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29 November, 2013 — The Greater Shepparton City Council has been helping drive the Christmas spirit with the recent installation of decorations.  
21 November, 2013 — Shepparton’s Vaughan St has reopened after a 16-week redevelopment. The new streetscape, called Vaughan Central, involved upgrades to the road underground infastructure, a new taxi rank and easier pedestrian access.  
21 November, 2013 — An opportunity to hear how companies can tap into the export opportunities that Middle East is offering will be available. The Middle East is a significant importer of Victorian goods and services, representing the single largest importer of Victorian automobiles and a substantial importer of food and beverage. Water technology, environmental design and construction, rail, equine and other infrastructure sectors should also consider this lecture. Forum attendees will gain a first-hand understanding of the opportunities this market can offer and how to forge new connections with potential qualified customer, business partners and investors.  
21 November, 2013 — Planning Activity November 2013 Monthly data provided from the Planning Department  
19 November, 2013 — Are you a member of the public keen to know where funds are spent, or a contractor/consultant interested in tendering for work with Greater Shepparton City Council?  
19 November, 2013 — The Victorian Coalition Government today launched an online service to connect newly arrived skilled migrants and overseas qualified professionals with Victorian employers  
19 November, 2013 — An investigation has found Italian tomatoes are being dumped into Australian market. The anti-dumping commission indicated that Australian processor, SPC Ardmona, is being harmed by unfairly cheap imports and recommended new tariffs be imposed.  
15 November, 2013 — Lloyd's Produce Store operating from Emerald Bank is an organisation that is "giving it a go" in Greater Shepparton. Their passionate team have recently taken over the business and they injected their love of regional, fresh produce, locally grown food and wine. Walking through the store it becomes evident that the business has capitalised on the recent craze of “Locally Grown”.  
6 November, 2013 — At the request of the Productivity Commission inquiry into safeguards against processed fruit imports, Greater Shepparton City Council will be making the Essential Economic Report publicly available which details the anticipated economic impact of the withdrawal of SPC Ardmona operations from the Goulburn Valley.  
6 November, 2013 — On the 31st of October the Greater Shepparton Investment Attraction department held a breakfast workshop hosted by Gilbert Rochecouste.  
4 November, 2013 — Residents and business owners will have the chance to hear from Australian businessman and 14th richest person in Australia, Lindsay Fox AC at the next Goulburn Valley Business Rural and Industry Network's (GV BRaIN) event.  
27 October, 2013 — Employing the right staff can make the differnce to the success of your business. So where do you Start? This Seminar will outline the important issues and regulations relating to employing staff as well as guiding you through the best practice to ensure the staff you choose are the right ones for your business.  
25 October, 2013 — Member for Benalla, Bill Sykes today announced a new guide to help retailers and the local government to create a vibrant and sustainable retail industry in north east Victoria.  
24 October, 2013 — Building & Planning Activity October 2013 Monthly data provided from the Building and Planning Department  
23 October, 2013 — Little Ship on New Dookie Road is an organisation that is giving it a go in Greater Shepparton. They pride themselves on the development of locally handmade wooden furniture and toys. In addition they develop custom furniture and theyrefurbish a whole range of goods.  
14 October, 2013 — Are you a member of the public keen to know where funds are spent, or a contractor/consultant interested in tendering for work with Greater Shepparton City Council?  
13 October, 2013 — Victorian business will today set the business agenda for the state’s major political parties in the lead up to the 2014 state election. More than 100 representatives from a range of businesses across metropolitan and regional Victoria will converge at Parliament House for the VECCI Victoria Summit to discuss and confirm the business agenda needed to accelerate growth and increase competitiveness.  
4 October, 2013 — Australian fruit and vegetable processor SPC Ardmona has articulated its displeasure in the Productivity Commission’s accelerated report findings, which denied provisional safeguard tariffs against imported processed tomato and fruit products.  
3 October, 2013 —  The program aims to encourage cooperation between farmers and value chain members to create critical mass and increase their collective capability to generate better access to markets and customers. Cooperative groups are often formed to deal with situations such as needing to assemble sufficient volume of product to meet marketers requirements, rationalise facilities, reduce overhead costs, or to access discounted supplies by purchasing in bulk.  
25 September, 2013 — Greater Shepparton City Council is encouraging businesses, sporting, schools and community groups to enter teams in the 2013 pedometer challenge. The challenge is open to all ages and abilities and individual entries are welcome.  
24 September, 2013 — They fuel our economy, provide jobs and enhance the distinct personality of our State.  
17 September, 2013 — Building & Planning Activity August 2013 Monthly data provided from the Building and Planning Department.  
17 September, 2013 — The attached chart shows the unemployment rate of the Greater Shepparton City Council Area compared to other local government areas. On average it is trending higher than the national average however it is encouraging to see a drop of 0.6 per cent.  
16 September, 2013 — Are you a member of the public keen to know where funds are spent, or a contractor/consultant interested in tendering for work with Greater Shepparton City Council?  
16 September, 2013 — The Young Professionals Provincial Cadetship Program contributes to economic development through the growth of a skilled regional workforce and growing, sustainable population into the future.  

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