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DISTRESSED Dunkeld residents gathered at a meeting on Thursday after dozens of kangaroos were found around town, killed and disembowelled.

Allanah Sciberras - March 14, 2020

PALACE Martial Arts has returned from the Australian Taekwondo Victoria Autumn Poomsae Championships with five gold medals.

Adam Hill - March 14, 2020

Published and unpublished pictures taken by Spectator photographers are available to purchase and can be viewed at the front office: 59 Gray Street, Hamilton.

Lauren Hay - March 11, 2020

Published and unpublished pictures taken by Spectator photographers are available to purchase and can be viewed at the front office: 59 Gray Street, Hamilton.

Lauren Hay - March 8, 2020

AFTER selling his first car, a green Ford Zephyr Mark II, more than 50 years ago, Hamilton’s Doug Ezard thought he would never see his beloved vehicle again. But that all changed recently, after an innocent conversation with his friend, Barry Raymond. “I was helping Barry on his boat and we were reminiscing about the […]

Ash Bolt - March 7, 2020

Published and unpublished pictures taken by Spectator photographers are available to purchase and can be viewed at the front office: 59 Gray Street, Hamilton.

Lauren Hay - March 7, 2020

BRANXHOLME-WALLACEDALE has finalised its netball coaching team for 2020, with Sonia McKay taking on the club’s top job as A grade coach.

Mitch Lang - March 5, 2020

THE inaugural Nat Bell Memorial Buckle stayed in the south-west after Heywood’s Morgan McLean topped the times in the Junior Barrel Race, the event Nat competed in each year, at the Branxholme Rodeo on Saturday.

Adam Hill - February 22, 2020

WORKS to restore one of the Hamilton Botanic Gardens’ most significant features to its former glory are underway this week.

Ash Bolt - February 8, 2020

“THE most horrific act of animal cruelty this area has seen in a long time.”

Allanah Sciberras - February 6, 2020
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