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Archive for: November, 2015

Wimmera residents attempt ‘Nutbush’ world record

Wimmera residents flocked to Horsham City Oval on Sunday to attempt a Guinness World Record for the highest number of people dancing to Tina Turner’s ‘The Nutbush’.

Gwenda Allgood: Experience crucial for local government

LIFESTYLE WIMMERA: Ararat councillor and former mayor Gwenda Allgood is too busy to even consider slowing down.

Keith Lockwood, still climbing mountains

Retired from the hectic pace of a regional newsroom, Keith Lockwood, now 64, continues to pursue his love of rock climbing and exploring his many interests such as playing the piano.

Marty Lieschke, the music man

LIFESTYLE WIMMERA: Wimmera musician and sound engineer Marty Lieschke has a simple message for people entering their ’60s and ’70s.

Wayne Caldow steps out of his comfort zone for African adventure

LIFESTYLE WIMMERA: There are seven days in a week, but ‘someday’ isn’t one of them.

Lifestyle Wimmera celebrates vibrant, busy community

Lifestyle 2015 web

The 52-page magazine celebrates our vibrant, busy community, with an emphasis on those approaching, considering, reaching or in retirement.

Bourkes ready to rumble

LIFESTYLE WIMMERA: The sights, sounds and experience of travelling the vast expanses of Australia are obvious lures for people who have spent their lives stuck to a desk, in meetings, on the end of machinery or in a tractor.

Horsham’s Darcy Tucker bound for Fremantle

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Horsham footballer Darcy Tucker will pull on a Fremantle jumper after the Dockers selected him with pick 27 in Tuesday night’s AFL draft in Adelaide.

Crucial games to unfold in Grampians cricket

SMASH: Laharum’s Brad Brotherton eyes off a big hit against Jung on Saturday. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

A battle will unfold on the edge of Grampians Cricket Association’s A Grade top four at the weekend with critical games scheduled at Tatyoon and Ararat’s Gordon Street Reserve.

Horsham Hornets to tackle Mt Gambier, Portland in double-header

Horsham Hornets coach Cam Bruce hopes having a full team at his disposal will help his side become the first to defeat Country Basketball League leader Mt Gambier this season.


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