From high school to the UN Youth Summit
Seize the day and go for it - even as far as Dubai.
Murchison Meteorite’s 50th Anniversary
A day of men’s discussion groups and leadership programs aimed at tackling family violence issues is to be held in Shepparton next week.
If you have ever wondered what an ankus is, or wanted to handle some Aboriginal bush toys, Shepparton Library can offer you the chance.
A Shepparton teenager is calling on others to join her in a school strike to demand action on climate change.
Richmond footy fans can rest easy in the lead-up to the AFL finals after a hand-made bedspread ordered by a Tigers fan was never claimed.
The latest Shepparton Art Museum exhibition is really two shows in one.
Nothing is for sure on the journey towards birth. When a Euroa couple were told their unborn baby had half a heart, their world changed for ever and they were faced with a terrible life or death decision. John Lewis reports.
People will be dancing to their cars, says the director of Goulburn Valley youth theatre company Initial Stages’ production of the musical Fame which opens next month.
Music lovers will be treated to a Spanish-influenced recital on piano and guitar by two viruoso performers in Shepparton next month.
The story of a Shepparton woman who grew up on an orchard as the daughter of Albanian migrants is being told in a new Museums Victoria collection.
Charity Christmas dinner organisers were given a boost this week when motorcyclists handed over cheques totalling $5000.
The Shepparton-based Fairley Leadership Program has welcomed its 11th program facilitator in the organisation’s 23-year history.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra returns to Shepparton next month for two concerts ahead of a much-anticipated performance at New York’s iconic Carnergie Hall.
Congupna residents are being invited to contribute to the Greater Shepparton City Council’s draft Congupna Framework Plan which is open for comments from September 19 to October 10.
Every town needs a place for its dreamers, mavericks, renegades and fringe-dwellers. For more than 130 years, the historic Kialla Village Settlement has been a retreat from the encroaching urban world for some, and a forgotten place of flood-prone bushland for others. Now, Greater Shepparton City Council aims to protect the history of the place with a heritage overlay and at the same time enforce building and safety regulations on existing structures. John Lewis talked to current and former residents about what makes the place special.
Stan Watt is a lifelong Mooroopna resident whose family name is now preserved in local history and geography as Watt Rd. At 92 years old, Stan is still an active Rotarian, Freemason and Justice Of The Peace. Here, he talks to John Lewis about his early life on the Kialla Village Settlement along the Goulburn River between Shepparton and Mooroopna.
Residents in this place of sand hills, gum trees and abandoned buildings are feeling confused and uncertain about their future after receiving letters from Greater Shepparton City Council informing them Kialla Village Settlement is being considered for inclusion in a Heritage Overlay.