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Celebrating in style

Longevity runs in Edie Perry’s family.. The Nagambie centenarian turned 100 on September 21 last year, but due to ill health she was not able to attend the centenarians morning tea party at Government House.. As luck would have it, neither

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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Seymour woman charged over copper wire theft

A Seymour woman has been charged regarding the theft of copper wire.. The 43-year-old woman was arrested at the scene of the theft along the railway line in Heathcote Junction after her car became bogged about 8am on Saturday, September 16.. She was

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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Meeting demand

Victorian students are continuing to lose faith in the state’s training sector as enrolments continue to plummet, according to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research, but Seymour GOTAFE is bucking that trend.. Data released by

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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College has talent

The Seymour College Community Arts Centre came alive on August 25 and 26, with students performing in the annual Seymour College Has Talent show.. This year’s show saw 80 students from Foundation through to Year 12 and Inclusive Education

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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Kids Speak, September...

SSS work experience. Baking cakes, whipper-snippering, painting, wire lifting, washing chairs ... it’s all in a hard day’s work.. SSS students are going to Le Penelope’s, Kirwans Bridge for work experience every second Thursday

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
Sport

Teaming up to offer a...

Seymour Racing Club has paired with Seymour Toyota to offer members the chance to win a 2018 Toyota Yaris.. Renew or join as a member and you could be in the running to win the car valued at $16000 at the conclusion of the racing season.. One member

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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Time to party

Now that we have everyone busy making all sorts of things for The Great Seymour Show Off, we have something really special for Seymour.. The Agricultural and Pastoral Society is having a party — and everyone is invited.. We want to showcase

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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Copper fittings stolen from rural Tallarook property

Investigations are continuing into the theft of used copper fittings stolen from a shipping container on a rural property in Main Rd, Tallarook, between September 14 and the next day.. Investigators believe the offenders parked their car in nearby

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The Telegraph
Sep 21 2017
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V/Line proves to be on time, reliable

The latest V/Line performance figures show both punctuality and reliability improved on the Seymour line in August.. On-time performance was at 90.5 per cent last month, increasing almost four percentage points compared to July, to its highest level

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Property stolen from Northwood shed

Police are investigating a theft from a Northwood Rd, Northwood shed.. Thieves entered the property sometime between the afternoon of Thursday, September 14 and Friday afternoon.. Thieves stole a John Deere ride on lawn mower, along with other

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Soup kitchen to help...

The Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn and the Salvation Army have commenced a soup kitchen to cater for needy and homeless people in our community.. We invite those who would like a cup or two of lovely homemade soup and a bun to come along, enjoy some

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Champions trail...

One of the region’s newest tourist attractions is ready for visitors keen to get into the spirit of spring racing.. The Black Caviar Trail of Champions was officially launched on Thursday at Mitchelton Wines, one of the 25 touring sites along

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Letters to the editor

I am facilitator of a newly-formed group of Chittick Park user groups, local businesses and residents that want representation of their needs with Mitchell Shire Council regarding Chittick Park’s management.. We are called Friends of Chittick

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Men’s Shed to get new digs

They spend their spare time building and refurbishing items for the community. Now members of the Broadford Men’s Shed are getting a revamp of their own.. The shed has received $53814 to build new facilities thanks to grants from the Victorian

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Down and out Bears maul Lions in preliminary final

Seymour’s season came to a grinding halt on Sunday, defeated in the preliminary final by a whopping 67 points.. The Lions were well and truly in the contest against Shepparton up until quarter time — despite already trailing by 20 points

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Holidays jam-packed with fun

Whether you like to get active at the pool, crafty in the library or chill out and catch a movie at a youth room, Mitchell Shire Council has something for everyone these school holidays.. A range of activities are planned for all ages and interests

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Sharing craft skills

Due to popular demand, the Country Women’s Association’s Seymour Central branch has established a set evening for craft projects and everyone is invited to attend.. The branch will hold monthly craft sessions from 7pm at the Seymour and

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The Telegraph
Sep 20 2017
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Driver caught speeding...

Nagambie police got more than they bargained for when they intercepted a speeding motorist along the Heathcote-Nagambie Rd, Graytown on Sunday, September 17.. The driver, a 45-year-old Castlemaine local was checked travelling 135 km/h in a 100 km

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The Telegraph
Sep 19 2017
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Doesn't add up

It doesn't make sense in this amazing state that if you turn down your air conditioners and swelter in the heat and suffer in the summer, especially the elderly, you can save money.. I find it hard to believe if you turn off your air conditioner

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The Telegraph
Sep 18 2017
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