Ashlea Witoslawski

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At the end of last year, I made the decision to look for a rural job. With no where in mind, I was excited to see where I would end up. I had always been from the city and grew up in the same place my whole life, so when I had the opportunity to come to Shepp , I was ready to give it a go. There was a few things that have stumped me along the way, and you can ready about them here.

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Cafe undergoes change

Chris Reisner was looking for a change when he came across The Butter Factory Cafe´ in Shepparton.. Working as the manager of the Aussie Hotel for the past 31⁄2 years, Mr Reisner took a chance to venture into something new.. After buying

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 22 2018
News

Appreciation fuels studies

Growing up on a small sheep farm in Wahring, Marianne Haines has an appreciation for the environment and an understanding of sustainability for the future.. After completing a Bachelor of biological science, majoring in microbiology and biochemisty

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 21 2018
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Family-friendly precinct

Greater Shepparton City Council wants residents to help create a new family precinct at the northern end of Victoria Park Lake.. The area, near the skate park, will replace the existing playground and include equipment for toddlers, primary

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 21 2018
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Fighting the ‘fairness’ of fine

A simple grocery trip has become a battle of fairness for retired Girgarre farmer Graeme Osborne.. Mr Osborne, 76, travelled to Shepparton with his son on February 1 to do some shopping.. He found a disability parking spot out the front of Coles on

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 21 2018
Education

Entrance a bit more welcoming

Students, parents and teachers came together yesterday to celebrate Wilmot Rd Primary School’s new entrance.. Designed as a light and welcoming space, the building includes new offices, a sick bay, staff toilets, an entrance and balcony.. The

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 20 2018
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All revved up

Revheads and motoring enthusiast will be treated to a day of fun at the Shepparton Motor Museum Annual Motor Show.. Entering its sixth year, the event at Emerald Bank, Kialla, will play host to a range of activities and entertainment for the whole

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 10 2018
Education

Safety focus

More than 100 students from Shepparton’s Gowrie St Primary School hit the pool yesterday to learn more about water safety.. Students from various year levels took part in Life Saving Victoria’s Open Water Learning Experience to ensure

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 09 2018
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Nathalia artist lauded for focusing on Big Picture

In our beautiful world, often shadowed by fear and terror, artist William Kelly has decided it is time to change the dialogue.. As a respected humanist artist, the Nathalia resident was inspired by personal experience to create his three-story

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 08 2018
Education

Pushing aside negativity

Shepparton ACE College students took part in a smoking ceremony to start the school year.. The indigenous ceremony involves burning native plants to create smoke, as a way to rid an individual of negativity.. Students each received a small

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 06 2018
Entertainment

BeHolden to a classic show

The age-old rivalry between Ford and Holden lives on with the inaugural Legends of the Mountain in Kyabram this month.. After a lot of deliberations, Colin Crane and Chris and Sheryl Hatch decided to make the event for revheads and classic car

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 06 2018
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Trucks roll in

As food trucks continue to draw crowds to Victoria Park Lake this weekend, support for local business continues to be questioned.. Predicted to attract 15000 attendees over the four-day Shepparton Food Truck Carnival event, concerns have been raised

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 03 2018
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All aboard, game on

Gaming enthusiasts will descend on Shepparton in July to take part in one of the Goulburn Valley’s largest boardgame events.. ShepparCon is an annual event hosted by the Goulburn Valley Gamers Guild.. People with all skill levels come together

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 03 2018
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South Shepparton Community Centre has something for all

For more than 30 years, South Shepparton Community Centre has provided a welcoming environment for people of all ages. From humble beginnings as a drop-in centre, the house has blossomed into a vibrant place visited by about 600 people a month.. The

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 02 2018
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Embraced Aphrodite

Dressed from head to toe in gems and feathers, Sean Glasson took to the stage for this year’s Miss Gay Australia International.. Performing as Ashley Maddison, Mr Glasson was delighted to finish first runner-up in the beauty pageant at St

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 02 2018
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Protecting paramedics paramount

PROTECTING PARAMEDICS PARAMOUNT. Hume group manager John Morris says protecting paramedics across the region is paramount for Ambulance Victoria.. ‘‘The occupation and violence side of things is a big focus in our workforce these days

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 02 2018
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Giving care quicker

Greater Shepparton residents can feel comforted by continued improvement in ambulance response times for the region.. State Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp released its latest Victorian Health Services and Ambulance Victoria performance dat

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Feb 02 2018
Education

Ringing endorsement

The first day of school has been a long time coming for Sophie Pritchard, who gets into her uniform every day and eagerly looks over her Year 6 buddy’s welcome card from orientation day last year.. At Grahamvale Primary School in Shepparton

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Jan 31 2018
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Campaign focuses on the positive images

Seven months ago, Shepparton Elite Pole Dance and Fitness owner Melissa Blair realised the importance of positive body image and how to a role model for the community.. When her daughter Eliza was born, Mrs Blair became aware of how negative body

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Jan 31 2018
Education

Foundation students eager to start school

The school year could not start soon enough for St George’s Rd Primary School’s newest twins.. Zahar and Hussain Al Khateeb, 5, have been waiting for today since transition day last year, when an eager Zahar wore her new school dress

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Jan 30 2018
Education

Mandarin and science rules

Hidden among an abundance of tall, overhanging gums, you will find a quaint school filled with laughter and happiness.. Although Currawa Primary School only has 10 students, this family-orientated learning environment offers its pupils an

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Ashlea Witoslawski
Jan 29 2018
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