Property Guide
Car parks in the gun
Christine McGinn
Greater Bendigo councillor Peter Cox will move a motion at Wednesday's meeting to stop work on an additional 69 carparks in the Rosiland Park precinct. The additional car parks are designed to meet the needs of the Ulumbarra Theatre located next to Bendigo Senior Secondary College. See t..
28-Jul-2014
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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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Arthur Guy Memorial Prize 2011
Rosemary Sorensen There is a fair amount of apocalyptic envisioning represented in the 36 works hung for this year's Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize. But not as much as you might expect, even if this work was painted in the year preceding major and unprecedented floods and earthquakes. There..
24-Mar-2011
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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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Snow cuts a classic
Bendigo Weekly
It’s not often that a spring bike race in Australia gets shortened due to snow. Fortunately for Bendigo cyclist Darren Lapthorne, it worked in his favour, as he was first to see the finish line of the Launceston to New Norfolk classic after only 65 kilometres instead of the usual 208km jour..
04-Oct-2012
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Battle of the birds
Bendigo Weekly
By JOEL PETERSON Office rivalries have been among those heating up this week, in the lead-up to the 2012 AFL Grand Final. When the Swans and Hawks take to the hallowed MCG turf this Saturday, it will be the first time the two sides have met in a grand final. Hawthorn were the pre-season flag..
27-Sep-2012
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Umpire? You be the judge
Bendigo Weekly
By JOEL PETERSON The Emu Valley Cricket Association is looking for umpires for the upcoming 2012/2013 season. The association currently has 14 umpires, but with 34 teams across the four divisions is searching for more to top up their numbers. Games are held on a Saturday afternoon. EVCA u..
27-Sep-2012
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Scheer disappointment
Bendigo Weekly
Bendigo Spirit import Kathleen Scheer has been ruled out of the upcoming WNBL season. The 23-year-old American will head back to the US to rehab a knee injury, suffered in pre-season training with the Spirit. Scheer had developed tendinitis-like symptoms, but was attempting to play thro..
25-Sep-2012
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McFarlin back for Braves
Bendigo Weekly
Bendigo Braves have re-signed dominant big man Ivan McFarlin for the 2013 SEABL season. The former East MVP player rejoins the Braves after a season with Tochigi Brex of the Japan Basketball League, in which he scored 15.6 points and pulled down 9.7 rebounds per game. McFarlin played tw..
25-Sep-2012
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Day of the dogfight
Joel Peterson
This weekend’s Bendigo Football Netball League grand final is sure to be a dogfight. The top two sides in the competition, Gisborne and Golden Square, have progressed to the senior football grand final this Saturday. Golden Square will attempt to win their fourth straight flag. If they a..
20-Sep-2012
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