Green light for subdivision

Council has agreed to issue a permit for the subdivision of the former function venue Nanga Gnulle in Strathdale after a near three-year application process. The site at 40 Harley Street has been approved for a 13-lot subdivision after more than 110 objections to the...

Bendigo reaps benefits of tourism boom

It’s been a bumper week for arts, creative industry and tourism news for Bendigo. According to Tourism Research Australia, Victoria welcomed 90.6 million international and domestic visitors, who spent $30 billion in the year to March – growth of 11.2 per cent and 10.3...

Blokes lunch now on sale

TICKETS for the 10th anniversary Biggest Ever Blokes Lunch prostate cancer fundraiser went on sale yesterday. Organising committee chairman Neil Macdonald told guests at yesterday’s launch about the the new  2019 Blokes Lunch Ambassador program, with high profile...

Call for cricketers

Junior players from the Sandhurst Cricket Club came face-to-face with Bendigo’s newest Imperial Chinese dragon, Dai Gum Loong, at the club’s recruitment launch at the Golden Dragon Museum on Monday. The campaign aims to encourage more women and children to take up the...

Blokes Lunch returns in 2019

Bendigo’s Biggest Ever Blokes Lunch is back for 2019, with a crowd of more than 500 expected to attend the Friday, November 22 fundraiser at the Bendigo Stadium. This year marks the 10th anniversary for the local event, which raises funds for the Prostate Cancer...

Come and try at annual craft festival

Textile artists from Bendigo and its surrounds will descend upon the North Bendigo Bowls Club for the Artisans Textile Festival next weekend. The festival is in its eighth year, with this year’s theme being to “come and try”. The event caters to newcomers and...

Upgrades excite

THE first lunch prepared in the new Eaglehawk Community House kitchen was served on Tuesday. The new facilities, partially funded through $20,000 from the federal government’s Stronger Communities grant, feature two ovens, two hot plates, two microwaves and an updated...

Bigger and better

The look is a little bit retro this year, but Bendigo Writers Festival is up-to-date when it comes to innovation. With interest in this year’s program booming and ticket sales ahead of expectation, The Capital Venues and Events team are stepping up preparations for...

Fair call for public support

The Bendigo Easter Fair Society has officially launched its sponsorship drive for the 150th Bendigo Easter Fair in 2020, with organisers hoping to create the city’s biggest and best Easter celebrations. The society has been custodians of the Bendigo Easter Fair since...


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The Bendigo Sports Star Awards are strong advocates for encouraging our youth to succeed, and we know that schools play a significant role in this.

Bendigo Health is providing $3000 to find the school in the Bendigo region that is encouraging its students to achieve their most, this includes being more active, eating better, and providing environments that support mental wellbeing.

Schools throughout the region are invited to nominate themselves and express the reasons why they should be voted the healthiest school for 2019.

General members of the public can also nominate a school that they think deserves the award.

Leni from Saint Monica's Primary School, Kangaroo Flat is pictured below.
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