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Roos quota rise
KILLING kangaroos for commercial harvesting will be expanded this year after the State Government increased the quota by a third.

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CRACKING the top 10 name for two years running is the Australian classic, Matilda. The nine-month-old local, Matilda Venning had her name chosen by parents Todd and Laura because it “felt right”. Photo: TASH FRANKO.
OLIVER has once again proven to be Victoria’s most popular boys name chosen by parents last year, while Charlotte has clinched the top spot for girls.
THE relief John and Rhonda Crawford felt when the Final Grampians National Park Plan was released by Parks Victoria, stating that no dingoes would be reintroduced to the national park, has quickly evaporated.
KILLING kangaroos for commercial harvesting will be expanded this year after the State Government increased the quota by a third.
A COORDINATED Pandemic Code Brown emergency has been called for all public metropolitan and some major regional hospitals.

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CAMERON Gleeson was one of the star players for Portland during the Your Podiatrist Cup, played at Mt Gambier on Saturday. Picture: CLINT COX
THE Hamilton Kangaroos are set to open their 2022 Hampden Football Netball League season with one of the toughest road trips in the competition, travelling to Victoria Park to take on Koroit.
THE weather was hot and so were the prices as Hamilton’s annual weaner sale week once again presented exceptional quality cattle to high demand. Photo: TRACEY KRUGER
HAMILTON’S weaner week started off with a bang on Monday and the hits continued to roll, with Thursday’s heifer sale continuing the run of record prices for the yards.
HAMILTON recorded one of its largest yardings for some time on Wednesday, December 8, with over 60,000 lambs penned through the Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange (HRLX).
CRACKING the top 10 name for two years running is the Australian classic, Matilda. The nine-month-old local, Matilda Venning had her name chosen by parents Todd and Laura because it “felt right”. Photo: TASH FRANKO.
OLIVER has once again proven to be Victoria’s most popular boys name chosen by parents last year, while Charlotte has clinched the top spot for girls.
THE 2022 Western Victoria Girls Shield kicked off yesterday with close to 20 teams coming from all over the state to compete across three age groups this week.
THE Heywood State Emergency Service unit cleared almost 40 trees on Thursday night after a storm front lashed the region. Picture: SUPPLIED
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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