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Fears wi-fi plan will delay coverage
Bendigo Weekly
PREMIER Denis Napthine’s Bendigo wi-fi “thought bubble” was not lobbied for by any local authorities or interest groups. Dr Napthine detailed plans for a five-year free wi-fi trial in Bendigo last week, but the first thing Greater Bendigo council or digital lobby group iBendi..
22-Mar-2014
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'Buy the bowling alley'
Bendigo Weekly
The CFA should buy the bowling alley next door ease the pressure on the Bendigo fire station. That is the opinion of a well-known local CFA volunteer. George Flack is the secretary of the Bendigo Fire Brigade Volunteers. They work alongside the professionals in the Hargreaves St stat..
21-Mar-2014
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A new main crane put up before the rain - VIDEO
Bendigo Weekly
First we had Ben, the large crane that dominates the Bendigo landscape. Now we have Maximus, Ben's brother. The second of the four large cranes on the new Bendigo hospital redevelopment was erected today, just before the rain started to tumble down. Seven-year-old Kenn..
21-Mar-2014
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CFA station too small and too old
Christine McGinn
Fire fighters have warned Bendigo’s outdated and undersized fire station is putting lives at risk. Only three of the five fire trucks can fit inside the main shed, leaving two constantly open to the elements. Bendigo’s CFA station has a rope and confined space rescue kit, but ..
21-Mar-2014
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TAFE building closure claim
Bendigo Weekly
Bendigo's two local Labor politicians have claimed the state government is planning to stealthily close the Bendigo TAFE campus on McCrae Street. Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan said the campus restaurant was shut for business, previously used as part of the hospitality training at Bendi..
20-Mar-2014
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Construction works hard for city
Bendigo Weekly
Bendigo's construction industry contributes about $922 million to the city’s total economic output. According to REMPLAN research, more than $260 million comes from the residential building construction sector. The Residential Building Construction Economic Analysis, gave estimates abou..
19-Mar-2014
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Matthew Elliott very happy in Bendigo: Geelong coach
Anthony Radford
Former Australian Test batsman turned Bendigo Cricket Club player Matthew Elliott is staying in Bendigo, according to the coach of a Geelong club rumoured to have poached him. Newton and Chilwell coach Brian Thomas said the club had spoken to Elliott recently, but the star left hander was st..
10-Aug-2011
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Bendigo cyclists to ride with Cadel Evans
Anthony Radford
Two teenage Bendigo cyclists have been given the opportunity to ride 400 metres alongside cycling greatness. Braeden Dean and Aidan Bowe will ride alongside Tour de France winner Cadel Evans during his homecoming parade in Melbourne on Friday. They will ride along St Kilda Road from..
09-Aug-2011
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Path to glory
Anthony Radford
A PROGRAM which provides an alternative pathway to careers in the sport and recreation industry is kicking major goals in Bendigo. The Sports Education and Development Australia program includes 15 students from Bendigo and across Northern Victoria united by a passion for sport and a desire to wor..
05-Aug-2011
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Vics urged to celebrate Cadel Evans' win
Anthony Radford
PREMIER Ted Baillieu is encouraging Victorians to celebrate the historic victory of 2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans during a public event at lunchtime on Friday, August 12. “Cadel Evans is the first Australian ever to win this punishing race, and the Coalition Government h..
03-Aug-2011
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Best mates celebrate MX success
Anthony Radford
TWO Bendigo school mates are celebrating after finishing first and second in the Victorian State MX championships. Liam Andrews and Brodie James competed in the fourth and final round of the competiion, with Liam crowned the 2011 Victorian 50CC MX Victorian Champion in a dominant display of..
01-Aug-2011
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Training a big draw for fans of cycling
Anthony Radford
So many youngsters are taking up the opportunity for free training at Bendigo Cycling Club’s J-Cycle, there was a problem last year with lack of bikes. “We’ve had to buy more we have had such an influx of kids,” J-Cycle coach Noel Sens said. “And now, with a major w..
29-Jul-2011
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