THE Hamilton Basketball Association (HBA) is currently facing plenty of decisions about the future of the 2020-21 season, but the Men’s Division One season so far has provided plenty of positive signs.
LOCAL endurance runners, Brendon Paterson and Jonathan Rentsch are both looking to compete at the Melbourne Marathon later this year and are looking forward to the challenge.
DUNKELD CFA recently welcomed Robert Funk into the role of captain and he is ready to lead the brigade in a range of fire prevention and emergency situations.
A YOUNG former Hamilton boy has grown his hair out for the past three years and will soon cut it all off to donate to a charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair.
WITH almost 400 exposure sites around the state now identified, Western District Health Service has ramped up its preparations in the event COVID-19 found its way to the region.
AN almost 60-year-old H28 yacht will be given a much-needed upgrade. Full story in Friday's Observer
THE tide has turned at the Portland and Heywood State Emergency Services as long-standing controller Charlie Debono has stepped down from his dual role to make room for two new faces. Full story in Friday's Observer
ORGANISERS at the Portland Basketball Association are optimistic about the return of NBL1 team Mount Gambier to Portland’s courts this coming season after a meeting last week.
LOCAL sport has suffered another major setback after the statewide lockdown was extended for a further seven-day period until next Tuesday night at 11.59pm meaning there will be no community sport for another weekend.
YOUNG athlete, Matilda Mason continues to perform well across a range of sports after recently travelling to Warrnambool bringing home a first place in the 12/13 Secondary Girls section at the School Sport Victoria Western Region Cross Country Championships.