Thursday, September, 23, 2021
Hamilton 10/20
Roadmap released
FAMILIES across the south-west will be able to have 30 visitors at their homes in time for Christmas under the roadmap out of the COVID-19 pandemic released by the State Government on Sunday.

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THE Hamilton Fire Brigade has been keeping the community safe since 1870. Much has changed within the brigade over its 150 years, from its origins as a ‘hook and ladder’ brigade to its current 57-strong membership. Photo: LAUREN HAY.
SOUTH West Coast MP, Roma Britnell believes the State Government’s announcement it would help fund eight social housing projects in the south-west doesn’t go far enough.
THE Evergreens Traditional Jazz Band put a smile on the face of many locals on Saturday morning when it set up on the balcony of the Hub and played some well-known songs to raise money for Western District Health Service’s (WDHS) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine appeal.
FAMILIES will have to find a new way to celebrate New Year’s Eve this year as the Hamilton Rotary Club has made the early decision to cancel its annual Melville Oval festival.
GLENTHOMPSON-DUNKELD’S netball season was capped off with top two finishes for (from left) Jess Field, 18, Sarah Gordon, Ally Gordon and Kellie Sommerville. Photo: TASH FRANKO.

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THE agriculture sector is poised to smash production value records this year, with the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) predicting the gross value of production would hit $73 billion in 2021-22.
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HAMILTON residents were quick to get tested on Wednesday at the WDHS drive-through clinic after COVID-19 exposure sites in Hamilton were identified late on Tuesday. Photo: TASH FRANKO.
NICE to see you… maybe not – Steve Davis is an expert in handling snakes such as this Tiger, but giving them a wide berth is his best advice for anyone who might come across one. Picture: KAREN HODGE 210915kh31
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.