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Further Sheepvention details released
ANNOUNCED early on Tuesday afternoon, the organising committee of Sheepvention Rural Expo has made a strategic decision to cancel this year's Ram Sale.
HAMPSHIRE Down has been chosen as the feature breed for Sheepvention 2024. The dual-purpose sheep is part of the old heritage breeds and has been officially recognised since 1861, arriving in Australia not long after. Photo: SUPPLIED.

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THE Salvation Army Portland captain Peter Stamp holding a donation tub and QR codes that can be found around Portland.
THERE are nine days left until The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal ends, however Portland Salvo’s are far from their fundraising target and need the community’s help.
LAST week, the Hamilton and District Legacy (HDL) club ran a junior public speaking competition that was open to surrounding secondary schools in the district.
A RECREATION precinct in Macarthur, which was redeveloped with extensive community consultation, was now complete thanks to the investment from the Macarthur community and all levels of government.
AVIAN influenza virus has been confirmed at a seventh Victorian farm, a commercial egg farm that was already in quarantine within the current Restricted Area in the Golden Plains Shire, where movement restrictions are already in place.

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THE Portland Runners Club is hosting its annual Winter Solstice Fun Run this Sunday, with organisers saying they’re looking at another strong year of participation. (From left): Dale Radcliffe, Kay Antony, Dawn Reynolds, Tracy Jensen.
THE Portland Runners Club will bring back its annual Winter Solstice Fun Run on Sunday, in what’s set to be another huge event for the club.
IN a wake-up call for the whole South West District Football Netball League (SWDFNL) competition, Coleraine has opened the premiership race with a win against the previously undefeated Dartmoor at Silvester Oval on Saturday, 12.4 (76) to Dartmoor’s 9.8 (62).
AGVIC saw a funding cut of around 30 per cent in the coming years budget, compared to last year with the Victorian Farmers Federation saying it was a missed opportunity to invest in Victorian agriculture. Photo: SPEC FILE.
MAY saw the release of a tight state budget for the coming financial year by the Victorian Government, which didn’t bring any joy for the agriculture sector.
WARRNAMBOOL Indigenous artist Sherry Johnstone – a Keerray Woorroong and Yorta Yorta woman, has designed the Geelong Football Clubs 2024 Indigenous jumper.
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THE Coleraine and District Development Association combined with friends of the Peter Francis Points Arboretum on Saturday, May 11, and formed ‘The Points’ committee, which underwent work to tidy up and protect native plants in the area. Pictured are volunteers enjoying the sunshine and conversation after the working bee. Photo: SUPPLIED.
MEMBERS and friends of the Peter Francis Points Arboretum joined with the Coleraine and District Development Association last month for a working bee at ‘The Points’.
IN a wake-up call for the whole South West District Football Netball League (SWDFNL) competition, Coleraine has opened the premiership race with a win against the previously undefeated Dartmoor at Silvester Oval on Saturday, 12.4 (76) to Dartmoor’s 9.8 (62).
THE Portland Runners Club is hosting its annual Winter Solstice Fun Run this Sunday, with organisers saying they’re looking at another strong year of participation. (From left): Dale Radcliffe, Kay Antony, Dawn Reynolds, Tracy Jensen.
THE Portland Runners Club will bring back its annual Winter Solstice Fun Run on Sunday, in what’s set to be another huge event for the club.
THERE are nine days left until The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal ends, however Portland Salvo’s are far from their fundraising target and need the community’s help.
CATS skipper, Diarmid Cleary, boots the team into attack during Saturday’s clash against East Gambier. Photo: FRANK MONGER PHOTOGRAPHY.
“ON the road again, Just can't wait to get on the road again.”
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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