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Sam’s a Sun – a dream is realised

Daniel Renfrey   BRIGHT days are ahead for Fish Creek’s Sam Flanders, after he was picked 11th overall by the Gold Coast Suns in last week’s AFL draft. With his dream becoming a reality, the newest prodigy out of South Gippsland was thrilled when his name was called and officially printed on an AFL list. […]

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Kookaburras see green light

SUNDAY’S bus trip for the Kookaburra over-60s team was to the leafy suburb of Canterbury for a game on their turf wicket. Losing the toss, the opposition was very happy to send us in on a track that was well-grassed and looked as though it could be hard work to bat on. Initial thoughts were […]

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Bike riders hold brilliant breakup

Daniel Renfrey   THE Leongatha Motorcycle Club celebrated its year last weekend with a Christmas breakup held at the Mackie farm. Dozens of members took to the farm to ride, enjoy a sausage sizzle and each other’s company. “It’s just a feel-good time for us at the end of each year,” club president Darrell Van […]

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Samuel Johnson to visit Venus Bay for charity

ACTOR Samuel Johnson is on the road to The Cavity, Venus Bay to remind every mum to be breast cancer aware. He will arrive at the popular restaurant on December 7 at 5.30pm along with ex-AFL players Peter Spider Everitt and Andrejs Everitt. The breast cancer awareness campaign, titled Love Your Sister, started as an […]

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Marijuana facility to open

ON Friday, December 6, history will be made in Wonthaggi, with the grand opening of Medipharm Labs Australia. Medipharm CEO Warren Everitt said the company would be the “first independent cannabis manufacturing company” in the nation.  Speaking ahead of the event, Mr Everitt said the Wonthaggi factory was a “pretty cool facility”. “I’m pretty elated,” […]

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CFA video runs hot

Matt Dunn IT’S a video that has quickly gone viral. Last week Leongatha Fire Brigade posted a short video to Facebook, that sparked interest all around the world. As The Star went to print yesterday (Monday), it was fair to estimate the amount of views at well above one million. Footage captured in Rollands Plains, […]

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Crothers to step down from Burra Foods’ helm

  GRANT Crothers is standing down as the leader of Korumburra dairy processor, Burra Foods. He wrote to suppliers advising that as of December 31, he would step aside as CEO and move to “the less active role of executive director”. “The last 29 years as CEO and managing director have been a wonderful journey, […]

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Toora to celebrate the roaring twenties

TOORA will bring in 2020 with a roaring ’20s themed ball – the town’s first ball in over 31 years. Think flapper dresses, pearls and newsboy caps for this non-optional fancy dress party to be held at the Toora Community Hall on December 31, 7pm. The cabaret fashioned event – a fundraiser for the Toora […]

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Artist from The Age visits Yarram

RENOWNED and witty cartoon, caricature and oil painting artist for the Age and Time magazine, Todd Davidson, is holding his first solo exhibition in Yarram. The exhibition, titled Art, Sweat and Tears, spans Todd’s remarkable career crafting works for esteemed news companies and magazines. It will run at Yarram Courthouse Gallery until December 17, and […]

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Mother and son survive crash

Brad Lester   A MOTHER and her son escaped with minor injuries after their vehicle rolled down an embankment at Korumburra South last Wednesday. The Korumburra woman, in her twenties, and her three year old son, was driving a Ford Territory south on Korumburra South Road shortly after noon, when it left the road while […]

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