Players aim to bridge the player gap

How many of us have spent lonely mornings with the newspaper, clutching a crossword dictionary in a desperate effort to keep the neural pathways if not zapping along, at least open? The Bendigo Bridge Club Inc is inviting people to enjoy the gentle challenge of...

New life for shed

Central Deborah Gold Mine has unveiled the Panning Shed, a new function space, with a distinctly Bendigo flavour, As a tourist attraction, Central Deborah uses The Panning Shed during the day to show off the massive crushing battery machinery as well as allowing...

Marking the anniversary

THERE is a free community event on tomorrow to mark the 10-year anniversary of the 2009 Victorian bushfires which devastated Victoria, including parts of Bendigo. Residents are invited to remember the anniversary and enjoy morning tea at the Bendigo Bushfire Memorial...

New focus on crime

BENDIGO police are set to have enhanced capabilities with the rollout of new body worn cameras. The new camera is a tool worn on a police officer’s uniform, used to record video and audio footage. Their introduction is expected to deliver improved community safety and...

Dai Gum Loong is coming soon

DAI Gum Loong’s incredible journey from dream to reality is almost complete. Our latest Chinese imperial dragon was this week officially blessed in a spectacular display of colour and tradition as his journey to Bendigo edges ever closer. City of Greater Bendigo mayor...

Wax work a winner

When the president of Networking Bendigo Tim McCrohan volunteered to have his arm waxed as part of a cancer fundraising event, the day turned out somewhat differently than he expected. Sitting in a chair at Brazilian Beauty he watched and grimaced as the staff set to...

Gearing up for Sports Star

THE Peak Bendigo Sports Star of the Year awards night is just three weeks away, with tickets to the Friday, March 1 event selling fast. The popular gala event brings together some of the region’s most celebrated sporting personalities to acknowledge current and...

The famous five at Maiden Gully

“FIVE of the best,” is how Maiden Gully Primary School principal Craig Arrowsmith describes the Coghill clan – five siblings who are this year, for one year only, all at the same school. There’s Xavier in grade six, Lachlan in four and Austin in three, while twins...

Memories of the Flat

You have to admire the droll humour of former aviator Keith Buttrey when describing his hair-raising adventures in the London to Australia Air Race of 1969. “It had its moments,” was Mr Buttrey’s comment when asked about the details of flying with John Wynn in an...



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