Three cheers for local shed
Celebrations were in full swing at The Women’s Shed Seymour as the group celebrated its third birthday.
In 1973, friends Coral Akers (née Berry) and Joy Waugh (née Sommer) talked about arranging a 40th birthday get together with friends from their school days.
Seymour’s Goulburn Options has been nominated in the 2019 Victorian Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
Stepping out of your comfort zone is never easy but Travis Heeney took part in something, unfortunately, too many Australians are doing every night.
A temporary timetable will be used for the Seymour train line in July to allow for sleeper replacement works.
A team of six young people from Strathbogie Shire will push for a statewide ban on single use plastic bags at the YMCA Victoria Youth Parliament next month.
Nagambie Bendigo Bank is hosting a women in business event on July 9.
Northern Territory artists Anna, Jeannie and Rosemary Pitjara were in Tallarook recently to produce collaborative artwork with their families.
From the U3A and Meals on Wheels, to the Cancer Council, the historical society and her local church — you name it, Seymour’s Margret Sloane is probably volunteering in it.
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea has been a popular fundraiser for the Cancer Council since 1994.
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is recruiting up to 100 would be leaders from all walks of life to train as election managers, assistant election managers, returning officers, and deputy returning officers during major election events.
Located in Seymour at 45 Wallis St, out the back of the Stihl Shop, Marshall Batteries is the town’s one-stop battery shop.
Kilmore will celebrate its Celtic history when the Kilmore Celtic Festival returns later this month.
Coca-Cola Amatil has announced SPC will be sold for $40 million to Shepparton Partners Collective and its group of companies. Shepparton Partners Collective is a joint venture between Perma Funds Management and private investment firm The Eights...
The parking inspectors you have come to recognise across town are no more with Greater Shepparton City Council making the decision to outsource the service to a third-party provider.
A man has been transported to hospital after hitting a power pole in Kialla this morning. The male in his mid- 20s was driving a black Nissan Nirvana ute along Archer Rd when the vehicle left the road and hit a power pole near the Sanctuary Dr...