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Monday, June, 27, 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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VICTORIA Police Western Region have announced Michael Grainger as the new assistant commissioner. Photo: SUPPLIED.
VICTORIA Police Western Region has welcomed a new assistant commissioner to lead police efforts in keeping Victorians safe across Western Victoria.
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.
TO help kids beat boredom these school holidays, The Greater Hamilton Library Winter School Holiday Program is returning this week with a range of activities providing fun for all ages.
CASTERTON has already breezed past its June rainfall average, while the month has slightly warmed up in recent days.

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CAVENDISH forward, Sam Gibson has been dominant in front of goal this year and Saturday’s game against Coleraine was no exception, he added another five majors to his season tally, which now sits at 33. Photo: SPEC FILE.
CAVENDISH has claimed outright third place on the South West District Football netball League ladder after a complete demolition of Tyrendarra at home on Saturday with an emphatic 17.19 (121) – 1.2 (8) victory.
INACCURATE kicking from the Hamilton Kangaroos could’ve quite possibly cost them a spot in the finals as they went down by just one point to Warrnambool at Reid Oval in round 11 of the Hampden Football Netball League (HFNL) senior football.
THE VFF is sending a travelling sheep and goat roadshow to visit Hamilton that will give livestock producers the opportunity to hear from a range of expert speakers. The free event includes dinner and will be held on Wednesday, July 6, between 6-9pm at the Hamilton Golf Club. Photo: SPEC FILE.
THE Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) Stock Sense team is sending a travelling sheep and goat roadshow to Hamilton to present a free workshop on relevant health, welfare, and biosecurity issues next Wednesday, July 6, between 6-9pm pm at the Hamilton Golf Club.
NUMBERS lifted this week at Hamilton where agents yarded 10,100 lambs along with 4787 sheep.
1 Grosvenor Place, Hamilton. Price $995,000.00.
1 Grosvenor Place, Hamilton. Price $995,000.00. Contact Sam Groves at Groves Real Estate, Corner of Gray and Brown Street, Hamilton on 0400 547207
THE VFF is sending a travelling sheep and goat roadshow to visit Hamilton that will give livestock producers the opportunity to hear from a range of expert speakers. The free event includes dinner and will be held on Wednesday, July 6, between 6-9pm at the Hamilton Golf Club. Photo: SPEC FILE.
THE Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) Stock Sense team is sending a travelling sheep and goat roadshow to Hamilton to present a free workshop on relevant health, welfare, and biosecurity issues next Wednesday, July 6, between 6-9pm pm at the Hamilton Golf Club.
CAVENDISH has claimed outright third place on the South West District Football netball League ladder after a complete demolition of Tyrendarra at home on Saturday with an emphatic 17.19 (121) – 1.2 (8) victory.
THERE were masters of prose aplenty when the Lions hosted the annual Poets’ Breakfast for Kelpie Muster weekend. Photo: JAMES THOMPSON
CASTERTON has already breezed past its June rainfall average, while the month has slightly warmed up in recent days.
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