for sponsoring the category and for their support during her training. Nominations close Friday, September 23. The community has until this time to nominate the region’s businesses under 13 categories: 1.Custome r S e r v ic e Awa rd…Re t a i l, Hospitality Services sponsored by Shepparton Club Inc. 2. Professional Services sponsored by WDEA Works. 3. Trades Services sponsored by Shepparton Chamber of Commerce & Industry. 4. Business of the Year Award…Professional Service of the Year, Trade Service of the Year and Retailer of the Year sponsored by Harvey Norman Shepparton. 5. Visitor Experience of the Year Award… Excellence in Tourism Hospitality, Excellence in Tourism Accommodation, sponsored by Greater Shepparton City Council – Tourism Greater Shepparton. 6. Best New Business Award (under two

years)… sponsored by Greater Shepparton Business Centre. 7. Best Marketing / Advertising Campaign Award… sponsored by Triple MMM, WIN TV and The Adviser. 8. Entrepreneur of the Year Award… operating for a minimum one year, supported by Victorian Chamber of Commerce. 9. Apprentice / Trainee of the Year Award… sponsored by GOTAFE. 10. GV Healthy Workplace…sponsored by GV Health. 11. Young Professional of the Year Award… sponsored by La Trobe University. 12. New…Innovator of the Year Award… sponsored by NBN Co. 13. New… Environmental / Sustainability Business of the Year Award…sponsored by Greater Shepparton City Council Environment Sustainability Department. To nominate go to w w w. sheppartonbusinessawards.com.au or look out for nomination forms delivered to businesses throughout Greater Shepparton. Enquiries are

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AUSTRALIA'S best-known cleaning, industrial and personal care products can be bought right here in Shepparton, all in the one place. Pental Factory Sales are your dedicated outlet for household cleaning, personal care, bodywash, soap, bulk washing powder, toilet paper, gift packs and much much more. Pental Factory Sales supports Shepparton made brands such as White King, Country Life, Softly Flakes (formerly Lux Flakes), Huggie and Softly Woolmix, offering them direct to the public at wholesale prices. Hospitality and healthcare industries will find a vast array of products at a competitive price. The savings that can be made by shopping here are enormous and along with the Pental brands, the outlet also retails other leading brands of personal care and home care products.

The extremely popular gift packs are also a big hit with pre-made or made to order arrangements available and with the lead up to Christmas coming now is the perfect time to get your order in. Hampers are priced from as little as $5. Whether it is for the home, the office, or the workshop, browse and get the best deals all in one place right here in Shepparton, at Pental Factory Sales. They are open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and are located at 45 Drummond Road, Shepparton. Alternatively shop online at www. pentalfactorysales.com.au or give them a call on (03) 5821 4398 or email sales@pentalfs. com.au For your chance to win a share of $25,500, spend a minimum of $10 at participating retailers, scan the QR code, upload your receipt and submit online.

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Shoppers rewarded for shopping local THE 2022 GMCU $25,500 Giveaway has awarded its first round of winners, each taking home a $500 voucher to be spent at almost 170 participating businesses, listed on page 25. The first round of winners was drawn Monday, June 20, with another round of six winners drawn each Monday until July 21. They won their cash bonus by shopping at Sheppar ton Spotlight, Coles and Chemist Warehouse at Riverside Plaza, Chemist Discount Centre and Lovell's Newsagency at Shepparton Marketplace, and Café Three620 in Kyabram. For B ia nc a G eisler, who entered shopping at Coles Riverside, winning some extra cash is huge.

"WOW, thank you so much, it's so good, wonderful," she said. "Just at the right time, our house burnt down a few weeks ago, so this will help until the insurance comes through." Being in the draw is easy. Simply spend $10 or more at any of the participating stores, fill in the online form, attach a photo of your receipt and send it in before Sunday, July 31, 2022.

Andy Robertson from Cafe Three620 with $500 winner Lola Moon: Stephanie Holliday

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“This may be a legal victory but, it’s certainly not a moral one” By Kelly Carmody THE news delivered from VCAT last week has left Murchison locals and renovators, Deb Bower and Robert Cardalish, absolutely devastated, after the removal of their fence and flowerpots was ordered on their heritage listed building, formerly the old Murchison Bank. Locals and many of the 900+ people who signed their petition to save their fence last year took to social media last week to express their opinions on the matter. One person wrote “this is a travesty of justice” another commenting “there appears to be no democracy in Shepparton Council.” Deb and Robert commented that they feel Greater Shepparton City Council has very little interest in the community of Murchison and stated that the decision was not about the planning process and came down to the Heritage Advisor and CEO’s subjective opinions. “They said our building was too masculine and austere, making the fence too pretty,” said Deb. “We believe the fence suits the style of the building, so did everyone else that supported our petition,” she added. “We are devastated that this rare and authentic cast iron will be damaged during the removal. It is the fifth fence for this building, and it will not be the last beyond us,” said Robert. “We tried our best to work within the policies, but they just kept changing the goal

FROM PRODUCE TO MANAGEMENT... Meet Fairleys Supa IGA store manager, John Mourmourkis who has over thirty years’ experience in the Australian supermarket industry. Photo: Kelly Carmody

Passionate about management ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATED... Murchison locals Deb Bower and Robert Cardalish have lost their fight to save their cast iron fence and flowerpots after VCAT ordered the removal last week. Photo: Kelly Carmody

posts. Why are we saving historic buildings if the community’s opinion is not being heard? And why would people bother to take one on, when you have no control over your own property,” he added. Deb and Robert will now await further instructions on when the cast iron fence and flowerpots must come down, they said they are suffering from the outcome but will survive. “Thank you to the people of Murchison for your support, being part of this community is the one good thing that has come out of this,” said Deb. “This may be a legal victory, but it's certainly not a moral one,” she added.

W H EN you meet someone who has worked in an industry for over thirty years, it becomes quite clear that they must be extremely passionate about what they do and who they work beside. Meet Fairleys Supa IGA store manager, John Mourmourkis, with a curriculum vitae dating back to 1990 within the Australian supermarket industry. John, who has lived across Victoria and New South Wales during his career, has now resided in Sheppar ton for ten years with his wife Sharon. He said that Shepparton has been a welcoming community and has been a lovely place to raise their five-year-old son, Channce. With no more moves on the horizon, John said that he is very settled at Fairleys Supa IGA and feels blessed to have a supportive team above and below him. “I am incredibly happy where I am and ex tremely passionate about my

management role here alongside so many amazing team members. I really enjoy the freedom in the framework that this independent store offers. It allows me to listen to our customers and really make important decisions and changes to suit the store and the people who shop here,” he said. “It is a wonderful place to work every day and I feel privileged to support the company in growth and the team around me. I am always looking for future leaders but there are always employment opportunities across all departments too,” said John. “I started in produce 30 years ago, the opportunities are ongoing and extremely rewarding,” he added. Fairleys SUPA IGA is located at 177193 Numurkah Road, Shepparton. “A wonderful place to shop and work,” said John.

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! y a w a t e to g FINISHING LINE... Alastair Evans pictured in the centre crossing the finishing line at the Port of Echuca surrounded by family and friends. His father, Richard Evans of Evans Shoes, is pictured to the left wearing a grey hoodie. Photo: Supplied.

