Tatura ladder triumph
The Varapodio Family Italian Plate Day was a winner among the people of the Goulburn Valley.
Under the pen name of Tom Collins, Joseph Furphy wrote a number of books and articles, leaving his best known work Such is Life to continue his legacy known as the Joseph Furphy Commemorative Literary Prize.
Murchison’s John Ferguson wasn’t joking when he told Tatura Guardian journalist Madeleine Caccianiga ‘‘You haven’t seen it all yet’’ in response to her comment ‘‘you need a bigger garden’’.
Tatura residents and friends only have 10 more days before deadline to sign up for the Tatura Football Netball Club Christmas Day lunch where all are welcome to enjoy a traditional home-cooked roast dinner.
Boomerang Bags hit the streets of Tatura last Friday, taking over the town with their colourful fair and trendy upcycled fabric, to encourage people to forget about single-use plastic bags forever.
The sunshine brought out the crowds in Tatura last week for Storytime in the Park with Goulburn Valley Libraries’ ‘House and Home’ themed activity.
Tatura Primary School’s Leisure and Recreational Pursuits program kicked off on Friday, October 23 giving years 3 to 6 students the choice of 11 activities to participate in for the afternoon.
The Lions Club of Tatura spent the day at Sacred Heart School sharing valuable information with students on the Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF).
Greater Shepparton City Council is looking at a whole equestrian sport strategy to help guide future development and investment of council’s equestrian facilities.
Enjoy all country racing has to offer at the ‘Varapodio Family’ Italian Plate Day in the heartland of Victoria’s thoroughbred country in an intimate setting, with sweeping views of the racetrack.
Le Belle Arti members celebrated their last get-together for the year on Friday with Carols by Candlelight.
A prisoner of war camp near Murchison has fallen victim to neglect, decay and rubbish dumpers.
Transition Tatura celebrated Christmas early this year meeting at the Tatura Hotel for a meal to discuss the year that was and all to be thankful for.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
A crime scene has been established after a badly injured man was found in a vehicle in Mooroopna early this morning The vehicle was located at the intersection of Macisaac Rd and Norton Dr by a passer-by just before 5am. Police are investigating the...
Emergency services were called to an address in Euroa around 9pm last night after reports of a drowning. Police, ambulance and air ambulance attended the scene and treated a 15-month-old-girl. Unfortunately the girl could not be revived. Police will...