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12:06 pm | APPARITIONS, objects that go missing and are never found again, and knocking by an unknown source are common occurrences for the Pitts family. Their home, which they believe was an old miner’s cottage,…

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Spooks visit Leongatha family »

09:18 am | APPARITIONS, objects that go missing and are never found again, and knocking by an unknown source are common occurrences…

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Council backs community projects »

09:16 am | SOUTH Gippsland Shire Council has supported the community by funding 21 projects across the shire to the tune of…

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Historian loved the region he wrote about »

09:13 am | NICHOLAS John Murphy died 12 months to the day after his wife of 68 years, Kathleen Murphy. He left…

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Volunteers deliver tourism gold »

09:10 am | WHEREVER you wander, sourcing information from locals will always reveal hidden spots and gems that online sites just can’t…

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Applause for Young Frankenstein »

12:19 pm | YOUNG Frankenstein is a boisterous crowd-pleaser, filled with laugh out loud double entendres, slapstick and a stellar cast to deliver it all. With my partner, a non-theatre goer, in tow, I was a little apprehensive to attend opening night of Leongatha Lyric Theatre’s musical last Friday. But instead of expected fidgeting, my partner was gripped…

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Minister to hear of weed woes »

09:28 am | LANDCARE groups want to discuss the proliferation of weeds in South Gippsland with Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes. Libby Anthony, chair of South Gippsland Landcare Network, has written to the minister. She also chairs Landcare’s Community Weeds Taskforce. The taskforce was formed in 2006 in response to community’s concern over changes in State Government weed…

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Spooks visit Leongatha family »

12:06 pm | APPARITIONS, objects that go missing and are never found again, and knocking by an unknown source are common occurrences for the Pitts family. Their home, which they believe was an old miner’s cottage, was moved from Yallourn in the 1970s to Leongatha. Shelley Pitts said her daughter Tayla, husband Danny and herself have been living…

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Giants hang on for a close victory »

10:01 am | Korumburra-Bena resisted a final term push at Warragul on Saturday, defeating the Industrials by seven points. The Giants played good attacking football with their on-ball brigade of the Snooks brothers, Macri and Monson holding up well in the contest. Goals to Cann and Jordy Hill finished off a good first term to the side as…

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Minister to hear of weed woes »

09:28 am | LANDCARE groups want to discuss the proliferation of weeds in South Gippsland with Victorian Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes. Libby Anthony, chair of South Gippsland Landcare Network, has written to the…

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New talent benefits clients »

09:25 am | ELDERS has long been an established name in South Gippsland’s livestock and real estate scene. Now the team is growing, with branch…

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In the poo: dung beetles improve soil health »

09:21 am | A TINY wonder of nature is transforming soil quality to benefit farmers. The humble dung beetle makes soil healthier and more productive…

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Business

Sarah designs thriving business »

09:07 am | THE quote “creativity is intelligence having fun” has become a life motto that Inverloch’s Sarah Van Stokrom lives by. She practises this…

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Our Top Builders »

09:05 am | Roseleigh triumphs with custom design THOSE who have been clients of Roseleigh Homes won’t be surprised to learn they’ve again been recognised…

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Woolies workers face the chop »

09:22 am | LONG-TIME Woolworths workers in Leongatha and Wonthaggi are facing the prospect of losing their current jobs. Days after the Leongatha store celebrated the achievements of four senior staff who’d chalked…

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