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Sunday, December, 5, 2021
Hamilton 10/20
 
10.2
Manhunt over
A 26-year-old HAMILTON man has been arrested by police in Werribee on Friday morning in relation to an armed burglary committed at a stranger’s house on Tuesday afternoon.
THE vehicle was found dumped behind bushes in Portland on Thursday morning with a smashed windscreen. Photo: SUPPLIED.

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WOOD, Wine and Roses committee members and Glenelg Shire councillors and staff at the official opening of the new sign in the town on Thursday. Photo: LEESA COOK.
IF there’s one thing that has been the key to success for the Wood, Wine and Roses festival, it has been the ability to keep changing to keep the public’s interest.
THE Greater Hamilton Library has signed up to participate in the state-wide BIG Summer Read program this year to help curb the 'Summer Slide' for young readers across the region.
A DOG that allegedly attacked a man in Portland in early November has been surrendered to Glenelg Shire Council after another incident this week.

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PORTLAND BMX Club’s (from left) Stella Middleton, Jack Thorp and Seb Finck, all participated in the State Championships in Shepparton last weekend. Stella and Jack both placed third in their respective cruiser events. Picture: KAREN HODGE 211201KH51
HAMILTON Golf Club held a very successful annual tournament, but the weather created extra challenges on Friday and Saturday with increased winds.
AFTER receiving her heifer, Dakota, from her grandfather in 2008, Ruby Canning says the two have been inseparable, sharing an unbreakable bond. Photo: SUPPLIED.
AT only 22 years old, Ruby Canning has wisdom and knowledge beyond her years, with a passion for the beef industry that continues to see her career in agriculture grow.
The home we are featuring this week is actually on of the earlier homes built on Walkenhorst Road and that has meant it has had some years of development in terms of the garden and the “add ons” as circumstances change.
NEW MDFL president, Dale Bruns, was elected into the role at Wednesday night’s league AGM. Photo: TASH FRANKO.
THE Mininera and District Football League (MDFL) has a new president following the league’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday night.
THE emergence of COVID-19 cases in Hamilton has wreaked havoc with the scheduling of various upcoming events, forcing rescheduling and even cancellations.
PORTLAND BMX Club’s (from left) Stella Middleton, Jack Thorp and Seb Finck, all participated in the State Championships in Shepparton last weekend. Stella and Jack both placed third in their respective cruiser events. Picture: KAREN HODGE 211201KH51
ANGUS Frost and Frank Gill could still take to the field for grand finals, as the GSWJFL ruled out cancelling the deciders yet. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
Border lockdown sends footy and netball into temporary recess
THIS weekend’s Western Border football and netball matches are the latest casualty of Covid-19 and border restrictions, with clubs and the league making the early call to postpone the round until later in the season.
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