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Hayden’s mission to walk

PARALYSED from the chest downwards, Hayden Marshall, 17, is determined to walk again more than 12 months after a trampoline accident which left him a quadriplegic. He was practising a double front flip on his trampoline on Saturday, September 10, 2016, when he fell

WSC funding in November?

YOU heard it here first! It has come from a very reliable authority that an announcement about funding for Wonthaggi’s new secondary college senior campus will be made in November this year. Of course, we’ve heard it all before. The fear is that it

When $5.6 million college funding wasn’t enough

HOW far does $5.6 million go when you’re building a new secondary college? Not nearly far enough. Which is why the Korumburra Secondary College School Council’ Community Engagement Group has launched a ‘Buy A Plaque’ campaign. At $500 for a Platinum plaque (corporates), $300

Korumburra CWA needs you!

THE Korumburra Branch of the Country Women’s Association (CWA) needs you. And if local woman don’t answer the call, the 86 year old branch, one of the state’s oldest, may have to fold. The handful of stoic women who presently make up the membership

It’s a dam mess

SUPREME Court writs, massive legal fees, large pay-outs of ratepayers’ money, conflicts of interest, local resentment and a failed residential development potentially worth in excess of $50 million. The South Gippsland Shire Council has been saddled with a dam mess, not of its own