Friday, November, 27, 2020
Hamilton 10/20
 
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Budj Bim work begins
GUNDITJ Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation chief executive Damein Bell at the southern end of the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape – the area behind this sign at the Tyrendarra Recreation Reserve will be transformed. Picture: CHALPAT SONTI 201116cs01

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THE ROYAL Australian Air Force’s Roulettes flew into Portland from Mildura on Wednesday for a training exercise, releasing smoke in greeting before they landed at Portland Airport. Picture: KAREN HODGE 201125KH11
TARA FRY A NUMBER of local shoppers expressed their frustration to The Spectator this week after visiting Hamilton’s Coles Supermarket and noticing overflowing rubbish and recycling bins.
BALMORAL Bush Nursing Centre administration officer, Nicole Lease is helping less fortunate women receive essential items through the #ItsInTheBag campaign.
WESTERN District Health Service (WDHS) has missed out on crucial funding in the 2020-21 State Budget while Hamilton Parklands School came out as a big winner.
JAMAINE Jones will remain with West Coast for the 2021 AFL Season. 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
THE Southern Grampians Shire has clarified the bursting bins at Hamilton’s Coles store are the responsibility of management and the property owner. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
TARA FRY A NUMBER of local shoppers expressed their frustration to The Spectator this week after visiting Hamilton’s Coles Supermarket and noticing overflowing rubbish and recycling bins.
WESTERN District Health Service (WDHS) has missed out on crucial funding in the 2020-21 State Budget while Hamilton Parklands School came out as a big winner.
THE ROYAL Australian Air Force’s Roulettes flew into Portland from Mildura on Wednesday for a training exercise, releasing smoke in greeting before they landed at Portland Airport. Picture: KAREN HODGE 201125KH11
THE greater Balmoral community showed its full support for the Share the Dignity ‘It’s in the Bag’ campaign this year, with 116 bags sent to those in need. Excited to support the project are Balmoral and Dartmoor Bush Nursing Centres’ health service manager, Lisa Hutchins, Balmoral Bush Nursing Centre administration officer, Nicole Lease and Balmoral Community College principal, Jo Amott. Photo: SUPPLIED.
BALMORAL Bush Nursing Centre administration officer, Nicole Lease is helping less fortunate women receive essential items through the #ItsInTheBag campaign.
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.
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