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  • Streetscape turning spooky

    A NUMBER of Camperdown businesses are preparing for a long working day on Friday the 13th for a special sale event.

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  • End of an era for iconic hall

    THE Leslie Manor community has given their local hall a ‘last hurrah’ before it was sold back to the homestead owners Dan and Patrice O’Brien on Friday (today).

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  • Old made new again at the Leura

    THE new lessee of the Leura Hotel has given the property a new lease of life.

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  • Local students enjoy the spectacle

    CAMPERDOWN was well-represented at the recent Victorian State Schools Spectacular (VSSS).

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  • Music fills the air at Weerite

    MEMBERS of the Weerite and district community turned out in force to enjoy a day of music earlier this week.

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  • Little explorers at Mount Leura

    MOUNT Leura was abuzz with activity over the weekend, with the Mount Leura and Mount Sugarloaf Committee hosting the inaugural ‘Come and Explore Day’.

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  • Students getting ready to race

    VICTORIAN Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) students from Camperdown College are revving their engines as they once again team up with the Victorian Mower Racing Association (VicMow) to organise the first round of Mow Down 2017.

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  • Ponders farewell roadhouse

    AFTER 29 years of servicing the Skipton community, Nigel and Roslyn Ponder are calling it a day at the Skipton Roadhouse.

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  • Gnotuk petition goes before Parliament

    PEOPLE should not have to wait until someone is killed before safety measures are taken at the notorious Gnotuk Lane and Princes Highway intersection, Member for Polwarth Richard Riordan said this week.

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  • Ice fight hits the road

    THE anti ‘ice’ message will be unmissable across the Corangamite Shire with the launch of two mobile billboards this week.

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