Education

Healthy job choices

Local students flooded the Goulburn Valley Hospital grounds yesterday during a day organised to lift the lid on the hospital’s operations and showcase the wide range of careers it offers.. The joint project of Goulburn Valley Health and the

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Myles Peterson
Jun 15 2018
Education

Word and Mouth teaching youth adulting basics

Youth committee Word and Mouth is putting on an event this Saturday, teaching all young people the basics of growing up and gaining independence as an adult.. Adulting for Dummies will host 30-minute workshops by local experts on the topics of

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Ashlea Witosl...
Jun 15 2018
Education

University funding freeze

A funding freeze imposed by the Federal Government on the university sector will negatively impact the Greater Shepparton region far worse than metropolitan counterparts, new figures have revealed.. The data, obtained by the ABC under

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Myles Peterson
Jun 15 2018
Opinion

Oz Comic-Con turns on fun

By Jessica Eldred. On June 10, I was lucky enough to attend Oz Comic-Con in Melbourne for the first time.. I absolutely loved the atmosphere; so many people expressing themselves fearlessly. There were people dressed up in cosplay showing off their

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Shepparton News
Jun 14 2018
Opinion

Cold delays reality of...

By Thomas Read. Harrison really didn’t want to go to school today.. He awoke groggily, groaning and blinking the sleep from his eyes as he slapped the alarm clock causing the dreadful droning noise that signified a new day.. He missed the

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Shepparton News
Jun 14 2018
Opinion

Be wary of internet...

By Harry Muir. The internet. A service designed to connect people around the world. Everyone uses the internet.. We use it for everything from entertainment to business. We rely on the internet for most things, but let’s be honest, have you

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Shepparton News
Jun 14 2018
Education

Crazy hair yeah, yeah

Weird and wacky hairstyles were all the go at Arthur Dickmann’s Children’s Centre yesterday.. General educator Caitlyn Seymour said the children’s centre had a number of fundraising events every year with proceeds designated to

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Shepparton News
Jun 08 2018
Education

Stories inspire scholarship donations

The inspiring stories of three Lift Off Education Scholarship recipients has prompted a further cash injection to next year’s fund.. The scholarships, facilitated by The Community Fund Goulburn Valley, go to young people in the region to

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 08 2018
Opinion

Learning valuable skills from team sport

By Jarrod Pretty. On Tuesday, May 29, McGuire College played four quarters against Goulburn Valley Grammar in the Sun Country Cup football — unfortunately we lost.. However, it showed that it’s all about the mental battle.. Grammar were

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Shepparton News
Jun 07 2018
Opinion

Cut back on plastic to help environment

By Suzie McPherson. As we are all aware, big supermarkets such as Coles and Woolworths are no longer going to be using plastic bags, which is fantastic news.. However, we need to be doing more in order to reduce Australia’s waste, because it

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Shepparton News
Jun 07 2018
Opinion

Creating messages of...

By Lucy Asquith. Dolly’s Dream Foundation is a charity group that was initiated after Dolly Everett took her own life at the age of 14.. Dolly was a victim of bullying, and her family is determined to help create change for other young

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Lucy Asquith
Jun 07 2018
Opinion

When games turn into...

By Mustafa Abbasi. With the recent launch of the new a Battle Royale game with the name of Fortnite in mid-2017, there has been controversy in allowing violent games involving shooting and killing individuals to be produced by gaming industries.. As

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Shepparton News
Jun 07 2018
Education

Shepparton local wows...

When Charlotte McCosh saw students perform Top Acts for the first time, she dreamed of joining them on stage.. ‘‘I watched it in Year 10 and 11 and thought — I wish I could be up there,’’ she said.. And the recently

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 06 2018
Education

Students relish school-grown produce

The children at St Georges Rd Primary School are enjoying the benefits of their self-grown produce.. Librarian and grounds maintenance officer Margaret Stothart said the primary school created a space in the yard dedicated to growing various types

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Shepparton News
Jun 04 2018
Education

Students join forces to perform

Primary school students have joined forces with Mooroopna Secondary College students to perform a musical showcase.. Mooroopna Secondary music teacher Leona Gibbs said the concert was held in the WestSide Performing Arts Centre in Mooroopna on

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Shepparton News
Jun 02 2018
Education

A heartfelt effort

Shepparton Christian School has held a morning tea in support of the Cancer Council.. The Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event held at the school on Thursday saw students, staff and parents gather to raise awareness for a cause that is close

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Shepparton News
Jun 02 2018
Education

Going back to school

Parents, students, teachers and local members of parliament gathered at Shepparton High School on Thursday evening for a Shepparton Education Plan community workshop.. Close to 50 people came to air their concerns and share their support for the

by
Liz Mellino
Jun 02 2018
Education

Moving in the right...

Ardmona Primary School students are being helped in the classroom by activities outside of the classroom in a new before-school program.. Teacher Michael Van Dorsser said students exercised before school for about 20 minutes with a warm-up

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Tara Whitsed
Jun 01 2018
Opinion

School holds party to...

By Lisa Sharp. Friday, May 11 was a special day at Verney Road School. We had our Mother’s Day high tea and we had our mothers, carers and special people here to celebrate.. Our mothers are the ones who look after us and guide us towards the

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Shepparton News
May 31 2018
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