It’s flu jab time

Central Victorians are being urged to vaccinate themselves against influenza ahead of the impending flu season. Young infants, pregnant women and those aged over 65 are considered the groups most at risk from the flu. Bendigo Health’s Director of Infection Prevention...

BSE students strike a chord

Bendigo South East College music students were treated to a jazz workshop last Monday from the Melbourne International Jazz Festival. The ‘Tomorrow is My Turn’ workshop was led by Claire Cross, an emerging jazz leader, versatile performer and an advocate for women in...

Cuppa for cancer

  AUSTRALIA’S Biggest Morning Tea will come to Eaglehawk next week, Thursday, May 23, when one of the community’s popular businesses hosts an event in support of the Australian Cancer Council. Eaglehawk UFS Dispensary has served Eaglehawk and the surrounding...

City honours young artists

YOUNG and emerging artists have won acclaim as part of the City of Greater Bendigo’s 2019 Raw Arts Awards. This year’s awards attracted 117 entries from local young people aged from 10 to 25 years of age with the aim of showcasing and fostering the talents and...

Chillin’ at La Trobe

La Trobe University’s “The Big Chill” gave students the chance to relax and unwind yesterday, ahead of the start of exams. A range of groups including Headspace, Feelgood Fitness, Anglicare and Red Frogs Bendigo were on hand to provide advice, fun and snacks to...

Floral art becomes a family affair

When it comes to art, nothing beats flowers. Whether it’s a still life of a single lily or a field of golden daffodils, the immense popularity of blooms in art is testament to their aesthetic appeal. Prompted by the success of a book about dogs in Australian art she...

Word is out about books

The 2019 Bendigo Writers Festival features a stellar line up of local and international writers across three days from August 9-11. Among the international drawcards will be British philosopher and author of Democracy and Its Crisis AC Grayling, Korean-American...

Taking on the pollies

THE public awareness campaign against property taxation has succeeded in its objective, according to the Real Estate Institute of Australia. REIA president Adrian Kelly said the campaign aimed to ensure that all political parties, candidates and, importantly voters...

Wear white to join the cancer fight

OLIVER Birch was a sea of white on Wednesday, when the iconic store hosted a White Shirt Campaign fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for ovarian cancer research. About 70 per cent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer succumb to the disease within five years, a...


Purchase Photos


Contact us

Phone: (03) 5440 2500

Address: 37-39 View Street, Bendigo




Latest from Facebook

2 weeks ago

Bendigo Weekly

Timeline PhotosSevere Weather Warning for HEAVY RAINFALL
For people in Central, North Central and parts of Northern Country and West and South Gippsland Forecast Districts.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook