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Parrots grind out solid win

LEONGATHA managed to cover the absence of six key players to forge a solid win over Traralgon by 37 points on Saturday. The match was tight for three and a half quarters before the Parrots went away with the game in cold and slippery conditions at the aviary. The Parrots were pushed all the way […]

June 26th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Netballs bright future

LEONGATHA hosted the inaugural U11s netball tournament and development day on Sunday morning. Thirteen teams from as far as Phillip Island and Traralgon competed. The tournament was a prequel to the annual tournament held in July. “The U11s age group was our most popular section, and there are always too many entries,” tournament manager Philomena […]

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Performers impress in Mardan

THERE was a twist in the proceedings at Mardan’s Scot Pioneer Church on Sunday. The usual Ecumenical Pleasant Sunday Afternoon was mixed with a concert. Those who attended first enjoyed a skit performed by Sam Nicita, Alex Clark and Trish Keane. The skit was called Luigi goes to Court. In a humorous display, the skit […]

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Plastic bags get the boot at IGA

PLASTIC bag pollution will soon be a thing of the past as Michael’s Supa IGA becomes the next supermarket chain to remove single-use plastic shopping bags from all its stores. With the average time a plastic bag will ever be used being just 12 minutes, Michael’s Supa IGA management team made the decision to remove […]

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Fashion and art fuse in stunning exhibition

THE artistic flair and stunning eye for creation in Bass Coast is certainly just another reason to pursue a regional gallery in the local area. Local designers and fashion collectors opened a free fashion exhibition – entitled Classic Cream, Beautiful Black – in the Wonthaggi Town Hall on Tuesday (June 19) and it will run […]

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Talents on show for film competition

THE film stars of Bass Coast Specialist School at Wonthaggi are going for back to back people’s choice titles. The school is entering another video in the Focus on Ability film competition off the back of its 2017 success. This year, the competition is going to be tougher than ever. The competition is now in […]

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Leongatha’s Lyric presents Annie

IT’S almost time for the spotlight to shine on an ultimate family classic. Leongatha Lyric Theatre’s production of Annie is set to delight audiences from July 6 until July 21. The cast and crew moved into Mesley Hall last week in preparation for the big opening night. The costumes and set – designed once again […]

June 26th, 2018 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment | Read More »

Phone book fame for Leongatha family

WHENEVER you are in need of a phone number, chances are you will see a Leongatha family on the front of the latest phone book. The family of Shane Paterson and Vivian Carroll, and their daughters Alisha Paterson and Sophie Paterson, features on the front of Yellow Pages’ Leongatha, Korumburra, Wonthaggi, Warragul and Drouin directory. […]

June 26th, 2018 | Posted in Featured | Read More »

Pam Gardiner honoured

PAM Gardiner may not be a Rotarian but she received the organisation’s highest honour at the change-over meeting of the Rotary Club of Leongatha on Monday, June 18. Mrs Gardiner received a Paul Harris Fellowship in recognition of her significant contribution to the club and the community since her husband Garry Gardiner joined Leongatha Rotary […]

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Rotary raises glass

A NEW food and wine festival could be held in South Gippsland next summer, under a proposal by the Rotary Club of Leongatha. New club president Jeremy Curtis told members of the idea at the club’s annual change-over dinner on June 18. The festival is scheduled for Saturday, January 19, 2019, at Mossvale Park, Berrys […]

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