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A 75-year-old member of the Benalla Gliding Club has died during a National Gliding competition in Queensland.
The Melbourne man's glider crash-landed in a rural property at Boggabilla over the NSW side of the border.
He's been described as an experienced pilot, with decades of competition flying under his belt.
Police say the pilot was roughly six minutes into his flight before the plane suddenly spiralled towards the ground.
The pilot died at the scene, and an investigation is underway into the cause of the crash.
There's been a break and enter at Shepparton High School this morning.
Police were called out just after half past three after offenders smashed through a window to gain access to the science lab.
Officers don't believe any items were stolen no one was located on site, and enquiries are continuing.
CFA were called out after the intruders let off a fire extinguisher in the building prior to their getaway.
A hay shed, north-west of Euroa is expected to burn for several days - after catching fire yesterday afternoon.
Seven CFA crews were called to Miepoll to bring the blaze under control, residents are warned smoke will continue to coat the surrounding area for what’s likely to be the next two days at least.
The Bush Fire Danger Period for Berrigan Shire will come into effect from Midnight on Sunday.
Permits will be required to undertake any burning off from October 15 - through to Midnight on October 31 - No Permits will be issued after that date.
Video counters are being installed in and around Maude Street Mall in Shepparton to gather data to inform the strip's redevelopment.
Four Options are being explored, including Fully Reopening it to two lane traffic, providing One Way traffic access, Refurbishing the public space, or providing a one-way lane connecting Fryers and Stewart Street.
Traffic data including vehicles, pedestrians and cyclist activity will help the contractors gauge how the Mall is currently used.
Shepparton South has claimed the Bendigo Amateur Soccer League grand final from championship winners Eaglehawk.
It's the first year Shepp South and 3 other Goulburn Valley teams have taken part in the Bendigo-based league, with an own-goal by Eaglehawk assisting Shepp South's 2-1 victory in extra time.
Two huge AFL accolades have gone to two Local footy exports.
Mooroopna's Clayton Oliver's been named Melbourne's Best and Fairest player for the 2017 AFL season.
The 20-year-old claimed the Keith Bluey Truscott Memorial Trophy at an overnight ceremony.
The second year on baller secured 530 votes, beating his nearest teammate by a whopping 184 votes.
Meantime Congupna's Steele Sidebottom has taken out Collingwood's Best and Fairest.
He raked in 140 votes during Friday night's Copeland Trophy count, beating fellow midfielder Taylor Adams by just one vote.
Meantime St Kilda, Essendon, Richmond and Hawthorn have all told the Herald Sun they have no interest in Seymour's Josh Schache during the AFL trade period.