Rex Martinich | AN ELDERLY woman’s life was saved by the gut instinct of two Hamilton men last Wednesday after she collapsed in her home. The woman had suffered a stroke and was unable to move; she lay on her kitchen floor for … Continue reading
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Tiana Richardson | PORTLAND District Health is looking for a new chief executive officer after John O’Neill announced he will be retiring at the end of this year. Mr O’Neill has been at PDH since July 2007, after being appointed interim CEO. He was given the permanent role at the end of that year. Recently he has been absent for a period of sick leave, before returning last month. During this time PDH director of corporate services Ros Jones has stepped up as … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Ross Moir | ON Wednesday three Safeway employees celebrated 35 years of working at the Portland supermarket, having been there almost since the store opened, in 1977. Bronwyn White, Karen Spencer and Mick Jennings have each spent their 35 years at Safeway differently. … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Ross Moir | AFTER a remarkable 34-and-a-half years in the same company, now called Keppel Prince Engineering, Ron Robinson is retiring from his role as production coordinator planner. Mr Robinson worked at Harbour Steel Industries, which was acquired by the then Prince Engineering … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Lisa Cameron | A NUMBER of south-west police have been acknowledged and commended for their years of service. Acting Assistant Commissioner, Jack Blayney and Superintendent Tracy Linford, were in Hamilton to present the different medals and certificates last month. The officers came from … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Rex Martinich | AN ELDERLY woman’s life was saved by the gut instinct of two Hamilton men last Wednesday after she collapsed in her home. The woman had suffered a stroke and was unable to move; she lay on her kitchen floor for … Continue reading →
Dean Millard | WESTERNS have announced their coaching panel for the 2012 season, with the core of the football department remaining intact and a new face to lead the netball division. Senior coach Adam Hawke has been reappointed for a second season, with … Continue reading →
Spectator-Observer Partnership | Originally written by DEAN MILLARD THE Portland Basketball Association’s Country Basketball League representative side, the Portland Coasters, are gearing up for their second crack at the CBL South West division under new leadership and with a new line up. After … Continue reading →
Spectator-Observer Partnership | Originally written by IAN LEWIS IT was back to school for more than 420 students at Casterton’s three schools last Friday, while Casterton Kindergarten almost has a full quota of students as well. Casterton Secondary College assistant principal John Webb … Continue reading →
Spectator-Observer Partnership | Originally written by Portland Observer EILEEN Bell, better known as Eilee to generations of Heywood and Drumborg residents, died on Monday morning, aged 103. Believed to be Heywood’s oldest resident, Eileen Bell had been living at the hostel unit of … Continue reading →
Spectator-Observer Partnership | Originally written by SIMON BAMPFIELD PORTLAND has received an early Christmas present by signing former Ovens and Murray Football League interleague player and Wangaratta Magpies premiership player Jarrod Hayse as assistant coach for the 2011 Western Border Football League season. … Continue reading →
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