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14 years ago July 2, 2010 Three councillors have called a public meeting to fight plans for redevelopment of Geelong Golf Club. Eddy Kontelj, Stretch Kontelj and...

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Christian Singles Church visit: Sunday July 7, meet 9.50am (sit together) for 10am at Norlane Church of Christ. Book by 5pm July 5. ■ 0409-147...

Volvo EX30 off on power walk

With the new EX30 electric SUV Volvo appears to be walking the talk toward its being a solely electric vehicle manufacturer by 2030. The...

WA aquisition for genU

Geelong-based profit-for-purpose genU has announced its acquisition of one of Western Australia’s leading disability service providers. WA organisation Activ will merge with genU through a...

Small business festival program unveiled

The 2024 Geelong Small Business Festival (GSBF) program is now live, with ThatsMyFace founder Nadia Lee announced as the event’s keynote speaker. The popular festival,...

Hunting regulations ruffle feathers

The latest draft of hunting regulations is already ruffling feathers, with hunters and activists both expressing concerns. Victoria’s Wildlife (Game) Regulations are...

$12 million lotto win for Lara man

A Lara man, who never usually watches the lottery draws on television, decided to tune in last night and saw his numbers come up...

A young star on the rise

Young Jan Juc trumpeter and trumpet teacher Harvey de Koster will perform at Costa Hall next weekend with the Australian Youth Orchestra when it...

Child employment warnings for Surf Coast businesses

Several Surf Coast businesses have breached the state’s child employment laws following a summer compliance blitz. Wage Inspectorate Victoria inspected businesses from Torquay...

Old and New these school holidays

Geelong Regional Libraries are helping bust boredom during the July school holidays with many activities available. The school-holiday program started this week...

Creating life from loss

A Drysdale author is honouring the memory of her partner through a new children’s book, Eudena and the Dandelion Puzzle. Following the story...

Community grants announced

The Christ Church Community Meals Program is one of 13 local community organisations that will benefit from grants worth up to $20,000 from the...

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Farm and gardens venture proves successful

On a very cool, clear morning I went to the farm in Wallington where I conduct a ‘birds on farms’ survey for Birdlife Australia....

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