People, it appears, prefer myths, fantasy
More than a decade of listening, reading and learning has been in vain, it seems.
Sometimes the world ticks along like a well-oiled machine, everything slots into place, the cat sleeps all day and lets itself out and you can relax and eat smoked almonds and watch Netflix and forget about the Adani mine turning Australia into a sinkhole.
The proposed reforms to Shepparton’s secondary education present the single biggest change to our school system in our city’s history.
The start of work on a new radiation treatment centre for cancer patients in Shepparton is a milestone to be celebrated.
Whenever a long weekend rolls around so too does another Victoriawide police operation.
In recent weeks and months, The News has visited a number of smaller towns in our region to hear about what makes them tick.
Shepparton Foodshare’s record fundraising dinner on Wednesday evening is an extraordinary achievement, which shouts all the right things about the community in which we live.
This week I’ve been blowing dust off yellowing paper copies of my columns and trashing computer records of my interviews with charity fundraisers and textile artists.
Here we are again at the start of another public holiday and some things never change.
This sign tells us clearly how to get to Greater Shepparton’s Australian Botanic (not botanical) Gardens but where — after the recent couple of weeks — is our developing native botanic gardens itself headed?
The sale of SPC to a private equity firm represents both a sad end and a fresh start in the company’s centenary year.
Our imagination has been purloined, stolen, hijacked, misused and abused.
I had to feel for Brendon Bolton yesterday after news broke of the Carlton coach’s sacking.
There was much to applaud in this week’s state budget — free dental for public school students and the regional rollout of part-time kindergarten for three-year-olds being among the benefits to help many Shepparton families with young children.
A car has hit a house on the corner of Archer St and Stanley St at about 3.15 this afternoon. The vehicle left the road and travelled through a fence before coming to a hault. Police and CFA are on scene. The Archer St entrance to Stanley St is...
Coca-Cola Amatil has announced SPC will be sold for $40 million to Shepparton Partners Collective and its group of companies. Shepparton Partners Collective is a joint venture between Perma Funds Management and private investment firm The Eights...
The parking inspectors you have come to recognise across town are no more with Greater Shepparton City Council making the decision to outsource the service to a third-party provider.
Three more cars were found dumped and burnt out in Mooroopna and Kialla at the weekend - adding to the tally of more than 60 cars abandoned in the Shepparton district so far this year. Senior Constable Sarah Trewin said a car was reported dumped and...