REGIONAL hospitality businesses have been left scrambling this week, after the Victorian Government announced on Thursday that staff would need to be fully vaccinated by yesterday’s deadline to continue working.
ALTHOUGH Dunkeld woman, Kelly Barnes missed out on winning the AgriFutures Rural Women’s National Award earlier this week, she is upbeat about the future of her local Working Dog Training School and the scope of its associated mental health program.
STUDENTS in years 10-12 at Monivae College were given the opportunity to apply for a new, innovative program which will form part of the school’s new curriculum for 2022 - the Ignite program.
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.
THE limited restrictions for weddings have made them a nightmare to plan over the past 18 months, but they have eased just in time for Hamilton couple, Bec Grayson and Nick Sherlock to tie the knot today.
BRIGHT and colourful shirts were part of the Loud Shirt Day at Mulleraterong Centre today with lots of variety on display.
HAMILTON Crime Investigation Unit detectives have released images of allegedly stolen jewellery as part of ongoing burglary investigations.
THE Coleraine Casterton Medical Centre is believed to be in danger of closing towards the end of November.
SHADOW treasurer, David Davis has criticised the State Government for the latest employment figures, claiming Victorian workers face fewer opportunities as jobs and working hours diminish.
POSTAL and freight services are set to be impacted by a 24-hour strike today as three major logistics companies grapple with pressure from the Transport Workers Union (TWU) to agree with demands about pay and job security.