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By Deanne Jeffers A L A STA I R says clinical trials and treatments helped prolong his mother’s life. His fundraising will help fund treatments for Australian blood cancer patients, so they can live longer, better lives too. The mammoth run from Melbourne to the Port of Echuca was one of Alastair’s hardest. “The first day it was raining, and I had the wind straight in my face all day. These were the hardest conditions I’ve run in, but on the last day Mum must have decided to give us some reprieve and there was blue sky and sun.” Alastair said it was surreal running into town with locals cheering. He was escorted to the finish line by a fire truck and police car. “The community really rallied around Mum when she was unwell. This was

exemplified running through town,” said Alastair. He thanked his support crew; his friends Cody Bradley and Ash McCorkell, girlfriend Amy Farr-Jones, and grandfather, team ‘skipper,’ Brian Gretton-Watson. “I’m so appreciative of everyone’s generosity. It is very humbling,” he said. “The mission of Positive Journey was to bring people together and to provide hope, which is Snowdome Foundation’s mission statement, and this has been mirrored. It has been great to put a smile on people’s faces.” “We’ve started something special. It will be great to continue on, so there are plans to do another run to raise money in the future.” You are still able to donate by going to https://fundraising.snowdome.org.au / my-fundraising/22/the-positive-journey

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June Council Meeting Wrap This month’s Council Meeting was held on Tuesday, 21 June.

2022/2023 Budget

Council adopted the 2022/2023 Budget following extensive community consultation. Council received 37 community submissions which resulted in more than $330,000 added to the Budget for several community projects and initiatives. These include: • Murchison-Toolamba Community Hub design – $80,000 • Katandra West Hall landscaping – $70,000 • Shepparton Search and Rescue increased contribution to $88,000 • Tatura Park Playground – $50,000 • Toolamba Tennis Court redevelopment design – $40,000 • Shepparton Foodshare contribution increased to $50,000

Climate Emergency Action Plan Council adopted the Our Climate Safe Future – Climate Emergency Action Plan.

It comes after Council declared a Climate Emergency in March 2020 and resolved to develop a Climate Emergency Action Plan to set a roadmap for action.

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Headi O Ung R 1 CLIMATE SAFE FUTURE

GREATER SHEP PARTON’S CLIMATE EMER GENCY ACTION PLAN

The plan builds on the work Council and the Greater Shepparton community are already doing to reduce emissions, prepare the region for a changing climate, and to maximise opportunities for a prosperous future. 1

Sport 2050 Strategic Plan GREATER SHEPPARTON CITY COUNCIL

SPORT 2050 STRATEGIC PLAN VOLUME 3

Council adopted the Sport 2050 Strategic Plan, providing a guide for the future planning of sport facilities in the region. The Strategic Plan provides guidance for the future development of Recreation Reserves and facilities by addressing ageing infrastructure, considering major sporting developments, impacts and opportunities for different reserves, and changes to sporting trends.

Strategic Cycling Corridors

Council noted the consultation completed on the Strategic Cycling Corridors (SCC) plan to connect the Shepparton Railway Station to Victoria Park Lake and the Greater Shepparton Secondary College. The plan provides designs for both on and off-road connections to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians, strengthening connectivity within the eastern areas of Shepparton.

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SCHOOL SAFETY... Grahamvale Primary School students in front from left, Jacob Crifo, Indiana Mehmet, Cooper Ryan, and Remi Bradshaw, with school principal Simone Higgins. Photo: Deanne Jeffers

By Deanne Jeffers GRAHAMVALE Primary School is a local recipient of a road safety funding boost designed to deliver programs that reduce trauma and save lives. 90 Victorian schools, councils, and notfor-profit organisations have been selected as part of the $1.5M Community Road Safety Grants program. Grahamvale Primary School will use their share of $4,950 for speed advisory messages and variable messaging signs. School principal, Simone Higgens said the school is looking for ways to make student and pedestrian safety a priority, particularly as a high number of trucks drive past the school. “The speed limit outside the school is 60 kilometers per hour, and 40 during school times. This funding will help us access

speed signage that communicates the speed limit at various times and provides more opportunities for cars, and trucks in particular, to be aware of their speed.” “The school council have spoken with local highway patrol to find ways we can work together. We’re also looking for anything the school can purchase that will make drivers more aware.” Simone says that previously teachers have seen a difference in the speed of passing traffic when engaging variable messaging signs, such as illuminated signs that show the speed vehicles are travelling or show a ‘sad’ or ‘happy’ face depending on whether they are speeding or travelling at the correct speed. Additional sig nage su rrou nding Gramhamvale Primary School is expected to be in place after the school holidays.

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To age is a privilege THE connection between looking your best and feeling your best is undeniable and cosmetic injectables are no longer a taboo, with many of us turning to aesthetic medicine to help us slow the signs of ageing and enhance our best features. A local Registered Nurse, with a wealth of over 28 years healthcare experience, has a deep reverence for the privilege of getting older thanks to her experience as an oncology nurse. She has launched a service which enables her patients to look like the best refreshed version of themselves. Taking a holistic approach to aesthetic medicine, Paula Norman has launched Saint Stella Aesthetics. This holistic approach involves treating

the whole patient and being invested in their long term goals. Paula achieves this by offering patients an individualised treatment plan to treat common skin conditions, ageing and wrinkles. T his plan can incorporate medical grade skin care, 'Aspect Dr', along with scientifically proven modalities such as skin needling, OxyGeneo facials, LED light therapy and cosmetic injectables to provide skin rejuvenation. “The most satisfying feedback I receive from patients is that they have been told they look ‘fresh’ as this is the desired outcome from any treatment plan.” To get in touch with Paula to commence your holistic treatment journey, follow

A HOLISTIC APPROACH...Taking a holistic approach to aesthetic medicine, Paula Norman has launched Saint Stella Aesthetics. After 28 years of healthcare experience, Paula has a deep reverence for the privilege of getting older thanks to her experience as an Oncology nurse. Photo: Kelly Carmody

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A message from Jeremy Rensford, chair, Shepparton Ministers’ Association JESUS was quoted as saying “It is more blessed to give than to receive”. This one passes the 'pub test'. I think most of us know deep down that being selfish – having an “it’s all about me”, attitude is not healthy. And yet, so many of us, despite knowing this, persist with such an attitude. It concerns me greatly that volunteer numbers and participation is in dire trouble in our present times. I realise there are some practical reasons for this, however, overall, many are not in favour of giving without receiving anything coming back.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED... A message from Jeremy Rensford, chair, Shepparton Ministers’ Association. Photo: Struan Jones

What impresses me is that the younger generations believe in a cause and are passionate about helping those less fortunate than themselves. Older generations seem to leading the charge when it comes to volunteerism (God bless them). Maybe we are about to see a renaissance of this dynamic across the generations, especially led by our impressive young people? There are wonderful local organisations crying out for new volunteers. Maybe you are the answer to their call? Check out www.sheppartonfoodshare.org.au and www.gslp.com.

au - a couple of great local organisations providing volunteer opportunities. Others can be found here https:// greatershepparton.com.au/community/volunteering.

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By Kelly Carmody SH E PPA RTON was transformed through vibrant light projections last Saturday night as the immersive art event White Night, took over the town. Thousands of people flocked to the illuminate event where the entertainment and light spectaculars did not disappoint. The contemporary and cultural event filled the public spaces till midnight Saturday, with people rugging up to endure the cold while seeing Shepparton in a whole new light.

