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Shamed Grubbers to take holocaust lesson

Alex de VosOcean Grove footballers have agreed to visit Melbourne’s Holocaust Museum after allegedly attacking a Jewish man while on their way home from...

Letter bid on pokies

Jane EmerickBOROUGH of Queenscliffe is making a last-ditch appeal to State Government to cut back on poker machines in the tiny municipality. Mayor Pat Semmens...

Torquay retirees plan wins council backing

Hamish HeardA Torquay developer has overcome the first hurdle in his quest to build a $40 million low-cost retirement village on the town’s outskirts. Councillors...

Cards on the table

Hamish HeardUndecided Torquay voters will weigh up major party promises on education, transport links, dogs on beaches, fishing and police when they front tomorrow’s...

Drysdale pool plans

Jane EmerickA Catholic school yesterday announced plans for a swimming pool open to the public at Drysdale. St Ignatius College Geelong principal Michael Exton said...

Port residents ‘back’ housing development

Alex de VosPortarlington residents want authorities to approve plans for a housing development near the town’s centre, according to the company behind the project. Urban...

Get it up to speed

ANDREW MATHIESONBY ANDREW MATHIESON A TRANSPORT lobby group has called on State Government to meet demand for improved public services on the Bellarine Penin-sula. Public Transport...

Report:council open to corruption claims

Andrew MathiesonTHE STATE Ombudsman yesterday told City Hall to clean up planning processes that were open to “allegations of corruption”. George Brouwer’s report to parliament...

State sponsors Cats to sell the bush

Jane EmerickState Government yesterday announced taxpayers would sponsor four Geelong Football Club players as spokesmen for regional Victoria. The $75,000 deal made captain Tom Harley,...

Crossing fear

Andrew MathiesonfA PARENT and a Drysdale school principal fear a fatality is just around the corner as students battle to cross roads from three...

D-day for 1500 workers at Ford

By Geelong Story UpdatesFord will stand down 1500 Geelong workers without pay at the end of today’s shift unless a local parts manufacturer can...

Ocean Grove RSL: future bleak

Ocean Grove RSL has predicted a bleak future for branches on the Bellarine Peninsula after discussing its future during an annual meeting this week. Ocean...

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BMX theft at Waurn Ponds

Police have appealed for information after a BMX bicycle worth around $500 was stolen from the Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre last month. On Wednesday, July...