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Friday, July, 12, 2024
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WELLBEING CONSTRUCTION BEGINS 
A $3.57 MILLION Community Mental Health and Wellbeing project located on Lonsdale Street, Hamilton has commenced construction this week, with anticipation to open mid-2025.
HAMILTON’S new Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre has begun construction this week and will be due for delivery mid next year, proposing five new consultation suites, separate waiting rooms for adults and children, observation play spaces and sensory garden elements. Pictured are South West Healthcare’s Hamilton Community Mental Health team, (left to right) Edward Aquin, Joyce Nedziwe, Jacinta Garfoot, Bonita Matthews, Praveen Premnath, Adrian Calvano, with Ultrabuild director, Ryan Hatherell. Photo: SUPPLIED.

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Rangers were called to the scene and thankfully the cows’ owners were soon located, and the adventurous duo were returned safely home. Photos: SUPPLIED.
ON Thursday morning, two local highland cows, Dougal and Willie Nelson, made an attempted escape visit to (left) The Hamilton and Alexandra College junior campus courts.
STANDING Tall in Hamilton Inc., (STiH) an organisation dedicated to empowering young people to reach their full potential, has proudly announced it has more than doubled its community impact since expanding across the Southern Grampians Shire four years ago.
PORTLAND Memorial Bowling Club’s new $1 million roof has attracted quite a lot attention, especially as it has neared completion.
THE third special presentation meeting of the Hamilton Field Naturalists Club for 2024 will be held at Hamilton Institute of Rural Learning on Friday, July 18 at 7.30 pm featuring Dr Roland Maas and Andrew Prior presenting their research on the ages and geochemistry of the Grampians/Gariwerd Ranges.

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HAWKESDALE-MACARTHUR coach, Xavier McCartney needs his squad to follow his instructions to the letter if the Eagles are to defeat ladder leaders Ararat Eagles at Alexandra Oval today. Photo: CATHY NORRIS.
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HAWKESDALE-MACARTHUR coach, Xavier McCartney needs his squad to follow his instructions to the letter if the Eagles are to defeat ladder leaders Ararat Eagles at Alexandra Oval today. Photo: CATHY NORRIS.
TEAMS are turning the corner into the home straight of the race for a spot in the finals of the Mininera and District Football League with six rounds remaining in 2024 home and away season.
ON Thursday morning, two local highland cows, Dougal and Willie Nelson, made an attempted escape visit to (left) The Hamilton and Alexandra College junior campus courts.
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GLENELG Shire Council has released its draft budget 2024-225 and ratepayers have until 17 May to have their say on the council’s spending and rating plans for the next year.
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