Shepparton’s driest run in 12 years
Last year was Shepparton’s driest in 12 years.
Monitoring of Seven and Hughes creeks shows native fish moving to deeper pools following dry conditions.
A new set of traffic lights will soon be in action along one of Shepparton CBD’s busiest strips.
A former Shepparton mayor has hit out at a proposal to ditch a cap on water buybacks for environmental use, saying it unnecessarily punished Victorian irrigators and communities.
It only appears to be an idea at this point, and perhaps an ambitious one.
Failing a challenge being lodged to a recent Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal decision, Greater Shepparton City Council officers look set to issue a permit for The Cottage.
Aimed at improving access to information across the community, sections of Greater Shepparton City Council’s website have been translated into Dari and Arabic.
Suzanna Sheed has quizzed the Victorian premier on how regional Victoria will continue to be funded once a jobs and investment stream expires.
In the past five years, Greater Shepparton City Council has witnessed the emergence, the yearly increase and decrease, of a population of flying foxes in Tatura’s Cussen Park.
One of the brains behind Cactus Country John Hall leads The News through a gate and into what he calls his farm’s grafting room.
Thursday night was likely to be the hottest night Sheppartonians endured in a decade, according to a Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster, with the mercury not dipping below 30°C.
Andrew Bock enjoyed the experience of running for Federal Parliament as an independent so much three years ago, he is about to do it all over again.
A union body is confident Greater Shepparton City Council can ensure the performance of its parking service improves without outsourcing jobs.
The Shepparton Chamber of Commerce questions how much a proposed $18million pedestrian overpass at the Shepparton railway station and $5million walking and cycling links connecting it to the central business district would be used.
It may not just be on the Hume Fwy where a surge of electric car charging points are being generated.
Greater Shepparton City Council has prepared a planning scheme amendment aiming to open the door and effectively fast-track development of a regional centre for excellence, as well as a redeveloped and rebranded Shepparton Sports Stadium.
Construction of a new public plaza and bus interchange on the corner of Maude and Vaughan Sts, Shepparton, will begin in the coming days, about six months after the Federal Government announced funding to help the project become a reality.