THE laidback tunes of Boat People The Band floated through the Roxburgh and out onto the streets in Hamilton on Tuesday. The band’s Norm and Dawn Walker have left their home, which is a boat, to travel through parts of … Continue reading
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SUPPORTERS turned out in droves to a rally on Tuesday to show Southern Grampians Shire that the community values old buildings. Council is expected to make a decision quickly on whether an application by Flint Architects to demolish the hotel will be approved. The application was put forward following the demolition of the motel units which form part of the Coles redevelopment. Chris Sharples, who organised the rally, was thrilled with the turnout. About 60 people showed up over the … Continue reading →
ARCHITECT Richard Fakhry has declared there is “absolutely no hope” for The George Hotel to be restored. Mr Fakhry, who was hired by developer Gerald Rawson, put forward the application for demolition and says that it’s impossible to put a … Continue reading →
THE Hamilton and Alexandra College has a new director of music in Ben Hiscock. Originally from the Hamilton area, Mr Hiscock has come back to the town to live and work after more than 20 years away. “It has always … Continue reading →
DUNKELD’S new business owners have aimed to strike a balance between catering to tourists and locals with a mix of old favourites and gourmet hospitality. Harry and Iwona Wakeling, current co-owners of Aquilla Eco Lodges north of Dunkeld, will be … Continue reading →
THE laidback tunes of Boat People The Band floated through the Roxburgh and out onto the streets in Hamilton on Tuesday. The band’s Norm and Dawn Walker have left their home, which is a boat, to travel through parts of … Continue reading →
DARTMOOR Football Netball Club has strengthened its link with the GWS Giants with the announcement that from 2014 onwards, they will be an official affiliate of the AFL club and become the Dartmoor Giants, replacing the moniker of the Swans. … Continue reading →
SATURDAY’S high temperatures inland caused havoc with Division One and Two bowls … most games were abandoned. Down south all games were completed. The ladders of Round 12 therefore are the ones that dictate Division One finals combinations. The games … Continue reading →
JENNY Pole has claimed the women’s singles championship of the Hamilton Bowling Club for a second time. Pole overcame extreme weather conditions and a spirited opponent in Miriam Tonissen to claim victory in the final. Play last Tuesday morning had … Continue reading →
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