Camperdown

  • Powering up

    WORK at the Stockyard Hill Wind Farm’s terminal station near Lismore ramped up last week with the construction of six lattice towers at the site.

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  • Magpie netballers bounce back

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netball side snapped a three game losing streak with a strong win over Port Fairy last Saturday.

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  • Magpies slump to fourth straight loss

    CAMPERDOWN co-coach Neville Swayn is remaining upbeat despite his side falling to a fourth consecutive Hampden league loss on Saturday.

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  • Magpies drop third straight game

    CAMPERDOWN succumbed to a third successive defeat at the hands of North Warrnambool on Saturday.

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  • Pies struck down at Reid Oval

    CAMPERDOWN co-coach Jack Williams conceded his side has hit a bit of a “speed-hump” after sustaining a second successive Hampden league senior football defeat on Saturday.

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  • Pies fade against reigning premiers

    CAMPERDOWN open netball coach Brooke Richardson is focussing on the silver lining that has arisen from her side’s loss to Koroit last Saturday.

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  • Magpies suffer first defeat

    CAMPERDOWN will take plenty of lessons out of its Hampden league football loss to Koroit on Saturday.

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  • New era for Derri’ College

    When Derrinallum P-12 College students return to classes next week, they will welcome a new face at the helm, with Caitlyn Fitzgerald taking the reins.

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  • Double lanes for Weerite

    Construction works for two new passing lanes on the Princes Highway at Weerite got under way over the weekend and are expected to take between 12 and 20 weeks to complete.

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  • International horse trials return

    CAMPERDOWN will stage the latest edition of its annual Northern Horse Parks Lakes and Craters International Horse Trials this weekend.

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