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  • Wind dollars low but welcomed

    As works on the new Stockyard Hill Wind Farm substation at Lismore enters its seventh month, local businesses are experiencing a marginal impact on their turnovers.

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  • Clearing the mud

    Preparation works are under way on the railway line through Camperdown in the lead-up to a two week shutdown of the line in April.

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  • Former C’down cop’s sad legacy

    As Donna Bowman walked into Camperdown on Friday, memories of her husband Tony, hard at work at the local police station came to mind.

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  • Department plans North Beach burn

    Smoke is set to rise from the Lake Bullen Merri crater next month, but residents are assured there will be no need for panic.

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  • Beer lines set to flow

    The lines are set to flow again at Camperdown’s Leura Hotel with a partnership of four set to reopen the historic landmark’s doors to business as early as next month.

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  • Water pushes up rural prices

    Go back 20 years and you could buy five acres of land north of Camperdown for the same price as one acre of land to the south. These days, things have evened out a lot more with vacant land to the north and south almost the same price, acre for acre. Elders Real Estate real […]

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  • Fire break ploughed as blaze bore down

    If a fire had not broken out on Willie Hawker’s property a week before the St Patrick’s Day fires, the devastating Gnotuk blaze could have raged through Bostocks Creek into the Jancourt Forest and beyond.

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  • Truck skid scare

    EARLY morning rains took their toll Wednesday morning, causing a semi-trailer to skid off the Camperdown-Lismore Road.

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  • New start for Corangamite Arts

    CORANGAMITE Arts is kicking off 2019 with new energy and events, starting with an Artists in Action weekend.

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  • Going batty

    WITH three different types of bats recorded and a variety of native fauna detected, last weekend’s wildlife survey on Mount Leura has been hailed a “huge success”.

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