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May 19, 2024

CFA urges caution for landowners burning off

THE Country Fire Authority (CFA) is urging landowners to take extra precautions before lighting burn-offs, following a year in which volunteers responded to 815...

May 11, 2024

Young people back vape ban

New research has revealed strong support among young adults for removing vaping products from retail outlets. The Cancer Council study shows more than 80 per...

May 2, 2024

Mark Lang launches out to sea

BELLARINE singer-songwriter and filmmaker Mark Lang launched his new online film series and podcast 'Out to Sea' this week, hosting in depth conversations with...

April 24, 2024

Borough of Queenscliffe mayor steps down

THE Borough of Queenscliffe announced a leadership change, as councillor Isabelle Tolhurst resigned from her role as mayor during the council's April meeting on...

March 29, 2024

Clifton Springs boat harbour being dredged

DREDGING operations are expected to end today (Friday, March 29) in Clifton Springs boat harbour to address the harbour's shallow conditions, particularly after storms...

March 21, 2024

Neighbourhood batteries coming to Queenscliff

THE Victorian government's $42 million 100 Neighbourhood Batteries Program is set to revolutionise local energy systems on the Bellarine, with the Borough of Queenscliffe...

March 18, 2024

National Trust backs call to move EV chargers from historic Queenscliff street

THE National Trust Geelong Branch has added their voice to the push to relocate two electric vehicle (EV) charging stations away from a historic...

March 10, 2024

Queenscliff sets sights on neighbourhood batteries

QUEENSCLIFF has been marked as a key location for the Victorian Government's 100 Neighbourhood Batteries Program, aiming to enhance local renewable energy storage. The initiative seeks...

March 8, 2024

Contemporary elegance: luxurious family haven at 18 Brumby Drive awaits

Discover the epitome of contemporary living with this immaculately maintained, single-storey gem nestled within luscious lawns and meticulously landscaped grounds. Perfect for the growing family,...

March 8, 2024

Tommy Gunns: supporting businesses in our backyard

ONE of the Bellarine's most successful recent entrants has made a name for itself as not only an instant institution but also for its...

March 6, 2024

A touch of Paris at the Potato Shed

The Potato Shed is set to host Paris After Dark this month, bringing the essence of French chanson right to your doorstep. Award-winning entertainer Milko...

February 26, 2024

St Leonards Bowling Club gets accessibility upgrade

THE St Leonards Bowling Club has unveiled new accessible facilities, including change rooms and decking, enhancing inclusivity for players of all abilities. This improvement, funded...

February 24, 2024

New Barwon Coast CEO shares vision

NEW Barwon Coast chief executive officer Gareth Smith has shared his vision for the future with the Bellarine Times, just weeks into his new...

February 22, 2024

Bellarine Community Health CEO steps down

Bellarine Community Health (BCH) Chief Executive Officer Garry Ellis has announced his departure from the organisation to explore new ventures. Since taking the helm in...

February 15, 2024

Victorian GP clinics face closure due to payroll tax

A SURVEY from HotDoc has revealed nearly 250 GP clinics in Victoria are at risk of shutting down following the state government's move to...

February 8, 2024

Builder appointed for Ocean Grove health hub

BELLARINE Community Health (BCH) has advanced their Health and Wellbeing Hub project in Ocean Grove by appointing Loaram Constructions to lead the construction's initial...

February 8, 2024

Major mobile disruptions coming to Queenscliff, Point Lonsdale

TELSTRA has announced major upgrades to its Queenscliff mobile base station, resulting in a suspension of mobile services at the site from Monday February...

February 4, 2024

Consultation for Queenscliff’s 2024-2025 budget opens

THE Borough of Queenscliffe is conducting a survey, inviting the community to share ideas and opinions on the Borough's 2024-2025 budget priorities. The Borough has...

January 5, 2024

A marvellous day for mussels

THE Portarlington Mussel Festival, starting as a street event in 2007, is now one of Victoria's most popular festivals, with more than 10,000 visitors...

January 3, 2024

Epilepsy support for families in the Geelong region

FAMILIES in the Geelong region with children suffering from epilepsy will receive special support packs, which include essential support and advice from specialist Registered...

January 2, 2024

Ocean Grove community rallying to stop seismic blasting

THE Ocean Grove community will rally on the 6th of January in Ocean Grove to protest against seismic blasting in the Otway Basin. Organised by...

January 1, 2024

The City of Greater Geelong awards community grants

THE City of Greater Geelong has awarded $768,766 in Community Grants to support a range of initiatives, including an outdoor cooking program for Bengali...

December 31, 2023

Women’s health services vital in shaping region’s future

THE Victorian Women's Health Services Network has released a report that underscores the crucial economic role of Women's Health Services in Victoria, emphasising the...

December 29, 2023

TV chef leads sausage workshop at Geelong Beer Festival

GEELONG Beer Festival has announced that TV chef and local restaurant owner Adrian Richardson will conduct a sausage making workshop at their...