Kids show Christian spirit for Christmas
A Year 2 student’s desire to help the homeless at Christmas has grown 15-fold with yesterday’s donation of hundreds of items to the Salvation Army.
Students at Wanganui Park Secondary College in Shepparton have shown their support for a pilot program aimed at addressing social isolation in senior citizens.
Well-known Shepparton writer Eileen Torney has released a book with several pieces of work from over the years.
Nothing says community like a big Christmas lunch open to all.
Shepparton community radio station OneFM wrapped up the year with an inaugural awards ceremony.
A Shepparton Riding for the Disabled horse had a rider of a different kind recently.
A group of thoughtful Samaritans, known as the Chocolate Elf, are spreading Christmas cheer to those in need this festive season.
Mercy Place Shepparton lifestyle co-ordinator Nicole Florance has received a Mercy Living Our Values Award at the company’s leadership summit last month.
At 93, Shepparton’s Jack Bettiol believes he knows the secret to a good wine.
A walking program trial two schools participated in resulted in an increase, of more than a third, of walks to school.
Youth mental health organisation headspace is looking for new members aged 16 to 25 to join its Youth Advisory Council.
Read a book with a one word title or read an information book.
A Kaarimba gardening club has celebrated its 21st birthday in style.
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.
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.
Due to heavy rainfall and resulting flood waters, roads across the region are closed with motorists and residents urged to take care in this treacherous weather. More than 50 mm has fell in the last 24 hours with more rain forecasted. Motorists...
Two Shepparton taxi operators are considering joining what could become the largest civil litigation case in Australian history launched against multi-national transport business Uber.