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May 13, 2022

Asher pledges $200m for Barwon Heads Road duplication

FUNDS have been locked in for the second stage of the Barwon Heads Road duplication in Armstrong Creek, following an election commitment from the...

May 13, 2022

Barker’s signs also vandalised

ANOTHER contender in the race for Corangamite has had their campaign signs vandalised, with Liberal Democrats candidate Paul Barker reporting damage to several of...

May 13, 2022

UDIA wants tax relief for homebuyers

The Urban Development Institute of Australia's Victorian division (UDIA Victoria) has applauded the state government for its decision not to introduce or increase any...

May 12, 2022

Meet your Corio candidates

FOLLOWING on from the editions published today (Thursday, May 12), here are the full responses from the nine Corio candidates to the questions sent...

May 12, 2022

Meet your Wannon candidates

FOLLOWING on from the editions published today (Thursday, May 12), here are the full responses from the eight Wannon candidates to the questions sent...

May 12, 2022

Meet your Corangamite candidates

FOLLOWING on from the editions published today (Thursday, May 12), here are the full responses from the nine Corangamite candidates to the questions sent...

May 12, 2022

Asher pledges to uplift Bancoora SLSC

THERE’S more money on offer for surf life saving clubs on the Surf Coast should the Liberals retain government at the federal election, with...

May 11, 2022

Asher’s signs vandalised

MANY signs from Liberal candidate for Corangamite Stephanie Asher's campaign have been recently vandalised or stolen, and Victorian Liberal Senator Sarah Henderson has asked...

May 11, 2022

No timeline yet on Armstrong Creek rail

THE federal Liberals say there is a “strong aspiration” to have a railway line extend through to at least Armstrong Creek but have not...

May 9, 2022

Get immunised – winter is coming

The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is encouraging all Australians to check if they are up to date with their necessary immunisations to protect...

May 9, 2022

The Pulse to air federal election forums

COMMUNITY radio station 94.7FM The Pulse is inviting residents of the Corangamite and Corio electorates to put their big questions forward to their federal...

May 9, 2022

Field set for May 21 poll

THE field has been locked in for the May 21 federal election, with early voting opening on Monday, May 9. In the Geelong region, there...

May 7, 2022

This month, do it for Dolly

With recent research showing half of young people have experienced hurtful or nasty online behaviour in the past year, it’s never been more important...

May 5, 2022

The Ballarat Great Outdoor and 4×4 Expo

LOVE the outdoors? Then The Ballarat Great Outdoor and 4x4 Expo is the place for you. A large selection of local and interstate exhibitors will...

May 5, 2022

On the ball: Coker commits $6m to Armstrong Creek indoor facility

INDOOR ball sports in Armstrong Creek will get a big bounce under an Albanese Labor Government, with Labor pledging to commit $6 million towards...

May 4, 2022

Greens push for balance of power

GREENS candidate for Wannon Hilary McAlister says her party holding the balance of power is the only way for voters to get action on...

May 3, 2022

Group wants a fair go for Nashos

A NEW organisation is seeking recognition and medical support for the men who were conscripted under Australia’s National Service scheme during the Vietnam War...

May 3, 2022

Regional cities call for big election commitments

THE peak body for Victoria’s biggest regional centres is urging major commitments towards infrastructure, roads and digital connectivity in the lead-up to the May...

May 3, 2022

GORCAPA seeks feedback on consultation framework

THE Great Ocean Road Coast and Parks Authority (GORCAPA) has released its Draft Community Engagement Commitment and Framework for public feedback. The framework, which is...

May 2, 2022

Musicians, food trucks sought for Tri-UMPH Music Festival

THE Tri-UMPH Music Festival will return this year, and organisers are looking for musicians and food trucks to take part. Clonard College, Sacred Heart College,...

May 1, 2022

Coker commits $700k to Spring Creek pavilion

LABOR has partially matched the Liberals’ election commitments towards projects in Spring Creek, with an Albanese Labor Government to put $700,000 towards the Torquay...

May 1, 2022

Brewery, restaurant shortlisted in Dulux Colour Awards

EXCELLENT painting and design work at a Torquay brewery and a Geelong West restaurant have seen both projects make the Victorian shortlist for this...

April 30, 2022

Queen requests copy of Marjorie Lawrence documentary

A COPY of a documentary about a Surf Coast-born international opera star is on its way to Windsor Castle after an official request from...

April 30, 2022

Play tackles the true meaning of bravery

Weaving a clever tapestry of comedy, drama and romance, Lab Kelpie production Become The One will provoke important discussions around love and bravery.

Winner of...