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City ready for 40,000

ABOUT 40,000 people are expected to inundate the CBD tomorrow night as the first White Night Bendigo event lights up the city’s historic buildings. But the event will not come without its disruptions, with many CBD streets closed for the majority of Saturday afternoon...

White Night will be a real performance

MORE live performances will set tomorrow’s Bendigo White Night apart from those held previously, according to the event’s artistic director. Several performance areas within the CBD allow for a unique opportunity to showcase live performance alongside the colour the...

Bagshot camera snaps up cash`

A CAMERA installed on the Midland Highway at Bagshot is in the top 10 per cent of  revenue earners for the Victorian government, and police in Bendigo are not surprised. Out of 263 fixed, speed and red light cameras in the state, the eastbound camera mounted before...

Social housing shortfall

OPPORTUNITIES for more social housing in Bendigo include a 40-unit complex in the CBD, a redevelopment of Virginia Hill and a reimagining of Golden Square to include up to 3000 more residents. City of Greater Bendigo regional sustainable development manager Trevor...

Bendigo Libs and Nats unprepared

POLITICAL uncertainty in Canberra that could result in a snap election being called in coming days has exposed shortcomings in the preparedness of conservative parties in the Bendigo electorate. Labor and the Greens say they are prepared for a snap federal election,...

Mayors push for funds

A DELEGATION of mayors from regional Victoria will today lobby state political leaders for urgent funding to “super charge” regional tourism following revelations just three per cent of international visitors to Melbourne venture out into country Victoria. Regional...

Bendigo still on Qantas list

QANTAS is looking at establishing two pilot training academies for the same price, which means Bendigo has double the chance of being a host location. The air carrier said the demand for pilots, interest in studying and third party expressions of interest, lead it to...

Move to free city land

A VALUABLE parcel of land in inner Bendigo will be freed up for development as part of a council plan to relocate the McIvor Road skate park while redeveloping the Ewing Park recreation reserve. Council has released a draft master plan for Ewing Park that would...

Council waives development rules

ANOTHER 57 car parks were waived for a development in Bendigo this week, taking to more than 200 the number of spaces the City of Greater Bendigo has relinquished so far in this council term. The aim is to compel people to ride, walk or take public transport. With...

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