GREATER GEELONG

Walk for autism this May

An Ocean Grove group will walk thousands of steps a day throughout May to raise awareness and support for people on the autism spectrum....

Have your say on Anglesea hub

The Anglesea Community and Health Hub’s draft concept plan is open for community feedback following a co-design process. The draft plan detailed...

Community mobilises on climate

The Geelong community came together last week for a town meeting to discuss how to get their government representatives to listen to their concerns...

Community calendar

Christian singles Saturday May 18 – La Porchetta, 29 Malop Street, Geelong. Table for 30s & 40s, table for 50s and over. Book by...

Waterwatch in Clifton Springs

Clifton Springs and Curlewis Coastcare Group have had a chance to learn about how water sampling and testing can benefit the region. ...

Nature reserve visit, but no flame robins

It was lovely having a wander through Ocean Grove Nature Reserve. I was looking for flame robins that in former years would be easy...

In a word, impressive

Could it be that auto giant Audi has grasped the Holy Grail of the industry with its most popular vehicle, the Q5? The most...

Duke propels Power to first win

Newcomb consigned Ocean Grove to bottom rung on the Bellarine Football League ladder with a 16-point win at Grinter Reserve to notch its first...

Learning the beautiful game

Australia’s next generation of footballers have the chance to hone their skills at a series of fun, engaging and globally recognised holiday programs across...

Devils win by six

Independent photographer Ivan Kemp was at Thomson Recreation Reserve to see the Corio Devils defeat the Thomson Tigers 54 to 48.

Power prevails after Duke’s seven

Newcomb consigned Ocean Grove to bottom rung on the BFL ladder, at least for the time being. In an entertaining game at Grinter Reserve, the...

Moolap victors in decider

It’s the beginning of finals for Tennis Geelong’s Summer Night Competitions, with the different sections spread over two weeks. Thursday Triples Section 1 this week...

Whiting flock to Stingaree Bay

The inner harbour has been offering some good fishing again this week with Stingaree Bay proving to be a standout for a variety of...

Classsic comedy reimagined

A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of William Shakespeare’s best loved and most frequently performed plays; it has spawned numerous adaptations, inspired other works...

Prog metal trio tour new EP

Progressive metal/hard rock three-piece Age of Emergence comes to Geelong for the first time this weekend as part of their east coast tour following...

Trash queen of cabaret

The self-styled Trash Queen of Australian cabaret Tash York has a simple message: it is okay to do what makes you happy. York brings her...

Craig Atkins: songs from the heart

Music has been a part of songwriter and storyteller Craig Atkins’ life for as long as he can remember. A gentleman of the road with...

Take mum on a journey

Orchestra Geelong embarks on a musical journey this Mother’s Day, and everyone is invited. Journeys: Across this and other worlds aims to take the audience...

Slowing down is harder than it looks

For local indie musician Stefan West, it’s all about timing. Many artists struggle with procrastination, or a lack of motivation or momentum stemming from self-doubt,...

GBC making a difference

Geelong Baptist College (GBC) is a unique independent college with an open enrolment policy. Families are invited to meet the principals and tour the...

Crossing the Gap provides more than regular care

The motto at Crossing The Gap Disability Services has always been ‘Your choice, your goals, your pace’, and the local organisation is committed to...

Huge six for Cricket Academy

Lara Secondary College is excited to be working with Cricket Victoria, the Melbourne Renegades and Academy Movement to provide the Lara Secondary College Cricket...

Volunteers the lifeblood of Geelong Gallery

Last financial year, a team of 100 volunteers collectively donated 3296 hours to Geelong Gallery. These dedicated individuals work across many different areas of...

No bells, no uniforms…learning your way

Zech Horvath’s enthusiasm for adventure and academic excellence knows no bounds as he prepares to embark on the journey of a lifetime while completing...

Nurturing bright smiles from childhood

Maintaining your child’s oral health extends beyond the routine brush-and-floss routine - it’s an approach that embraces nutrition, regular dental check-ups, and age-appropriate dental...

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Duke propels Power to first win

Newcomb consigned Ocean Grove to bottom rung on the Bellarine Football League ladder with a 16-point win at Grinter Reserve to notch its first...

Devils win by six