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The Bendigo Times is focused on local stories, events and sport within the greater Bendigo region. Established in 2020 and drawing on success in other markets, our team delivers current and interesting stories for locals and visitors alike. The Bendigo region is vibrant and diverse, with fantastic cultural and tourist attractions that draw in visitors from across Victoria, interstate and around the world. We strive to bring relevant and positive stories to our readers that help them make important decisions about their lives. Our diverse range of regular contributors and a wider readership demographic is reflected in our advertising and articles, as well as audience engagement.
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The City of Greater Bendigo is located in the geographic centre of Victoria, with a population of over 118,000 people. The region is part of the Jaara Country, the traditional land of people of the Dja Dja Wurrung language. With Bendigo as its largest centre, the municipality includes the thriving smaller communities of Heathcote, Elmore, Goornong, Marong, Redesdale and Axedale. Bendigo has been a major business and industry centre since the gold rush in the 1850s. The growing economy and vibrant community make Bendigo an exciting and progressive place to live. Bendigo's economy is diverse with a strong manufacturing sector, growth in retail to cater for the expanding population, professional services, finance and education. Whilst manufacturing is Bendigo's largest industry by economic output there has been substantial growth in all business sectors. Bendigo's business and manufacturing industry is comprised of multi-national, national and small to medium enterprises. For example, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is one of Bendigo's largest businesses and has grown to become a major player in Australia's finance industry. Headquartered in Bendigo, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is well established Australia wide with over 3000 staff and over 1 million customers. Gold mining, defence equipment, engineering and food manufacturing are other areas where industry has flourished in Bendigo.
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