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Past articles by David:

Ring Cycle Festival to attract visitors from interstate and overseas

Wagner's epic Ring Cycle is about to explode on Bendigo. Picture supplied The countdown is on for the start of what promises to be one of the biggest cultural events ever to hit the city of Bendigo. → Read More

Waller Realty joins Belle Property to boost its real estate market

The Waller Realty team of (from left) Tim Noonan, Rob Waller and Narelle Waller have joined the Belle Property group. Picture supplied Central Victorian real estate agency Waller Realty has joined forces with Belle Property to grow its client base in the region. → Read More

Bendigo Writers Festival unveils line-up for 2023

Bendigo Writers Festival draws a huge crowd each year and this year's event looks set to be just as popular again. Bendigo Writers Festival returns to the City of Gastronomy this May with a literary banquet fit for a royal table on the menu. → Read More

Monday's rain breaks two-month dry spell

Rain on Monday follows a dry start to 2023. Picture by Noni Hyett This week's rain has been a welcome sight around the region after a particularly dry start to 2023. → Read More

Pipeline complete on Kyneton Recycled Water Irrigation project

Federal Minister for the Environment and Water Tanya Plibersek A $7.5 million project to use recycled water on farms and businesses in Kyneton has been completed. → Read More

Bendigo takes steps to uncover part of history in John Joseph recognition

Perhaps the forgetting of Joseph should not be surprising. → Read More

Bendigo Advertiser journalist reflects on rubbing shoulders with Caroline Kennedy

The journalists covered the story on Monday, February 27. → Read More

Buloke Shire Council makes in-principle decision to end home care support services

Consultation to start with affected staff and their representatives as well as clients, families, and the broader community. → Read More

St John of God Bendigo welcomes prestigious speaker as city hosts medical professionals

St John of God Hospital Bendigo chief executive Michael Hogan with Dr Norman Swan at Thursday's dinner. Picture supplied Central Victoria's top medical professionals packed into the Mackenzie Quarters on Thursday to hear one of healthcare's most respected and well-known names. → Read More

Dr Norman Swan to speak at gathering of medical professionals

More than 100 GPs and surgeons will gather at Mackenzie Quarters on Thursday, February 16 to hear from one of Australia's leading health commentators. → Read More

Sacred Heart Cathedral to host Chamber Philharmonia Cologne

Germany's Chamber Philharmonia Cologne will perform at Sacred Heart Cathedral next week. Bendigo's Sacred Heart Cathedral is playing host to the internationally-renowned Chamber Philharmonia Cologne next week. → Read More

Be.Bendigo, Red Energy Arena join forces for corporate world

"While Red Energy Arena is home to community sports including local basketball, netball and volleyball clubs, it also... → Read More

Bendigo Rotary offers $2000 a year to fund student's agriculture course

The funding is to support study-related expenses including course costs, study materials and equipment, textbooks or tutoring. → Read More

Bendigo hosts workshop for a new Biosecurity Strategy

Agriculture Victoria is looking for input on a new Biosecurity Strategy. Agriculture Victoria will hold a workshop in Bendigo on Wednesday, February 8 to help develop a new Biosecurity Strategy for the state. → Read More

Small Business Bus to visit Loddon Shire

Small businesses in the Loddon Shire will soon be given a lift on the route to success. → Read More

Bendigo Symphony Orchestra in rehearsal for big season

Before the first concert, the audience can purchase the whole season for a discount. → Read More

'Not OK': Community rallies en masse to protest cemetery rules

Get the latest Bendigo news in your inbox Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date. Email addressNotify meWe care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy. → Read More

Kyneton Saleyards to host Australia's Largest Suffolk Ewe Auction

More breeders and buyers from interstate to attend after success of last year's inaugural event. → Read More

Hepburn Shire awards 18 Small-Scale Artisan Agriculture Grants worth more than $34,000

Grant recipients came from a range of businesses including wineries, flower farms, organic growers and berry farms. → Read More

Christmas Eve lottery draw nets almost $900,000 for Maryborough woman

Christmas came early for one Maryborough woman when she won more than $896,000 in the weekend's TattsLotto draw. → Read More