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Thank you to our local businesses and community for supporting White Night Shepparton event on Saturday June 25. The flexibility of local businesses in adapting to changed access and road conditions has contributed tremendously to this events success and we thank you greatly for you cooperation and support. White Night Shepparton saw crowds of over 32,000 from all around Australia take to the precinct featuring Shepparton Art Museum and Kaiela Arts, Victoria Park Lake, Aquamoves, the Goulburn River and our city landscape. With accommodation providers across town booked to capacity. From café’s and coffee shops to retail and attractions, local CBD businesses got into the ‘White Night’ spirit providing special sales offers, unique ‘White Night’ menu items and opening their businesses for extended and additional hours on Saturday and Sunday. The participation of our local businesses contributed greatly to a welcoming whole town ‘White Night’ weekend atmosphere, with visitors and locals continuing the great atmosphere and support in town Sunday visiting attractions, eating meals, having a coffee and going shopping. We encourage you to continue to support our local businesses as we celebrate the success of this event, and the attention it has brought to our region as an emerging arts and cultural destination. (White Night Shepparton is a State Government of Victoria initiative that is owned and managed by Visit Victoria.)

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AFL at Murchison Primary School

AFL FUN... pictured, students from Murchison Primary School at their last AFL Goulburn Murray football clinic. Photo: Kelly Carmody

By Kelly Carmody TERM two at Murchison Primary School has seen the ‘A FL Goulburn Murray football clinic’ at the school oval on weekly basis, as an after-school sports program. Students from foundation right up to grade six have enjoyed the learning experience that has been all about fun, getting hands on the ball and constantly being involved in exciting activities. Each session ran for an hour giving students many opportunities to get some exercise, while learning the skills of Aussie Rules Football.

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YOU know there’s something exceptional about an organisation when there are employees who are celebrating their own 40-year anniversaries with the business. Local Lorna Harris has worked at Campbell’s for 40 years, and the key to the organisation’s success lies in the old adage, “quality not quantity,” she said. On Monday, June 6, the entire Shepparton site-based team celebrated six decades of Campbell’s. Shepparton plant manager Troy Knox is proud of everyone’s achievements that have made the past 60 years a success. “60 years is a phenomenal accomplishment, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has played a role in the success of our business in some way or another,” said Mr Knox. “In the local region, it takes only a brief mention that you work at the Campbell’s site to be inundated with stories of connection – everyone has a friend or family member who worked at the site, visited it, knew someone who did, or just drives past the giant soup can on their daily commute. “I recognise our team members who have devoted significant

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY...Earlier this month, the Campbell’s Shepparton team celebrated six decades of being local food manufacturing leaders. Pictured is Geoff Franze and Phill Laulu. Photo: Supplied

periods of their life, many over 25 years, to the factory. In 1962 when the site was first announced, it was hailed ‘a new era for industrial development in the region’ and now, 60 years on, we can reflect with pride on what we have all achieved.”

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SURROUNDED by picturesque natural bush land and spread over five acres, KidsTown features fully fenced play spaces, giant slides, train rides, mazes, café, and undercover areas for play, picnics and barbeques for this winter school holidays. Designed to entertain, stimulate, and educate children through play, children and parents alike will delight in the creative, imaginative and, most of all, safe play available to children of all ages and all abilities, providing fun even when it is cold. For the first week of the school holidays up until Sunday, July 3, the Fun Fair will still be operating from 12 noon till late for families to enjoy some next level rides and fun outdoors. Tickets can be purchased upon entry to the fair which is located next to the facility.

HOLIDAY FUN... Stay connected this school holidays at KidsTown. Photo: Supplied.

Save the date for Thursday, July 7 as Know Your Roots Inc will be hosting a free ‘Big Corroboree’ event on Daishes Paddock that will run from 6pm to 9pm and includes a large communal fire, live music, food and craft stalls and weaving. Open from dawn to dusk every day, KidsTown is the perfect spot for some family fun and a catch up with friends. Entry is a gold coin per person and please note the Dig In Café hours are

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10am to 3pm and the Miniature train rides will be operating from 10.30am to 2pm throughout the holidays. For more information and to view pictures of the facility head to their website info@kidstown.org.au KidsTown is located at 7287 Midland Highway, Mooroopna. Don’t let the cooler weather keep you indoors, head to KidsTown for some excitement and keep active and connected these school holidays.

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T H E S E s c ho ol hol id ay s , G ou lbu r n Valley Libraries have a great variety of free ‘Marvellous Makers’ craft sessions. From macramé to paper folding, there is something on offer for everyone. To celebrate NAIDOC Week, July 3-10, there will be craft activities, colouring and more. Collect an activity program at your local library or visit www.gvlibraries.com/ au/holidays for the full holiday program. #TakeHome craft packs are back! A GV Libraries spokesperson said each pack includes four different crafts, including two NAIDOC Week activities, as well as templates and instructions. “These activities are great for all ages and can easily be made by younger children with some help from a grown up. Templates will also be available to download and print on our website,” they said.

“We also have a very special 'Meet up with the Mobile Library’ series of visits scheduled during the holidays. Bring a picnic blanket, a jacket and some snacks and join Andre at the mobile library to make pom pom poppers and a floating ball toy.” "Visit our website and you will also find #StayAtHome Storytime videos that each have a craft activity to download, as well as access to many other great resources such as Storybox Library, Kanopy Kids, BusyCode, BorrowBox, LxOTE Online for Kids, and so much more,” the spokesperson said. The popular Rhyme and Story Times will continue throughout the holidays. All locations, times and dates can be found in the activity program. Call GV Libraries on 1300 374 765 or visit their website www.gvlibraries.com.au for more.


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TattsLotto turns 50 By Kelly Carmody DID you know that the first ever TattsLotto draw was held in 1972 on June 22? Making last Wednesday TattsLotto’s 50th Birthday. There are six winning prize divisions in TattsLotto. Division one is the highest prize

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DUE to vacancies, Shepparton Foodshare (Foodshare; SF) are seeking expressions of interest (EoI) from suitably experienced people to be considered for appointment to its board of directors. Established in 2012, Foodshare remains the only local food rescue agency. A spokesperson says SF has distributed 3.4M kilos of food, or the equivalent of 6.8M meals, to people in need and has redirected over 3M kilograms of edible food from landfill. SF are seeking EoI’s from people with one of more of the following qualities: c o m m e r c i a l b u i l d i n g /c o n s t r u c t i o n experience; proficient experience in business, legal, or accounting; prior board service in the not-for-profit sector; multicultural relations/leadership; and/or marketing and communications. Board members are volunteers who p r ov id e gove r n a n c e a n d s t r at e g i c leadership to the organisation. Comprised of people with a wide range of skills and experience, SF can appoint two new

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DURING these school holidays, GoulburnMurray Water (GMW) is reminding people visiting lakes, dams, and reservoirs to be safe on the water. GMW Water Storage Services general manager Martina Cusack encouraged people to make safety a priority during the holidays. “Most of our storages are at very healthy levels, so we’re expecting a lot of visitors in the coming weeks,” she said. “We want everyone to have fun, but most of all we want everyone to return home safely. Boat operators should always wear personal flotation devices and maintain a lookout for

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By Deanne Jeffers CONSTRUCTION at Goulburn Valley Health’s emergency department is on track to be completed in August, doubling the capacity of emergency care in Shepparton. Minister for Health, Martin Foley officially opened the hospital’s new 10-cot special care nursey and 12-bed paediatric ward, along with the next state of the expanded emergency department. "This is a $230M plus program that has had to take into account the delivery in a Covid environment. I want to thank Goulburn Valley Health and their various contractors for achieving what’s been really challenging,” he said. The newly redeveloped emergency department includes 36 treatment spaces including nine short-stay beds for patients who require less than 24-hours care, doubling existing capacity. It is also fitted out with the latest technology, featuring two new x-ray rooms, a CT scan room, and an ultrasound room. Local family Lauren, Bob and five-year-old Greta Knowles have frequented GV Health since Greta was diagnosed with leukaemia last year. “While she does receive a lot of her treatment in Melbourne, for emergency trips — of which we’ve had five since last school holidays — it makes a massive difference that we can come here rather than drive two hours to Melbourne,” Lauren said. “The staff have been amazing throughout, but it’s made a big difference to us coming into a new, state-of-the-art facility that’s

