MANY Christmas/New Year holiday traditions have been put on hold this summer, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, but one is going as stronger – or perhaps even stronger than ever. And that is the influx of visitors to the Sawpit free camping ground in the Mt Clay State Forest. As usual, they’ve come from […]
A $440,000 rebuild of the All Saints Catholic Church presbytery and office is now complete, with the residence now a pleasure to live in, Parish priest Father Greg Tait said. The six star-rated energy efficient building features double-glazed windows, extensive insulation and a large solar photovoltaic system featuring micro inverters that help make the panels […]
PORTLAND Colts are the Portland and District Cricket Association’s top Twenty20 side for the 2020-21 season after defeating Tyrendarra in a grand final match up on Friday. After finishing in first and second during the five-round regular series through November and December, Colts and Tyrendarra met on the turf wicket at Henty Park on Friday […]
IT has been a tough couple of years for Dunkeld’s Ryan Burgess who has been burdened by a tumour on his spine which forced him to step away from his sporting community and turned his world upside down.
GRAMPIANS cricketer, Josh Gordon, made the most of his final junior country week campaign, topping the runs tally during Hamilton’s Under-17 campaign in Warrnambool last week.
THE second ever Western District Girls Shield started yesterday with the Hamilton and District Cricket Association (HDCA) once again hosting the now annual event.
A DUNKELD resident has been left frustrated by a Parks Victoria plan to build fences along the Grampians Peaks Trail and said it would limit “useful access” to a section of his property.
IT is unusual for someone to retire from a long career and go right back to university, but that is exactly what former Baimbridge College vice-principal, Rosemary Morgan did last year.
“UNBELIEVABLE”, “sensational”, and “phenomenal” were just a few of the words used to describe last week’s annual weaner sales.
VICTORIA has gone five days without a locally acquired case of COVID-19, with health authorities considering whether to reopen the New South Wales border.