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World Oral Health Day approaching
Bendigo Health chief executive John Mulder said it was the perfect time for eligible Victorians to get the health of their teeth and gums checked at the organisation's Community Dental Services.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Shaved heads, brightly coloured hair and silky smooth legs were all the rage at Bendigo Senior Secondary College on Thursday as students and staff members participated in the World's Greatest Shave.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Medicare groups seek answers to cross-border anomalies
PROBLEMS faced by Border patients in accessing health services across the Murray River have been put to the NSW government by two Medicare Local groups.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Beginning a new era for the Empyre
The iconic building in Mostyn Street, first built in 1860, has been bought by Tony Forrest and his wife Angela Butler.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Biggest upset in years
Seize the day is exactly what they did in the last quarter of the 200-lap battle for glory in the McCaig Airconditioning Daikin backed classic.
Seniors to converge on Bendigo Golf Club
GOLFERS from metropolitan and country clubs will contest the inaugural City of Greater Bendigo Senior Open at the Bendigo Golf Club this week.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Fire go down to Spirit in WNBL final
Suzy Batkovic of the Fire drives to the basket against Kelsey Griffin and Kristi Harrower of the Spirit during the WNBL Grand Final match between Bendigo Spirit and Townsville Fire at Bendigo Stadium on March 9, 2014 in Bendigo, Australia.
Group takes next step in push for rail link
A PETITION calling for the re-introduction of a regional rail link is the latest push to connect Bendigo to other major towns across the state.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Next bit of fear
After box office success with Wolf Creek 2, Greg McLean is starting on a US-based thriller.
Tansley, Scotson keep on learning
UP a year ago, George Tansley and Miles Scotson say they have learnt plenty going into Sunday night's Bendigo International Madison cycling classic.
Fed up with the government's asylum seeker policies, one group is speaking in a loud and passionate voice, HANNAH CARRODUS writes.
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Early joys, trials put potter on path to the simple life
Growing up with severe asthma, Australian Euan Craig was acutely aware of the fragility of life from an early age.
CFA championships arrive in Bendigo
CFA members from all over Australia have arrived in Bendigo for the 2014 Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria Urban Championships.
Preparation in place for service
The Bendigo memorial is one of seven across Australia honouring Australian Servicemen who lost their lives at Sandakan and Kuching during World War II.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Square, East vie for BBD grand final berth
GOLDEN Square and Bendigo East will face off in Saturday's Bendigo Bowls Division preliminary final for the right to meet Eaglehawk in next week's grand final.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Cycling festival to pedal into Bendigo
BENDIGO'S status as a cycling mecca will be further enhanced later this year when it hosts a three-day schools festival.
No timetable yet for Bendigo NBN rollout
NBN Co says there is still no schedule to roll out the National Broadband Network to bigger towns in central Victoria.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Teen vaults to open title
POLE vaulter Madeline Lawson has won her first open-age Victorian championship in the event, adding to the under-20 title she took out last month.
The ADL in Bendigo, Victoria - to be precise, a young neo-Nazi named Aaron Robertson - is upset that local Muslims are planning to build a mosque in town, so they've organised a rally to stop it.