Tuesday, May, 11, 2021
Hamilton 10/20
 
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Championship ready
THE Australian National Blackball Championships are just around the corner and local organisers, Mark and Samantha Cottingham are excited about the week-long tournament.
MARK and Samantha Cottingham are raring to go for the Australian National Blackball Championships which starts on Saturday. Photo: LAUREN HAY.

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CAFÉS, restaurants and pubs will no longer have to follow density requirements from the end of the month, with the one person per square metre rules set to be lifted in the coming weeks.
THE vibrant local town of Dunkeld has reached new heights after being announced as a finalist in ‘Victoria’s Top Tourism Town’ awards with the winner to be decided by public vote.
TOMORROW marks the national day of celebration for mums, but the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) Hamilton Group has been celebrating mums all week.
HAMILTON’S youth wellbeing services are in crisis mode, with a severe lack of inpatient mental health support options available for local students.
ALEX Richardson was named Glenthompson-Dunkeld’s second best on ground in his side’s win against Lismore-Derrinallum. Photo: SPEC FILE.
GLENTHOMPSON-DUNKELD continued its good Mininera and District Football League form on Saturday, defeating Lismore-Derrinallum at Derrinallum.
Branxholme-Wallacedale came out firing against the Darras at Branxholme, determined to defend their home territory in its South West District Football Netball League (SWDFNL) round three clash on Saturday.

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EXCEPTIONAL quality and grass-driven demand from northern states puts Hamilton at the top of the table, as the highest-grossing Victorian sale facility for 2021 weaner sale week.
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.
11 Victoria Street, Hamilton. Price $500-550,000.00. Contact Penny Adamson at Charles Stewart Real Estate, 0407 600767.
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CAFÉS, restaurants and pubs will no longer have to follow density requirements from the end of the month, with the one person per square metre rules set to be lifted in the coming weeks.
GLENTHOMPSON-DUNKELD continued its good Mininera and District Football League form on Saturday, defeating Lismore-Derrinallum at Derrinallum.
WHILE the aged care sector waits to see if the May 11 Federal Budget will help fund recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aged Care, local provider, Edgarley, has committed to a proactive approach to the review.
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