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Goulburn Options and Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE are teaming up to provide vital disability training in Seymour.
Seymour College presented a number of awards to students at the end of the year, recognising students in different areas.
Strathbogie Shire Evolve Youth Committee celebrated a year of fun, learning and achievements at their recent annual Youth Showcase event.
If shaping and prioritising future government investment in Seymour sparks your interest, the new Seymour Revitalisation Community Working Group is a perfect opportunity.
Budding artists are busy recording their original work at the Mitchell Youth Services’ Pop-Up Recording Studios.
Strathbogie Shire Council has selected Omera Partners to aid them in replacing outgoing chief executive Steve Crawcour who announced he will not be reapplying for his position at the conclusion of his contract in November.
Take a ride on a heritage train to Geelong and enjoy a day out at the Pako Festa.
Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes visited Blue Tongue Berries in Seymour on Friday.
District fishing enthusiasts are being encouraged to apply for the 2018-19 Recreational Fishing Grants Program.
Water Safety Victoria has focussed its water safety message on the at-risk groups of toddlers, older people and some men.
Locals still love their local newspapers. Facebook, twitter and emails, mobile phones, iPads and such can relay lots of information but the ‘local’ is still tops.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.