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City’s internet TV experiment hits a snag

Andrew MathiesonTHE OWNER of Geelong’s first internet TV channel has gone into administration. Jenkins Peake & Co will report to creditors of Now What Media...

Kids back in town with a kinder boost

Alex de VosPortarlington has welcomed home its pre-school children to an upgraded kindergarten facility. For two terms Portarlington’s pre-school children and teachers shared Clifton Springs...

Marine centre in fight for funding

Alex de VosA lack of funding could force Queenscliff’s Marine Discovery Centre to close its doors to children on school holidays. The centre has blamed...

Politicians scoff at new shire pledge

Alex de VosPoliticians have tried to douse the hopes of Bellarine Peninsula residents for their own shire. Labor Member for Bellarine Lisa Neville warned of...

One in five fast trains late. Rail ‘disgrace’

Alex de VosOne in five of Geelong’s fast rail trains arrives late, according to V/Line’s first monthly performance figures for the new service. V/Line communication...

Call for Government to release port plan: What are you hiding?

Andrew MathiesonThe Bracks Government is hiding plans to seize control of Geelong’s port until after the election, a community group has warned. Geelong Community for...

Councillors, MP accused of harassing staff

Andrew MathiesonTHE State Ombudsman is investigating whether authorities adequately handled complaints of councillors and a state MP bullying staff at City of Greater Geelong. Former...

‘Guilty Party’ seeks revenge

Peter FaragoTHE Guilty Party is getting its revenge. The State Government was the first cab off the rank in the 2006 election campaign, running...

Elderly Ocean Grove woman flees blaze. Fire wrecks home

Alex de VosAn elderly Ocean Grove woman is homeless after a house fire early yesterday morning. Eileen Bonner was yesterday staying with family at Marcus...

Boat owners harbour doubt over the future

Alex de VosBoat owners fear the developer of Queenscliff Harbour is trying to squeeze them out of their berths for higher returns. Berth holder Jeffrey...

Sharks eye Tigers

Hamish HeardSharks are circling Torquay Football Club as a group of renegade Tigers threatens to defect to a proposed new Jan Juc side. A spokesman...

Bracks: plenty of water for growth

Peter FaragoA STATE Government strategy would secure enough water for Geelong’s population to continue growing at record levels until 2030, Premier Steve Bracks said. The...

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You Yangs koala tree planting project completed on National Tree Day

A project spearheaded by Koala Clancy Foundation has planted 1000 ‘koala trees’ on the northern slopes of the You Yangs to help the species...

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