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Foon wins national photography award

WONTHAGGI photographer Trevor Foon is officially among Australian’s best. He was named 2019 Australian Alternate Processes Photographer of the Year at the prestigious national Australian Institute of Professional Photography Awards recently. Mr Foon won the coveted award for a photograph he created using a vintage camera and historic photographic processes. “Because the final image is […]

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Critics slam Inverloch pathway plan

MATT DUNN   BASS Coast Shire Council has become an environmental friend and foe, according to residents who attended council’s general meeting last week.  While environmentalists applauded a vote by councillors to declare a “climate emergency” and advocate for a zero emissions shire by 2030, they were flabbergasted by council’s backing of a plan that […]

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Mighty Maroons leap into grand final

RESILIENCE is a key trait in a grand final side, and Stony Creek showed they have it in bunches in their preliminary final win over Fish Creek on Saturday. Not only did the Maroons bounce back from their loss to Foster a week prior, but they also overcame a 32-7 quarter-time deficit to win 82-47 […]

August 30th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Parrots primed for finals

MOMENTUM heading into finals is always important in footy, and Leongatha ensured they kept theirs with a big win over Bairnsdale on Saturday. The Parrots tore the Redlegs apart in the first term and never looked back, winning by 90 points and consolidating a top two spot heading into finals. Coach Paul Carbis was satisfied […]

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Alberton celebrates the best players of the year

COMPETITORS came together on Saturday night for the Alberton Football Netball League’s senior Best and Fairest vote count, in which players were recognised for their high level of performance. Stony Creek’s Darcy Atkins (A Grade football) and Foster’s Kelsey Angwin (A Grade netball), both playing in grand finals this weekend, were the senior Best & […]

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Perks of being a nurse

NURSING is as much of a calling as it is a career path. More so than any other reason, many purse the profession because they feel there’s nothing better than helping people in their hardest times. As a nurse, you’ll definitely have a positive effect on the lives of your patients, but that’s just one […]

August 30th, 2019 | Posted in Business | Read More »

Saputo Dairy Expo is the centre of innovation this September

THE Strzelecki Lions Club is proud to host the 2019 Saputo Dairy Expo in Korumburra in September. The annual event will be held on Wednesday, September 11 and Thursday, September 12.  The expo provides an opportunity for the dairying community to see the latest in dairy innovation and technology in an easy ‘one stop shop’, […]

August 30th, 2019 | Posted in Rural News | Read More »

Newhaven College young musicians to star

NEWHAVEN College’s Spring Concert is the highlight of the college’s music calendar and showcases their finest young singers and musicians. The spectacular program celebrates the magic and beauty of music, from classical through to the current hits. More than 150 students from years 2-12 will perform in bands, vocal groups, small ensembles and as soloists. […]

August 30th, 2019 | Posted in Arts & Entertainment | Read More »

Diana to leave a legacy at Toora farm

THE journey that Diana Droog has taken over the last 10 years is one marked by vision and a sense of wanting to leave the world a better place. Born and raised in Moe, Diana headed to the city to pursue a career in both medicine and business. As her career wound down and with […]

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Leongatha’s Key Assets receives gifts packed with care

RECENTLY the Leongatha office of foster care provider Key Assets received a gift that came straight from the heart. Thanks to some dedicated students at the South Gippsland Specialist School at Leongatha, six back packs were delivered, crammed with essentials and other goodies for kids in care. The idea was sparked by a student at […]

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