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Volleyball star visits Newhaven College

NEWHAVEN College students were recently treated to a volleyball clinic with international professional player Chaine Staelens from The Netherlands. Chaine’s 19 year career included 365 games representing The Netherlands National Team from 1997 to 2011 and then she went on to play for clubs in Brazil, Italy and Japan. During her impressive career, Chaine also […]

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Leongatha golf is in great shape

since completion of the new bunkers at the Leongatha Golf Course has been tremendous said course manager and golf pro, Josh Hall. “Everyone is loving the course and it’s looking pretty good out there. Aesthetically and playability wise the course has been improved,” he said. It is expected the $25,000 project will propel the course […]

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Inverloch ladder leaders

NERRENA lost its third wicket, Josh Trease, without the addition of a run but Damien Symmons came to the crease and set about adding 48 runs to get the targeted 179 needed on track. Unfortunately, none of his team mates were able to follow suit and Nerrena fell 24 runs short, all out for 154 […]

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Jumping to success

EQUESTRIANS from all over Australia gathered in Korumburra over the weekend for the Holden Show Jumping Classic. Riders and their mounts took part in more than 800 jumping events at the Korumburra Showgrounds. “This year we have had the most entries in our history,” event organiser Sandy Carfrae said. “I love doing it but it […]

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Juniors on the turf

LEONGATHA and District Cricket Association Under 12’s and 13’s played on Sunday at Scorpion Park Leongatha against Sale/Maffra. The game was played on turf using a white ball which was a first for a lot of the boys. In the Under 13s’game Sale/Maffra won the toss and sent Leongatha in. Aaron Bardwell and Rohan Slade […]

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Netball, come one, come all

MELBOURNE Vixen netballers, Geva Mentor and Kate Molony, will be in Leongatha on Friday for a Come and Try Netball event as part of Social Inclusion Week and for International Day of People with Disability. The event is sponsored by Netball Victoria, Leongatha and District Netball Association and the South Coast Access Alliance. It aims […]

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Your top choice for travel

JILL and Ed Carmody are pleased to announce Leongatha’s leading travel agency is now a member of Travellers Choice. After 12 years under the Jetset franchise, Jill and Ed made the move to Travellers Choice and will now trade as Leongatha Travel and Cruise. “As an independent member of Travellers Choice, Leongatha Travel and Cruise […]

November 25th, 2014 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Lyric reminisce on 50 years

LYRIC theatre is celebrating 50 years of entertainment this year. The legacy began in July, 1965, with the first ever Lyric production Trial by Jury. Trial by Jury is a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta and – because it was a very short show – the cast started the program with selected excerpts from other musical […]

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Prom Country Business Forum

SOCIAL media is often lauded as a ‘must-have’ tool for any business. But is it all it’s cracked up to be and how can it work for you? On Monday, December 1, Prom Country Regional Tourism is hosting a Business Forum that will discuss Facebook and how it can work in a business setting. Other […]

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Mirboo North for all things festive

MIRBOO North has what you need for the festive season this Christmas. The Wren’s Nest offers beautiful gifts including a wide range of books, quality children’s toys and art materials and unusual gifts and homewares. Craig Young’s Butchery can provide you with free range turkeys and turkey rolls, hams, pork, seasoned legs of lamb, chicken, […]

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