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Special night for debutantes

The Anglican Parish of Central Goulburn’s 2017 Debutante Ball on Friday, June 16 at St Mary’s College hall, Seymour saw 20 debs and their partners make their debut.. The Deb set came from across the district to train for the ball, and

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The Telegraph
Jun 23 2017
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Truck driver charged

Seymour police intercepted a B-double truck driver for allegedly drink driving on the Hume Fwy near Seymour on Saturday night.. It’s believed police received reports of erratic driving by the B-double driver on the northbound lanes of the

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The Telegraph
Jun 23 2017
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Have your say on environment

If Mitchell Shire’s natural environment matters to you, now is the time let council know what you value most and what needs improving.. Council’s Environment Survey is now open, gathering information about how important environmental

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Fun afternoon session at U3A

Seymour and District U3A held an afternoon session for those enrolling for the second semester, starting in July.. The afternoon was turned into a great social event with afternoon tea and a musical presentation, while the U3A instrumental group

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Police kept busy with...

It’s been a busy week for police at Seymour this week, with numerous thefts, damages and other offences being reported.. ●A man in Highlands Rd has reported his trailer was stolen from his front yard.. The man, who was home at the time but

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Plenty of activities

St Joseph’s students celebrated Catholic Education Week in the Sandhurst Diocese.. The students enjoyed being in their buddy groups, which is where all class levels meld together in small groups and complete some activities.. There were three

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Scott Egan wins...

It’s not every day a local family receives news that one of their members has been awarded an honour from the Queen, but Tabilk’s Peter and Robyn Egan were delighted with the news that their son Scott was awarded a Conspicuous Service

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Roads are in dire straits

It seems to be not only Mitchell Shire that is ramping up the support for a greater funding input for the region’s roads.. With a clear indication that greater Victorian Government support is needed to help council’s maintain and upgrade

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The Telegraph
Jun 22 2017
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Holiday fun on a budget

A full schedule of activities is on offer these school holidays that will not hurt the hip pocket.. There are dozens of free or low-cost activities at Mitchell Shire Council’s libraries, leisure centres and youth rooms to keep children and

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
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Men learn about elders abuse

The Seymour Men’s Shed hosted a gathering of members from Seymour, Broadford and Kilmore to hear Seniors’ Rights Victoria community education co-ordinator Gary Fergusson talk about elders abuse and enduring power of attorney.. The

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
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Gourmet event

Strathbogie Shire Council had a successful weekend at Melbourne’s Good Food and Wine Show from June 2 to 4, promoting the region’s fantastic food and wineries.. The show is the largest, longest-running and most distinguished consumer

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
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RDA needs a hand

If you can spare a day a fortnight during school term to help children develop all kinds of skills at Riding for the Disabled Seymour, the group would love to hear from you.. It’s a case of the more the merrier in terms of volunteers &mdash

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
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Vinnies moves into new...

Loyal Vinnies volunteers, dignitaries and guests gathered for the blessing of the brand new Vinnies shop on Wallis St, Seymour.. The now retired but highly respected Monsignor Anthony Toms spoke at the ceremony before blessing the new shop

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Lewis Fischer
Jun 21 2017
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Students beat ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ germs to dance

A few weeks ago, Christine and I were invited to St Mary’s College in Seymour to instruct about 35 Year 8 students on how to rock ’n’ roll as part of their PE alternative activities program.. To say this was challenging is probably

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The Telegraph
Jun 21 2017
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Club celebrates successful eras

Seymour Football Netball Club will celebrate 10 years since its 2007 senior and thirds football premierships, and 30 years since its A-grade and B-grade netball premierships on June 24.. All past and present players, staff, officials and supporters

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The Telegraph
Jun 17 2017
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Time for annual flu shot

Member for Murray Damian Drum has issued a timely reminder to residents of the importance of getting a flu vaccination.. Mr Drum says having his flu shot recently highlighted the value of these services within the community.. ‘‘This

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The Telegraph
Jun 16 2017
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Nagambie to get...

Changes are afoot in Nagambie.. The old Nagambie Bargains discount shop, next to Nagambie Lakes Entertainment Centre (old Valley Hotel), and the historic 1870s Police Camp building are no longer there.. Many people may not agree with the Strathbogie

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The Telegraph
Jun 16 2017
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Increase in national...

Workers across the region will benefit from the Fair Work Commission’s decision to boost the minimum wage and all award wages.. The commission has awarded a 3.3 per cent increase in the national minimum wage to $694.90 per week, or $18.29 an

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The Telegraph
Jun 16 2017
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Better access

Strathbogie Shire’s agriculture sector will be getting goods to market more quickly.. Thanks to its Local Roads to Market program, the Victorian Government will contribute $500000 towards the cost of upgrading the intersection of the

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The Telegraph
Jun 16 2017
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