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Scumbags get their whack

HOLIDAY homes, particularly those on Phillip Island, are regularly a target for drug addicts, alcoholics, criminal youth and scumbags of all types who see them as an easy touch for food, alcohol, accommodation and stolen goods. But those thinking of taking advantage when houses

Everything lost in fire – Online appeal launched

A KORUMBURRA woman has lost all of her possessions and a local family’s business has been destroyed after a fire tore through the two properties in the early hours on Sunday morning. CFA crews were called to what police are describing as a “suspicious”

Children’s Hub dream comes true

By Gav Ross AN ENTIRE community is celebrating a major funding announcement ensuring the long-awaited  will be built within a few short years. Just days after early building design plans were revealed to locals at the Corinella site, the committee behind the project discovered

Water restrictions loom for Korumburra

No State Government help in sight IN a worst case scenario, Korumburra could be on Stage 4 Water Restrictions by May next year and with no resolution in sight to what has long been acknowledged as an inadequate supply for a growing town. Prior

Dying service saved

THE last thing a palliative care patient needs is bad news. And that’s the way things were looking last Thursday at the annual general meeting of the Gippsland Southern Health Service. It was revealed at the meeting that annual funding of $1 million, to
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