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MELISSA Tapper has etched her name into Australian sporting folklore. The Hamilton born and raised Australian table tennis representative is not only a Paralympian, but also a Commonwealth Games medallist. She formed part of the Australian women’s… [more]
WOORNDOO Mortlake is the third team in as many weeks to topple Lismore Derrinallum, defeating the Demons by two goals on Saturday. Lismore Derrinallum has certainly fallen into an end of season slump, being beaten by three top five teams this month after… [more]
THE A grade top of the table showdown between Cavendish and Heywood on Saturday promised plenty and did not disappoint. The battle between first and second on the premiership table lived up to all expectations. The match was set to be a nail-bitter! With… [more]
SEVEN Italian students have arrived in Hamilton to study at Baimbridge College and experience the Australian country lifestyle. They are staying with families of students in year 10 and year 11 and are participating in classes with year 11 students. Baimbridge… [more]
GREENS candidate for Lowan, Nkandu Beltz, wants to hear both sides of the story on the shearing cruelty accusations made in a PETA video. PETA released the video earlier this month that appeared to show shearers abusing sheep in sheds that organisation… [more]
FORMER Hamilton man Chris Schleter played in a charity cricket match against the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry. The match was played in support of the Duke’s organisation ‘United for Wildlife’, which raises awareness on the illegal wildlife… [more]
A LARGE crowd squeezed into the Hamilton Library foyer on Monday for their chance to see several woollen crafted sheep at the official opening of the Woolly West Fest. The sheep, crafted in each of the Greater Hamilton towns, are all different colours… [more]
GREENS candidate for Western Victoria Region, Lloyd Davies is hoping that volunteer efforts and farmer anger over unconventional gas will deliver his party the balance of power. Mr Davies was in the region late last week and over the weekend with Victorian Greens leader Greg Barber. They told supporters that an extra Green in the upper house come November would give the party significant influence over all legislation that passed through both houses of Parliament. Full story in The Spectator [...] 0 Comments
MELISSA Tapper has etched her name into Australian sporting folklore. The Hamilton born and raised Australian table tennis representative is not only a Paralympian, but also a Commonwealth Games medallist. She formed part of the Australian women’s team that secured the bronze medal at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow earlier this week. Full story in The Spectator on Thursday, July 17, 2014, or subscribe to our epaper at top of page. Only $2 per week.
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