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RECENT rain has put today’s Hamilton Cup in doubt with the meet to either shift location or change days.

Adam Hill - October 10, 2020

WITH regional cases remaining consistently in single digits, the regions may be able to take a “small steps forward” to reopening if COVID-19 case numbers are more “stubborn” in metro Melbourne than expected.

Allanah Sciberras - October 10, 2020

THE Coleraine Caravan Park was evacuated on Thursday night as heavy rains lead to flooding in the town.

Chris Doheny - October 10, 2020

A HEALTHY spring, elevated demand for breeding stock and healthy online competition produced record prices at Hamilton’s annual Spring Store Cattle Sale on Thursday, with weaner heifers selling to 485c/kg.

Kristy McDonald - October 10, 2020

MORE than 11 million Australians will receive a tax cut under the Federal Budget handed down on Tuesday. Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg said the budget was designed to pull the country out of “the most severe global economic crisis since the Great Depression” by creating jobs and putting more money in the pockets of Australians. Under the […]

Ash Bolt - October 8, 2020

“NO offences have been substantiated in relation to the Kangaroo Harvesting Program in the Dunkeld area.”
This was the response Southern Grampians Shire Council (SGSC) received from agriculture minister, Jaclyn Symes, regarding the mistreatment of kangaroos in Dunkeld.

Allanah Sciberras - October 8, 2020

THANKS to great work from regional Victorians living in the south-west, there are now no active COVID-19 cases in the region.

Allanah Sciberras - October 8, 2020

HAWKESDALE export, Melissa Julius, is eyeing off a return to the saddle at Hamilton this weekend after recovering from a nasty fall at Moonee Valley on Friday night.

Adam Hill - October 8, 2020

FRUSTRATION continues to grow for many with the chance of junior basketball resuming in the region dwindling by the day.

Adam Hill - October 8, 2020

HAMILTON local, Lisa Grayland is taking up the MS Walk, Run and Roll event this October to raise awareness and funds for Multiple Sclerosis Limited (MS) research.

Allanah Sciberras - October 6, 2020
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