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Gibbins honour
By BEN CAMERON Former City of Greater Bendigo mayor Kevin Gibbins will never be forgotten by the community after an international standard sporting field was named in his honour this week. Council voted unanimously on Wednesday night to name the synthetic soccer pitch at the Epsom–Huntl..
24-Mar-2011
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Making music behind the wheel
By Rosemary Sorensen Hotrods are made to perform, according to Castlemaine club member Alan Chapman. This year, as part of Castlemaine State Festival, hot rods will be gathering again, this time to create a music show. Car-cophony is a 12 channel sound spectacular, with music written by Port ..
24-Mar-2011
2.15
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Homes could go
BENDIGO homes could be compulsorily acquired as part of a new transport plan for the next 20 years launched this week. The City of Greater Bendigo council and VicRoads launched the draft Bendigo Road Transport Strategy on Wednesday. The study began in August, 2006, and was due to be completed wi..
24-Mar-2011
2.09
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Got the bottle?
For the first time in 21 years, the National Bottle and Collectables Show returns to where it all started – Bendigo. Collector Dennis O’Hoy started up the first show in 1972, when the Australian Glass Manufacturers National Bottle Competition was held at the Bendigo Institute of Techno..
24-Mar-2011
2.02
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Levy legal action
THE controversial CBD traders levy is facing a legal challenge, as opposition to it mounts. The council administers the promotional levy on behalf of the Bendigo Traders’ Association. Anti-levy leaders Norm Quin and Harry Hart met with lawyers from Slater and Gordon this week to se..
23-Mar-2011
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Prince of hearts
THERE hasn’t been a lot to cheer about in Kerang since January, but this week 2000 people hit the streets and they were very loud. They were there on Monday to welcome and shake hands with Prince William, during his tour of flood-affected Northern Victoria. Children of all ages mixed with ..
23-Mar-2011
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