Tatura Guardian
News

Avenue finished

Merrigum’s Avenue of Honour, planted two years ago, was beautified and completed last week ahead of the township’s Anzac Day celebrations.. The Bunnings Community Project saw staff members from Bunnings stores in Shepparton, Echuca, Epsom and

by
Tara Whitsed
Apr 25 2017
News

Good time to remember Jesus died for all

It is never a good idea to defend Hitler.. Sean Spicer, United States President Donald Trump’s press secretary, in trying to demonise Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over the deadly gas attack near Homs, somehow found himself defending Hitler

by
Tatura Guardian
Apr 21 2017
News

Black spot plea

Greater Shepparton City Council has called for community input to help to identify mobile black spot areas located within the municipality.. A spokesperson from the council said it would make an application on behalf of the region to the Federal

by
Tatura Guardian
Apr 21 2017
Load more
Rural News
Livestock

Strong sale results

Reiland Angus achieved 100 per cent clearance at its autumn bull sale last week in Tumut, seeing 65 bulls sold, with two bulls selling for a top price of $18000 each.. The sale drew more than 45 buyers from across the Riverina, NSW southern slopes

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Livestock

Wool fair returns

The annual Strong Wool Sheep and Wool Fair will celebrate its 30th anniversary at the Benalla Showgrounds on May 7.. Started in 1988 by the late Rob Hull, a prominent Romney sheep breeder, the show is run by the Strong Wool Breeders Association and

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Dairy

Gold for Cobram

Victorian milk factories have been rewarded with gold and silver medals at the recent Sydney Royal Dairy and Produce Show.. One of the products made at Murray Goulburn Co-operative’s Cobram factory has been awarded a gold medal.. Marketed by Coles

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Cropping

Race against the clock to beat cereal pest

Less than a year after Russian wheat aphid was first detected in Australian cereal crops, considerable new knowledge is emerging from research started in the wake of the pest’s discovery.. Now present in parts of South Australia, Victori

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Dairy

Kyabram calf deaths investigated

Police are continuing to investigate a suspicious fire and the death of 20 calves that occurred on a Girgarre property earlier this month.. A police statement said the investigation was now being focused on the care and welfare of the calves prior

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
News

APAL wins Pink Lady battle

Pink Lady America has lost its final bid to secure ownership of the Pink Lady trademark in Chile, with Apple and Pear Australia being named as the rightful owner.. Following a comprehensive decision by the High Court of Australia, Pink Lady

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Dairy

Tallygaroopna breeder pipped at the Sydney post

Tallygaroopna dairy breeders Brad and Jessica Gavenlock have exhibited a Jersey at the Sydney Royal Easter Show that the judges were unable to separate from the supreme champion.. A count-back and special adjudicator were required to reach the final

by
Geoff Adams
Apr 25 2017
News

Cobram abattoir forced to sack staff

JBS Australia has sacked its permanent staff at its Cobram abattoir and warned that it could be September or October before it can resume operations.. Last month JBS Australia decided to implement a month-long stand-down of workers due to the lack

by
Geoff Adams
Apr 25 2017
Dairy

Strathmerton sisters give strong Sydney showing

Strathmerton sisters Lauren and Sarah McIlveen have returned from a monster trip to the Sydney Royal Easter Show, each having placed in their class.. Eldest sister Sarah, 18, was among the top three in the paraders’ state competition, a result

by
Alana Christe...
Apr 25 2017
News

Report urges caution

A Productivity Commission report has warned the Federal Government to be cautious of planned decentralisation of government departments, stating it may not have as big an impact as expected.. The Transitioning Regional Communities report released by

by
Alana Christe...
Apr 25 2017
News

Fish on the move

Native fish have been given a helping hand from environmental flows in three rivers in the southern Murray-Darling Basin.. The flows in the Murray, Goulburn and Campaspe rivers will help to encourage fish movement and increase fish populations, with

by
Shepparton News
Apr 25 2017
Livestock

Pork industry hit by...

A Stanhope pig farmer says the pork industry is on the brink of a disaster, with imported pork driving an oversupply of produce that is threatening local farmers.. John Burke, who is also VFF Pig Group president, said oversupply was leading to

by
Alana Christe...
Apr 25 2017
View all rural news
National News
News

Family First, Bernardi's party to merge

The Family First Party will reportedly merge with Senator Cory Bernardi's Australian Conservatives.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017

The 10 best moments from round five

The 10 best moments from round five

BigPondAFL

Access All Areas - Round 5, 2017

Access All Areas - Round 5, 2017

BigPondAFL

Round 5 AFL - Essendon v Collingwood Highlights

Round 5 AFL - Essendon v Collingwood Highlights

BigPondAFL
News

Turnbull hints at meeting with Trump

Malcolm Turnbull has hinted at the possibility of meeting US President Donald Trump in New York next week.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017
News

Veterans old and new embraced on Anzac Day

Veterans from conflicts past and present have been honoured by tens of thousands of people at ceremonies across Australia and overseas this Anzac Day.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017

Daniher's massive bomb - AFL

Daniher's massive bomb - AFL

BigPondAFL

Wells wows his new crowd - AFL

Wells wows his new crowd - AFL

BigPondAFL
News

Wangaratta siege ends with two found dead

Two people have been found dead in a Wangaratta home hours after reports of a firearm being discharged, with the matter now referred to the coroner.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017
News

Dutton wants apology for shooting reports

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton wants an apology from several news organisations for their reporting of a shooting at the Manus Island detention centre.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017
News

Brisbane fills Anzac Square dawn service

Thousands have filled Brisbane's Anzac Square to overflowing to remember Australians who have fought in wars on the 102nd anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

by
AAP News
Apr 25 2017
View all national news
Login Sign Up

Dummy text