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Council bullying allegations to be investigated »

03:26 pm | Victorian Local Government Minister Adem Somyurek has asked the Local Government Inspectorate to investigate allegations of bullying within South Gippsland Shire Council, as a result of reporting in The Great Southern Starthis week. The reporting…

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Community

Art appeals »

03:52 pm | THE Inverloch Art Show raised funds for Bass Coast Health, at the Inverloch Community Hub over the weekend.…

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Pear party goes off »

03:48 pm | AS soon as the clock struck 10am, the crowds started to pour through the gates of the Heritage Pear…

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Women chat over breakfast »

03:46 pm | WOMEN from across South Gippsland enjoyed an International Women’s Day breakfast on Friday, March 8. From left, Vicki Bradley,…

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Work starts on Foster library upgrade »

03:43 pm | WORKS have started on Foster Library’s $92,000 upgrade, which will make it the state’s first library to be accessed…

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Teens act scary »

11:12 am | REHEARSALS are ramping up for Mary MacKillop College students performing in their upcoming production of The Addams Family. Despite still being in school uniform at their rehearsals, cast members were in full character and putting on a convincing and comical show recently – so much so that director Bron Kalos and music director Elly Poletti…

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Draft code to increase fairness »

03:53 pm | THE draft dairy code of conduct was announced in mid January following continued consultation with processors and farmers from all eight Australian dairy regions. The eventual mandatory code of conduct is expected to cover about 87 processors and 5800 dairy farmers, and whilst the draft phase continues and the mandatory code is developed, a voluntary…

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Council bullying allegations to be investigated »

03:26 pm | Victorian Local Government Minister Adem Somyurek has asked the Local Government Inspectorate to investigate allegations of bullying within South Gippsland Shire Council, as a result of reporting in The Great Southern Starthis week. The reporting included an account by former councillor Meg Edwards at the councillor crisis meeting in Leongatha last Thursday evening.The minister said this afternoon,…

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Sophie follows racing dreams »

11:21 am | FORMER Leongatha local Sophie Herrald-Logan is making waves in the racing world. Most recently, Sophie was proud to win the Port Lincoln Cup in South Australia on March 1. “It was one of the biggest thrills of my career. It was quite a significant race and I was thrilled to win it for the trainers…

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Draft code to increase fairness »

03:53 pm | THE draft dairy code of conduct was announced in mid January following continued consultation with processors and farmers from all eight Australian dairy regions. The eventual mandatory code of conduct…

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ACM offers minimum price »

03:39 pm | AUSTRALIAN Consolidated Milk (ACM) is offering its suppliers price certainty, with a minimum $6.50 a kilogram of milk solids for next season.…

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Dairy data revolution »

01:16 pm | THE Australian dairy industry is on the brink of a data revolution, with new technologies such as genomics, farm automation and sensors…

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Germano steps up as VFF deputy » Mick’s ready for dry conditions » Prices continue to ease » Canberra to hear of mastitis reduction » Sage tastes Dairy Week success »

Business

Excitement builds in Korumburra »

01:54 pm | THE Korumburra community is excited about the prospect of the Great Southern Rail Trail being extended to the town, from Leongatha. The…

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Delegation takes priorities to Canberra »

01:53 pm | A DELEGATION of Gippsland business and community leaders travelled to Canberra recently for two days of meetings with government and shadow ministers,…

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Young builders shine » Woman inspires businesswomen » Much to like at Bairs » Record year for tourism » Sureway gives to Lifeline »

Phone outages stress businesses »

04:01 pm | TOORA businesses have again experienced phone outages following the disconnection to some landline services that started on Christmas. Foodworks supermarket, Prom Coast Hardware and the Toora Newsagency were among the…

Mar 13 2019 / No Comment / Read More »

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