Secret Garden Gig Shindig heads to Dookie
The Secret Garden Gig Shindig, Dookie, Saturday
Dozens of people gathered at Shepparton Visitor Information Centre on Monday for the unveiling of the 2020 Shepparton Festival program guide. The theme for the festival, to be held in March, was announced as ‘Evolve’, which is designed...
There was gloomy weather as far as the eye could see in the Winton Wetlands recently
Vicki Reidy snapped these photographs during a storm at Nagambie recently. Ms Reidy said the clouds caught her eye while driving down High St after arriving home from holidays. “I have never seen clouds like that before, so red and fiery,” she...
The start to September has brought weather from all seasons including sunshine, warm winds, rain and even hail. The News asked readers to submit their best weather shots. Take a look at what they sent through.
Susan Dowsett snapped this sunset shot on Father’s Day in Katamatite
This week we asked our community to send us photos of their loveable pooches in celebration of International Dog Day.
Rene Martens was having a “fairy uninteresting” drive to work on Monday but just had to take a snap of the beautiful flowering canola fields at Cosgrove South.
On Wednesday, August 14, foundation students from Tatura Primary School celebrated 100 days of school. Children enjoyed dressing up as 100-year-old people and participating in fun activities. We saw some lovely wigs, glasses, walking sticks, woollen jumpers, long skirts, beads, trousers and hats. The day started off with a parade and parents/carers enjoyed watching happy faces as students and teachers showed off their creative costumes. Students then rotated throughout the day to decorate a ‘100 Days Smarter’ headband, create an old-person collage using modelling clay and participate in play-based activities relating to the number 100. Foundation students enjoyed eating delicious cakes to mark the occasion. A special mention and thank you to Tracy Fitzpatrick for making an amazing 100 Days cake and to Simone Dunne for supplying scrumptious theme-based cupcakes. A big thank you to our foundation families for the effort they put in to organising costumes. It was a terrific day enjoyed by all.
Victoria turned into a winter wonderland over the weekend with heavy snow falling across the state.
Rene Martens snapped these pictures on his travels across the region during the week. Some of the pictures show the countryside surrounding Nalinga, while the others capture the reflections from a Shepparton East channel. The photos show the beautiful scenery we have across our area.
Debbie Curtis captured an early morning golden glow from her home in Ardmon
Melissa Portingale snapped this photo not long after the sun rose in Tungamah
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.
Shepparton Police are appealing for information in regard to a serious assault which took place early Sunday morning on the corner of Wyndham and Fryers Sts.