Editorials

Friday, March 22, 2019

The impact of the horror and violence that unfolded in Christchurch a week ago continues to reverberate throughout the world, as a stunned nation struggles to come to grips with what occurred, and society looks for ways to ensure such a terrible crime never takes...

Respect is not about age

LAST week’s climate change strikes and rallies by young people fed up with the major political parties’ inaction has drawn a mixed response from the rest of the community, but it’s something we should expect to see a lot more of. I have no problem with young people...

Our royal affair

YOU don’t need to be a royalist to appreciate the significance of the latest art exhibition to premiere at the Bendigo Art Gallery, with Tudors to Windsors set to be unveiled tomorrow. But it probably helps. This stunning display of the British monarchy includes...

Opinion

The hottest January on record. Severe drought across eastern Australia. Bushfires in areas that have never before experienced fire. Record floods in north Queensland, killing 300,000 cattle and decimating the livelihoods of farmers. These extreme weather events are...

For the future

The shortage of suitable industrial land across the Greater Bendigo municipality is something we all need to be concerned about, both for ourselves and the generations to come who look to us to provide them with the opportunities, employment and lifestyle they...

opinion

If we’d ever been in doubt, this summer of record-breaking heat and low inflows has provided us with plenty of evidence of the very finite nature of water in the Murray–Darling Basin. That’s why staying the course to implement the basin plan in full is more important...

Sports winner

FOR more than 50 years, the Bendigo community has acknowledged and celebrated the sporting achievements of local athletes who continue to excel at a state, national and international level through the auspices of the Bendigo Sports Star awards. The awards are the...

Hub boost vital

THE saying goes, you cannot judge a book by its cover, and the progress of the much anticipated GovHub project which will now be established on the City of Greater Bendigo’s present day Lyttleton Terrace site is another good example of this. The proposal has its...

Hub offers appeal

ONE of the most talked about and eagerly awaited public infrastructure projects of our time is about to come to a head, as councillors prepare to vote on a recommendation to support the development of a GovHub on their current Lyttleton Terrace office site.  The...

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