Triple M GV 95.3 Local News Thur Nov 30

Bundalong crash fatality

Triple M GV 95.3 Local News Thur Nov 30

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Sad news coming in from Bundalong last night, with a person losing their life following a 2 car collision on the Murray Valley Highway

Investigators have been told a ute was travelling the stretch at around 7:15pm, before it swerved onto the opposite side of the road into the path of an oncoming truck.

The impact of the crash causing the ute to burst into flames, resulting in the sole occupant driver to pass away at the scene.

The driver of the truck was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police now calling on anyone who may have seen the incident to come forward and help investigations.


Good news going the way of the Shepparton community needing radiotherapy. Radiation oncology provider GenisisCare securing almost 7 million dollars from the Federal Government.

The money set to be used to help establish services in the region. It is currently unclear if the service will take a public or private partnership.

GenisisCare Victoria General Manager Shane Ryan Says securing funding like this goes a long way in helping to create a healthier and happier Goulburn Valley community.


Victoria's Assisted Dying Bill saga slowly coming to a close with a bill being passed through the State's Lower House yesterday.

The topic seeing members spend more than 100 hours on the topic over the past few weeks, now seeing an 18 month implementation period before it kicks in.

State Member for Shepparton Suzanna Sheed says she was one of many that voted in favour, and is pleased with the result following quite the lengthy debate.


Works on the Echuca-Moama Bridge project are now three weeks in - with the initial stages seeing a new roundabout being constructed at the Warren Street intersection of the Murray Valley Highway.

Murray MP Damian Drum says work is progressing well.


Shepparton's secured the Netball Victoria State Titles in 2018.

In October next year - over 700 players will be coming to the region, with Open, Under 17's, 15 and all abilities games to be played on 18 different courts.

Netball Victoria Ceo Rosie King says coming to the Goulburn Valley next year was a no-brainer.