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Sunday, June, 26, 2022
Hamilton 10/20
 
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Girls write a new auction chapter
THE stars aligned perfectly for three girls at Sunday’s Australian Working Dog Auction, when a vendor from Dubbo sold her beloved black-and-tan bitch to a young woman from Tassie, for the day’s top auction price of $27,000 …
FAIRYTALE outcome … despite reluctance to part with her beloved Hazeldell Kimmy, Kahlee O’Leary can’t help but grin after discovering the black-and-tan bitch is heading home with Ashley Meaburn and brother Lachlan – the pair at the top of Kahlee’s ‘wish list’ of buyers for the dog. Photo: CASTERTON NEWS

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A STUDY undertaken by the ANU showed age and level of education were key factors determining voter preference that led to the recent change in Federal Government. Photo: SPEC FILE.
ACCORDING to an Australian National University (ANU) study, changes in voting demographics at the last election spell trouble going forward for the Coalition, who need to regain the female, younger and educated vote.
HAMILTON’S 58th Eisteddfod has been lauded a resounding success with a celebratory return to live performance, as over 200 competitors took part in the competitions.
AFTER a June inspection blitz in the south-west, the Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has said local businesses need to better understand their responsibilities to the environment.
THE Hamilton Gallery will see upgrades to its facilities in the near future after receiving $549,678 from the State Government as part of The Regional Collections Access Program.

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HOLLY Rook’s 16 points helped St Mary’s Black to victory against Sportscene Minders. Photo: GLENN GUY.
MINDERS Blue has cemented its spot in the Hamilton Basketball Association (HBA) Men’s Division 1 top four after a crucial six-point win in its round nine clash against Minders White on Wednesday night.
IT was a day to remember for eight local gymnasts, finishing second at the Judges Invite meet at Eclipse Gymnastics last weekend.
STRONG numbers on Wednesday marked the one millionth sheep sold during the last financial year at the Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange. Photo: GLENN GUY.
NUMBERS lifted this week at Hamilton where agents yarded 10,100 lambs along with 4787 sheep.
GOOD rainfall and high commodity prices have driven strong farm financial performance for 2021-22, particularly in the Western District.
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A STUDY undertaken by the ANU showed age and level of education were key factors determining voter preference that led to the recent change in Federal Government. Photo: SPEC FILE.
ACCORDING to an Australian National University (ANU) study, changes in voting demographics at the last election spell trouble going forward for the Coalition, who need to regain the female, younger and educated vote.
MINDERS Blue has cemented its spot in the Hamilton Basketball Association (HBA) Men’s Division 1 top four after a crucial six-point win in its round nine clash against Minders White on Wednesday night.
CASTERTON has experienced a wetter-than-normal June so far into the month. Photo: JAMES THOMPSON
CASTERTON has already breezed past its June rainfall average, while the month has slightly warmed up in recent days.
THE statement was made and an impressive line-up of musicians and vocalists were out to prove it true on Sunday.
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