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'Meteor' streaks across night sky
Shocked Australians believed they may have been witnessing a plane explosion as a bright light lit the skies from Sydney to Melbourne.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Flood study to help protect Heathcote
LAUNCH: Water Minister Peter Walsh, North Central Catchment Management Authority deputy chair Julie Slater and City of Greater Bendigo mayor Barry lyons in Heathcote.
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Myer patches up management ranks after Andrew Flanagan farce
Department store chain Myer has moved fast to fill a gap in its management ranks after sacking Andrew Flanagan after just one day in the job.
Good morning Bendigo - 10.07.14
V/Line is not reporting any delays this morning but Regional Rail Link works mean only coaches will run on the line until Tuesday, July 15. City of Greater Bendigo councillors have once again voted against the officer's recommendation and approved an 86-lot subdivision in Aspinall Street, Golden Square.
Celebrating 100 years of Holstein
The Dairy Industry has celebrated 100 years of Holstein cattle in Australian paddocks with an anniversary sale in Bendigo, in central Victoria.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
NAIDOC celebrations at Bendigo Health: Pictures
"This morning tea has become a wonderful Bendigo Health tradition and I know our staff look forward to it," Dr Tune said.
Thunder back on QEO in VFL curtain-raiser
BENDIGO Thunder returns to the Queen Elizabeth Oval this weekend, playing a curtain-raiser to Bendigo Gold's VFL clash against Casey Scorpions.
Music fueled by community spirit
Achison, who has been music for more than 25 years, is a regular in Castlemaine and Bendigo will play two gigs on Friday and Saturday night.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Runners taking up a challenging new adventure
Last weekend, Bendigo's Tim Gentle ran a casual 50km. But he and his team still have more than 2000km to go on their mission.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Campaigners push for Goldfields line to be reopened
IT was full steam ahead for a historic train that ran between Maryborough, Ballarat and Geelong on Sunday as the Rail Revival Alliance ramped up a campaign to reopen the closed Geelong-Ballarat-Bendigo train lines.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Welcome to the world
IRELAND: Clem Matthew Ireland are the names chosen by proud parents Clare and Simon Ireland, of Colbinabbin.
Princes Park Pies prevail
MARYBOROUGH prevailed by 45 points over Castlemaine in the battle of the Bendigo Football League's magpies at Barkers Oval Princes Park on Saturday.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Trump takes on Xiao in snooker semi-final
ENGLAND'S Judd Trump and China's Xiao Guodong are locked at one-all in Saturday's first semi-final at the $500,000 Australian Snooker Goldfields Open in Bendigo.
Fabulous Flashbacks: Looking back on this week in June/July 2000
Powney's staff Jan Wood, Stuart Powney, Glenn Turnbull, Corinne Ervin and Sonya Hancock celebrate the winning ticket being claimed.
Injection of Gold boosts Hawks and Bloods
EAGLEHAWK and South Bendigo will make the most of the Bendigo Gold's bye this weekend, each bringing in two VFL-listed players.
Lights go on for soccer clash at Epsom
Action from the division one clash between Spring Gully and Colts United on the Reds' turf in Stanley Avenue.
Women of war on display
HISTORY: City of Greater Bendigo heritage planner Danielle Orr dressed in a 1916 walking suit from the exhibition.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Winter fair celebrates dairy
Bendigo's Prince of Wales Showgrounds is jumping with all things dairy for the first day of an inaugural dairy winter fair.
Roller derby come and try
People are invited to try their hand at roller derby from 2pm at Truscott Reserve in Murdock Street, California Gully.
Tram study to put decade-long question 'to bed'
A feasibility study will aim to put the question of whether trams are a viable public transport option for Bendigo to bed.