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Dennis Dawson - September 11, 2020

FARMERS are being urged to check their crop closely as armyworms are becoming more frequent and increasingly more damaging. Agriculture Victoria land management extension officer, Heather Drendel said there were higher numbers of armyworm and she urged farmers to address the issue promptly. “There are higher numbers than usual this year in some crops,” she […]

Mitch Lang - September 11, 2020

WESTERN District Health Service (WDHS) is calling for the State Government to fund a “long-awaited” revamp of Hamilton Hospital’s emergency and intensive care departments. WDHS board chairman, Darren Barber hoped the State Government considered a “much-needed” $29 million upgrade of the hospital’s emergency department (ED), intensive care unit (ICU) and radiology areas, as part of […]

Allanah Sciberras - September 11, 2020

FORMER City of Hamilton mayor, Kevin Thomas will be recognised for his extensive community service, with the Southern Grampians Shire Council voting this week to name the Lake Hamilton walking track after him.

Ash Bolt - September 11, 2020

A FORMER Hamilton man charged with assaulting a police officer has lost his bid to be released on bail.

Admin - September 11, 2020

STRONG fields are the order of the day for Thoroughbred Racing at Hamilton on Monday.

Admin - September 11, 2020

THERE will be no changes to the player points tally for any of the south-west clubs after AFL Western District released the totals for the 2021 season.

Adam Hill - September 11, 2020

VICTORIA has recorded 43 new COVID-19 cases and nine deaths overnight, taking the state’s COVID-19 death toll to 710.

Allanah Sciberras - September 11, 2020

LOCAL beautician, Abbey Edwards has been left “shocked” to learn that her business will remain closed until late November.

Allanah Sciberras - September 9, 2020

REGIONAL students will head back into classrooms weeks earlier than their Melbourne counterparts.

Allanah Sciberras - September 9, 2020
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