UPGRADES... Bob and Lauren Knowles with their daughter Greta, aged 5, who was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2021, with the Victorian Health Minister Martin Foley and Independent Member for Shepparton District Suzanna Sheed for the opening of the new special care nursery and paediatric ward at GV Health. Photo: Deanne Jeffers.

bright and fresh.” The new paediatric ward has 12 beds and it has been designed to create a colourful and comforting environment for children. Independent Member for Shepparton District, Suzanna Sheed, said the updates are crucial as many parents across Northern Victoria and southern New South Wales come to GV Health for maternity services. “We really service a wide area and the facilities that are needed are so important,” she said. The final part of the redevelopment is the refurbishment of existing operating theatres, expected to be completed by the end of the year. These works are on top of the already delivered 16-bed dialysis unit and the five-storey inpatient unit, which includes 10 intensive care unit beds, 64 inpatient beds and four new operating theatres.

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a Covid test, or in an emergency, including the risk of harm. Because almost 95 percent of eligible Victorians have received two vaccine doses, rules requiring general workers to work from home unless they are double-vaccinated are lifted. Employers may set their own workplace conditions. Visitor caps to care facilities, including residential aged care and disability are removed, with residents able to see any number of people as long as they test negative on a rapid antigen test that day. If a test is unavailable, a person can only be present for limited reasons such as end-of-life visits. Centres may introduce their own visitor rules to respond to local risk. “These orders mean we can keep in place sensible settings to reduce case numbers and hospitalisations through winter, when the risk of transmission is highest, while allowing Victorians to live safely with COVID-19,” said Victorian Health Minister, Martin Foley.

‘Tech Neck’ warning as scrolling time surges LIFESTLE related causes can wreak havoc on spinal health. Since the pandemic, many Australians have increased mobile phones usage to scroll on social media, stream content, shop, and to work. 60 degrees of neck flexion can place up to 27kg of weight through the spine, causing an increase in the mid-back curvature, commonly known as ‘tech neck,’ which can create a burden on physical and mental health. 39 percent of Aussies report experiencing neck pain over the last 12 months. The impact of neck issues goes beyond physical symptoms, including sleep loss and mental exhaustion. The Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA) have this advice to help care for your neck health: 20/20 BREAKS: when using your phone or working, take short 20-second breaks every 20 minutes to stand up, move around and stretch. CHIN TUCKS: when working or using a phone, do 5-10 chin tucks every hour. Start in a seated position with shoulders relaxed, look straight forward, place finger

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A LONG WAY TO SHEPPARTON... Thon Thon is the Ethnic Council’s community development officer, and a film screened at GOTAFE detailed his harrowing journey as a nine-yearold where he walked from Sudan to Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp to commemorate Refugee Week 2022. Photo: Stephanie Holliday

Audience members had a chance to ask Thon Thon questions, with one person asking if Thon ever had feelings of despair and giving up during his journey. “I was so tired every day, we all were. However, I was tasked with looking after a five-year-old boy, the youngest in our group. He never, ever sat still. Whenever we had a rest, he would be running around, even though he’d been walking for hours,” said Thon. “Whenever I felt a sense of despair, I thought to myself, if this young child can keep going, can make it, so can I.”

Local footy returns to the airwaves THE partnership between Kyabram District League (KDL) and local radio broadcaster, 98.5 One FM, has been renewed for the remainder of the 2022 season. The deal will include The Apprenticeship Factory KDL Preview Show, hosted by Jason Welsh and Sam Saracino, Weekly Match Day broadcasts during the remainder of the Home and Away Season, and the 2022 Finals Series. Fraser Kerrins, The Apprenticeship Factory KDL league president, said that the decision to increase the partnership with One FM was an opportunity too good to refuse, especially coming out of a couple of really challenging years due to the pandemic. “The ability to showcase a Senior Football Match from

our competition each week, whilst also getting to promote our League and Clubs can only continue to benefit our League as a whole. One FM is an important asset to our local community, and we are happy to partner with them to provide content that is Live and Local,” said Fraser. This renewed partnership will see local football return to One FM for the first time in 2022, after a 30-year history of broadcasting local football competitions throughout the Goulburn Valley. The Apprenticeship Factory KDL and One FM and their partners say they continue to work on the development of a Livestream Broadcast offering for the future that will supplement, rather than replace, radio coverage.

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SPC is now recruiting for Production Operators and Forklift Operators across all shifts. The duration of each shift is 8 hours and can be up to 5 to 7 days a week. We are looking for casual employees who are available for an immediate start. Our shift times include: • Day Shift (7am – 3pm) • Afternoon Shift (3pm – 11pm) • Night Shift (11pm – 7am) To apply for work with SPC follow this link or scan the below QR Code https://secure.workforceready.com.au/ta/6162382.careers?CareersSearch As part of SPC’s recruitment and selection process you will be required to participate and successfully complete the following activities: • Drug & Alcohol Screening • Functional testing • SPC Induction For more information on SPC please visit www.spc.com.au or send your questions to people@spc.com.au

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SPC CASUAL PRODUCTION AND FORKLIFT OPERATOR ROLES

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MULTIPLE POSITIONS AVAILABLE Duty Manager/Bistro Supervisor/Manager Full-time Position

If you have a love for the hospitality industry & experience in managing venues, we want you! We are looking for a natural team leader, someone who demonstrates a can-do attitude, be a self-starter and work unsupervised or part of a team. Some of the duties include, but are not limited to: • Overall Responsibility including overseeing daily operations within the venue • Uphold a strong & positive team culture • Manage, train, support & communicate with the team in delivering excellent customer service & adhering to policies & procedures • Function Organisation Essential Criteria: • Must have RSA • Must have prior experience with leadership & management • Must have an established background in hospitality • Must be detail orientated & highly efficient • Must be flexible with hours including weekend & nights • A genuine passion for the industry Desirable Criteria: • A current Vic Gaming License (or willing to get one) and RSG

Wait/Bistro/Bar/Gaming/Function Staff Casual Positions

We are currently looking for energetic, inclusive & supportive food & beverage attendants to join us on a casual basis. This role is available on a 7 day rotating roster, there is an opportunity for increased ours and career development for the right candidate. The successful candidate will have evidence of their RSA, RSG & current Victorian Gaming license (or be willing to gain). Must be available nights & weekends. Apply by sending your resume to marg@gvpokies.com.au For further information please call Marg on 5821 9822

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ANKO large bags for storage new, 3 x 85cm x 54cm $2ea ph 0418104538 BACKBOARDS for Elkhornes many sizes can help with remounting the plants for you $20 ph 0408389247 BENDIGO POTTERY Sugar Canister excellent condition $25. Ph 5823 5645

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Classifieds Sales Consultant:

Part-time (min 30 hours per week) The Adviser has built a strong reputation as a leading community newspaper in regional Victoria, and we have two exciting positions available in our award-winning newspaper Sales team. Established in 1984, The Adviser continues to be the largest

circulating newspaper in the Goulburn Valley. We reach an estimated 60,000 readers in print and online every week and help achieve successful advertising campaigns for large and small businesses right throughout our region. To help us take The Adviser’s print and online sales to new heights, we are looking for two experienced sales professionals, one for our run of paper advertising and on-line advertising sales and a dynamic person to help maintain and grow our Classifieds Sales - these two exciting Sales positions are available immediately. • Do you enjoy building business relationships? • Do you have excellent verbal and written communication skills? • Do you enjoy working in a team environment? • Do you have a positive attitude?

