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Treat yourself at Chapmans

Ready to cook: Mark Chapman of Chapmans Free Range Butchery at Inverloch with a selection of fine meat, and Gewurzhaus and organic products available for memorable summer and festive dining.

EVERYDAY dinners will taste like Christmas with meat from Chapmans Free Range Butchery at Inverloch. The store in Bear Street offers divine free range meat and a scrumptious selection of pre-prepared cuts ready to cook to make summer dining relaxed, as it should be. Proprietor Mark Chapman has created a new look shop with new […]

November 24th, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

New look for beach icon

After: the proposed design for the remodelled Beach Hut Cafe in Cuttriss Street, Inverloch.

INVERLOCH’S Beach Hut Cafe is set to be revamped. Bass Coast Shire Council approved a planning permit to develop the Cuttriss Street kiosk into a multi storey tourist hub. The current kiosk is no longer operating, and the new design will include a redeveloped restaurant as well as four living areas. The contemporary design includes […]

November 24th, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

State accolades for Star

Inspiring speaker: Leongatha football club Senior coach Beau Vernon, left, the guest speaker at the Victorian Country Press Association annual conference gave an inspiring address. He is pictured with The Great Southern Star general manager Tony Giles at the Silverwaters Resort at Phillip Island.

GUEST speaker Beau Vernon, Leongatha Football Netball Club’s Senior coach, was a highlight at the 105th Victorian Country Press Association (VCPA) Annual Conference and Awards Presentation Dinner last Friday, November 13 at Silverwater Resort at San Remo near Phillip Island. Beau shared his story with newspaper delegates from all round the state and moved all […]

November 17th, 2015 | Posted in Business,Featured | Read More »

Steve steps up as president

Future committee: from left, membership secretary Jenny Rowe, committee member Heidi Marshall, publicity and events coordinator Lynda Western, treasurer Noelene Cosson and committee member Brian Hess at the Korumburra Business Association annual general meeting last Wednesday. Elected president Steve Bone was absent from the meeting.

STEVE Bone has stepped up from his role as vice president to lead the Korumburra Business Association following his election at the groups annual general meeting last Wednesday at the Korumburra train station. Mr Bone takes over the role from David Amor who stepped down after five years in the top job and secretary Lucy […]

November 17th, 2015 | Posted in Business,Featured | Read More »

Nursery does blooming great recycling

Recycling grows: Harvest Laneway owner Adam Christensen stands with an eco basket in front of a palette planter and recycled hanging planter.

HARVEST Laneway Leongatha has a number of products sure to inspire customers to recycle. Owner Adam Christensen took over the nursery business earlier this year and has come up with a number of eco-friendly solutions to suit all green thumbs and amateur gardeners. “Leongatha Men’s Shed started making palette planter boxes in both painted and […]

November 10th, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Reducing waste by recycling

Cleaning the country: from left, workshop manager Adam Wylie and director Alex Aeschlimann are taking recycling to the next level at Country Cart Waste Disposal with bins, skips and a new cardboard baler.

COUNTRY Cart Waste Disposal has been helping locals dispose of waste for 30 years, but 2015 has marked a massive change in the company’s environmental impact. Director Alex Aeschlimann said Country Cart chose to start offering recycling services for residents on residential properties to reduce landfill in the region. “Since the company started, it has […]

November 10th, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Amor to resign as president


KORUMBURRA Business Association’s (KBA) executive could look a whole lot different after this Wednesday’s annual general meeting of the business group. Both president David Amor and secretary Lucy Mertens have indicated they will be stepping down from their roles. Mr Amor is planning to leave the committee after five years in the top job unless […]

November 10th, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Enjoy Christmas parties by the sea

First class service: Jack Ginnane is among the cheery waitering staff at the Inlet Hotel at Inverloch.

WITH Christmas just around the corner, the team at Inverloch’s Inlet Hotel is ready to create a menu to suit your festive function. Guests can book the hotel’s renowned Cottage Restaurant for a private function seven days a week or dine in the bistro from the a la carte menu. A complementary bottle of champagne […]

November 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Tradies benefit from expo triumph

Top prize: from left, comedian and expo MC Dave O’Neill, Mitre 10 CEO Tony Cruickshank and special guest Cam Waters from the V8 Pepsi Max crew show off the $8500 jet ski to be won by a lucky tradesperson.

MITRE 10 is dedicated to looking after its local tradies. The second annual Capeview Mitre 10 Trade Expo was held at the Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club on Thursday to give local tradespeople the opportunity to check out a vast range of innovative products available through Capeview Mitre 10. With 44 key Mitre 10 suppliers on hand, […]

November 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Factory creates jobs

Flying flag: South Gippsland Shire Council mayor Cr Jeanette Harding shows her certificate of ambassadorship to Toora’s Viplus Dairy factory.

TOORA’S Viplus Dairy factory is expanding, with two shifts to run and manufacturing a bigger range of products for the Australian and Chinese markets. The factory is now seeking nine extra staff for various positions to meet demand and once those positions are filled, nearly 40 people will be employed at the factory. A further […]

November 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Business | Read More »

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