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Weekly recognised
Bendigo Weekly
The Bendigo Weekly has been named as a finalist in one of Australia’s most prestigious newspaper awards. The Weekly is a finalist in the Newspaper Works Newspaper of the Year awards. Weekly general manager Peter Kennedy said the nomination was an honour. “Given the number..
16-Jul-2014
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Labor fights against possible kinder cuts
Christine McGinn
Bendigo Labor parliamentarians are petitioning the state and federal governments to stop kindergarten funding cuts. The State Government has budgeted for 10 hours in 2015 but the Federal Government is yet to commit to the additional five hours. Despite research showing the benefits of 15 hour..
16-Jul-2014
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Mosque message back on the move
Bendigo Weekly
A “Stop the Mosque” interstate truck is driving around Bendigo again, today. Middle-Eastern style chanting music is playing from a speaker and Koran quotes are being read out from the rental vehicle with anti-mosque banners on its sides. The vehicle has reappeared tod..
15-Jul-2014
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Moving to stop racism
Bendigo Weekly
Greater Bendigo council has joined an anti-racism campaign, ‘Racism. It stops with me’, to promote a multicultural society. The Australian Human Rights Commission wrote to mayor Barry Lyons last month to commend him on his leadership and council’s decision to approve Bendigo&..
14-Jul-2014
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Whipstick residents plan for future
Bendigo Weekly
Local Whipstick Ward residents will discuss the North Bendigo Recreation Reserve Pavilion Masterplan at tonight’s meeting. The Whipstick Ward meeting will be held at the reserve tonight at 7pm. Greater Bendigo councillor Peter Cox said they were looking forward to hearing from reserve u..
14-Jul-2014
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Top cop enters mosque debate
Bendigo Weekly
Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Ken Lay has criticised the anti-Muslim sentiment in the Bendigo mosque debate. In recognising the contribution of Muslims to Victoria, and to mark Ramadan, Commissioner Lay singled out the Bendigo mosque debate. "I am proud to be part of the Victorian c..
12-Jul-2014
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Hall Pass
Movie: Hall Pass (MA) Starring: Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis THE majority of the romantic comedy Hall Pass follows the Hollywood formula of its genre that has worked and not worked for countless of similar movies. However, the only factor that makes this predominantly unexciting project diff..
24-Mar-2011
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Alive and kicking
Bendigo, brace yourself. The Sydney pop-punk whirlwind known as Tonight Alive will be ripping through our fine city next Wednesday, Feb 16 Armed with youth, great musicianship and more energy than cyclone Yasi, Bendigo is in for a real treat. Attracting almost viral hype with only one EP..
15-Feb-2011
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Baseballers pitch in
Joel Peterson
Three of Bendigo’s best young baseballers have been selected to travel to the nation’s capital to represent Victoria at the upcoming under-14 national baseball championships next week. Running from January 11 to 20, the titles bring together the best under-14 baseballers from ar..
03-Jan-2013
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Spirit back for Boomers
Joel Peterson
After recharging their batteries over Christmas, the ladder-leading Bendigo Spirit return to the Bendigo Stadium tomorrow night to take on the Bulleen Boomers. After a 13-2 record saw them take top spot heading into their eight-day break, the Spirit came back to training last Saturday. ..
03-Jan-2013
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Gold in first draw
Joel Peterson
The Bendigo Gold is continuing to build momentum heading into their standalone Victorian Football League debut season, with the club signing some key players in the past week and receiving their draw for the 2013 season. Along with ex-Gold Coast Suns forward Alik Magin, the Gold has also si..
21-Dec-2012
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Spirit aiming for a top berth
Joel Peterson
The Bendigo Spirit could be excused from suffering a case of deja vu this Friday night when they take on Logan Thunder for the second time in six days at the Bendigo Stadium. After losing only their second game of the season to Townsville last Friday night – extending their losing stre..
21-Dec-2012
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Scoreboard in sight
Bendigo Weekly
By JOEL PETERSON Golden Square’s MyJet Oval has undergone a much-needed major upgrade with a new full colour LED scoreboard being installed at the Wade Street ground this week. A Bendigo Weekly report in August revealed that the $45,000 scoreboard was to be installed this year, and was pu..
21-Dec-2012
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Jelbart joins the elite
Joel Peterson
Bendigo cyclist Imogen Jelbart may only be 18, but she has a bright future ahead of her, as her past few weeks’ results on the track have shown. Racing in the Victorian Track Championships at the Darebin Indoor Sports Centre in Melbourne recently, Jelbart took gold in the Elite Women&r..
21-Dec-2012
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