Camperdown

  • Blue-green disgrace

    LAKE Bullen Merri’s debilitating blue-green algae problems will never be fixed unless a single body is put in charge of the waterway, according to Fishsticks fish farmer and habitat researcher Stephen Mueller.

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  • Christmas Fest’ success

    The festive season was buzzing in Camperdown over the weekend with locals out in force for the town’s first ever Christmas Festival.

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  • Pursuit offender faces 25 charges

    A 39 year-old Warrnambool man was remanded in custody after leading police on an hour-long vehicle pursuit which came to an abrupt end in Camperdown on Sunday.

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  • Daffy stable chasing success

    MORE wins are on the agenda for Geoff Daffy’s promising stable this season according to his assistant Neville Wilson.

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  • Hitting the brakes

    WHEN Trevor and Gail Lee first took on Camperdown Auto Sales, the business was one of six car yards competing head-to-head for business in the town.

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  • Lest we forget

    ABOUT 300 people gathered at the Camperdown soldiers’ memorial as part of Remembrance Day commemorations on Sunday to mark 100 years since the Armistice was signed to end World War I.

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  • Celebrating all things Scottish

    A NEW format for Camperdown’s Robert Burns Scottish Festival proved a success with strong attendances recorded at a number of events, according to the organising committee.

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  • Blooming romances

    ROMANCE flowed from the doors of Camperdown’s Full Bloom florist on Wednesday as bouquets of colourful flowers were delivered across the shire for Valentine’s Day.

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  • McIlveen’s relay recognition

    THE chance to be involved in the Queen’s Baton Relay has been described as a once in a lifetime opportunity for Camperdown’s Ross McIlveen.

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  • Race Day’s $90k upgrade

    RACEGOERS will notice a major upgrade of facilities at the Camperdown track this weekend, with 620 metres of new fencing in place.

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