• Do you genuinely enjoy helping people? • Do you enjoy sales success? • Do you have proven successful sales and or customer service experience? (Media sales not essential) If either position sounds like you and you are keen to join a great team of like-minded colleagues, we would love to meet you! The successful applicants must demonstrate excellent communication skills and have the ability to maintain your own list of existing clients as well as the drive and energy to source new business. An attractive salary package is available for the right person along with a special sales bonus structure and other benefits! Comprehensive training is also available. The hours for both positions are negotiable. Comprehensive training is available for the right candidates, an attractive salary package is available along with a special sales bonus structure and other benefits! The hours for both positions are negotiable. Sound interesting to you? Interviews are being conducted now so please email your application letter and CV to: melanie.spencer@ sheppartonadviser.com.au To find out more about The Adviser, go to www.sheppadviser.com.au

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PETS PET ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE:

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

CAREER

gmcu is a member owned credit union embedded in the Goulburn Valley and surrounds. If you are passionate about delivering high quality, customer focused service, love contributing to a team, and want to work for an organisation that is committed to our region and its communities, then we’d love to hear from you.

Shepparton Member Services Officer – (permanent full time – 38 hours per week)

The MSO is the front-line representative of gmcu. The role requires effective interaction with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders as well as the ability to contribute positively to a team environment. Duties include undertaking financial transactions, conducting needs-based conversations with members and potential members, and appropriately promoting banking and insurance products and services. For further information and to obtain a copy of the position description, please contact Stacey Weeks – Chief Human Resources Officer on (03) 5823 4107. Applications close 6 July and must include a cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria (as outlined in the position description) a current CV and can be emailed to recruitment@gmcu.com.au

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COMMENCEMENT: The Promotion will commence on Friday June 10th 2022 at 8:00am. CLOSING: Entries for the promotion will close on Sunday July 31st 2022 at 6:00pm. ENTRY: Entry is open to any person who makes a purchase from a participating trader to the value of $10 or greater. Participating traders will be identified by posters in store and by advertisements in “The Adviser”. Entry is by making a purchase to the value of $10 or more from a participating trader, Scan the entry QR code on the participating stores posters, fill in the form on-line and take a photo of your receipt, please include the date and amount spent in the photo and enter. Entries will not be valid without a photo of the receipt. A receipt can only be entered once, any entered multiple times will be void. Weekly winners will be digitally drawn at 4:00pm on Monday June 20th, 27th, July 4th, 11th and 18th 2022. All entries, including previous prize winners, will then be placed directly into the final draw on August 1st, 2022 for the Grand $5,000 Prize in the form of a GMCU debit card. Plus 8 x $500 consolation prizes will be drawn after the Grand prize from all the previous winning entries. Management and staff of participating traders are not eligible to enter this competition at their own participating businesses. Management and staff of The Adviser are not eligible to enter this competition. PRIZES: 6 x $500 prizes each will be drawn on Monday June 20th, 27th, July 4th, 11th and 18th 2022 at 4:00pm digitally at The Adviser, 38-40 Welsford Street, Shepparton. The Grand Prize of 1x $5,000, plus 8 x $500 consolation prizes will be drawn after the Grand prize from all the previous winning entries. This draw will be on Monday, August 1st, 2022 at 4:00pm digitally at The Adviser, 38-40 Welsford Street, Shepparton. Prizes will be provided in the form of a Goulburn Murray Credit Union (GMCU) Gift Card. In addition, three x $500 will be handed out to the business for the most number of entries from participating businesses who employ 1-4 people, 5-15 people and 16 or more employees. These $500 x 3 prizes will be provided by The Adviser to the winning businesses in the form of a cheque. TOTAL PRIZE POOL: Total prize pool is $25,500 and all of this must be won. UNCLAIMED PRIZES: If a winner does not claim their prize by Thursday, September 1st, 2022 the prize will be re-drawn at 9:00am on Wednesday, September 21st, 2022 at the offices of “The Adviser”, 38-40 Welsford Street, Shepparton, and the new winner will be notified in accordance with these conditions. Any unclaimed prizes will be published in “The AGE” newspaper on Wednesday, September 14th, 2022. NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS: Winners will be contacted by telephone as soon as the prizes are drawn. Names of $500 draw winners will be published in “The Adviser” on Wednesday, June 22nd, 29th, July 6th, 13th and 20th 2022. The name of the $5,000 GMCU debit card prize winner and 8 x $500 consolation prizes will be published in “The Adviser” on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022. Winners of any unclaimed prizes will be published in “The Adviser” on Wednesday, August 17th, 2022. PRIVACY: Information collected on entry forms will only be used to compile statistics on total value of purchases, total number of entries, total number of entrants and postcodes from various areas. No personal details will be recorded and all entry forms will be destroyed once statistics have been compiled and all prizes claimed. PROMOTER: The Trustee for GJ Adams Trust t/as The Shepparton Adviser, Newspaper House, 38-40 Welsford Street, Shepparton VIC 3630 ABN: 27 086 739 892

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WendyLovell LovellMP MP Wendy Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

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

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LEONARD BALFOUR

CHRIS BUZZA

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ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

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NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

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NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

WILL PHILLIPS

TRENT COLDWELL

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4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 4 W.C EAGLES 6 FREMANTLE

6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

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ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

TOP TIPSTERS 1. WILL PHILLIPS ................. 94

18. GARY HALLUM ................ 81

2. DARYL EMMETT ............. 91

19. JOEL COSTA..................... 81

3. JARROD HARRY ............. 90

20. ANGELO KAKOUROS .... 80

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CRAIG BRAMLEY

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4. CHRIS BUZZA .................. 90

21. TYSON SAUNDERS........ 80

Phone: 5821 1813

Phone: 5824 1122

Phone: 5831 1800

181 Maude St, Shepparton

112 Hogan St, Tatura

182 High St, Shepparton

5. KIERAN MOON ................ 89

22. TRENT COLDWELL......... 80

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Tatura Christmas Tatura ChristmasEssentials Essentials NO TIP

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6 BRISBANE LIONS 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON $ 99 6 FREMANTLE EA

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6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

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6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

KIERAN MOON

Riverside Plaza, Kialla

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NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

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Phone: 5820 2900

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TOTAL TOOLS

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4 GEELONG

4 WESTERN BULLDOGS

4 SYDNEY

6 ESSENDON

4 COLLINGWOOD

4 CARLTON

11. WENDY LOVELL .............. 86 WENDY LOVELL LIBERAL MEMBER FOR NORTHERN VICTORIA

112 HOGAN ST, TATURA

12. SEB MANGIAMELLI........ 86 DATA PARTS

4 ADELAIDE 4 PORT ADELAIDE

JARROD HARRY

Phone: 5858 5695

FURNITURE

INTERSPORT SHEPPARTON

13. MIKE TIMOTHEE ............. 85 LOAN MARKET

Phone: 5820 2900

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9. DANIEL STRUDWICK ..... 86

Crown Lager 375ml x 24 pack

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NIPPER HARVEY

BECC FISCHER

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6. PHILLIP LENON ............... 89

SAVE

FoodWorks supports the responsible service and consumption of alcohol. Persons under the age of 18 will not be served alcohol or tobacco. Offers available Wednesday 16th December - Tuesday 22nd December 2020. Unless sold out prior. Offers exclusive to FoodWorks Tatura.

