Sunday, October, 24, 2021
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Award nominee looks to the future
ALTHOUGH Dunkeld woman, Kelly Barnes missed out on winning the AgriFutures Rural Women’s National Award earlier this week, she is upbeat about the future of her local Working Dog Training School and the scope of its associated mental health program.
Dunkeld Working Dog Training School founder Kelly Barnes, with her two dogs Jess and Dugald, is excited about the growth of her business in 2022. Photo: LAUREN HAY.

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REGIONAL hospitality businesses have been left scrambling this week, after the Victorian Government announced on Thursday that staff would need to be fully vaccinated by yesterday’s deadline to continue working.
THE limited restrictions for weddings have made them a nightmare to plan over the past 18 months, but they have eased just in time for Hamilton couple, Bec Grayson and Nick Sherlock to tie the knot today.
BRIGHT and colourful shirts were part of the Loud Shirt Day at Mulleraterong Centre today with lots of variety on display.

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E 2021 Sportswoman of the Year will be announced on Monday night, with17 junior and senior nominees receiving invitations to the prestigious event. The evening recognises the individual sporting accolades of athletes from the Hamilton region and stretches to all corners of the sporting world.
(HSA) was forced to cancel its annual Sportswoman of the Year Awards dinner last year, the association will once again convene to present awards on Monday night.

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THE roof over the HRLX cattle yards has been complete at a great time for local stock agents. Photo: ULTRABUILD CONSTRUCTION GROUP.
Another small Hamilton yarding with quality sheep and lamb.
Price $499,000.00. Contact Nic Cullinane or Bridget Fry at Southern Grampians Livestock and Real Estate
REGIONAL hospitality businesses have been left scrambling this week, after the Victorian Government announced on Thursday that staff would need to be fully vaccinated by yesterday’s deadline to continue working.
E 2021 Sportswoman of the Year will be announced on Monday night, with17 junior and senior nominees receiving invitations to the prestigious event. The evening recognises the individual sporting accolades of athletes from the Hamilton region and stretches to all corners of the sporting world.
ART in paradise… When renowned Portland artist Judy Antill wanted somewhere to sell her work, the middle of a coronavirus pandemic might have seemed a strange time to be looking for it. Yet is has turned out for the best. Picture: KAREN HODGE 211012kh09
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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