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‘Tourists’ pile pressure on koalas

You Yangs koalas could be at risk from increasing visitor numbers after international flights arrive at Avalon Airport in December, a tourism operator has...

Grab a slice of Big Apple

Geelong pizza lovers can get a slice of the Big Apple with Domino’s New Yorker range. The huge New York inspired pizzas feature three...

In Brief

Cats axed The Geelong Cats have delisted forward Daniel Menzel after 136 goals in 73 games despite four knee reconstructions. The Cats announced Menzel’s axing this...

Designer Brianna and trainer Gai cup’s Runaway winners

Brianna Murphy has won Geelong Cup’s Fashions on the Field in her first attempt modelling her own outfit, after several years entering through her...

Local solar installations ‘set to surge’ with rebate

The increasing rate of residential solar power installations across Geelong is set quicken as newly subsidised units appear on local rooftops. Solar Victoria figures show...

CCTV ‘safety’ for skate park

Security cameras will monitor Waurn Ponds’ skate park in response to “safety concerns” among young users, authorities have announced. The cameras would be among “major...

‘Loved’ Christmas tree set to grow

Geelong’s floating Christmas tree could grow “bigger” after councillors this week agreed to spend $2.3 million on keeping it shining for five more years. Council...

Grants pulse to Diversitat after radio scare

Geelong’s Diversitat has secured $1.36 million in State Government grants after warning in July it could close the city’s community radio station over the...

Local’s MRI funding prediction coming true

Epworth Geelong has launched a campaign for Medicare coverage of its MRI scanner six months after a local identity predicted it would become a...

Ballsy bowlers have the edge

Bowls is the domain of the mentally-tough and competitive, despite most considering it a game for ladies and gentlemen, according to a Geelong-based researcher. Fraser...

Drive offs hit petrol costs

Geelong petrol thefts are costing “mum and dad” operators about $1200 a month, according to APCO service station director Peter Anderson. “They’re running small businesses...

Drive offs hit petrol costs

Geelong petrol thefts are costing “mum and dad” operators about $1200 a month, according to APCO service station director Peter Anderson. “They’re running small businesses...

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Car window-smash thefts ‘up by half’

Thieves are increasingly smashing car windows around Geelong to steal items inside, police have warned. And the city’s train station car parks were the “hot...