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Trio of golden Delicious wins

Three producers from the region have secured gold medals and national recognition in the 2020 Delicious Harvey Norman Produce Awards. Sutton Grange's Holy Goat Cheese,...

Queen’s Birthday gong for a ‘£10 Pom’

Arriving in Australia in 1957, aged 25 and a proud 'Ten Pound Pom', Ron Alexander never looked back. The carpenter loved the larrikin fun of...

World foodie fame

Bendigo has become the first Australian city to be designated a UNESCO City of Gastronomy and the wider region stands to benefit.The title puts...

Kyneton’s Lost Trades Fair move to Bendigo confirmed

Kyneton will no longer host the popular Lost Trades Fair as organisers sign up for the next three years in Bendigo. City of Greater Bendigo...

Bittersweet result

It was a bittersweet result for returning Labor MPs Lisa Chesters and Rob Mitchell as they celebrated comfortable wins in the federal seats of...

Question over candidate

Early voting in the nation's federal election opened yesterday with seven candidates contesting the federal lower house seat of Bendigo including several rival elements...

400 reasons to celebrate

Ask learner drivers Lily McMahon and Tilly Donkin what they've got out of doing a unique intensive local learner driver course and they're quick...
Bendigo Writers Festival director Rosemary Sorensen - pictured here with Sealy the sealyham terrier - is among the many looking forward to the popular upcoming event.

On the write track

Preparing for this month's Bendigo Writers Festival, Barkers Creek-based festival founder Rosemary Sorensen has cause to celebrate. After working on some of the nation's leading...

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‘Shep’ reaches 200

In an era where loyalty in local football has changed significantly over the years, Jesse Sheppard chalked up his 200th senior game...