Wednesday, May, 12, 2021
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SOUTH-WEST residents have much to consider following Tuesday’s Federal budget, handed down by treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

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THE pandemic brought new opportunities for members of Hamilton’s U3A, with Chris Simpson running his Fun Science classes through online meeting app, Zoom. The new technology had so many benefits that he will continue hosting classes online. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
HAMILTON’S University of the Third Age (U3A) members, Chris Simpson and Alex Pederick, were forced to make the change to the new concept of virtual lessons and Zoom meetings during the pandemic.
SOUTH-WEST residents have much to consider following Tuesday’s Federal budget, handed down by treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
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.
A HAMILTON man has been charged with carjacking after allegedly stealing an acquaintance’s car while getting a lift on Sunday night.
KATH McGregor and her kids, Emily and Ryan umpired together for the first time on May 1, sharing a special moment. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
THE McGregor family shared a special moment last Saturday at Macarthur with mother, Kath and her two kids, Emily and Ryan all umpiring a game of senior football together.
NED Andrew etched his name in history, becoming the youngest driver ever to win the Ned Kelly Dash for the Green Sash on May 2.

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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.
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THE pandemic brought new opportunities for members of Hamilton’s U3A, with Chris Simpson running his Fun Science classes through online meeting app, Zoom. The new technology had so many benefits that he will continue hosting classes online. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
HAMILTON’S University of the Third Age (U3A) members, Chris Simpson and Alex Pederick, were forced to make the change to the new concept of virtual lessons and Zoom meetings during the pandemic.
TELSTRA has warned users its network around Hamilton would be impacted over the next six days as planned upgrades took place.
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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