I was a recent visitor to your area and during my stay, travelled the Cape Paterson–Inverloch Road on a number of occasions. I was truly horrified, what a hazardous road it is for cyclists and drivers as there is little width for cyclists to
Local resident Alayne McKenzie receives treatment from Foster doctor Nick Smoll after she came off second best in an altercation with a kangaroo. Alayne was trying to release a joey who was caught in a fence when the little one’s mother showed up.
FOSTER woman and former local nurse, Alayne McKenzie, found herself on the wrong end of a doctor’s needle last week after she was attacked by a kangaroo on her farming property last Saturday, January 13. Alayne and her husband Lloyd own a 116 acre
Since the demise of the South Gippsland Tourist Rail group, weeds and overgrowth have taken over the rail reserve between Leongatha and Nyora including in this location just outside Korumburra where the VicTrack controlled area is lousy with ragwort.
IT HAS taken two years, since the demise of South Gippsland Tourist Rail, in January 2016, but as predicted, the 36km section of rail reserve previously looked after by the former volunteers of the group is now a lousy, stinking disgrace. Despite letters and
Flash flooding has hit Korumburra this afternoon.
A TROPICAL downpour has dumped almost two inches of rain on Korumburra in a matter of minutes this afternoon turning roads into raging streams and causing flash flooding in some locations. So far no damage has been reported but if you need the SES
All access roads to Tarwin Lower are busy with traffic as Unify festival goers converge on the town today (Friday).
THERE’S a huge line-up of cars on the way to Tarwin Lower at the moment and they’ve got only one thing on their mind – Unify. The highly-popular ‘Heavy Music Gathering’ starts today, Friday and will rock on through the next three days with some