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Foodies are appy
Bendigo Weekly
Food connoisseurs and hungry visitors will be chuffed with a new food and wine app. Bendigo Regional Tourism are launching the Bendigo Region Food and Wine Fossicking app today at the Sutton Grange Winery. BRT chair Paula Nixon said many producers, cafes and restaurants in the region were res..
28-Jul-2014
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No beef with Macca's plan
Bendigo Weekly
A new $1 million McDonald’s in California Gully is expected to be given the green light at this week’s Greater Bendigo council meeting. Councillors are recommended to approve the use and development of the 24 hour restaurant, its illuminated signage and the 12 metre high illuminate..
28-Jul-2014
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Council budget dissent
Bendigo Weekly
Greater Bendigo council's 2014-15 budget will face significant dissent this week. The draft budget will be put before council on Wednesday night for final approval. The budget will recommend a six per cent rates rise, with a capital expenditure of just $26.79 million of its $93.3m rates ..
27-Jul-2014
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ROSI FUTURE
Anthony Radford
Rosalind Park is being returned to the public in a dramatic change of policy direction and tradition. The draft Rosalind Park Masterplan, to be unveiled in the coming weeks, recommends ridding the park of most of its car spaces and creating a series of stunning new lawns and gardens. It propo..
26-Jul-2014
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A journey across faiths
Christine McGinn
A deep purple hijab frames the face of Concepción Ollivier, a Bendigo Muslim woman. For many people she is an anomaly. A Catholic who converted to Islam. A Catholic who is now affectionately known as Aneesa by her Muslim family and friends. With her is her friend Kimberly Amatullah. K..
26-Jul-2014
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'We don't have influence'
Christine McGinn
Most locals do not feel they have any ability to influence Greater Bendigo council decisions, according to a new report. Council’s Wellbeing Survey revealed 82 per cent of residents said they did not have the ability to influence council’s decisions. The 2014 report found 48 per ..
26-Jul-2014
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ART vs Science
Australian electronic pop trio Art vs. Science are ever-strengthening their hold on the Australian music scene, with successful single following successful single, and now finally, a debut album, The Experiment. Reviews have been a mixed bag and some of the songs on the album are very, very stra..
24-Mar-2011
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Hall Pass
Movie: Hall Pass (MA) Starring: Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis THE majority of the romantic comedy Hall Pass follows the Hollywood formula of its genre that has worked and not worked for countless of similar movies. However, the only factor that makes this predominantly unexciting project diff..
24-Mar-2011
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Alive and kicking
Bendigo, brace yourself. The Sydney pop-punk whirlwind known as Tonight Alive will be ripping through our fine city next Wednesday, Feb 16 Armed with youth, great musicianship and more energy than cyclone Yasi, Bendigo is in for a real treat. Attracting almost viral hype with only one EP..
15-Feb-2011
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Gold goes it alone
Bendigo Weekly
By JOEL PETERSON The Bendigo Football Club‘s alignment with Essendon is over, after they bravely went down in their VFL elimination final contest with Williamstown by 12 points last Saturday. The Gold produced a spirited fightback with three of their four Essendon-listed players going dow..
07-Sep-2012
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Aubry re-signs for Spirit
Bendigo Weekly
CANADIAN Olympian Chelsea Aubry will re-join her Bendigo Spirit team mates for a fourth consecutive season with the club. Aubry has become a core part of the Spirit roster over the past few years and will once again team up with centre Gabe Richards and new American forward Kathleen Scheer i..
06-Sep-2012
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Triple Storm
Joel Peterson
All three grades make the footy finals, netballers in there, too By JOEL PETERSON Saturday will be a historic day for the Strathfieldsaye Storm Football Netball Club. When the under-18 side runs out on to the hallowed Queen Elizabeth Oval turf at 2pm, they will be the first Strathfieldsaye f..
30-Aug-2012
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Another cycling coup
Bendigo Weekly
BENDIGO has added another jewel to its cycling crown, with the city to host the 2012 Victorian Open Road championships. In an official announcement at the Town Hall this afternoon, it was revealed the prestigious state titles would be decided at the Bendigo Grand Prix, from November 9 to 11...
23-Aug-2012
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Thunder rolls in for a win
Bendigo Weekly
The going was tough yesterday at Coburg City Oval. When play started in the Victorian Women's Football League north-west division grand final, and the going was at its toughest, the Bendigo Thunder got going. The Thunder met La Trobe University in their first ever g..
20-Aug-2012
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DOG FIGHT ENDS IN DRAW
Joel Peterson
The two top sides in the Bendigo Football Netball League fought out a draw today at My Jet Oval. Big things were expected from the clash between Gisborne and Golden Square, first and second respectively on the BFNL table, and both sides delivered. Played at Golden Square's home ground &..
18-Aug-2012
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