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  • Mounts celebrate indigenous links

    CAMPERDOWN and Derrinallum’s indigenous links were highlighted and celebrated over the weekend as part of local NAIDOC Week celebrations.

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  • Confidence high for Magpies

    GRACE Lucas admits she is “pretty excited” to see what lies ahead for Camperdown’s open netball side over the closing rounds of the Hampden league season.

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  • Burns Fest’ draws a crowd

    A COMMITMENT to affordable family entertainment helped make Camperdown’s Robert Burns Scottish Festival a success, according to festival co-ordinator Catherine O’Flynn.

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  • Morning blaze destroys house

    A FAMILY home on Lake Bullen Merri’s ridgeline was razed to the ground early Wednesday morning in a blaze suspected of burning for hours.

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  • Hammer falls on last sale

    FROM a small country town where “everyone knew everyone”, real estate agent Kevin ‘Buddy’ Gleeson has witnessed firsthand Camperdown’s transformation into a cosmopolitan mix of incoming professionals and retirees.

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  • Chester calls it a day after 46 years

    AFTER more than four decades of employment in local government, Camperdown’s Peter (Chester) Reilly has seen the ravages of drought and floods at the local level first hand.

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  • Wind farm launched

    WORK is now under way on the Berrybank Wind Farm, with the first sod turned on the 43-turbine project on Friday.

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  • Hair Supreme burgled

    POLICE are appealing to the public for information relating to a burglary at Camperdown’s Hair Supreme salon overnight Monday.

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