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On the trail of Korumburra art

YOU might not have attended the exclusive wine and canapes launch of the Korumburra Winter Art Trail exhibition, at the Federation Art Gallery last Friday night. But you may have already introduced yourself to some of the art in the exhibition, quite by accident.

Quinn’s journey

QUINN Cox is a two and a half year old girl from Grantville. She’s very energetic, and a special and wonderful daughter to mother Kat Cox. Quinn was diagnosed with autism and chromosomal deletion in December last year, and Kat is pushing to raise

Every cuppa counts

HALEY Anderson was an amazing sportsperson. From a young age, with bat or a ball, she was a star. She grew up in Leongatha and went on to become a teacher at the Korumburra Primary School where she inspired students to reach their goals.

No guarantee for a seat

THE wheels on the bus are meant to go round and round, but that’s not the case for students in Loch wanting to go to Leongatha Secondary College. A parent of a Grade 6 student told the ‘Sentinel-Times’ Leongatha Secondary College cannot, at this

Who wants to build the Penguin Parade?

THE vision for the new Penguin Parade Visitor Centre is another step closer to becoming a reality as Phillip Island Nature Parks calls for expressions of interest for the construction of the landmark building. With a design that has been overseen by the Nature
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