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Pressure is mounting on the State's Road Minister to answer queries about wire rope barriers being constructed on the Midland Highway between Mooroopna and Stanhope.
Concerns have been raised about the width of the road once the installation has been completed and whether large agricultural machine, like combine harvesters can navigate the Highway.
Emergency services workers have also chimed in, saying there's concerns their vehicles would be partially blocking the highway if a roadside fire were to occur.
The Shepparton Blood Donor Centre needs almost 50 appointments to be filled to make up for an expected lull around the Melbourne Cup.
As platelets have a shelf-life of five days, blood could hit critical lows next week if people fail to roll up their sleeves.
Blood Service spokesperson Shae Smith says the need for blood never wanes.
Shepparton's set to be transported back to the 1950's this weekend as the Shepparton Shake Out roars back into town.
Rockabilly will be the order of the day, with classic hot rods, fashion parades, a drive-in cinema and pin-up competitions just some of the events being offered this year.
Yea's Railway Markets will have a grand re-opening this Saturday after a community-led revival sees the event re-surface.
Local craft makers and producers are offering their wares, which could make ideal Christmas gifts for the uninspired.
Organiser Jacqueline Downing says after a 5-month hiatus - the markets are back - bigger and better than ever.
The 2017 AFL Premiership Cup's coming to Maude Street Mall this morning.
Richmond members and fans will be able to see it from 11am to 2pm at the centre of the shopping strip.
Round 5 of the Haisman Shield's getting underway this weekend.
In Cricket Shepparton's fixture:
Mooroopna are up against Old Students.
Karramomus will host Katandra.
Central Park St Brendnas verse Tatura.
Northerners hit the road to play Numurkah.
and Kyabram host Shepparton United.