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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.
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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.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Opposition leader in region
STATE opposition leader Daniel Andrews has made a bid for local votes during a visit to Bendigo and Castlemaine, but is yet to release a Bendigo policy document.
Postal service changes in force
CHANGES to Australia Post's next-day mail service in country Victoria will be rolled out today, meaning slower delivery for those in the Bendigo region.
The Turkish viewpoint of WW1
THE Bendigo RSL had a special visitor on Monday: Dr John Basarin, a Turkish Australian who is an expert on the Gallipoli campaign.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Passengers kept waiting
Passengers on a V/Line train travelling from Melbourne to Bendigo were delayed for more than an hour on Sunday due to aviation fuel leaks on the track.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Australian aspirations to European emission target
Australia needs to catch up on reducing emissions using innovative technologies that are propelling Europe towards its 40 per cent reduction target.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Heirloom after a home
A RARE and intricate model of a staircase built by a German immigrant who lived and worked in central Victoria is looking for home in Bendigo.
100km challenge for women in poverty
Ms Smith, 21, spent two months volunteering with World Youth International in Kenya and saw first-hand the impact of poverty.
Pete Murray's on the road to Bendigo
"The last time I remember playing there, I think it was a few years ago, but I think it was at the university.
Hawkei Delivers Hard Core Safety For V8 Ute Season Opener
The 2014 V8 Ute Racing Series will come under guard with Thales's, Australian made light, protected military vehicle, the Hawkei, stepping up as naming rights partner for Round 1 of the Series at the Clipsal 500, Adelaide this weekend .
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Oceania road champion in field for track classic
A GOLD medallist in the junior road race at the Oceania cycling titles, Lucas Hamilton is in the field for next month's Bendigo International Madison track classic.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Youth jobs in crisis, says new report
Bendigo has one of the worst youth unemployment rates in regional Victoria, according to figures from the Brotherhood of St Laurence BENDIGO has one of the worst youth unemployment rates in regional Victoria, according to figures from the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
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Sat Feb 22, 2014
Bendigo continues to embrace craft beer
Craft Beer Rising was organised by Beer blog the Craft Pint and is a national day of appreciating Australian made and owned beers.