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Nicole Garnaut, Abbey Roe and Rachel Scott-Smith hold an illustration of their plans for the Djarreeyn Indigenous Learning Area. 150157
Learning the lay of the land
SURFSIDE Primary School’s Djarreeyn Learning Area is beginning to take shape, as the parents behind the project continue their efforts. One of the p... Read More »
Wishes granted for 25 years
CAROL Porter has been putting smiles on the faces of children with life-threatening medical conditions for the past 25 years, but she was in the spotl... Read More »
Police hold a discussion in a reserve, after Berwick Chase students were evacuated last month.
State to foot bill for emergency school alerts
THE State Government will cover the cost for state schools to send mass text alerts in case of emergencies, after a spate of bomb threats across the n... Read More »
Gwen and her bridal party in 1956.
Couple are a sure shot
BILL Toogood knew wife Gwen was the one for him when she jumped at the chance to go rabbit shooting while they were courting. “I taught her to shoot... Read More »
Hills Hub stalls
MYSTERY surrounds the future of the Hills Hub development in Emerald, despite assurances from Cardinia Shire Council the project will continue. Th... Read More »
GOING FOR GOLD: Chris Ganly with his book Gold on Mercers Hill. Picture: LINDSAY KELLEY
‘Lost’ gold mine below Newtown
A forgotten piece of Geelong’s history revealing that Newtown was a centre of the 1850s gold rush has been accidentally uncovered by an amateur hist... Read More »
They've listened! Members of SCWRAG at a rally last year.
Residents’ industrial action
DESPITE some neighbourly opposition, the Save Cranbourne West Residents Action Group (SCWRAG) has achieved what it set out to and saved the land on it... Read More »
Truss says it’s time
DEPUTY Prime Minister and Federal Wide Bay MP Warren Truss announced his retirement today in Parliament and has tweeted his appreciation for the influ... Read More »