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MG faces Federal Court action

ACCC takes action against Murray Goulburn The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against Australia’s largest milk processor, Murray Goulburn Cooperative Co. Limited (Murray Goulburn) The ACCC, alleges MG engaged in unconscionable conduct and made false or misleading representations in contravention of the Australian Consumer Law. The ACCC also […]

April 28th, 2017 | Posted in Featured,News,Rural News | Read More »

Nurse’s story moves Inverloch

THE terrors endured by Australian nurse Vivian Bullwinkel at the hands of the Japanese during World War Two were shared at Inverloch’s Anzac Day service last Tuesday (April 25). Guest speaker Tessa Sydenham of Inverloch spoke about Sister Bullwinkel surviving a massacre of nurses in the sea off Banka Island in 1942. Despite being shot, […]

April 26th, 2017 | Posted in Community,Featured | Read More »

Whistleblower: good leaders act

FORMER policeman and high-profile whistleblower, Simon Illingworth, delivered a powerful and inspiring speech to local Bass Coast and South Gippsland business and community members in Inverloch recently. Mr Illingworth shared his courageous story of being a whistleblower and exposing corruption in the police force to a captivated audience at the Gippsland Community Network Events series […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in Business | Read More »

MP optimistic about Leongatha dairy factory

MURRAY Goulburn’s Leongatha factory looks to be less affected by a review of the co-operative’s operations than other factories. That is the view of Gippsland South MLA Danny O’Brien, who met with MG’s leadership team of chairman John Spark and CEO Ari Mervis in Leongatha last Wednesday. “There are no decisions yet on the factories […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in News,Rural News | Read More »

Garbage review sparks reaction

FAMILIES have expressed concern over any move to introduce a fortnightly garbage collection service in South Gippsland Shire. South Gippsland Shire Council is proposing to investigate the viability of a food waste and green organics collection service under its draft Waste Management Strategy 2016-2021. If that service is implemented, the strategy states “it is likely […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in News | Read More »

Local vet assaulted at Mirboo North

  A VET was assaulted by woman wielding a tent pole during a frightening attack at a veterinary clinic at Mirboo North last Tuesday (March 28). The attacker was unhappy with the vet after the vet euthanised the offender’s cats the previous Tuesday, at the offender’s request. Last week, the vet was with a customer […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in News | Read More »

Chloe performs in city

A GROUP of Leongatha Secondary College VCE music students went to the Melbourne Recital Centre to hear Chloe Wylie perform in front of an audience of more than 500 people recently. As one the highest achieving music students in the state, Chloe was selected to perform as part of the Top Class VCE music concert […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in Featured | Read More »

Racing benefits hospitals

  THE weather might have been miserable but the punters were red hot at the recent Stony Creek Publicans Day, Monday, March 27. Eleven local pubs and venues participated in the Race Clubs Punting Competition, a friendly but competitive day, to determine which pub has the most astute punters. Last year’s winners, the Royal Standard […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in Community | Read More »

Youth celebrated in Leongatha

A FESTIVAL celebrating local opportunities for young people was held in Leongatha on Friday to coincide with National Youth Week. Organised by SalvoCare Eastern and a team from Community College Gippsland, a number of stallholder were invited to Leongatha’s Salvation Army site to promote their organisations and the way they help young people succeed. These […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in Featured | Read More »

Paper planes fly into Fish Creek

WIND and ran did not deter talented paper plane pilots at Fish Creek’s tennis courts on Sunday. More than 50 participants took part in the paper plane competition as part of the Seachange Festival. The competition tested planes for accuracy and distance. Children competed in an under 7 section and eight to 14 year old […]

April 4th, 2017 | Posted in Community | Read More »

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