HAMILTON woman, Sammi Hunter, is at home and can’t wait to get back on the road. Sammi, 19, was travelling to the local sheep dairy for her first day at work on January 3, when her car left the road … Continue reading
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MERINO will host a forum next week to share ideas on growing, swapping and cooking locally produced vegetables. The Food 4 Thought community forum is open to all interested residents who want to learn more about local food projects. Successful food projects, the Hamilton Community Orchard, Nareen Food Swap Meet and Mitchell Park Project, about food skills in kindergarten, will share their stories at the forum. Full details in today’s Spectator.
HAMILTON Racing Club secretary and manager, John Donnelly says Southern Grampians Shire has not consulted with the club about future uses for Bullock’s Paddock, despite the shire’s recent comment to the contrary. Earlier this month, The Spectator received a copy … Continue reading →
SOUTHERN Grampians Shire has begun planting various herbs and vegetables on the roundabout at the corner of Thompson and Lonsdale Sts with the hope they’ll be able to provide those in need with free, healthy alternatives. The initiative was organised … Continue reading →
THE six new synthetic courts complete with lighting at Hamilton Lawn Tennis Club should be finished by the end of April, according to Southern Grampians Shire. Mayor Bob Penny said Coleraine and Dunkeld courts had also had makeovers: Coleraine courts … Continue reading →
HAMILTON woman, Sammi Hunter, is at home and can’t wait to get back on the road. Sammi, 19, was travelling to the local sheep dairy for her first day at work on January 3, when her car left the road … Continue reading →
HAMILTON Football Netball Club is moving forward in a positive manner and the man leading the way is Paul Block. From 2011, the Magpies have made some major changes on and off the field and Block’s appointment as club chairman … Continue reading →
IT will be a weekend aviation extravaganza during the March long weekend with the Hamilton Aero Club hosting their second Fly-In event. The first successful Fly-In was held in 2010 and organisers have said the biennial event will be bigger … Continue reading →
Originally written by ANGELA CROMIE HAMILTON Apex Club is on the brink of disbanding after about 60 years of service to the community. A meeting on Tuesday night will discuss the club’s future, which doesn’t look bright due to a … Continue reading →
Originally written by PHIL HOLMES HAMILTON Golf Club’s Annual Tournament has been deemed a huge success with record numbers taking to the fairways and greens over the eight-day carnival. The highlight on course was Simon Goggin’s impressive win in the … Continue reading →
Originally written by PHIL HOLMES HAMILTON Imperial Football Club hosts Casterton at Melville today in a match that could see the pending finalists pushed to the finish. With finals only two weeks away, Bulldogs coach Brent Forsyth said it had … Continue reading →
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