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  • Bridge beams arrive

    A NEW bridge on Castle Carey Road has begun to take shape, after concrete beams arrived at the site last week.

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  • Cambodia opens eyes

    MERCY Regional College students who attended an immersion trip to Cambodia have described the experience as “eye-opening”.

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  • Timely repairs for clock tower

    MUCH-NEEDED restoration works on Camperdown’s historic clock tower will start today.

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  • Remembering their sacrifices

    LOCAL residents flocked to Camperdown on Wednesday to commemorate one of the country’s biggest days of remembrance.

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  • Lessons of solidarity

    MEMBER for Wannon Dan Tehan was in Camperdown on Thursday as part of the mobile office initiative.

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  • First attack vehicle on trial

    A SPECIALIST vehicle designed to help the CFA fight blazes in the alpine regions of Victoria is currently being trialled at the Cobrico and Elingamite peat fires.

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  • A cuppa and cake makes a difference

    TEACUPS were raised and cupcakes enjoyed as last week’s morning tea fundraiser at the Camperdown chemist raised $1000 for a fire affected family.

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  • Rolling out a quicker fix

    CONSTRUCTION of a four-kilometre above-ground water pipeline has been completed near Cobrico in a bid to combat the nearby peat fire.

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  • Rolling up for fire relief

    RUMBLING tummies proved to be a windfall for BlazeAid last week, after Camperdown’s Snout in the Trough cafe staged a breakfast fundraiser.

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  • Record set for Good Friday

    CAMPERDOWN and district residents outdid themselves for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal this year, after raising a record total of $27,943.

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