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Travellers snap up Vic tourism vouchers

Victorians have snapped up 40,000 extra regional tourism vouchers, aimed at encouraging people to holiday at home and boosting an economy ravaged by COVID-19.

More Victorian tourism vouchers released

Victoria has released tens of thousands of extra regional tourism vouchers to encourage people to holiday at home and boost the economy. Registration for the latest batch of 40,000 vouchers, allowing Victorian travellers to recoup $200 in holiday costs, opened on Wednesday. The initial launch of the program in December crashed the...

On This Day - 20th January

Welcome to 20th January. The date in 1980 when the United States boycotted the Moscow Olympics. Edwin Aldrin is 91 and Paul Stanley is 69. Aaron Stevens has all the events and birthdays with On This Day. Photo by Daria Vasileva from Pexels  

Campaspe Shire seeking youth advisory group

Young people aged twelve to twnty five from across Campaspe Shire are invited to apply to join Council’s current Youth Advisory Group. Councils says its an opportunity for young people to share their views and opinions on issues to help better understand their needs. Applications are open until Feb 26 and can...

Investigations continue into an incident in Bendigo

Investigations continue after a man sprayed an unknown substance in a Bendigo building yesterday afternoon. The incident happened on King Street with one woman taken to hospital and the hazmat unit called in. It remains unclear as to what the substance was. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800...

Paddock fire under control in Greytown

The CFA were yesterday called to a paddock fire in Graytown,  just north of the Puckapunyal Army Base. Twenety two CFA vehicles responded to the 170 hectare blaze, along with water aircraft. A hayshed and some machinery have been lost in the blaze, but no houses have been reported razed. It was brought...