Bendigo, Australia Newswire

Bendigo, Australia Newswire

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  1. Has the first home owner push changed the housing market?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    The state government doubled the first homeowner grant to $20,000 in the middle of last year in a bid, it said, to encourage the purchase of land and stimulate the construction industry across Victoria. Changes to stamp duty were also introduced, removing the transaction tax on homes worth up to $600,000 and cutting it on prices up to $750,000, which applied to existing properties.

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  2. 'Popularity contest' to decide who shares in $30 million of fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    BUDGET: Since establishing in 2017, BTC Tribe Youth Theatre has put on shows "on the smell of an oily rag". The huge number of Loddon-Campaspe groups vying for a Pick My Project grant has left some who are struggling "on the smell of an oily rag" deflated by the competitiveness of the initiative.

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  3. Police operation in the state's west results in 11 arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser

    A 43-year-old man from Maryborough appeared before the Bendigo Magistrates' Court on August 15 charged with possess drug of dependence and used drug or dependence. Police also arrested a 38-year-old Maryborough man, who appeared before the Maryborough Magistrates' Court on August 16 charged with possessing cannabis.

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  4. New era for iconic Liebig Street business | PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Open: Owners Adam and Anna Tuohy thanked the tradespeople who worked on the new-look store and the city's residents for welcoming them into the CBD. Experienced: Sacks Jewellers team members Brodie Cummings, Emily Bouchier and Sharon Moor with some of the many items on offer.

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  5. Ode to teaching: it's not all about Naplan tests | Your SayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    A response to Rob Penno "We are a government of compassion" said the Prime Minister. Is this the same government that has been forced at least nine times by Australian federal courts to bring severely ill children from Nauru for medical treatment that can't be provided on Nauru? On Manus Island a detainee with a smashed leg waited days for transfer to Australia for diagnosis and treatment while doctors' recommendations were blocked by bureaucrats of the Home Affairs Department.

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  6. Boom gate incident near Deer Park delays regional train servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    AN incident involving a boom gate near Deer Park this evening has had flow-on effects for regional train services, including on the Bendigo line. Both the 19:02 Southern Cross - Bendigo service and the 18:25 Southern Cross - Swan Hill service were delayed by about 17 minutes due to track congestion in the Castlemaine area.

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  7. From Girton Grammar to Julius Caesar, Emily's come full circleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    In fact, Havea recalls deciding to get into musical theatre aged 17, after her mother took her to a performance of Priscilla the Desert Queen . Havea auditioned for the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, and to both her and her mother's surprise, was accepted.

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  8. Dry weather likely to continue, as farmers say they need rainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    Victoria might have had an easier winter than NSW, but it is worse placed going into spring according to a Bureau of Meteorology climatologist. Released on Thursday BoM's seasonal outlook shows Victoria has a 70 percent chance of a dryer than average spring.

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  9. Teachers gather to tackle a trauma affecting every classroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bendigo Advertiser

    READY TO PERFORM: Sebastian Marshall plays Daniel in the production of Biting the Hand, a play about overcoming trauma and the role teachers play. Picture: DARREN HOWE In the Spotlight: Sebastian Marshall plays Daniel in the production of Biting the Hand, a play about overcoming trauma and the role teachers play.

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  10. Samantha Kelly murder: Mother leaves chilling message to daughter's killersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    'I hope she haunts you until the day you die': Heartbroken mother's message to infertile woman who masterminded the murder of her daughter in a bid to steal her children The mother of a woman murdered by her housemates left a chilling final message for her daughter's killers in court. Vivienne Kelly, whose daughter Samantha Kelly was murdered in her Kangaroo Flat home, in Bendigo, Victoria, told the woman who masterminded the entire ordeal: 'I hope Samantha haunts you until the day you die.'

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  11. Bridget McKenzie says this is why she shook Fraser Anning's handRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Bendigo Advertiser

    She was one of many senators who lined up to congratulate Senator Anning after he used his maiden speech to say the "final solution" to immigration should be a plebiscite, and to only accept those who "best assimilate". Parliamentarians have widely condemned Senator Anning's speech, with Senator McKenzie among those to come out in support of diversity and multiculturalism today.

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  12. Listen: Derek Daniell on drought and Australian sheepRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | The New Zealand Herald

    One of New Zealand's leading sheep breeders, Derek Daniell, has just returned from the Rabobank Southern Australia Sheep and Wool Tour. He spoke to The Country's Jamie Mackay about his experience.

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  13. Castlemaine's KIAN wins Triple J Unearthed High contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Castlemaine Secondary College celebrated this morning after 16-year-old student KIAN was named the 2018 Triple J Unearthed High winner. "The night before I had messaged Triple J to ask what day .

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  14. Determination: the key to living for 100 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Mrs Fraser was born in Wellington, NSW in 1918 and has been living in Bendigo for the last 48 years. "I nursed the soldiers before they went overseas for procedures such as having their tonsils taken out," Mrs Fraser said.

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  15. McKenzie supports diversity push but among those to shake Anning's handRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Border Mail

    Video filmed yesterday at the end of Senator Anning's speech shows a number of parliamentarians shaking his hand, including Bridget McKenzie. Certain parliamentary conventions apply during a senator's first speech, including that the chamber is well-attended and that he or she is heard without interjection or interruption.

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  16. Rural women's health the focus of lunch function in BendigoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 14 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Jenny Pendlebury, Leah Sertori, Jenny Hosking, Lisa Renato and Colleen Condliffe planning for a Women's Health Week function. Picture: NONI HYETT A 'light-hearted lunch' is planned for September 4 at The Capital in Bendigo, exploring health and abundance at all ages and stages for women in rural communities.

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  17. Small venues feature at Orchestra Victoria's Bendigo FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Bendigo Advertiser

    Orchestra Victoria has been in Bendigo since last Friday for their annual Bendigo Festival with 17 performances to be held across the eight day event. After a pop-up performance at the Bendigo Writers Festival, orchestra players hit the road to play at Mia Mia's Mechanic's Institute and Goornong's Memorial Hall last weekend.

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  18. Sky News backlashRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    BLAIR COTTRELL: These people are not culturally similar to us. I do not think white South African farmers are going to ransacking homes, carjacking, attacking police, chopping people up with machetes on the street We need to think ahead and not import people who are going to clash with us religiously, ideologically or culturally And that was Hitler-loving Blair Cottrell, in probably the least-watched and most damaging interview Sky News has ever done.

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  19. National champs back in SheppartonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Shepparton News Online

    The championships will run from August 3 to 11 with teams from across the country to make use of the refurbished fields that gain use from the Goulburn Valley Hockey Association each weekend. When Shepparton previously hosted the competition it was reserved for men's teams only, but has since expanded and 12 teams across both genders will take to the bright blue fields at Shepparton Sports Precinct.

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  20. Bendigo Bank profits rise as people seek alternatives to major banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Bendigo Advertiser

    UPDATE 6.30pm: Bendigo Bank managing director Marnie Baker expects confidence in the organisation as an alternative to the major banks to increase as a Royal Commission into the sector continues. She credited a 'disciplined approach' to asset and liability pricing with bolstering the bank's position in the 2017-18 financial year.

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