3 hrs ago
What Is It?: Early cars beyond reach of most
Possibly this is the same model listed in a Cohn's Bros Victoria Brewery 1915 "Inventory of Plant" notebook recently catalogued by the Bendigo Historical Society.
10 hrs ago
Young at Heart: Science has been cast aside
Catriona Jackson, the CEO of Science and Technology Australia, said recently that, "Science and technology is central to everything government does, from industry to health, to creating the sort of jobs that are key to ensuring a prosperous future for the country.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
PICTURES: US Freedom at Bendigo junior girls' football training
YOUNG female footballers enjoyed an international treat when American players attended their recent "Come and Try" training session in Kangaroo Flat.
Good morning Bendigo 20.08.2014
I'm not normally an early riser, but today I'll make an exception. Does it seem frosty to you? Bendigo was expecting frost this morning, but it looks like a beautiful morning to me.
Young models flaunt the Wonders of Wool
Wonders of Wool models Kelsey Geldenhuys, Lucy Rourke, Sophie Conallin, Eliza Conallin, Sophie Beehag, Monique Harrington and Ashleigh Geldenhuys at the Peppin Heritage Centre.
The Kokoda Trail, a journey to remember: photos
Eight Bendigo Senior Secondary College students and their teaches went on a the hike of a lifetime.
Hot rod senator's speedy visit
SENATOR Ricky Muir took a step back from vigorous senate negotiations, liaising with Clive Palmer and piles of senate documents on Tuesday.
Ambos dispute 'not about the money'
BENDIGO paramedics say the ongoing dispute with the state government is "not about the money" as they prepare to take part in 27 new industrial bans.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Silex says axed north-west solar project won't impact Bridgewater plans
The company behind a big solar plant in north-west Victoria says its decision to abandon the project will not affect its operations near Bendigo.
Cupcake Day 'vital' to RSPCA
McIvor Road Vet Centre getting into the spirit of Cupcake Day with Errol the Bull-Arab cross.
Bendigo gathers to remember legacy of Vietnam
MEMBERS of the public joined ex-servicemen and official guests in braving the cold to commemorate Vietnam Veterans' Day on Monday morning.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Good morning Bendigo! 17.08.14
How are your hangovers this morning? I'm sure more than a few of you are suffering after Bendigo on the Hop, but it was probably worth it! Organiser Jenny Ford said about 20 people had come from New Zealand for the event, to admire quality Australian alpacas and snap up some beauties.
City unemployment rate drops during July
UNEMPLOYMENT in Bendigo has dropped more than two per cent over the month of July, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics this week.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Racing in a grey zone
"He is such a sensitive and gentle boy and I swear he has a sense of humour!" Ms Oxley says.
Ask The Inspector: Diversity brings benefits
On Wednesday I attended a roundtable discussion on multiculturalism hosted by La Trobe University Bendigo's head of campus, Rob Stephenson.
Down The Mall:
It's reporting week, it seems, and no we're not referring to any on-field biffo, although it's not far from that.
The big switch
An Irish maid lived as a man in 19th-century Melbourne for decades. Was Ellen Tremaye Australia's first transgender person? By Olga Khazandec.
Mayor confirms reason for mosque politics gag
CITY of Greater Bendigo mayor Barry Lyons has confirmed a planning permit condition to ban political discussion on the mosque site in East Bendigo was added by councillors to appease some members of the community.
Bloods determined to avoid a rare spoon
SOUTH Bendigo will be spurred on by the motivation of avoiding the club's first Bendigo Football League wooden spoon in almost 50 years when it hosts Castlemaine at the Queen Elizabeth Oval on Saturday.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Netball duo ready for Victorian duties
BENDIGO netballers Kylie Campbell and Ashlea Rollason will take the court for Victoria at the tri-state All-Abilities tournament in Melbourne on Sunday.