Bendigo's seventh coronavirus lockdown hits retail, tourism, hospitality

Elspeth Kernebone
By Elspeth Kernebone
Updated August 22 2021 - 7:37am, first published August 21 2021 - 6:30am
Bendigo Heritage Attractions chief executive James Reade had to stand down staff with just a few hours notice. Picture: NONI HYETT

DEJECTED, fatigued and sad is how Bendigo business owners have described themselves, as they shut down with just hours notice when the regional Victoria entered its seventh lockdown.

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Elspeth Kernebone

Accident brought me to journalism, but every day convinces me again that strong media is more important than ever. After a starting off as the sole reporter in a tiny NSW town, I’m loving the teeming metropolis that is Bendigo. Focussed on health, business and education. Got a tip? Email elspeth.kernebone@bendigoadvertiser.com.au.

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