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Dell cracking up

Andrew MathiesonCRACKS up to 10metres deep have ripped into a former road to Clifton Spring’s The Dell, dashing hopes of resuming car access to...

Dogfights on river Signs to go after clashes

Alex de VosCity Hall will pull down “misleading” signs in a riverside recreation area amid rising reports of angry clashes between users confused about...

RSPCA charges loom: Horse probe

BY HAMISH HEARDA local vet accused of starving horses at her Lara property faces possible animal cruelty charges following an RSPCA investigation. Horse breeder and...

Parking woes grow

Peter FaragoWORKERS parking in streets around Geelong Hospital are fuming after City of Greater Geelong recently rolled out its revised car parking strategy. The strategy...

Buy local: it is a smart move

Peter FaragoA CAMPAIGN to encourage residents to keep their shopping dollars in the city is a great way to support Geelong businesses. The buylocal campaign...

Councillors try to douse anger. Entry backlash

Hamish HeardCouncillors yesterday sought to douse anger among northern suburbs residents about plans to direct tourists to Geelong’s Ballarat Road entrance. The Independent last week...

Hard Cats on road to great test says coach

Andrew MathiesonMARK Thompson is convinced Geelong’s worst is behind it on the eve of a testing three weeks including dual road trips to Adelaide. The...

ALP ”stacks exodus”

Hamish HeardFeuding factions in local ALP branches clashed yesterday over allegations branch stacking and intimidation were driving longterm members away from the party. The clash...

Cold water for pool

Jane EmerickCatholic eduction bureaucrats have poured cold water on plans for a pool at Drysdale. Developers have offered to pay for a pool at St...

In Brief

Bypass slam Five local councils have joined forces to demand the State Government tear up its controversial plans for the third stage of Geelong’s bypass. The...

Desalination get on with it

Peter FaragoBUSINESS is leading the debate on desalination in Geelong while politicians argue about whether the public should talk about it. Last week Labor MPs...

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Police calls for troubled mall

Teens "running amok” in Little Malop St Mall have prompted state opposition to renew calls for a permanent police presence in the trouble hotspot. Shadow...