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THE Red Gums of the Dundas Tablelands are potentially under threat from a massive wind farm development stretching from Tahara in the south to Nareen in the north, a distance of some 40 kilometres.

Admin - April 9, 2024

CLOSURE of the Glenthompson Outdoor Swimming Pool has been recommended to the Southern Grampians Shire Council via a management report and has been listed as the first agenda item ahead of next week’s ordinary meeting.

Lizzie Hallam - April 5, 2024

THRILLED to surpass last year’s fundraising efforts was the Hamilton contingency of the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday appeal this year.

Lizzie Hallam - April 2, 2024

THE new Australian Biosecurity Protection Levy passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday and was immediately met with a chorus of criticism from farmers, agricultural groups and the Federal Opposition.

Mark Rabich - March 31, 2024

FOUR men aged between 20 and 55 were arrested last week in Coleraine after a successful police raid uncovered more than a dozen illegal plants grown across several properties.

Admin - March 26, 2024

IT is no exaggeration to call volunteers with St John Ambulance community heroes.

Portland Observer - March 23, 2024

A ‘CALL to action’ meeting of CBD business owners will be held tonight to discuss the recent installation of new parking meters, with associated restrictions, claiming the new installations were “having a major impact on (sic) trade”.

Admin - March 19, 2024

REMOVAL of the Evie Networks Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station from its present site was again on the agenda for the Southern Grampians Shire Council’s (SGSC) latest ordinary meeting at Coleraine on Wednesday night.

Lizzie Hallam - March 15, 2024

LOCAL CFA crews were responding to a fire on Monday afternoon at Dunkeld as the result of a blown tyre when CFA crews were once again called to another suspicious fire on a day of Total Fire Ban at Gazette.

Lizzie Hallam - March 12, 2024

OPPONENTS to the Victorian Government’s proposed Port of Melbourne tax said it would be passed on to rural and region truckies, farmers, and Victorian families who will pay more for goods and force regional truck companies off the road.

Lizzie Hallam - March 8, 2024