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THIS sketch by local firm Seabreeze Design shows the proposed netball seating at Hanlon Park. Picture: SUPPLIED
MELBOURNE residents who own properties in the Southern Grampians Shire are now able to apply to visit the region get their properties prepared for bushfire season
REGIONAL Victorians will soon be able to attend indoor church services, hit the gym and use indoor swimming facilities as further easing of COVID-19 restrictions come into effect tomorrow.
LOCAL churches have been left frustrated by the State Government’s decision to not allow indoor gatherings at churches, while continuing to increase allowed indoor capacity for other venues.
THIS sketch by local firm Seabreeze Design shows the proposed netball seating at Hanlon Park. Picture: SUPPLIED

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Beef prices soarWITH short odds for a vendors’ market, the combined agents Casterton Spring Store Cattle Sale did not disappoint, paying top dividends for local producers.
7 Wade Street, Hamilton. Price $529,000.00. Contact Nic Cullinane at Southern Grampians Livestock and Real Estate on 0409 711641
ASHLEY Quinsey was named Rowing Victoria’s Club Person of the Year on Sunday. Photo: CHRIS DOHENY.
HAMILTON Rowing Club captain, Ashley Quinsey was named Rowing Victoria’s (RV) Club Person of the Year on Sunday.
SOUTH-WEST police were kept busy over the weekend, after a hiker went missing near Nelson on Friday.
THIS sketch by local firm Seabreeze Design shows the proposed netball seating at Hanlon Park. Picture: SUPPLIED
THE 2020/21 Hamilton District Women’s Cricket Association A Grade season is looking good for the locals, with Casterton District Cricket Club taking a 56-run win over St Andrew’s in round one.
WHILE plenty of 2020 events have been cancelled, the annual Casterton Christmas Shopping Spree is still going ahead – with a difference.
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