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

HARVEY NORMAN ELECTRICAL

A&G CUSTOM FENCING

“When it really matters” ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

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BILL+BEATS

14. GEORGE WELLS .............. 85 TATURA HOT BREAD

Phone: 0438 354 524

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15. HANNAH MARK .............. 85 MONARCH PERSONNEL

16. STEVE SNELLING............ 84 SNELLING ENGINEERING

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON

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17. CRAIG BRAMLEY ............ 83 FOODWORKS

TSE ENERGY SOLUTIONS

DICKSONS REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING

23. ANDREW HODGES ........ 80 GOODFELLOWS CAR & TRUCK RENTALS

24. BECC FISCHER ................ 78

HARVEY NORMAN FURNITURE

25. VIC BOVALINO................. 78 VAB SALON

26. ROCKY GAGLIARDI ........ 77 GAGLIARDI SCOTT REAL ESTATE

27. JOEY CAMPANELLI ....... 76 MOOROOPNA HARDWARE

28. JOHN MOURMOURKIS76 FAIRLEYS SUPA IGA

29. JAMIE SPENCER............. 75 THE BOTTLE-O WAREHOUSE SHEPPARTON

30. RUSS POWELL ................ 75 SHEPPARTON GOLF CLUB

31. MICK O’ROURKE ............ 75 PEPPERMILL INN

32. LEONARD BALFOUR ..... 71 BALFOURS AIRPORT DIRECT

33. WILLIAM LASTARRIA ..... 65 CHAS COLE


MIKE TIMOTHEE

MICHAEL MILBURN

HANNAH MARK

Phone: 0438 372 280

Phone: 0425 286 636

Phone: 5831 5880

281 Wyndham St Shepparton

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7

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

279 Wyndham St Shepparton

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Phone: 5825 4660

Phone: 5823 1800

7 Mill St, Mooroopna

7900 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kialla

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

MICK O’ROURKE

JOEY CAMPANELLI

44 Wyndham St Shepparton

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

RUSS POWELL Phone: 5821 2717

1

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4

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GOLF CLUB TIMBER & BUILDING SUPPLIES

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4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 4 W.C EAGLES 6 FREMANTLE

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

STEVE SNELLING

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP NO TIP

Phone: 5831 2700

Phone: 0418 524 188

29 Telford Drive, Shepparton

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6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 6 G.W SYDNEY 6 G.C SUNS

GARY HALLUM

ANGELO KAKOUROS

Phone: 0439 982 223

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27 Hawkins St, Shepparton

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• STAINLESS STEEL, MILD STEEL & ALUMINIUM GENERAL FABRICATION • 3 METRE 110 TONNE CNC PRESS & 3 METRE NC GUILLOTINE • SPECIALISED PROJECT MANUFACTURE & ON-SITE INSTALLATION

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Steve Snelling ROUND 15 SELECTIONS MANAGING DIRECTOR

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 4 W.C EAGLES 6 FREMANTLE

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

steve@snellingengineering.com.au

GEORGE WELLS Phone: 5824 1267 130 Hogan St, Tatura

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Award Winning Bakery

•Cakes •Pies •Bread •Birthday Cakes

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

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4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 4 CARLTON

VIC BOVALINO

WENDY LOVELL

Phone: 0438 215 712

Phone: 5821 4588

Phone: 5821 6668

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6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 6 NTH MELBOURNE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

133 Maude St, Shepparton

5

222 Wyndham Street Shepparton

6

Wendy Lovell MP

Liberal Member for Northern Victoria Region

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4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 4 W.C EAGLES 6 FREMANTLE

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

previews R12 Football BENALLA V SEYMOUR

MOOROOPNA V ROCHESTER

Seymour will be looking to continue its winning form when it makes the short trip down the Hume Highway to tackle Benalla. The Lions have bounced back into final calculations after winning five games on the bounce. And, they have already beaten the Saints this year, so they feel confident they can do the double over them. Joshua Marchbank, James Martiniello, Luke Dunne, Tom O’Brien and Will O’Donoghue will be doing their best to take the contest up to the visiting Lions. In a boost for the Saints former Carlton and North Melbourne forward Jarrod Waite will line-up for his junior club today. Ben Rigoni, Seamus Feery, Nathan Beattie, Rory Scopel, Dylan Scopel and Todd Lawrence will be looking to continue the Saints woes in front of goal this winter where they have really struggled to kick any big scores. Tip: Seymour.

This match has taken on extra significance for both teams’ finals aspirations. Rochester comes into the contest off the back of a gritty win over Kyabram to ensure it retained its place in the top six. The Tigers are missing so many players from their best 21, but coach Steven Stroobants would have been proud of his boys’ effort last weekend to overcome the much more fancied Kyabram. He knows the team can’t rest on their laurels with Seymour ready to pounce if they slip up. Chris Jansen, Nathan McCarty, Mitch Bright, Jordy Harper and Dan Russell will be important players for the Tigers if they are going to backup their character-building win of last week. While the Cats will look to Ben Hicks, Jack Hunt, Liam Betson, Kydan Atkinson, Isaac Dowling and Chris Nield to ensure they get the win and stay inside the top three. Tip: Mooroopna.

MANSFIELD V SHEPPARTON UNITED

SHEPPARTON SWANS V ECHUCA

Mansfield will be desperate to return to the Shepparton Swans will welcome the challenge winners list and try to build on the block of wins of the all-conquering Echuca today. The coaching which has seen them sit in fourth spot behind group will tell its players to embrace the Mooroopna on percentage. The Eagles have challenge and not fear the enormity of the task. JAMIE DANIEL lost two of its past three games and coach Coach Andrew Riordan has been in good form, SPENCER STRUDWICK Chad Owens will be still having nightmares to leading from the front as has Bryden Squire. He Phone: Phone: 5831 3833 try understand how they lost to the Lions while went at 94 percent efficiency with his disposals 5821 6400 Corner of High St leading by 11 points with a minute to play. He in the win over United. Youngsters, Diesel Batey, 46-52 Benalla Rd, & St. Georges Rd, Shepparton Shepparton knows he can’t get that game back now. The Zac Banch and Kurtis Dixon continue to blossom 7 6 visitors will be looking to inflict more pain on the under the guidance of the Swans’ coaching home team and to do that they will need the likes group. Ruory Kirkby will take some stopping after of Sheldon Bogdan, Edward Adams, Kyle Clarke, he feasted on the Saints last weekend. He booted A ROUND 15 SELECTIONS Mitchell Trevaskis and Charlie Di Stefano to lead 10 goals in the 25-goal win. Jackson Stewart, ROUND 15 SELECTIONS • C a k e s • 4 MELBOURNE 6 RICHMOND 4 MELBOURNE 4 GEELONG the way. The Eagles will look to Tom McDonagh, Benjamin Reid, Andrew Walker and Jack McHale 4 WESTERN 4 SYDNEY 4 WESTERN 4 SYDNEY Dirk Koenen, Patrick Marks, Ross Brown, Tim will be looking to give him plenty of opportunities BULLDOGS BULLDOGS 4 ADELAIDE 4 ADELAIDE 6 ESSENDON Costigan and skipper Brett Mahoney to see them today to kick the Murray Bombers to another win. 6 ESSENDON 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 COLLINGWOOD 6 FREMANTLE 6 FREMANTLE return to the winners’ list. Tip: Mansfield. Tip: Echuca. 4 PORT ADELAIDE 4 PORT ADELAIDE

