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  • “Tumultuous” year for Sunnyside

    IN what has been described as a “tumultuous year”, Sunnyside House has posted a $127,400 surplus for the 2016/17 year, well down on the previous year’s surplus of $378,500.

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  • Panel hears wind farm issues

    A MINISTERIAL Panel of three independent experts sat in Camperdown this week to consider amendments to the proposed Berrybank wind farm development.

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  • Roll of Honour pays tribute

    HAVE you ever wondered if anyone from the street where you live lost their lives at war so that you might enjoy freedom?

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  • Cup Day collision

    CAMPERDOWN SES personnel used the jaws-of-life to free a local motorist from his vehicle after a collision on Pike Street on Tuesday.

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  • Playground closer thanks to volunteers

    A NEW playground at South Beach is well on schedule after 14 people volunteered at an on-site working bee on Saturday.

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  • A golden catch up

    REKINDLED friendships and shared memories were a highlight of last weekend’s Camperdown High School reunion which marked the 50th anniversary of the class of 1967.

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  • C’mty backs Silver Lining

    CAMPERDOWN community members rolled out the red carpet for a charity bike ride last week.

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  • Playground set for South Beach

    LAKE Bullen Merri’s South Beach is set to have a new playground in place ahead of Christmas this year, but the project hinges on locals willing to pitch in to help.

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  • Planning starts for new hospital

    A NEW hospital for Camperdown is firmly on the radar after South West Healthcare executives yesterday announced a Master Plan would be undertaken over the coming months.

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  • New festival keeps old times alive

    THE inaugural Rock the Clock festival saw Manifold Street transformed into a nirvana for lovers of all things vintage and retro over the weekend.

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