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News Blog, April 29: Mansfield appeals star’s six-game ban, Shepparton Hotel reduced to rubble


Shepparton woke up to a thick blanket of fog on Friday morning. Photo by Anna McGuinness

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Hello everyone,

Anna McGuinness with you on this foggy Friday to bring you the latest from GV.

We’re heading for a high of 24C in Shepparton today with a 40% chance of rain.

UPDATE, 11 a.m.: A note from the editor

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We loved having you with us as we explored a new way to deliver content directly to you – and we hope you’ll stay with us for the next leg of the journey.

Tyler Maher, Shepparton News Editor

UPDATE, 10.10am: Mansfield appeals star striker ban

Sportswriter Aydin Payne has brought us the latest from the Goulburn Valley League court.

Mansfield appealed after senior footballer Cameron Arnold was suspended for six matches in court last Friday.

Arnold was flagged for rough driving in Mansfield’s win over Seymour on April 16.

Meanwhile, a Euroa Under-18 footballer will spend two months on the sidelines.

UPDATE, 8:50 a.m.: In case you missed it

The last of the Shepparton Hotel crashed to the ground on Wednesday April 27.

The last of the red brick walls have been demolished and all that remains is a small section of brick with a few pipes attached.

See aerial shots of the site and find out what the council says will happen next here.

Max Stainkamph had a busy afternoon yesterday, not only with the news that Shepparton adult entertainment company Rawhide is up for sale, but Labor’s election promise to build one of 50 adult care clinics. emergency in Shepparton if Labor wins government.

The clinic, which Nicholls Labor candidate Bill Lodwick said would be built in the next term, would reduce pressure on GPs and emergency services and help provide relief to people in the area.