TYSON SAUNDERS 16 Sofra Drive, Shepparton

GOOD DAY FOR IT... Shepparton United V Shepparton Swans last week. Photo: Jo Spencer

NO TIP 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

ROUND 15 SELECTIONS

4 GEELONG 4 SYDNEY 6 NTH MELBOURNE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

4 MELBOURNE 4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 6 ESSENDON 6 FREMANTLE

6 RICHMOND 4 SYDNEY 4 ADELAIDE 4 COLLINGWOOD 4 PORT ADELAIDE

KYABRAM V TATURA

SHEPPARTON V EUROA

Kyabram will be looking to protect its hold on its place in the top six when it welcomes Tatura. The Dogs have really struggled in the past two weeks, scoring only two goals in their heavy losses to Euroa and Seymour. Coach Paul Kirby will be hoping to recall a few key players that have missed those losses and then hope the likes of Tom Sullivan, Chris Ryan, Comanche Walls, Michael Archer and Lincoln Wellington can help them take the game to the reigning premier. When the teams played on the opening day of the season, the Bombers struggled to shake off the Bulldogs. Tip: Kyabram.

Euroa will be shooting for a 10-straight win today when it takes on Shepparton at the home of football. The Bears have lost their past three games and coach Ted Lindon will be looking for small wins against the in-form Pies. Tyler Larkin, Jayden Dhosi, Jordan McGregor, Miles Rowlands and Anthony Andronaco will be important if the Bears are to be competitive and take up to the visitors. The visitors will look to Andrew Bell, Jacob Gleeson, Ben Giobbi, Erishmiilan Uthayakumar and Jack Hellier to continue their strong form to ensure another big win for the Pies. Tip: Euroa.

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6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 Bold 8.00 10 News First: Breakfast 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Aust 2.10 Ent. Tonight 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield

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7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Big Brother 9.00 The Front Bar 10.00 The Latest: Seven News 10.30 Unbelievable Moments Caught On Camera 11.30 Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell And Back 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News 5.30 Sunrise

6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Australian Ninja Warrior 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Afternoon News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 WIN News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior

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6.00 Morning Programs 12.00 BBC News At Ten 12.30 ABC World News Tonight With David Muir 1.00 PBS News 2.00 Dateline 2.30 Insight 3.35 The Cook Up 4.05 Tutankhamun: Life, Death And Legacy 5.05 Jeopardy! 5.30 Letters And Numbers

6.00 The Cook Up 6.30 News 7.35 Tony Robinson: WWII By Drone 8.30 Why Buildings Collapse 9.30 New York Super Airport 10.25 SBS News 10.55 Australia Come Fly With Me 12.00 Late Programs

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6.00 News 9.00 News 10.00 Aust Story 10.30 That Pacific Sports Show 11.00 Nigel Slater’s Middle East 12.00 News 1.00 Gruen 1.35 The Weekly 2.05 Mystery Road 3.05 Grand Designs NZ 3.55 Long Lost Family: What Happened Next

4.40 Tenable 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 ABC 90 Celebrate! 10.05 News 10.20 The Business 10.40 Meet The Penguins 11.40 The Hunt For Gaddafi’s Billions 1.10 There Goes Our Neighbourhood

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 Bold 8.00 10 News First: Breakfast 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Aust 2.10 Ent. Tonight 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News First 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 9.30 Off The Bench 10.00 To Be Advised 12.00 The Project 1.00 Stephen Colbert 2.00 Shopping 3.30 Infomercials 4.30 CBS Morning

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6.00 Seven News 7.00 Football. AFL. Round 16. Brisbane Lions v Western Bulldogs. 10.30 AFL Post-Game Show 11.00 The Latest: Seven News 11.30 Britain’s Got Talent 1.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News 5.30 Sunrise

6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Australian Ninja Warrior 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Afternoon News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 WIN News 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 Paramedics

9.30 New Amsterdam 10.30 The Equalizer 11.20 Nine News Late 11.50 Cold Case: New Leads Wanted 12.40 Tipping Point 1.30 TV Shop 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 TV Shop 4.00 Believer’s Voice Of Victory 4.30 ACA 5.00 News 5.30 Today

6.00 Morning Programs 12.00 BBC News At Ten 12.30 ABC World News Tonight With David Muir 1.00 PBS News 2.00 Saved By A Stranger 3.00 Where Are You Really From? 3.30 The Cook Up 4.00 Tour De France: The Legend 5.05 Jeopardy!

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FRIDAY

20 5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Gruen 8.40 The Weekly 9.10 You Can’t Ask That 9.40 Would I Lie To You? The Unseen Bits 10.15 News 10.30 The Business 10.45 Girl Like You 11.45 Parkinson In Australia

6.00 News 9.00 News 10.00 Diana 11.10 Kevin’s Grandest Designs 12.00 News 1.00 Miniseries: The Pale Horse 2.00 Good Karma Hospital 3.00 Grand Designs New Zealand 3.45 Think Tank 4.45 Tenable

5.30 Hard Quiz 6.00 The Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Farewell To Leigh Sales: A 7.30 Special 8.15 Agatha Raisin 9.35 Movie: The Child In Time (2017) Kelly Macdonald, Benedict Cumberbatch. 11.25 The Weekly 11.55 You Can’t Ask That 12.25 Rage

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 Bold 8.00 10 News First: Breakfast 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Living Room 2.00 Ent. Tonight 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News First 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 To Be Advised 9.30 The Graham Norton Show 10.30 Just For Laughs Uncut 11.30 The Project 12.30 Stephen Colbert 1.30 Shopping 4.30 Infomercials

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6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Movie: Charm Of Love (2020) Katrina Norman. 1.45 Garden Gurus Moments 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Afternoon News 4.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 WIN News 6.00 Nine News

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SATURDAY

2 6.00 News 9.00 News 10.00 Four Corners 11.00 The Australian Soul With Geraldine Doogue 12.00 News 12.30 Press Club 1.40 Media Watch 2.00 Mystery Road 3.05 Grand Designs NZ 3.55 Long Lost Family: What Happened Next 4.40 Tenable

6.00 Rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Rage 12.00 ABC News At Noon 12.30 Agatha Raisin 2.05 Midsomer Murders 3.35 The ABC Of: Ita Buttrose 4.05 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery: Marcia Hines 5.05 The Snail And The Whale

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3.00 What’s Up Down Under 3.30 All 4 Adventure 4.30 Farm To Fork 5.00 News 6.00 Wildlife Rescue Australia 7.00 The Dog House 9.00 Ambulance Australia 10.00 To Be Advised 11.00 My Life Is Murder 1.00 Shopping 3.30 Infomercials

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3.00 Australian Ninja Warrior 5.00 News 5.30 Getaway 6.00 News 7.00 ACA 7.30 Movie: Twister (1996) 9.45 Movie: Dante’s Peak (1997) 11.50 Labour Of Love 12.45 Tipping Point

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6.00 Mass 6.30 Turning Point With David Jeremiah 7.00 Joseph Prince 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 The Living Room 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday 12.00 MasterChef Australia 2.10 My Market Kitchen 2.30 Destination Dessert 3.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield

3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 Taste Of Australia With Hayden Quinn 5.00 10 News First 6.30 The Sunday Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 9.10 NCIS: Hawai’i 10.10 FBI 11.00 The Sunday Project 12.00 Shopping 2.30 Infomercials 4.30 CBS Morning

