City of Greater Shepparton
News Articles 2005
29 Jun — Residents of Greater Shepparton are invited to participate in a Public Water Forum which will be broadcast on ABC Radio.
28 Jun — The Greater Shepparton City Council has adopted its Budget for 2005/2006 after the close of the period for public submissions.
28 Jun — Greater Shepparton’s strategic direction for the future has been set with the adoption of the adjusted Council Plan 2004-2008.
27 Jun — Recent basketball games were cancelled to avoid risk of injury after heavy rains revealed small leaks at the Shepparton Sports Stadium.
22 Jun — The Greater Shepparton City Council is offering support to workers who lost their jobs after the closure of the Nestle factory in Tongala.
22 Jun — The Mayor of Greater Shepparton, Cr Anne McCamish, will be visiting Japan from 23rd June and during her trip will visit Greater Shepparton’s Japanese Sister City (Esashi) and the city with which Greater Shepparton signed a Declaration of Friendship last year (Toyoake).
21 Jun — The Shepparton Art Gallery is holding a colouring competition for children in the region as part of its campaign to ‘Bring Back Larry’.
21 Jun — Where do you go in Mooroopna for a skate with your friends? ‘X-Abition’!
20 Jun — Meet Richard Derrington. Richard is twenty-eight and single. More single than he'd like to be. More single than he'd expected to be, and he's not coping terribly well…
16 Jun — A highlight of this school holidays will be two performances of the delightful ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ at the Eastbank Centre on Wednesday 29th June at 11.00 am and 1.00 pm.
15 Jun — Does your learner driver need some more practice on the roads? Head down to DECA this weekend to give them the challenge they need to step up their driving skills.
15 Jun — Get down and boogie, it’s time for a blue light disco in Mooroopna!
10 Jun — Looking for a night of stand-up, in-your-face, knock-you-down comedy? Look no further, the circus that is the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is coming to town!
10 Jun — Greater Shepparton audiences are invited to witness a not-to-be-missed performance from one of the most outstanding musicians in the world today, pianist Roger Woodward.
10 Jun — After a successful trial women’s only bathing program last year, the Greater Shepparton City Council is holding another program, commencing on this Sunday 12th June.
10 Jun — After a cowardly act of vandalism on the Shepparton Art Gallery’s canine sculpture “Larry” by artist Pamela Irving, the Greater Shepparton community is fighting back. A campaign has been launched to rebuild the sculpture which was, in the words of Pamela Irving, “a happy and welcoming character to the gallery’s entrance”.
10 Jun — The Greater Shepparton City Council has awarded a contract for the installation of a landfill gas harvesting system at the Cosgrove 1 and 2 landfills, in a move to effectively and responsibly manage gas emissions.
9 Jun — Forget Milan, Paris and London, the height of fashion starts in Greater Shepparton with the Council’s Animal Control/Local Laws team hitting the streets in their new uniforms.
9 Jun — Details of Supplementary Valuations for the March 2005 quarter and the third quarterly financial report for the 2004-2005 financial year were presented at the June Council meeting and indicated that the Council is on target with its 2004-2005 budget and that Greater Shepparton is experiencing strong growth.
9 Jun — At the June Council meeting on Tuesday the Greater Shepparton City Council adopted a revised version of its Council Plan and put it on display for public comment.