CHRISTMAS is usually the busiest time of the year at Hamilton’s Post Office, but this year’s figures tell a different story.
SOME Portland sporting clubs are returning to activity this week after the easing of restrictions last week has allowed training and competition under strict protocols. The restrictions allow for all outdoor junior training and sport to take place; however, no indoor sporting activity is allowed. For adults, outdoor non-contact training has been given the go […]
VOTERS will have plenty of choices in the upcoming local government elections, with 15 nominees running for a seat on the Southern Grampians Shire council. Nominations closed at midday on Tuesday, with 15 community members putting their hands up for the seven seats on the council. There will be at least two new faces on […]
IT was a season punctured by coronavirus, briefly got back on track and ended with a whimper – but local crayfishers can see some positive signs heading into summer. The 2019-20 crayfishing season ended last Wednesday with a whimper, as the disruption caused by the coronavirus made itself well and truly felt – particularly with […]
VICTORIA recorded 15 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths on Wednesday, taking the state’s death toll to 771.
ANDY Wettenhall was set to pull on the Hamilton Kangaroos guernsey for the first time in April, but coronavirus forced him to postpone it for at least 12 months.
COMPETITION deprived golfers returned to the Parklands course last Friday, each determined to be on their mettle for the much-anticipated resumption of golfing hostilities.
AFTER the heartache of not being able to fight for the Dundas cup last season, the Pumas will be looking for redemption as the new year kicks off.
IF you passed little Layla Robertson in the street, you would be completely unaware of the battle she had to fight just moments after entering the world.
A GPS tracker has led to the arrest of a Geelong region man who allegedly stole a car from Hamilton on Saturday morning.