Corangamite Shire

  • Facing up to a fresh future

    ALL four clock faces on Camperdown’s iconic clock tower are in the process of being replaced after years of leakage resulted in extensive rust.

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  • Wet winter on target

    FARMING land around Lake Purrumbete was inundated with rain over the winter months, making for the perfect breeding habitat for black swans.

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  • Theatre funding applauded

    CAMPERDOWN’S Theatre Royal is set to expand the types of functions it can host, thanks to a $108,000 Federal Government grant announced on Sunday.

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  • More work needed

    SCAFFOLDING around Camperdown’s clock tower is likely to be in place longer than expected with additional works on the clock faces and roof required.

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  • The heart of the town

    LOCALS have been asked to vote with their feet in the push to keep Camperdown’s historic courthouse in community hands.

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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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  • Lease signed

    CAMPERDOWN’S saleyards will be under new management as of next week after Regional Livestock Exchanges (RLX) entered into a long-term lease for the facility with the Corangamite Shire Council this week.

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  • Timely repairs for clock tower

    MUCH-NEEDED restoration works on Camperdown’s historic clock tower will start today.

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  • Cars, bikes and… a seaplane!

    DESPITE disruptive rains, the first ever Camperdown Car and Bike Show has been hailed a “great success”, with organisers excited about events to come.

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  • Firebug suspected

    POLICE have warned a fire-bug could be operating in Skipton after an unoccupied house was completely destroyed in a fire on Monday afternoon.

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