6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show: Weekend 11.00 House Of Wellness 12.00 Football. VFLW. Grand Final. 2.30 AFL Pre-Game Show 3.00 Football. AFL. Round 16. GWS Giants v Hawthorn. 6.00 Seven News 7.00 7NEWS Spotlight

8.00 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line 8.30 Movie: Wonder Woman (2017) Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright. 11.15 The Blacklist 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News 5.30 Sunrise

6.00 Arctic Vets 6.30 ACA 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 The AFL Sunday Footy Show 12.00 Sports Sunday 1.00 Drive TV 1.30 Driving Test 2.00 Children’s Hospital 3.00 Australian Ninja Warrior 5.00 News 5.30 Postcards 6.00 News 7.00 Australian

Ninja Warrior 9.00 60 Minutes 10.00 Nine News Late 10.30 The First 48 11.25 Accident, Suicide Or Murder 12.15 Unspeakable Crime: The Killing Of Jessica Chambers 1.05 Drive TV 1.30 TV Shop 4.00 Believer’s Voice Of Victory 4.30 Take Two 5.00 News

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3.30 Sportswoman 4.00 Small Business Secrets NAIDOC Special 4.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 2. Highlights. 5.30 Elvis And The USS Arizona 6.30 News 7.30 Napoleon: In The Name Of Art 9.30 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 3. 1.30 Late Programs

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7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story: Jumping The Gun Pt 2 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 India Now 10.05 ABC Late News 10.20 The Business 10.40 ABC 90 Celebrate! 12.45 Maralinga Tjarutja 1.40 Movie: Dark Place (2019) 2.55 Rage 4.25 The Drum 5.25 7.30

6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 Bold 8.00 10 News First: Breakfast 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Aust 2.40 Ent. Tonight 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful

5.00 10 News First 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Attention? 9.40 Celia Pacquola: Let Me Know How It All Works Out 11.10 The Project 12.10 Stephen Colbert 1.00 Shopping 2.30 Infomercials 3.00 Shopping 4.30 CBS Morning

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Mommy’s Little Princess (2019) Alicia Leigh Willis, Sarah Abbott, Kelly Whyte. 2.00 Highway Cops 2.30 Border Patrol 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia

6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Big Brother 9.00 9-1-1: Lone Star 11.00 The Latest: Seven News 11.30 The Blacklist 12.30 Home Shopping 5.00 Seven Early News 5.30 Sunrise

6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Morning News 12.00 Australian Ninja Warrior 2.00 Pointless 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Afternoon News 4.30 Hot Seat 5.30 News 6.00 News 7.00 ACA 7.30 Australian Ninja Warrior 9.40 Million

Dollar Murders 10.40 Nine News Late 11.10 Footy Classified 12.00 Manifest 12.50 Hello SA 1.15 9 Honey: Queen Elizabeth II 1.30 TV Shop 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 TV Shop 4.00 Believer’s Voice Of Victory 4.30 ACA 5.00 News 5.30 Today

6.00 Morning Programs 11.00 Cycling. Tour de France. Stage 3. Replay. 12.55 Al Jazeera News Hour 2.00 Off Country 3.00 Bamay 3.15 Wurundjeri Baggarrok 3.35 The Cook Up 4.05 Jeopardy! 4.30 Letters And Numbers 5.00 Cycling. Tour de

France. Stage 3. Highlights. 6.00 Mastermind Aust 6.30 News 7.30 Marilyn: Her Final Secret 8.30 Miniseries: True Colours 9.30 24 Hours In Emergency 10.25 SBS News 10.55 Black Sands 11.55 Agatha Christie’s Criminal Games 1.45 Late Programs

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6.00 The Talk 7.00 Judge Judy 7.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 8.00 10 News First: Breakfast 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Australia 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Farm To Fork 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen

4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 10 News First 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 The Cheap Seats 9.40 NCIS 11.40 The Project 12.40 Stephen Colbert 1.30 Shopping 3.30 Infomercials 4.30 CBS Morning

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GVL Netball Round 12 By Sam Saracino

BENALLA V SEYMOUR Benalla will be looking to test itself against the top of the table Seymour today. The Lions will be wary of taking Benalla lightly as on the day it is capable of an upset. The Saints were winners a fortnight ago against Shepparton and if they can replicate that form then they have a chance of pushing the visitors. Sarah Szczykulski and Grace Angel celebrated their milestones with a win last weekend. And if they can lead the way again and curb the influence the likes of Sally Washfold, Kelsey Pallpratt and Chloe Hill, then they should get the win. Tip: Seymour.

MANSFIELD V SHEPPARTON UNITED Mansfield faces a big challenge when it welcomes the in-form Shepparton United today. The Demons have been in some good form of late, with wins against Kyabram, Echuca and Shepparton Swans in recent weeks. That said, coach Kara Blizzard will be demanding the best from her girls and warning them against complacency. Bess Schnioffsky and Liv Kirby were standouts in the win over the Swans which allowed Jesse Barnes to make the most of her opportunities in the attacking third. If they can play well again, the Demons should win comfortably. Tip: Shepparton United.

KYABRAM V TATURA Kyabram will be hoping it can replicate the recent form of late despite not chalking up too many wins as a result when it takes on Tatura. The Bombers have improved this year

under coach Sara Kent. But they just don’t have the wins to show for it, but they haven’t already beaten Tatura in 2022. Tatura has not been able to replicate the form of 2021 where it finished in the top six when Covid-19 ended the year. Molly Kennedy led from the front last weekend in the loss to Euroa. Charlotte Thomas and Steph Gorrie were two other key contributors in the loss. If they can continue that form, then the Bulldogs will fancy their chances of a second win of the season. Tip: Kyabram.

MOOROOPNA V ROCHESTER Rochester will be desperate to keep its slim finals aspirations alive when it takes on the second placed Mooroopna. The Tigers scored their third win of the season when overcoming Kyabram in a one goal thriller. Bridgette Holt was the standout for the Tigers. If she can continue her good form and bring her team-mates on the journey, then the Tigers will feel confident of giving a good account of themselves. For mine, the Cats are playing too well to drop this game. Tip: Mooroopna.

SHEPPARTON SWANS V ECHUCA Shepparton Swans dropped out of the top six with its loss to Shepparton United last weekend. Coach Courtney Simpson knows if her girls want to figure in the September action then it needs to claim a big scalp. Today’s the chance to do that when they welcome Echuca. The visitors are in good form and are looking to consolidate their place in the top six. Hannah Garner, Klarindah Hudson and Sophie Atkinson will be important for the

LEAP OF FAITH...Shepparton United V Shepparton Swans. Photo: Jo Spencer

Swans if they want to turnaround their fortunes while Jacquie James, Greta Pearson and Claire Byrne will be looking to continue the form that saw them play key roles in the win over Benalla. Tip: Echuca.

SHEPPARTON V EUROA Shepparton will be looking to protect its hold on sixth place when it welcomes the in-form and improved Euroa outfit. The Bears climbed back into the top six on

percentage last weekend despite their defeat at the hands of Mooroopna. The Magpies were able to shake off the challenge of Tatura last week to consolidate its place inside the top six. Goaler Karly Wappett was a standout all day, dropping 45 of Euroa’s 57 goals. Kellie Davidson was judged best on the court while others to help Euroa across the line were Eliza Hoare and Bridget Hill. If these girls continue their good form, then should overcome the best of the Bears today. Tip: Euroa.

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