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January 14, 2021

Surfside ready to make waves in state league competition

THIS year will mark a significant occasion in the Surfside Waves Soccer Club’s history as it makes its debut in the Football Federation Victoria state...

January 14, 2021

Bellarine Cup to give Demons’ year a kickstart

FOR the second year running, Portarlington Football Netball Club (FNC) is excited to kickstart its year with the Bellarine Cup Day luncheon at Geelong Racing...

January 14, 2021

Bragging rights on offer as neighbouring towns clash

THE stage is set for the ninth instalment of the Battle of the Bridge between Torquay and Jan Juc on January 24 at Spring...

January 14, 2021

Rip Curl Pro to kickstart Australian swing

THE Rip Curl Pro looks likely to be the first Australian leg of the 2021 World Championship Tour following the rescheduling of some events. The...

January 14, 2021

Kids jump at the chance to get creative

THE Kids’ Art Bash is off to a flying start over the school holidays. The arts program is run by Anglesea Art House and kicked...

January 14, 2021

Torquay Parkrun delayed

TORQUAY Parkrun has been pushed back to February to allow the event to best follow COVID-19 restrictions. While organisers said it was a difficult decision to...

January 14, 2021

Rain affected junior country week, still plenty to play for

WINNERS were crowned, but it was not in the normal fashion of Barwon Junior Country Week after losing two of the four days to rain...

January 14, 2021

Salvos’ message for generous donors

SALVOS Stores is encouraging anyone donating to the charity bins to do it within store hours. Following a difficult year for many, donations to Salvos Stores...

January 11, 2021

Coutas create buffer in top four, Anglesea remains undefeated | BPCA cricket wrap

QUEENSCLIFF put space on its nearest challenger to the Bellarine Peninsula Cricket Association A1 finals with a four-wicket win over Ocean Grove. The Coutas entered...

January 7, 2021

St Joey’s class of 2020 impresses despite difficult year

GEELONG’S St Joseph’s College again boasted some high achievers, as December 30 put a full stop on arguably the most difficult of Victorian Certificate...

January 7, 2021

Pink Patrol celebrates women’s involvement

FAIRHAVEN Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) celebrated the women of its club on Sunday by holding its annual Pink Patrol. Fairhaven SLSC is one of...

January 7, 2021

Planting program to provide safe haven for koala population

AN Environmental Sustainability grant will help part-fund a planting program that will aid the long-term survival of the local koala population. The City of Greater...

January 7, 2021

Council urges responsible rubbish disposal through holiday period

THE Surf Coast Shire Council is urging people to take extra care when using public bins after incorrect rubbish disposal caused compacting bin blockages. Surf...

January 7, 2021

Rip to River goes virtual, adds more events

RIP to River has gone virtual thanks to event organiser Bruce Honey's passion to see the race go ahead. Mr Honey said while moving the...

January 7, 2021

Sixty years strong

The Surf Coast Times Jim Wall Iron Race will kickstart the lifesaving competition calendar for the 60th time on January 16 at Torquay. Last summer's...

January 7, 2021

Surf Coast Dux sets sights on unique passion

SURF Coast Secondary College Dux Max Neal has a bright future ahead of him and where he is taking his study may take some...

January 7, 2021

Accessibility spreading the joys of the coast

BEACH wheelchairs and beach access matting will be made available at a number of beaches along the Surf Coast to ensure everyone has the...

January 7, 2021

Coastal school holidays program made even more accessible

THIS year’s Summer by the Sea program will be more accessible than ever with the education program moving online. Each January school holidays sees Coastcare...

January 7, 2021

Minimised LSV carnival looks to engage

LIFE Saving Victoria's junior competition season will go ahead this summer but in a minimised format. The carnival will see under-13 and under-12 divisions compete,...

December 31, 2020

Kids access their creative side at Art Bash

THE Kids' Art Bash will return to Anglesea once again throughout January. Anglesea Art House has been putting on the event for over 35 years...

December 31, 2020

Ringing in the new year with a difference

THIS new year's celebrations will not be the same as previous, but there are still options for those wishing to visit Geelong's waterfront on...

December 31, 2020

App to provide one-stop shop to Anglesea

FINDING out the best place to eat, where the local footy team is playing or the nicest walk around town just got a whole...

December 31, 2020

Safety on the water critical to safe summer

TORQUAY Marine Rescue Service (TMRS) is urging all jet ski users to have plenty of fun this summer, but do so in a responsible...

December 31, 2020

Cycling campaign to fill summer void

AVID cyclists across the region can get their cycling fix this summer thanks to the Summer of Cycling campaign. The team at CEGORR and Visit...

December 31, 2020

Wreck2Reef joins prestigious open water series

THE Wreck2Reef Open Water Swim will be one of four swims which make up the prestigious Great Victorian Swim Series (GVSS) this summer. In what...

December 31, 2020

LorneCare celebrates 20 years of hard work

LORNECARE turned 20 earlier this month, marking two decades of outstanding community work in the area. LorneCare came to life in 2000, filling the void...

December 31, 2020

Carnival to provide boost to Portarlington

The Portarlington Charity Carnival is all systems go for its 61st year in a row after a year of uncertainty. The carnival has a rich...

December 24, 2020

Talented Sever rises above on state-level stage

Rising Surfcoast tennis star Rupert Sever took out the Tennis Victoria 12/under Junior State Championships last week in Bendigo. Sever won five matches on his...