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A city of southeast Australia north-northwest of Melbourne. It was founded in 1851 during the Australian gold rush.
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(Placename) a city in SE Australia, in central Victoria: founded in 1851 after the discovery of gold. Pop: 68 715 (2001)
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(ˈbɛn dɪˌgoʊ)

a city in central Victoria in SE Australia: gold mining. 64,790.
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It was in the brave old days of Ballarat and Bendigo, when ship after ship went out black with passengers and deep with stores, to bounce home with a bale or two of wool, and hardly hands enough to reef topsails in a gale.
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A jury in Victoria, Australia, convicted Christine Lyons on Thursday of murder and attempted murder of Samantha Kelly, who was fatally struck in the head with a hammer in January 2016 near her home in Bendigo, Australia, the ( Australian Associated Press reported.
Report Australia Bendigo Cup G3 Bendigo, 1m4f, 3yo+ handicap QEWY'S love-affair with Australia continued yesterday when he added the Bendigo Cup to the Geelong and Sandown Cups he claimed during the 2016 Spring Carnival.
Bendigo, Australia: Bendigo Bank, the Tasmanian Community Bank(r) network, Rural Bank and The Salvation Army have joined forces to launch the Tasmanian Flood Appeal.
EP 53111 was the subject of a competitive permit allocation process (NAA) by New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals initiated in late 2010 and encompasses the Rise and Shine Shear Zone and the Cromwell Lode within the historic Bendigo goldfield.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- Thirty Emirati students have successfully completed the month-long cultural exchange programme in Bendigo, Australia.
A total of 30 Emirati students recently graduate from a month-long Australian cultural exchange programme in Bendigo, a regional city located just under two hours north of Melbourne.
The programme is held in partnership between the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec) and Bendigo Tafe (technical and further education), an entity under Australia's Victorian Government, that provides education, training and assessment services.