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Shires back irrigation revamp
Two central Victorian shires have thrown their support behind a planned $40 million upgrade of irrigation channels south of Bendigo.
Mon May 20, 2013
Guy Sebastian rocks Bendigo's Capital
The Australian singer-songwriter will take to the stage at The Capital tonight and tomorrow night as part of his Get Along tour.
Tough break for Bendigo Pioneer Jaden McGrath
TO PLAY: Lalbert's Jake Maher will be the only Pioneer to pull on the "Big V" this weekend.
Smartphones a concern
SMARTPHONES are making it easier for gambling to spiral out of control, according to St Luke's Gambler's Help therapeutic counsellor Julie Betteridge.
Thu May 16, 2013
Artist set for new role
Mr Fettling has a strong vision for the La Trobe Art Institute and aims to build on Bendigo's growing reputation as a regional arts hub.
Bendigo youth group joins in worldwide celebration of diversity
The group, with the help of Country Awareness Network , is hosting an event in Hargreaves Mall today in support of sexual and gender diversity.
Rural industry on agenda at Bendigo budget dinner
FORMAL: Bank of America Merrill Lynch chief Australian economist Saul Eslake and Rural Finance chief executive Rob Goudswaard before the Rural Finance Budget Dinner at the Bendigo Town Hall.
Wed May 15, 2013
Researchers uncover large cyberfraud operation targeting Australian bank customers
Security researchers from Russian cybercrime investigations firm Group-IB have uncovered a cyberfraud operation that uses specialized financial malware to target the customers of several major Australian banks.
BFNL stars rocked by injuries
STAR Gisborne ruckman Tom Waters remains hopeful of a return to the field in 2013, but concedes his Bendigo Football League season may be over.
Tue May 14, 2013
Bendigo politicians talk budget
She said the federal government was "brave and bold" and did what it needed to do to ensure fairness for everyone.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sun May 12, 2013
Shire keen to air rail worries
The Mount Alexander Shire is considering asking for an urgent meeting with the Victorian Government to express its concern about local train services.
Political women on agenda in Ballarat
NATIONALS Senator Bridget McKenzie spoke about women and politics at the M.A.D.E By Women: How Women Do-Mocracy event in Ballarat at the weekend.
Well-earned recognition for volunteers
Organisations across central Victoria are set to hold morning teas, trivia nights and a number of other events to honour the thousands of volunteers that work in the community every day.
Mobiles put to good use
In a new partnership between Salvos Stores and MobileMuster, the official recycling program of the Australian Mobile Phone Industry, residents will be able get rid of their old phone and accessories and raise money for the Salvation Army.
Fri May 10, 2013
Bendigo punters hope their number is up
CITY Central Newsagency is expected to see busy lines today, as Bendigo punters try their luck in winning a piece of tonight's "It has been pretty steady," she said.
Thu May 09, 2013
Hamilton declares consience is clear as Essendon investigation rolls on
He has been reluctant to speak publicly on the Essendon issue since the investigation was launched in February, but briefly addressed it during an interview with the Bendigo Advertiser on his new role in Bendigo.
Wed May 08, 2013
Aboriginal remains laid to rest in northern Victoria
In the period following European settlement, thousands of bones of Aboriginal people were taken to museums both in Australia and overseas, often for scientific research.
Tue May 07, 2013
Vital central Victorian projects overlooked in budget: MPs
IN NEED: Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan says the Ravenswood interchange upgrade has been overlooked for a third budget.
Budget oath impresses Drum, Lovell
Members for Northern Victoria Wendy Lovell and Damian Drum say the budget delivers on the government's election commitments to Bendigo.