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  • Bullen Merri receives 80,000 fingerlings

    LAKE Bullen Merri received its biggest boost yet last week in terms of securing the future of the fishery.

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  • Police test 500 drivers

    FORTY-FIVE drivers across the Corangamite Shire received penalty notices on the Melbourne Cup long weekend as part of Victoria Police’s ‘Operation Furlong’ road blitz.

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  • Harley fun for adventurous residents

    SUNNYSIDE House residents donned leather jackets and full-faced helmets last week as they took turns taking Harley Davidson trike rides around town.

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  • Historic homestead sells

    AFTER generations in the Manifold family, which were the original pioneers of Camperdown and the wider district, Talindert Homestead has sold to new owners.

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  • Rockin’ in the rain

    DESPITE rain, hail and chilling winds, Camperdown’s Rock the Clock Festival numbers were up more than 30 per cent on last year, making it “the best yet”.

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  • Ticket sales double

    ORGANISERS of this weekend’s Rock the Clock vintage and retro festival in Camperdown are buoyed with ticket sales which have already more than doubled last year’s event.

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  • Substation tests start

    TESTING of 500 kilovolt (kV) circuit breakers is now under way at the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm terminal station south of Lismore.

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  • Car burns, offender runs

    THE offender behind a stolen car left burnt out on the Princes Highway at Weerite over the weekend appears to have had an attack of remorse and left two notes apologising for their actions.

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