Camperdown

  • Local pair notch up 60 years together

    TED and Gwen Aitken were hoping they would celebrate a significant milestone quietly last week.

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  • McDonald making the most of time abroad

    CAMPERDOWN triathlon export Kurt McDonald is loving life in the United States.

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  • Pies prevail in the wet

    CAMPERDOWN snapped a six game losing streak with a strong win over South Warrnambool on Saturday.

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  • War memorial works start

    REPAIRS to one of Camperdown’s war monuments took place last week.

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  • Local takes on PawGust

    ONE Camperdown local is using six feet to drum up support for a cause close to his heart this month.

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  • Magpies break into top five

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netball side has set up a mouth-watering clash with South Warrnambool tomorrow after easily defeating Hamilton Kangaroos last Saturday.

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  • Magpies denied by Roos

    THE finals aspirations of Camperdown’s senior football side came to an end on Saturday night after the Magpies fell to Hamilton Kangaroos in their round 15 fixture at Melville Oval.

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  • Snake found

    CAMPERDOWN Police were called to collect a backpack containing a snake yesterday morning (Thursday) after it was found in front of a Manifold Street business.

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  • Magpies account for Seagulls

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netball side moved a step closer to securing a Hampden league finals berth, downing Port Fairy for the second time this season last Saturday.

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  • Pies fall short against Port

    CAMPERDOWN co-coach Jack Williams has refused to shut the door on his side’s Hampden league football finals hopes despite losing to Port Fairy on Saturday.

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