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A Police Operation across Greater Shepparton has put the heat on motorists, with 89 drivers being nabbed for drug driving offenses.
Operation Fahrenheit ran from the 10th to the 27th of November in a bid to reduce injuries and fatalities on Victorian Roads.
As part of the operation uniformed personnel also detected 27 seatbelt offenses, 23 mobile phone infringements and issued 127 tickets for speeding.
Goulburn Valley residents are being told to batten down the hatches over the next few days, with a once in a lifetime storm on its way to Victoria.
Thunderstorms across the state expecting to see a rainfall of up to 300mm over the next 3 days. as well as large hail and flash flooding.
Scott Williams from the BUREAU of METEOROLOGY says it’s all been caused by the hot humid weather over the past few weeks.
A big weekend of fishing is set to be on the cards in our waterways, with the first day of Summer seeing the official opening of the Cod season.
Senior Inland Fisheries Manager Cam Westaway says while the no catch protection is now over, its important those seeking the gilled creatures follow other enforced measures.
The Haysman Shield Cricket comp will struggle against the forecast weather conditions, with the following schedule for Day 2 of Round 8.
St Brendans go at it with Mooroopna.
Karramomus continue their clash with Shepp United.
Northerners look to claim points over Tatura.
Old Students against Numurkah.
The final game sees Katandra finish their contest with Kyabram.