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  • Chasing the ton

    AT nearly 74 years of age, Peter McDonald is showing no signs of slowing down, in fact he is hell-bent on going faster than ever.

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  • Van park managers plan rebuild

    WHILE Lake Purrumbete Caravan Park might resemble ‘ground zero’ at the moment, proprietor John Clements said it will “be better than ever” when repairs are finished.

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  • Three accidents in three days

    THREE separate accidents across the district in as many days left two people dead and five people transported to hospital for treatment over the weekend.

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  • Nature’s fury leaves a trail of destruction

    More than 50 onsite vans at the Lake Purrumbete Caravan Park were ripped apart and boats tossed across the road during a ferocious windstorm that cut through a three kilometre strip on Wednesday night.

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  • Strong numbers pay respects

    LARGE numbers again turned out at the Camperdown War Memorial on Anzac Day to pay their respects to those who served for Australia in wars.

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  • Music festival is biggest yet

    Camperdown’s three day Inner Varnika music festival is set to be the biggest yet with all 2500 tickets sold out.

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  • New era for Derri’ College

    When Derrinallum P-12 College students return to classes next week, they will welcome a new face at the helm, with Caitlyn Fitzgerald taking the reins.

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  • Double lanes for Weerite

    Construction works for two new passing lanes on the Princes Highway at Weerite got under way over the weekend and are expected to take between 12 and 20 weeks to complete.

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