Good deeds in to beat heat
As the temperature rose, staff at Ray White in Seymour helped out those who were in need of some hydration.
With almost 500 exhibitors expected to descend on this year’s Seymour Alternative Farming Expo, prepare to be entertained, informed and amazed by what’s on show.
Seymour RSL’s War Memorial Pool’s sub-committee is seeking support for the revitalisation of the memorial entry to the pools, as well as the exterior wall of the buildings.
The Greyhound Adoption Program’s three-day adoption bonanza got off to great start with the announcement of a grant from the Victorian Government.
Residents have been urged to prepare for extended heat and increased fire danger in the coming days.
A total of 1087 people have drowned in Australian rivers, creeks and streams in the past 15 years.
Goulburn Options and Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE are teaming up to provide vital disability training in Seymour.
Seymour College presented a number of awards to students at the end of the year, recognising students in different areas.
Strathbogie Shire Evolve Youth Committee celebrated a year of fun, learning and achievements at their recent annual Youth Showcase event.
If shaping and prioritising future government investment in Seymour sparks your interest, the new Seymour Revitalisation Community Working Group is a perfect opportunity.
About 500 exhibitors will be on display at this year’s Seymour Alternative Farming Expo.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.