Camperdown

  • 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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  • Old made new again at the Leura

    THE new lessee of the Leura Hotel has given the property a new lease of life.

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  • Theatre increases scope numbers

    AFTER 14 years servicing the Warrnambool and district community Doctor Satish Nagarajah is set to become a familiar face at the Camperdown hospital.

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  • Keen to make a difference

    IF it’s quality Australian-made and designed apparel, homeware and gifts that you’re after, look no further than Camperdown’s newest store, HERE. home-style-design.

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  • Tiger snake at pizza shop

    CAMPERDOWN shoppers had to watch their step when a two metre long tiger snake paid Manifold Street a visit today.

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  • Winter hearth warmers

    As the frosty chill of winter sets in, locals are invited to settle in at Camperdown’s ‘A Winter Hearth’ exhibition to warm their souls.

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  • Sunnyside staff protest against funding cuts

    Sunnyside House staff launched a protest campaign on Friday, calling for a reversal of mounting funding cuts to the aged care sector. According to Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), the aged care sector’s representative body, said the Federal Government has cut $3.1 billion for the aged care sector. Sunnyside House chief executive officer Rob Hemley […]

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  • Late charge to victory

    CAMPERDOWN gritted out a backs-to-the-wall victory, to overrun Terang Mortlake by seven points on the weekend. The Magpies started slowly to trail by 13 points at the first break, with both teams even in the second quarter, with a deficit of two goals facing the visitors heading into halftime. The third quarter was a tale […]

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  • Six more health services for C’down

    Camperdown and district residents will now have extra health services on their doorstep, thanks to a new South West Healthcare initiative.

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  • Trains to depart later

    Camperdown rail passengers will travel on a new route to Melbourne as of this month and arrive in the city 11 minutes quicker.

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