Winter all bite and no thrill
Well, it is winter after all — that is what I keep telling myself when trip after trip I have planned to go fishing gets called off due to wind, rain, the cold or a combination of all three.
At the start of the year, Jessica Hay set herself a goal of competing in a running event every month.
After sitting vacant for a number of months, the Wunghnu Cafe is back and open for business.
Growing up under a flight path, Lucy Simkin always knew aviation would be in her future.
Former Shepparton resident Cassi Tormey has left her mark on the Australian tourism industry.
While Christmas has come and gone, it seems festive cheer is still being spread around the world.
Residents at Rodney Park Retirement Village in Mooroopna enjoyed a morning of song yesterday.
Baby Rivah Tiya Johnson has made it home after 130 days in the neonatal intensive care unit and has beaten the odds by not needing to be on oxygen.
With flags, couches and a hanging disco ball, the Nightingale family’s shed has become a popular venue for kicking back.
Shepparton’s Kaiela Arts has been an attraction for visiting Japanese students.
Alana Baldi has been recognised as the Victorian Disability Sport and Recreation Awards Volunteer of the Year for the second year running.
There are many new experiences first-time mothers face, with perhaps none quite so daunting as breastfeeding.
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
Have you ever walked home after 11.30pm with some unopened tinnies in your bag?
The Shepparton South Sudanese community is heartbroken following the death of former Shepparton resident Laa Chol in Melbourne last week.