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HAMILTON will travel to Dunkeld Turf to take on Grampians in Hamilton and District Cricket Association (HDCA) A grade round three action today.

Adam Hill - November 14, 2020

THE Dunkeld Cup day, an iconic racing meeting, set beneath the beautiful Grampians mountain range with an ability to attract modern-day race crowds in excess of 10,000, is a day circled on the racing and social calendar by many across Victoria and abroad.

Adam Hill - November 14, 2020

NAIDOC Week celebrations commenced on Tuesday with Western District Health Service (WDHS) partnering with Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation for an online flag raising ceremony and artwork launch. The community was invited to watch WDHS’s Facebook page on Tuesday as it live steamed the ceremony which included speeches by Aunty Janice Lovett, Rohan Fitzgerald and Shane Boney. […]

Allanah Sciberras - November 12, 2020

AT the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the country units to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our nation.

Mitch Lang - November 12, 2020

THE Southern Grampians Shire and the Hamilton Regional Business Association (HRBA) are encouraging the community to shop local with their Click for Christmas campaign.

Ash Bolt - November 12, 2020

LACRIMA’S easy win in the Phillips Farm Machinery Maiden Plate at Hamilton on Tuesday held special significance for both her trainer and jockey.

Peter Morganti - November 12, 2020

THE Hamilton and Alexandra College (THAC) rowers travelled to Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree last weekend to compete in Rowing Victoria’s (RV) first regatta for the 2020-2021 season. RV Schools Ballarat Regatta was held under tight COVID-19 safe restrictions with seven schools in attendance. Race one for Saturday featured THAC students, Nina Pern and Rebecca Koch, coach […]

Ashley Quinsey - November 12, 2020

WESTERN District Health Service (WDHS) is confident its COVID-19 staff screening and testing protocols are keeping the community safe from the virus.

Ash Bolt - November 10, 2020

A PENSHURST man has been sentenced to nine months in jail for his involvement in a ram raid that cause almost $200,000 worth of damage to a Warrnambool shopping centre.

Ash Bolt - November 10, 2020

HAMILTON Gallery will reopen this week, after a significant easing of Victorian COVID-19 restrictions.

Allanah Sciberras - November 10, 2020
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