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Welcome home

With coronavirus restrictions eased, now is the perfect time to be a tourist in your own backyard. Tourism Greater Geelong & The Bellarine acting executive...

The Blues Train still in the fight

The Blues Train’s Hugo T Armstrong wants people to get behind local businesses struggling through COVID-19-induced shutdowns. The live music venue is one of several...

Fort Queenscliff ready for reopening

Fort Queenscliff Museum’s tour guides are preparing to share 160 years of history, with the site ready to reopen to the public later this...

Celebrate world’s ‘oldest’ culture

The word Narana means ‘deep listening’ – and it’s something many are keen to share more of. Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre senior manager Melesa Osborne...

A hole lot of family fun

Families seeking a fun day out need look no further than Wallington for an activity that is well above par. With 36 holes weaving through...

Ready for a historic rebirth

Queenscliffe Historical Museum resembles a big empty cavern after more than a dozen dedicated volunteers packaged and catalogued tens of thousands of items beginning...

Wrapped up in joy

When passengers disembark from the Port Phillip Ferry in Port Arlington, one of their first sights is the Pier View Lolly Shop, surely one...

Museum celebrates Geelong

Now is the perfect time to be a tourist in your own backyard, with no better place to start than at your very own...

Toast of the town

Geelong may be a long way from Chicago, but at The 18th Amendment you will feel like you are right there. And not just any...

Local support sweetens COVID

Leanne and Ian Neeland are praising the efforts of local regional Victorians for continually supporting the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery. With many...

Everyday 
cheer squad

Business is blooming for Ocean Grove florist Shelley Keast. While Victorians have been staying apart to stay together, Shelley of Beachside Blooms says people...

Finding steadiness in ‘wobbly’ times

Rachael Hely from Barwon Heads Yoga says she will “never, ever forget” how her regular students have supported her business during the pandemic. Ms Hely,...

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Police seize cash, drugs and ammunition in bikie-related raids

Police seized rifle ammunition, $50,000 cash, 37 cannabis plants, a prohibited weapon and steroids in two separate bikie-related raids at Lovely Banks and Newcomb...

Kids hit the waves