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Services stretched

At Lachlan Matthews’ lowest point he struggled to drag himself out of bed each day and wanted to end his own life. The 18-year-old has depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).. He was sexually abused, bullied about his

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Signs of the times

A new road sign has appeared on the Seymour-Avenel Rd, about 5km south of Mangalore.. Looks like the Mitchell Shire Council is now using text language instead of the Queen’s English.. I am guessing the sign should read ‘To Kookaburr

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Market attracts a crowd

It was a triple whammy.. Easter Sunday, April Fool’s Day and the end of daylight savings.. And it saw record crowds mill to the Tallarook Farmers Market.. Many stalls were sold out by 10.30am, with people travelling from as far as Melbourne

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Improving digital future

A newly funded plan is set to map out the Goulburn region’s specific digital needs and priorities.. The region is one of nine in regional Victoria set to benefit from more than $1million towards digital planning.. A plan will be created for

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Get your dancing shoes...

The Seymour Rock’n’Roll Club is having a party this Saturday night at the Mitchell Shire Hall, located at 113 High St, Broadford.. The band Jump’n’Jive will provide live music, with DJ Flash Gordon providing line dancing

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Visitors from sister...

Mitchell Shire is heading into the 27th year of its Sister City relationship with Honbetsu, Japan, and planning has begun for the forthcoming delegation of 10 students and two adults from the Japanese city in October this year.. Sister City

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The Telegraph
Apr 19 2018
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Intriguing show

As the old saying goes, nothing is surer in life than death and taxes.. And in an award-winning black comedy coming to Seymour the main character, John, has four choices — death by suicide, homicide, disease or misadventure.. Written by

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Gus McCubbing
Apr 19 2018
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Drought setting for disturbing read

The Dry: Jane Harper. Seemingly undeniable facts about a gruesome murder-suicide in a small country town have to be faced by an off-duty detective when he reluctantly returns to his birthplace for the funeral of a childhood friend, his wife and

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The Telegraph
Apr 18 2018
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Golf washed out on Saturday at most rinks

Seymour. The women had a casual two-person Ambrose on nine holes on Wednesday followed by a light lunch, as has become the tradition on the day before the club hosts its bowl day.. They played bottom nine holes and Dilva Grattan and Shirley Wright

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The Telegraph
Apr 18 2018
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Hooked on $500,000

Nagambie has really caught the big one — Australia’s largest and richest freshwater fishing competition.. The $500,000 GoFish Nagambie catch-measure-and-release competition will be capped at 5000 anglers and starts on Anzac Day 2019 and

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Gus McCubbing
Apr 18 2018
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Gift Card jackpot

A wildly unpredictable football season has not helped The Telegraph give away the weekly $100 Gift Card prize this season.. So our jackpot has now reached an amazing $500.. Tipsters have to grab a copy of this week’s coupon and place their

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The Telegraph
Apr 18 2018
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Musician turns 90

Jack Beovich, ‘‘much loved’’ trumpet and trombone player in Mitchell Shire Concert Band turned 90 on Monday.. The band celebrated Jack’s big birthday on Thursday.. Mr Beovich said the band is like a second family to

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The Telegraph
Apr 18 2018
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There’s an art to...

When it comes to chasing Australia’s most legendary fish there is more to eat than meets the eye.. GoFish Nagambie ambassador Rhys Creed said in terms of catching the Murray cod, which regularly reaches as much as 100cm in length, anglers can

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Gus McCubbing
Apr 18 2018
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Women meet to network

The Australian Local Government Women’s Association (ALGWA) North East Network recently held oa triannual meeting at Strathbogie Shire Council Chambers.. The group get together to network, share ideas, achievements and learnings with one

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The Telegraph
Apr 18 2018
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Growing each year

For Tony Lee, president of Seymour Returned and Services League sub branch, the week leading up to Anzac Day is a chaotic but rewarding time.. Seymour’s Dawn Service parade will officially begin at the RSL Hall at 5.45am before arriving at the

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Gus McCubbing
Apr 18 2018
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Funding promise

Kings Park will receive funding for a major upgrade if the Liberals Nationals Coalition is elected in November, according to Member for Euroa Steph Ryan.. Ms Ryan and Shadow Sport Minister Danny O’Brien announced an election commitment of

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The Telegraph
Apr 17 2018
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Life member turns 90

Jack Beovich, ‘‘much loved’’ trumpet and trombone player in Mitchell Shire Concert Band turned 90 on Monday. The band celebrated Jack’s big birthday on Thursday. Mr Beovich said the band was like a second family to him

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The Telegraph
Apr 17 2018
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Seymour seniors

Seymour. The next lunch is Monday at 12.30pm — to book phone Elsa on 0484244561 by Friday.. If you wish to go on the next coach trip on April 26 to Woop Woop, phone Trish Wray on 0425811158 to book. Cost of $20 includes morning tea with

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The Telegraph
Apr 14 2018
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National news

Flu funding. Goulburn Valley Health will receive $460000 to help combat flu this winter, as part of the Victorian Government’s $50million boost to emergency departments across the state.. State Member for Northern Victoria Mark Gepp announced

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The Telegraph
Apr 14 2018
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