A BELOVED family home has been destroyed in a “tragic” house fire in Willatook.
SHOPFRONTS are being snapped up across the Greater Hamilton region as many locals look to take the next step in their small business ventures.
HAMILTON RSL Sub-Branch members are remaining “hopeful” that the traditional parade and dawn services can go ahead this ANZAC Day.
BUSINESSES impacted by last week’s snap five-day lockdown will be supported by a $143 million funding package announced by the State Government.
THE developers behind the proposed $85 million Cape Bridgewater resort have responded to claims by objectors that the project could end up being a front for Chinese investment. Australian Tourism Group is seeking to develop the resort, which is planned to have 88 hotel rooms in four separate buildings and 18 one- and two-bedroom villas. […]
ONE of the first major outdoor events since the coronavirus pandemic to be held in Portland went off without a hitch on Saturday. The Classics by the Bay show ‘n’ shine, organised by the Portland Classic Auto Club, took place on the foreshore, with a good crowd backing up some fine weather. It had been […]
POLICE are investigating a single-vehicle crash in Byaduk that saw a 16-year-old boy airlifted to a Melbourne hospital with head injuries over the weekend.
AGED care residents, nurses, doctors, disability support residents and hotel quarantine workers were among the first Australians to receive a COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday, in what was described as a “landmark day” for the nation.
KERR & Co Livestock’s Harrison Cozens will take to the stands in Shepparton today, competing in the Australian Livestock and Property Agents Association (ALPA) Victorian Young Auctioneers Competition.
WORKSAFE has laid eight charges against a turf club and horse trainer over the death of a former local apprentice jockey.