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  • Robbery reunion heals 35-year wounds

    TERANG’S Steve Lamb’s life changed forever on January 31, 1984, after he was taken hostage in a bank robbery in Sydney, had a gun to his head and escaped with his life thanks to the quick thinking of police.

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  • On track for Remembrance Day opening

    MONTHS of preparation and excitement led to the arrival of the old Melbourne W871 tram at the Terang Returned and Services League (RSL) sub-branch hall last week.

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  • Art flairs inherited

    ARTISTIC talent has spread across three generations of a Terang family.

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  • Defibrillators ready for easy use at Terang and Noorat

    THE Terang and Noorat post offices have received life-saving equipment with 24-hour public access, through a joint initiative between Australia Post and St John Ambulance Australia.

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  • Friends and family mark milestone

    COOINDA Terang friends, staff members and family made sure long-time client Ian Cronin’s 80th birthday was a special occasion on Monday.

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  • Worries over budget details

    MEMBER for Polwarth Richard Riordan has lobbed criticisms at the State Budget for prioritising inner-city projects, describing Premier Daniel Andrews and Treasurer Tim Pallas as “behaving like kids with their parents’ credit cards”.

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  • Tehan retains Wannon

    THE Wannon electorate is set to notch up 68 years as a Liberal Party stronghold after sitting member Dan Tehan was re-elected for another three years with an extended majority on the weekend.

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  • RSL lays foundations for retired Melbourne tram

    THE Terang Returned and Services League (RSL) sub-branch has made way for a piece of Melbourne’s early history.

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