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WITH more than 30 wineries and venues on show for Heathcote’s flagship weekend it was impossible to experience everything.
DEATH Cafe, a phenomenon that has swept the Western world, is coming to Heathcote on Saturday.
WITH cat and dog registration renewals due on April 10 for Mitchell Shire, council’s local laws team is door-knocking those who haven’t renewed following SMS and mail reminders.
COMING together and lending a hand, in good times and bad, is what it means to be Australian. Nowhere is this truer than in our small townships.
IT’S never too late to change careers — just ask Jane Leckie of She Oak Hill.
HEATHCOTE is a region of incredible diversity; geology, soil, micro-climate and people. Though it is best known for shiraz, the diversity is reflected in the awards it wins and recognition it receives.
IT IS said that young people today will have not one, but up to five careers. Eliza Barnbrook is an excellent example. The young mother grew up in Central Victoria before trying her luck in the big smoke, in the world of high fashion.
THE president of Heathcote Tourism and Development, Peter Maine, says the future of Heathcote and wine is about delivering unforgettable and novel experiences.
THE national Alcohol and Drug Foundation has partnered with Sports Focus to work with a local community as a pilot project to identify activities and tools to provide drug and alcohol education, awareness and support.
A car has hit a house on the corner of Archer St and Stanley St at about 3.15 this afternoon. The vehicle left the road and travelled through a fence before coming to a hault. Police and CFA are on scene. The Archer St entrance to Stanley St is...
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.
Three more cars were found dumped and burnt out in Mooroopna and Kialla at the weekend - adding to the tally of more than 60 cars abandoned in the Shepparton district so far this year. Senior Constable Sarah Trewin said a car was reported dumped and...