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STEPHANIE Austin has been awarded a Southern Grampians Youth Achievement Award for her determination and kindness.

Allanah Sciberras - November 17, 2020

COLLEGE continued its dominant start to the Hamilton and District Cricket Association (HDCA) A grade season with a win against Macarthur on Saturday. The Eagles travelled to Macarthur and after winning the toss, Charles Murrie sent the Demons to the crease and early wickets were in order. Subscribe to read full story.

Mitch Lang - November 17, 2020

WESTERN District Health Service (WDHS) staff, Madonna Spong, Mary Saligari and Jenny Kearney have dedicated many sears of service to their facilities.

Mitch Lang - November 17, 2020

NIGEL Crawford, 42, of Tennyson Street, Hamilton, had his application for bail rejected on Friday when he fronted the Warrnambool Magistrates Court. Charged with drug trafficking, Mr Crawford made an unrepresented bail application, which was denied. The court heard Mr Crawford was intercepted driving a silver Holden Commodore at Tarrington about 1am on Friday. A […]

Admin - November 17, 2020

HAMILTON galloper, Tan Check, made a one act affair of the 2020 William Thomson Dunkeld Cup, saluting easily by five lengths on Saturday. Trained by James Bull, the lightly raced six-year-old gelding romped to the front well before the home turn before giving jockey, Dean Holland, an armchair ride to the winning post. It was […]

Adam Hill - November 17, 2020

MACARTHUR’S Music in the Vines won’t look the same in 2021, with COVID-19 restrictions forcing a change in plans.

Ash Bolt - November 17, 2020

THIS week has seen a mixed result so far as the weather is concerned with good weather on Saturday leading to poor weather on Wednesday, which included thunder and lightning that made the ladies having to abandon their rounds.

Spec.com.au - November 14, 2020

A HAMILTON man in his 40s fronted the Warrnambool Magistrates Court yesterday, charged with possession of traffickable quantity of drugs.

Tara Fry - November 14, 2020

FROM a family business which started in 1966 to retirement in 2020, David and Helen Morrison have been through a rollercoaster ride in the real estate industry.

Mitch Lang - November 14, 2020

IN the past eight months, COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the Southern Grampians and Moyne Shire’s economy according to latest data from analytics consulting firm, Taylor Fry.

Allanah Sciberras - November 14, 2020
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