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BRIT staff strike as pay dispute escalates
ADMINISTRATIVE and professional staff at Bendigo TAFE took industrial action for the first time in more than 30 years this morning. National Tertiary Education Union members at BRIT are taking 24 hours protected strike action in support of their claim for a seven per cent pay increase...
04-Apr-2011
9:18am
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Free cooking classes make it all so easy
BENDIGO'S budding masterchefs have the chance to learn about the laest in kitchen appliances, pick up some new skills and enjoy great food as part of a series of free demonstrations available to the public. The Easy Cooking Demonstrations have been organised by retailer Clive Peeters, and provides..
01-Apr-2011
1:00pm
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Four charged over violent Bendigo home invasion
FOUR men have been arrested and charged following an aggravated burglary in Ironbark last weekend. It’s alleged the men entered a residence on Harrison Street where a 22-year-old man was assaulted sometime between 8pm and 9pm on Sunday, March 27. Police have charged four men aged 21..
01-Apr-2011
10:00am
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Building a new future
Students and teachers, old and new, former and current, gathered for the unveiling of the strikingly new Rosarium Centre at Holy Rosary Primary School, White Hills. Despite the steady rain, the new creative learning and information centre was officially opened by Member for Bendigo Steve Gibbons a..
01-Apr-2011
3.05
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Walking with dinosaurs at Girton College
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01-Apr-2011
2.29
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Thicker blue line
Police numbers rise but not as many as tipped BENDIGO will receive less than half the number of new police officers than Ballarat, under a new allocation of police resources revealed this week. The Bendigo region will get 12 new officers, despite reports late last week it would receive 20. ..
01-Apr-2011
2.19
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