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INTERNATIONAL students will gradually start returning to the state by the end of the year under the Victorian Government’s Student Arrivals Plan which was submitted to the Commonwealth for approval. Victorian Government’s Student Arrivals Plan which was submitted to the Commonwealth for approval.

Blair Burns - October 15, 2021

AFTER 20 days of free parking in the CBD, Hamilton locals are back to looking through their bags for loose change to fill the parking meters.

Blair Burns - October 15, 2021

CONCERNS have been raised in the local community about the suitability of the locations of two major housing developments planned for Hamilton.

Mark Rabich - October 15, 2021

THE first cases of coronavirus in Glenelg Shire since August last year have so far spread no further than the family which contracted it. Three positive tests were returned by a Portland family on Tuesday, following a week of the virus being detected in the city’s wastewater. While those tests don’t quite line up with […]

Chalpat Sonti - October 15, 2021

THE coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been kind to many parts of the community, but in Portland arts has been one sector that has risen above the hurdles to, if not thrive then at least keep its head above water. Full story in Friday's Observer.

Chalpat Sonti - October 15, 2021

THE Portland Croquet Club held a come-and-try day at the Portland Botanic Gardens on the weekend, as part of the Victorian Seniors Festival. Full story in Friday's Observer.

Thomas Drew - October 15, 2021

THE Portland Football Netball Club hosted its 2021 best and fairest awards on Saturday, celebrating another year within the Hampden Football Netball League. Full details in Tuesday's Observer.

Samuel Ord - October 13, 2021

THE final pieces of the town jetty puzzle have been put in place, with seating, lighting and the gantry installed Monday. Full details in Tuesday's Observer.

Katie Jackson - October 13, 2021

IT’S the language of our times so it was probably only a matter of time before someone got creative with it – and that’s exactly what a Portland couple have done. Full story in Tuesday's Observer.

Chalpat Sonti - October 13, 2021

JOSH Dwyer and Alicia Moloney have claimed the top awards, as Port Fairy concluded its 2021 Hampden Football Netball League season with its best and fairest count on Sunday.

Lauren Hay - October 13, 2021

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