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HAMILTON’S University of the Third Age (U3A) members, Chris Simpson and Alex Pederick, were forced to make the change to the new concept of virtual lessons and Zoom meetings during the pandemic.

Blair Burns - May 12, 2021

TELSTRA has warned users its network around Hamilton would be impacted over the next six days as planned upgrades took place.

Tara Fry - May 12, 2021

BACKLASH around the proposal of lowering speed limits on regional roads has been met with support by Lowan MP, Emma Kealy.

Blair Burns - May 12, 2021

SOUTH-WEST residents have much to consider following Tuesday’s Federal budget, handed down by treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

Mark Rabich - May 12, 2021

CAFÉS, restaurants and pubs will no longer have to follow density requirements from the end of the month, with the one person per square metre rules set to be lifted in the coming weeks.

Ash Bolt - May 10, 2021

A HAMILTON man has been charged with carjacking after allegedly stealing an acquaintance’s car while getting a lift on Sunday night.

Ash Bolt - May 10, 2021

SINGLE parents with children could be able to buy a home with just a two per cent deposit under a new scheme included in today’s federal budget.

Ash Bolt - May 10, 2021

THE vibrant local town of Dunkeld has reached new heights after being announced as a finalist in ‘Victoria’s Top Tourism Town’ awards with the winner to be decided by public vote.

Blair Burns - May 10, 2021

TOMORROW marks the national day of celebration for mums, but the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) Hamilton Group has been celebrating mums all week.

Tara Fry - May 7, 2021

HAMILTON’S youth wellbeing services are in crisis mode, with a severe lack of inpatient mental health support options available for local students.

Campbell Kirwan - May 7, 2021
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