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THE Hamilton and District Cricket Association kept its unbeaten representative record going for the 2020-21 season with a 125-run win against the Portland and District Cricket Association at Monivae on Sunday.

Adam Hill - February 22, 2021

AGED care residents, nurses, doctors, disability support residents and hotel quarantine workers were among the first Australians to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, in what was described as a “landmark day” for the nation.

Allanah Sciberras - February 22, 2021

KERR & Co Livestock’s Harrison Cozens will take to the stands in Shepparton today, competing in the Australian Livestock and Property Agents Association (ALPA) Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition.

Blair Burns - February 22, 2021

WORKSAFE has laid eight charges against a turf club and horse trainer over the death of a former local apprentice jockey.

Ash Bolt - February 22, 2021

THERE has been a “substantial increase” in COVID-19 vaccine resistance and hesitancy among Australians, according to data from The Australian National University (ANU).

Allanah Sciberras - February 19, 2021

FACEBOOK has restricted Australian media companies and users from sharing news content on the platform, provoking backlash from ministers, users and organisations.

Allanah Sciberras - February 19, 2021

SMALL business owners across Hamilton breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday, reopening after the five-day “circuit-breaker” lockdown.

Allanah Sciberras - February 19, 2021

SPECPRINT has recently welcomed two new faces to its team who will work alongside commercial print manager, Ashley Quinsey.

Blair Burns - February 19, 2021

WITH a captivating street appeal, Locherbie makes a bold statement before you even step inside.

Admin - February 19, 2021

TOMORROW sees round two of the Festival of Cricket take place, as the Portland and District Cricket Association (PDCA) sends two teams north, including an Over-40s game.

Mitch Lang - February 19, 2021
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