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AUCTIONS are back on at the Macarthur Butter Factory this weekend after COVID-19 restrictions halted operations for six months.

Eliza Sears - November 27, 2021

IT was a week like no other in the Hamilton Basketball Association with more forfeits than games played earlier in the week.

Adam Hill - November 27, 2021

WITH the current COVID-19 outbreak in the community and on the advice of health professionals, Hamilton Institute of Rural Learning (HIRL) has decided to postpone its ‘HIRL Unlocks’ return market which was planned for today.

Blair Burns - November 27, 2021

THE Mininera and District Football League (MDFL) has a new president following the league’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday night.

Adam Hill - November 27, 2021

INDIGENOUS education embedded into the curriculum, not merely a separate part of it – that’s the goal of an expanded new initiative at Portland Secondary College’s Re-engagement Program. The re-engagement program on Wednesday officially unveiled the expansion to the existing curriculum while also celebrating 10 years in existence. Both things have been delayed due to […]

Chalpat Sonti - November 27, 2021

JAMES Moore and Zeth Bennett are two of Portland’s brightest young sporting talents, and they proved it last weekend, when they went off to Melbourne to compete in the Australian Scooter Association’s qualifiers to make it into the State Championships. Both were successful, winning their respective competitions and, with this the first major scooter tournament […]

Thomas Drew - November 27, 2021

THE emergence of COVID-19 cases in Hamilton has wreaked havoc with the scheduling of various upcoming events, forcing rescheduling and even cancellations.

Mark Rabich - November 26, 2021

AFTER a period of more than 20 years away from the role, Hugh Macdonald has returned to the Hamilton Racing Club and was appointed as the new president, following the retirement of Helen Sobey.

Blair Burns - November 26, 2021

A PETITION lodged by Victoria Valley farmers, John and Rhonda Crawford has received more than 4000 signatures since this time last year opposing the proposed plan to reintroduce dingoes into the Grampians National Park.

Blair Burns - November 26, 2021

UNITED Way Glenelg is shifting the focus from chocolate and gifts to spreading kindness and appreciation this holiday season with a community advent calendar. The Acts of Kindness advent calendar aims to inspire the community to carry out one act of kindness every day for 25 days. United Way executive officer Nicole Carr said an […]

Katie Jackson - November 26, 2021
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