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About: timlamacraft

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March 3, 2022

Red Pencil founder

For Tatiana Cross, self-belief has come in spades for as long as she can remember. So much so the Torquay business and career mentor has...

March 3, 2022

Gym provides complete wellness offering for women

Since purchasing Fernwood Waurn Ponds in late 2019, club owners and sisters, Dani and Brooke have made it their absolute mission to create a...

March 3, 2022

Changing climates: Equality today for a sustainable tomorrow

While gender equality in the workplace may be making ground generally across the board, there are some fields of work that have historically been...

March 3, 2022

Picnic and hampers prove the right mix

After a career in hospitality, marketing and events, Lynda Lister is the proud founder of The Surfcoast Picnic Co, which one year on is...

March 3, 2022

Consulting firm helps businesses

When Carli Saw made the decision to start her own business in May 2013, she was really just looking for a way to create...

February 26, 2022

Still focused

Two years after initially planned and twice delayed due to the pandemic, North Geelong’s Focal Point Gallery has managed to unveil its latest exhibition...

February 21, 2022

International students return to Deakin

THE reopening of Australia's international borders has helped reverse the pandemic driven loss of overseas students at Deakin University, John Molony, Pro Vice-Chancellor International...

February 18, 2022

Regional rehab centre opened in Corio

THE Victorian Government has officially opened the newly constructed 30-bed alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation facility in Corio, a project first promised in 2018. It’s...

February 13, 2022

Council to oppose Valley Inn pokies increase

THE City of Geelong will oppose a bid by owners of the Valley Inn Hotel in South Geelong to increase the venue’s number of...

February 10, 2022

Avalon CEO says international flights back in 2022

TOURISM and transport operators have overwhelmingly welcomed news Australia will lift its international border ban on February 21, but are cautioning that it will...

February 3, 2022

Agreement finalised

VIVA Energy has finalised an agreement with the Commonwealth on plans for a new 90 million litre diesel storage facility at its Geelong refinery. If...

January 31, 2022

GCEC prep work begins

PREPATORY work on the new $300 million Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCEC) is underway, with geotechnical investigations the first sign of development at...

January 31, 2022

New glass recycling plant for Lara

CONSTRUCTION giant Fulton Hogan will create a new regional glass processing hub in Lara after winning a $740,000 joint state and federal recycling grant...

January 28, 2022

Aboriginal flag freed

WATHAURONG indigenous leaders have welcomed news their national symbol is now free for public use after an agreement to transfer copyright of the Aboriginal...

January 28, 2022

Blackman’s Brewery eyes expansion

BLACKMANS Brewery is still a small player in the beer world according to company founder, owner and head brewer Renn Blackman, but the business...

January 24, 2022

Vaccination push as school start nears

WITH less than a week to go until the start of the 2022 school year, parents and guardians of 5-11 year-olds are being encouraged...

January 23, 2022

Aged care providers grapple with Omicron

AT LEAST 24 aged care residents and staff in the Geelong, Bellarine and Surf Coast region have tested positive to COVID-19 in recent weeks. No...

January 22, 2022

COVID testing sites temporarily close

AS GEELONG, Bellarine and the Surf Coast experience their highest COVID-19 case numbers, some of the region’s largest PCR testing sites at Belmont, Newton...

January 17, 2022

Federal election field firms for this year

A CHANGE to the incumbent members for Corio and Wannon would take a "landslide" and Corangamite will keep its sitting member "unless Labor does...

January 17, 2022

Fast Rail on track regardless of election outcome

THE state Labor government has dismissed federal Coalition claims investment in Geelong fast rail would be “placed at risk” if the federal Coalition loses...

January 14, 2022

Riordan Grains toasts 2021 milestones

LARA baed Riordan Grain Services achieved several major milestones in 2021. Twenty-five years in business, loading its millionth tonne of bulk exports from Geelong and...

January 4, 2022

Tim Gates Classic returns for 2022

The 2022 Tim Gates Classic will be held this Sunday (January 9) at the Fairhaven Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC), the 11th annual event...

December 23, 2021

“Early” 2022 start date for Norlane and Drysdale pools

WORK on new pools in Drysdale and Norlane is expected to begin "early" in the new year according to the City of Greater Geelong,...