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RSL cash for CFA units

On Wednesday evening, the Seymour RSL Social Club provided a booster shot for several local CFA units.. President Max Hammond presented the Trawool, Whiteheads Creek-Tarcombe, Tallarook and Hilldene CFA captains with a $500 cheque each to assist

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The Telegraph
Jun 20 2018
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Business achievements awarded

Rotary’s Seymour Business Awards 2018 gala dinner was attended by 98 people and ultimately saw six winners from a pool of 24 finalists.. The winners were:. ●New Business of the Year Award: Bespoke Hairdressing.. ●Service Business

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The Telegraph
Jun 20 2018
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Seymour district debs have a ball

Twenty-one debutantes and their partners from Seymour and surrounding towns were recently presented to Archdeacon Clarence Bester of the Anglican Diocese of Wangaratta.. Moira Maher and Bernie Gray had organised the St Mary’s Debutante Ball

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The Telegraph
Jun 20 2018
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Vale, Jack Ford

Jack Ford has left an indelible mark on Seymour.. A veteran who served in Papua New Guinea throughout the Second World War, Mr Ford will be remembered as a ‘‘happy-go-lucky’’ man who ran a Seymour business for decades and

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Gus McCubbing
Jun 20 2018
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Seymour debs have a...

Twenty-one debutantes and their partners from Seymour and surrounding towns were recently presented to Archdeacon Clarence Bester of the Anglican Diocese of Wangaratta. Fr Bester, along with wife Michelle, Moira Maher and Bernie Gray, have organised

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The Telegraph
Jun 19 2018
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Seymour seniors

Seymour. The next lunch is on Monday at 12.30pm; bookings to Bernie, phone 0400533197.. Bus trips coming up include to Millionaire Hot Seat on Monday, June 25 at a cost of $20, departing Seymour 9.30am with seats still available.. Non-members

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The Telegraph
Jun 15 2018
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TOWN awards

Ten members of the Nagambie Take Off Weight Naturally club attended the State TOWN awards dinner on June 2 at Melrose Receptions in Tullamarine.. Nagambie members strive to lose weight on a regular basis and each week at their meetings they

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Morning tunes

The Anglican Parish of Central Goulburn Mother’s Union (MU) will hold a ‘Morning Melodies’ function to raise funds for their Overseas and Northern Outreach project tomorrow at the Christ Church hall in Seymour from 10am.. Members

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Lack of services

Mitchell Shire Mayor Rhonda Sanderson met with Ministers and Shadow Ministers last week for a series of discussions about the lack of services and infrastructure for people living on Melbourne’s fringe.. Representatives from Melbourne’s

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Managing the environment

Improvements to bushland reserves and raising awareness about sustainability are among projects being carried out by Council’s environment team, which are heavily reflected in a recent community survey, according to Mitchell Shire Mayor Rhond

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Community safety forum

Mitchell Shire in partnership with local police will host a community safety forum on June 19 at the Community Place, Chittick Park.. The forum will cover community safety topics including theft of and theft from motor cars, road safety, family

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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A war against hunger

Seymour residents can help wage a war against hunger this winter by joining local efforts in raising funds to deliver meals to people in need.. With as many as one in eight Australians living below the poverty line, shoppers can show their support

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Help to preserve our...

What are the local stories that are part of your town’s character?. Maybe it is related to local heritage, primary industries or examples of camaraderie in the face of adversity?. How do you think arts and cultural activities in the

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The Telegraph
Jun 14 2018
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Better training about epilepsy

The staff of Goulburn Options Disability Services have been invited to pilot a new Australian training course for workers in the disability sector.. The training package for disability support workers was launched by Epilepsy Action Australia in

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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An opportunity to adopt a greyhound

Victoria’s Greyhound Adoption Program (GAP) will once again host a two-day adoption event at its Seymour kennels this week.. GAP held an extended adoption event in January which drew about 1000 people and found new homes for 104 greyhounds

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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Why the petrol rip-off?

After reading the front page of the Herald Sun on June 6, Great Fuel Sheik Down, I thought I would share my experiences on one of the many sea-going vessels I worked on for more than 20 years.. The ship was called the Robert Miller, and was one of

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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Discussing death with...

An upcoming event in Shepparton will create a safe space for families and their loved ones to discuss getting old and plans for their final days.. Targeting the elderly, their families and carers, Unspoken: What will become of me? is an interactive

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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Book review

Black Dog Daze: Public Life, Private Demons. — Andrew Robb. In adult life the author became a victim of depression which manifested itself in the morning hours, leaving him feeling unable to cope with anybody or anything. Then eventually the

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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Reliable rail travel

Latest V/Line figures show reliability on the Shepparton rail line remains strong, with 99.5 per cent of scheduled services being delivered last month.. The latest data showed 203 of the scheduled 204 Shepparton line services were delivered

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The Telegraph
Jun 13 2018
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