Emma-Jayne Schenk | A HOME has been burned to the ground at Bulart. CFA crews were called to the incident at about 12.50pm today but were unable to save the house. Six fire units attended the scene. A resident said there was no … Continue reading
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Spectator-Observer Partnership | THE Portland Surf Life Saving Club rooms at Bridgewater are looking sharp for the summer season after receiving some tender loving care and a fresh paint job during the week. On Wednesday morning, more than 10 volunteers from Portland Aluminium were on hand to paint the building and work on boat motors as part of Alcoa’s month of service. Getting those hard to reach places in this picture is Jamie Terrence while Rod Greening does his bit from the safety … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Huw Cushing | SPORTING groups that call Alexandra Park home say the ground is in desperate need of upgrades but council is neglecting it. The West Portland Sporting Community (WPSC), which represents 520 sporting club members from Westerns Football Netball Club, Gorae-Portland … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Spectator-Observer Partnership | LOCAL volunteer Claire Stuchbery has received the 2012 Victorian Minister for Health Volunteer Award for outstanding individual achievement from a rural health service. Mrs Stuchbery, 75, has been volunteering for the Meals on Wheels program for 36 years, and still … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Bill Meldrum | PROGRESS on the $2.5 million West Portland Sewerage Scheme has slowed due to very wet ground conditions in low-lying areas near Bridgewater Rd. A Wannon Water spokeswoman said construction of the trunk sewer main in a low-lying area near Bridgewater … Continue reading → 0 Comments
Emma-Jayne Schenk | A HOME has been burned to the ground at Bulart. CFA crews were called to the incident at about 12.50pm today but were unable to save the house. Six fire units attended the scene. A resident said there was no … Continue reading →
Scott Malcolm | HEYWOOD Football Netball Club is on track to find success and sustainability in the South West District Football Netball League. “A main part of the committee’s decision to change leagues was about making sure that we still have a football … Continue reading →
Mark Robinson | PRESTIGE and honour are two words associated with the Hamilton and District Cricket Association’s premier award but for the 2011-12 PF Christie winner, Toby Knight, it means more than that. The man behind the award, Peter Christie, and his legacy … Continue reading →
Rex Martinich | HAMILTON’S median house price has increased over the June quarter, but local real estate agents have criticised the numbers as outdated. The State Government’s Victorian Property Sales Report shows the median house price in Hamilton rose by 1.2 per cent … Continue reading →
Rex Martinich | PENSHURST residents are being reminded that the Australian Defence Force will be conducting training exercises in the town this weekend. Army Reservists from the 8th /7th Battalion, The Royal Victoria Regiment will be conducting training activities around the town from … Continue reading →
Rex Martinich | AUTHORITIES are battling a large aggressive fire just outside of Branxholme and those on the ground said people should stay away from the town and surrounding areas. 29 appliances are fighting the blaze including multiple water bombing helicopters and CFA … Continue reading →
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