Be road safe over Easter
Each time there is a long weekend or holiday period, the region’s police ask The News to assist with promoting road safety messages.
‘‘Treaty yeah, treaty now’’ — the refrain from Yothu Yindi’s award winning song Treaty is still as relevant now as it was in 1991 when it was first released.
I met somebody this week who divides people into Leavers and Placers.
This week the Federal Government announced the 2019-20 budget, creating interesting discussions and dividing the Australian population on the issues that matter most to them.
More than 10 years ago, the Cool Heads young driver program was founded in Shepparton as a response to the over-representation of young people in road trauma in the region.
While the news 30 Big W stores were set to close across the country did not surprise me, it did cause me to feel a little bleak about the future of the retail industry.
Since the infamous ‘‘Menindee fish kill’’ we have waited with apprehension for Labor to announce proposed changes to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan; we agree with Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed that the crucible of an election campaign is the worst time to do so.
A recent change at work saw me allocated the policing round.
Still a couple of weeks or so before Easter, but planning for the annual Easter fishing trip for most anglers is well under way.
Another step towards the development of Shepparton’s new super school was seen yesterday with two-year transition plans outlined.
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