What’s on in Shepparton this weekend?
The Country Music Festival arrives today, as does Fame The Musical
Ten Grahamvale Primary School students from years five and six will set off on the trip of a lifetime to China today as part of a Victorian Principals Association program. Principal Simone Higgins said the trip begins with a four-day tour of...
Grahamvale Primary School students broadcasted live from the X Factor stage and the late 1980s for their school concert at Eastbank last night.
THE Victorian Government is inspiring the next generation of youngsters to get on their bikes, skateboards and scooters by extending the popular Ride2School program for the next two years.
The sweet smell of dough wafted through the walls of GOTAFE’s Shepparton campus yesterday as bread makers went head to head perfecting their buns.The bread makers were taking part in the Regional World Skills challenge, a competition that tests the skills of apprentices, trainees and students across Australia in a range of different job fields.Bakers from across Victoria participated in the gruelling challenge in a bid to win a place in the national competition. Buns, cob loaves, and baguettes were kneaded, raised and cooked to impress the judges. GOTAFE World Skills co-ordinator Callum Ross said the competition had partnered with GOTAFE for several years. “We are very keen to be involved with World Skills as it promotes regional students, regional apprentices and regional businesses,” Mr Ross said. GOTAFE will host a variety of World Skill challenges throughout September and October including hairdressing and plumbing. Regional winners will qualify for a place in the national challenge in an attempt to make it to the international competition later next year. Although GOTAFE hosts the competition, anyone has the ability to participate in the events.
La Trobe University ensured all students were okay yesterday, helping to raise awareness for mental health.
Tallygaroopna Primary School students starred in the comical show Rock Bottom yesterday afternoon at the Soldiers Memorial Hall.
Shepparton’s Bourchier Street Primary School students will be welcoming their parents, friends and grandparents to the 21st century on Wednesday night.
Mindfulness and positive mental health were the topics of discussion at Goulburn Valley Grammar School last week.
Kialla’s St Anne’s College has partnered with Goulburn Valley Water to launch its Water Only program.
This weekend children from across the Greater Shepparton region will prepare their costumes for next week’s Book Week celebrations.
Shepparton’s St Georges Road Primary School had the opportunity to meet their future students at a prep open day this morning.
GOTAFE students are adding new ways to hone their skills by competing in the WorldSkills challenge.
Notre Dame College students are ready to rock in their upcoming production School of Rock.
A MALE is being airlifted to hospital after being cut free from his crashed car in Sturt St this evening. He had collided with a parked truck near intersection of Darling and Sturt streets. Emergency services including CFA, ambulance and police...
Seven teenagers have been charged following the theft of $20,000 worth of stock from JB Hi-Fi yesterday
A HOME in Francis St Moama has exploded into flames. The fire was reported at 6.32pm with fire brigade units from both sides of the river in attendance. More to come
A crash in Echuca has caused traffic chaos and extensive power outages which are expected to last a few hours. Sergeant Paul Nicoll of Campaspe Highway Patrol said a ute towing agricultural machinery on a trailer on Ogilvie Ave experienced...