Goulburn Valley News - Hit GV 96.9 Wednesday August 23 2017

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Goulburn Valley News - Hit GV 96.9 Wednesday August 23 2017

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A car has driven through a fence and into a house in Shepparton.

Occuring on Monday night on Wilmot Road --- Police and emergency services were called to the scene at around 10.40pm.

Minor damage to the home, with bricks dislodged beneath the front window

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2 Police raids have recently been held in Shepparton and Mooroopna.

Occurring on August 17, 2 search warrants were carried out, turning up Methamphetamine, cannabis, illegal knives, a homemade fire arm and goods allegedly stolen.

3 people were arrested and bailed to face Shepparton Magistrates Court next month.

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Campaspe residents can have their say on a newly released roads proposal.

Design concept plans are now on display for future development of the service roads adjoining the Northern Highway entering Echuca.

The plans detail the location of the service roads, kerb returns and entry points onto the highway, as well as footpaths, centre medians and drainage.

An information session will be on hand on August 29 with more details. Members of the community able to voice their opinion and ask questions at the Campaspe Library.

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The Goulburn Murray Valley Fruit Fly action plan is coming into effect; those with fruit trees able to have them removed.

Trees on urban residential land are a major concern for local fruit growers, as they can attract and support the breeding Queensland Fruit Fly.

Strathbogie Mayor Amanda McClaren has had her say on the issue, urging residents to be proactive and submit an application to have unwanted trees uprooted.

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A Euroa bakery has enjoyed national recognition in Mildura, sweeping the field in the Australian Professional Vanilla slice competition.

Gayle from Mawson’s Bakery says it’s a great achievement.

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New grants have been aimed at sports clubs across the state, Goulburn Valley clubs urged to get in now to help improve health and wellbeing across the community.

The VicHealth grants come in the form of a $3 thousand dollars for active clubs, or up to $10 thousand dollars for community sport clubs.

The grants are aimed at getting more females in sport, and boosting participation in social sports or modified sporting programs.

Clubs can apply on the VicHealth website; round 1 of grants closing on September 22.

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