BENDIGO Bank’s unique and internationally acclaimed banking model of community owned and operated branches has celebrated 25 years in Australia.
IN just over 48 hours since Victoria Police launched Operation Scoreboard across the state at 12:01am on Wednesday, south west Victoria police has already reported 124 driving offences.
A 26-year-old HAMILTON man has been arrested by police in Werribee on Friday morning in relation to an armed burglary committed at a stranger’s house on Tuesday afternoon.
HAMILTON Crime Investigation Unit detectives have released images and footage of a vehicle as part of their investigation into an aggravated burglary in Hamilton.
VICTORIANS have finally got their freedom back after major COVID-19 restrictions were slashed as the state races towards 90 per cent double vaccination – venue and capacity limits no longer exist for the fully vaccinated.
THE Hamilton Spectator placed in the top three for the Rural Press Club of Victoria’s media outlet of the year award during a virtual ceremony on Thursday night. The Spectator was commended for its commitment to keeping the local community informed and was one of three outlets nominated for the prestigious award.
ANYONE not working from home will be required to be at least partially vaccinated over the next two weeks, under a new State Government plan to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Premier, Daniel Andrews announced yesterday that all authorised workers would be required to have had their first vaccination by October 14, and their second […]
A REZONING of land south-west of Macarthur near Budj Bim National Park has alarmed a number of farmers in the area. Recently they received notice that substantial areas of land they lived and farmed on was being reclassified as a rural conservation zone and felt that Moyne Shire was not being open of the reasons […]
HAMILTON’S streets are expected to be filled with classic motorcycles and cars in November, as the Victorian chapter of the Knights Motorcycle Club hosts a fundraiser for Western District Health Service’s MRI appeal.
HAMILTON looks likely to escape its COVID-19 scare unscathed, with no cases detected following the identification of 11 exposure sites in town last week, but Western District Health Service has encouraged the community to remain vigilant.