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Lyons ‘settles’ Pulse defamation claim

Diversitat has refused to reveal the future of community radio station The Pulse as it settles a public defamation battle with former mayor Darryn...

Loophole looms over alleged bashing of cops

Two Queenscliff men who allegedly assaulted police in a brawl that hospitalised three officers could escape mandatory imprisonment due to legal loopholes. Police charged two...

Action movie shuts central Geelong streets

Geelong could host more feature movies following the filming of the largest joint Australian-Chinese film ever in the city's centre this week. Council’s acting investment...

First Legend on awards judging panel

Excitement is building for this year’s Club Legend Award after the judging panel met last Friday to choose the 2018 winner. Last year's inaugural...

Libs baulk at stadium vow

Victoria’s opposition sports spokesperson has declined to commit funding for the final stage of GMHBA Stadium’s redevelopment as the state election approaches. Shadow Sports Minister...

Boost for lady Cats

Geelong’s VFLW team received a massive boost during the week with the announcement of a new sponsor and three key player re-signings. Hayley Trevean, Mia-Rae...

Pressure on Henderson to deliver Comcare

Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson faces increased pressure to secure Comcare for Geelong following her recent parliamentary appointment, according to a federal Labor counterpart. Corio MP...

Double Take

Gary Ablett has hit the wall. But before a Cat fans freak-out on finals eve, Double Take should clarify that in this case The Little...

Pressure on for Comcare

Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson faces increased pressure to secure Comcare for Geelong following her recent parliamentary appointment, according to a federal Labor counterpart. Corio MP...

Standby Security protecting ‘what matters most’

Standby Security protects what matters most to its customers through the use of latest technology, . The business offers “the best safety solutions” in order...

Corio pursuit ends in yard

A Corio man has allegedly run a red light at about 120km/h before ploughing into the front fence of a Talona Cres home. Traffic police...

Geelong residents ‘safe but fat’

Ninety-six per cent of adults feel safe walking along in Geelong during the day, according to a council survey. But nearly half of them would...

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Talk about a lot of issues at writers’ festival

“Thought-provoking panel discussions” will cover topics including racism, indigenous issues and asylum seekers during Geelong’s annual national festival of non-fiction writing this weekend, organisers...