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Film fleshes out plot mysteries

When a film is as successful as The Conjuring it makes sense to continue along the same vein.. With sequels and spin-offs already been and gone on the big screen, the latest outing in this newest horror franchise is Annabelle: Creation, an origin

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Breanna Zampa...
Aug 15 2017
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Five versions of chocolate goodness

THE MINISTRY OF CHOCOLATE BROWNIE FIVE WAYS . This is a great recipe that can be altered to suit your needs. It is lunchbox-friendly when nuts are replaced with cranberries, pumpkin seeds and pomegranate or great for Father’s Day lunch by

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Shepparton News
Aug 15 2017
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Guitar god returns to earth

Those fond of Mark McGuire’s role as axe man of much loved, badly missed band Emeralds may have found his sci-fi leaning Beyond Belief a bit jarring, a bit full on.. It may come as a relief (or not) that the Ohio native’s latest, Ideas

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Thomas Moir
Aug 02 2017
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Trilogy saves the best until last

Very few franchises manage to go from strength to strength after their initial success, but the Planet of the Apes trilogy gets better with every film.. In War for the Planet of the Apes, which is the final chapter of this trilogy, we are witness

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Breanna Zampa...
Aug 02 2017
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Living the quiet life

Bubbles is about 16 years old and is the beloved pet of Wade.. Known to be fairly quiet and reserved, Bubbles has become more likely to snuggle in her old age.. In her hey-day she would chase soccer balls, tennis balls or anything that moved but now

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Shepparton News
Aug 03 2017
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Never a better time to go green

Recently the Greater City of Shepparton launched its Urban Forest Strategy. This strategy has a vision of making Greater Shepparton an attractive, vibrant and liveable region with well-connected green spaces that are valued by the community.. This

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Larry Smith
Aug 02 2017
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Mindfulness... are you paying attention?

When I went outside early the other day my breath was frosted and forming small clouds in front of me. The ice was prickly under my fingers on the balcony rail and slippery under my feet on the stairs.. I noticed my resistance to the cold and

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Lisa Shortridge
Aug 02 2017
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Grungy garage rock is back

When I think of the question, ‘what does rock and roll sound like, the answer is Royal Blood.. When the rockers from the United Kingdom burst onto the scene with their first, self-titled, album in 2014, they brought back true rock music to

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Declan Martin
Jul 25 2017
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Dark exploration of war

Christopher Nolan is back with his latest new masterpiece Dunkirk and while it’s fair to say that critics are loving every minute, a more general audience might get lost in the battle.. Despite it being a war film, this isn’t a bloody

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Breanna Zampa...
Jul 25 2017
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Making art part of the community

Shepparton’s Eric Brown is a relaxed individual who spends his time carefully crafting artistic masterpieces at Kaiela Arts.. The gallery on Shepparton’s busy High St is full of a range of indigenous artworks, and with more than 100

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Sionnie Kelly
Jul 25 2017
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Darker and more experimental offering

Six years is a long time between drinks in the music world — enough time for an audience to move on to fresher pastures. But the Fleet Fox audience is a patient lot — content to stroke beards and reminisce about the glory that was EP Sun

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Shepparton News
Jul 20 2017
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Riding to help conquer NF

Romsey’s Katie Alford is a happy 10-year-old who loves running, riding horses and spending time with her family. But when Katie was almost three years old she had an accident at a park and was taken to hospital, where her parents Alison and

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Sionnie Kelly
Jul 18 2017
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Warm the soul with a hearty stew

As the mercury drops, there’s no better way to stay warm than with some delicious comfort food. Versatile, full of flavour, and available in a range of cuts, lamb is perfect for creating a hearty curry or a slow cooked casserole to warm

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Shepparton News
Jul 11 2017
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