Noorat

  • Youth tradition lives on in Noorat

    THE Scouting tradition returned to Noorat last week, with the 1st Noorat Cub Scouts Group restarting operations.

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  • Local brigades praised for efforts

    SWIFT responses from a large number of local fire brigades quickly put an end to an out-of-control grass fire on Saturday.

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  • History in the making

    DESPITE Mount Noorat’s dormant volcanic status, the life of the historic peak is far from over.

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  • Christmas fun at twilight event

    NOORAT was the one-stop-shop for bargains and Christmas fun last Friday evening.

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  • Guns at the ready, ladies

    LADIES from across the region are invited to a ladies clay shooting come and try day at the Noorat Gun Club.

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  • Say goodbye to the 70 signs

    MOTORISTS entering Noorat from the east will have to apply the brakes a little firmer and a little earlier as the State Government replaces 70 kilometres per hour (kph) zones with 60kph.

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  • Country home beckons AFL great

    NOORAT might not be quite where he grew up, but for AFL life member John Rantall, it was a welcome return to Victoria’s south west after his football career took him away over 50 years ago.

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  • Historic church resurrected

    MERCY Regional College is restoring Noorat’s old Anglican Church to its former glory as it joins the township’s other historic weatherboard buildings in receiving a new lease of life.

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