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School’s back, so slow down

AS THE new school year gets underway, local police will be targeting drivers failing to adhere to the speed limits of 40km/h in school zones at specified times. Operation ‘Schools Back’ kicked off on February 1 where an increase in police presence around schools

Hoon pays a heavy price for burnouts

A P-PLATER is now without his car after police seized it under Anti-Hoon Laws. The 20 year old driver performed a series of burn-outs in Korumburra last Wednesday evening, leaving unsightly marks on the main street. Unfortunately for him, it was in front of

Banking on safe drivers

THE Inverloch & District Community Bendigo Bank continues to drive change through investing locally in driver education, road safety training and mentoring locally disadvantaged young people. The bank has announced a further $2500 funding for the L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program coordinated through the

Hot rods and hot people at Wonthaggi’s Show’n’Shine

THERE’S no doubt that the Wonthaggi Show and Shine was weather-affected last Sunday as temperatures soared towards the 40 degree mark. But there were some great cars, bikes, a tank and other vehicles to look at all the same and none better than a

MP shares safety barrier concerns

GIPPSLAND South MP Danny O’Brien has raised concern about the placement of new wire rope safety barriers on key Gippsland roads including the Princes and South Gippsland highways. Mr O’Brien said he was concerned that barriers on some sections of the road were too
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