Front Page

Articles

589 article(s) from Articles

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 […]

Chalpat Sonti - January 12, 2021

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 […]

Angela McFeeters - January 12, 2021

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 […]

Samuel Ord - January 12, 2021

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.

Mitch Lang - January 11, 2021

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.

Adam Hill - January 11, 2021

THE second ever Western District Girls Shield started yesterday with the Hamilton and District Cricket Association (HDCA) once again hosting the now annual event.

Adam Hill - January 11, 2021

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.

Ash Bolt - January 11, 2021

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.

Spec.com.au - January 11, 2021

“UNBELIEVABLE”, “sensational”, and “phenomenal” were just a few of the words used to describe last week’s annual weaner sales.

Blair Burns - January 11, 2021

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.

Ash Bolt - January 11, 2021

ADVERTISEMENT

crossmenu