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Highway of peril »

11:49 am | Brad Lester   KEVIN Scott fears another major accident will happen near his home after a spate of crashes over the years. He lives on the Bass Highway at Inverloch and said the…

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Berrys Creek tantalises on world stage »

12:04 pm | Grace Griffith   BERRYS Creek Gourmet Cheese’s Riverine Blue has been recognised at an international level, taking out a…

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Surf’s up for Sage »

11:29 am | Daniel Renfrey   PHILLIP Island’s Sage Goldsbury will head to the ISA World Junior Surfing Championship for the second…

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It’s Dallas’ Day »

11:24 am | Daniel Renfrey   YOUNG gun basketballer Dallas Loughridge will pull on the green and gold at the next FIBA…

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Clean sweep for Hans »

01:34 pm | Grace Griffith   THERE were 12 chimney sweeps in one room during a recent family reunion North Wonthaggi’s Hans…

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Native flowers grow in popularity »

11:54 am | WITH more than 20,000 species of native plants in Australia, their range and beauty is diverse. “The thing some people don’t understand is that Australian native gardens don’t have to be these wild bushes. They can be in flower all year round,” Jenny Sierakowski said. Whether in flower or not, native plants have unique, attractive…

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Cows pave the way to dairying careers for South Gippsland students »

04:49 pm | STUDENTS across South Gippsland continue to gain an insight into dairying careers, thanks to an innovative program. The Cows Create Careers program is exposing students to job opportunities within the industry and not just as farmers. Year 9 students at Newhaven College recently hosted two calves for three weeks as part of the program. Calves…

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Highway of peril »

11:49 am | Brad Lester   KEVIN Scott fears another major accident will happen near his home after a spate of crashes over the years. He lives on the Bass Highway at Inverloch and said the collapse of shoulders on either side of the highway results in flooding after rain. “This causes people to drive in the centre…

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Surf’s up for Sage »

11:29 am | Daniel Renfrey   PHILLIP Island’s Sage Goldsbury will head to the ISA World Junior Surfing Championship for the second time in as many years later this month. The 15-year-old will tackle the surf at Huntington Beach, California, from October 26 to November 3. “I’m very excited, it’s my second year going and I’m really keen…

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Cows pave the way to dairying careers for South Gippsland students »

04:49 pm | STUDENTS across South Gippsland continue to gain an insight into dairying careers, thanks to an innovative program. The Cows Create Careers program is exposing students to job opportunities within the…

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DISCO mowers have the moves »

02:12 pm | NEW CLAAS DISCO MOVE 3600 and 3200 mowers can really shake their stuff. The mowers have an impressive ‘give’ of up to…

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South Gippsland Landcare groups awarded »

02:07 pm | SOUTH Gippsland groups took awards at the recent bi-annual Victorian Landcare Awards. Among them was Gippsland Intrepid Landcare – a group that…

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Inverloch tree experts branch out »

07:44 am | WHILE the leaves clogging your gutters may be out of sight, they shouldn’t be out of mind. For many people, cleaning out…

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Sam’s all pumped up »

04:56 pm | Action Pumps’ new owner can help you YOU might think he’d be feeling the pressure, or, dare we say it, under the…

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Berrys Creek tantalises on world stage »

12:04 pm | Grace Griffith   BERRYS Creek Gourmet Cheese’s Riverine Blue has been recognised at an international level, taking out a silver medal in a global class amongst 5000 other entries. It…

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