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AS vaccination rates across the state continue to soar, many Victorians breathed a sigh of relief on Sunday after Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews announced the significant easing of restrictions in Regional Victoria and Metropolitan Melbourne from 11.59pm on Thursday, October 21.
GOOD Shepherd College principal, Shane Jurecky can’t wait to welcome kids back to the classroom this Friday after a lengthy period of remote learning. Photo: LAUREN HAY.

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NOMINATED for the national AgriFutures Rural Woman of the Year award is Dunkeld’s Kelly Barnes, founder of Mates Working Dog Training School. Smiling with her dogs, Jess and Dugald, Kelly is dedicated to providing ways for rural people to build resilience and connectedness in their communities. The award will be announced online tomorrow. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
DUNKELD farmer Kelly Barnes is up for a prestigious award online tomorrow as a result of an innovative program using dog training to also break down social barriers and aid mental health. Ms Barnes is passionate about boosting the resilience of her local community by building connections through animals.
INTERNATIONAL students will gradually start returning to the state by the end of the year under the Victorian Government’s Student Arrivals Plan which was submitted to the Commonwealth for approval. Victorian Government’s Student Arrivals Plan which was submitted to the Commonwealth for approval.
AFTER 20 days of free parking in the CBD, Hamilton locals are back to looking through their bags for loose change to fill the parking meters.
CONCERNS have been raised in the local community about the suitability of the locations of two major housing developments planned for Hamilton.

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THE Handbury Titles have been called off for 2021, making it the second consecutive year without any karting in Hamilton. Photo: SPEC FILE.
FOR the second consecutive year, the Hamilton Karting Club has been forced to cancel its Victorian Country Series event.
THE Penshurst and District Racing Club (PDRC) remains hopeful of holding the Penshurst Cup with crowds in 2021, with spectators not yet ruled out.

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NOMINATED for the national AgriFutures Rural Woman of the Year award is Dunkeld’s Kelly Barnes, founder of Mates Working Dog Training School. Smiling with her dogs, Jess and Dugald, Kelly is dedicated to providing ways for rural people to build resilience and connectedness in their communities. The award will be announced online tomorrow. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
DUNKELD farmer Kelly Barnes is up for a prestigious award online tomorrow as a result of an innovative program using dog training to also break down social barriers and aid mental health. Ms Barnes is passionate about boosting the resilience of her local community by building connections through animals.
NOMINATED for the national AgriFutures Rural Woman of the Year award is Dunkeld’s Kelly Barnes, founder of Mates Working Dog Training School. Smiling with her dogs, Jess and Dugald, Kelly is dedicated to providing ways for rural people to build resilience and connectedness in their communities. The award will be announced online tomorrow. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
DUNKELD farmer Kelly Barnes is up for a prestigious award online tomorrow as a result of an innovative program using dog training to also break down social barriers and aid mental health. Ms Barnes is passionate about boosting the resilience of her local community by building connections through animals.
LAST week Southern Grampians Shire Council adopted key plans and a vision for the future of the region at the ordinary council meeting on Wednesday.
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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