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THEY have seen some of the most horrific disasters in our district’s history, risked their lives on many occasions and between them, given more than 110 years’ service to their community. And they reckon they’ve still got a few years left to give. In the lead up to national volunteer week, the CFA honoured a […]

Kristy McDonald - May 14, 2021

SOUTHERN Grampians Shire councillors have knocked back a request from the Hamilton Regional Business Association (HRBA) to remove the fee for dropping off recycling at transfer stations, instead committing to investigate other ways to reduce the cost of recycling.

Ash Bolt - May 14, 2021

COLERAINE’S senior football team will receive a huge boost today with the one-off inclusion of former Richmond and Hawthorn big-man, Tyrone Vickery.

Mitch Lang - May 14, 2021

FOR the second time in The Hamilton and Alexandra College (THAC) sporting history, the school has claimed all three Glenelg Division shields, winning the athletics, swimming and cross country titles in 2021.

Mitch Lang - May 14, 2021

THE Glenelg Region Hockey Association (GRHA) will send four teams down to the Hockey Victoria Junior Country Championships this weekend.

Adam Hill - May 14, 2021

THE Southern Grampians Shire is committed to reducing the amount of waste going to landfill, and it is crucial for residents to dispose of items in the correct kerbside bins.

Campbell Kirwan - May 14, 2021

NURSE immunisers from Western District Health Service (WDHS) travelled to Coleraine this week as part of a program to increase accessibility to the COVID-19 vaccinations.

Blair Burns - May 14, 2021

NEXT week’s state budget will see a $210 million investment to try and clear backlogs in the court system caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ash Bolt - May 14, 2021

WHAT do custom timber cuts, a scrap metal facility, learning how to lay bricks, building furniture for pubs and a music studio have in common? Pretty soon, all going to plan, they’ll all be in the former Glenelg Warehouse on the corner of Browning and Learmonth Sts in Portland. Four local men have big plans […]

Chalpat Sonti - May 14, 2021

THE Portland Adult Riding Club hosted its second annual Dressage Day on Sunday, pulling over 50 riders from all over Victoria and parts of South Australia for a serious day of dressage. Dressage, for those unfamiliar, is an Olympic discipline of exhibition riding, sometimes described as ‘ballet on horseback’, where horse and rider are expected […]

Thomas Drew - May 14, 2021
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