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Chinese takeaway

Neighbouring landowner, Lisa MacPherson, has been shocked by the proposal that a major milk export industry be established on the farm opposite her family’s property at quiet Kernot in South Gippsland. THE tiny rural community of Kernot is still reeling from the news this

It’s been a long way to Pound Creek for Danial

Special guest speaker at the Australia Day celebration at Pound Creek last Monday was Afghani refugee Danial Lomani, who has made remarkable strides in Australia since coming here little more than a year ago, where he now lives at Koonwarra with Susan and Henry

Shingler Street seige

Police officers swarm on the man after he surrendered, emerging from a shed which he had set alight, causing minor burns to his body. C030315. By Ash’lee Charlton A TENSE stand-off between police and a man threatening to self-harm and blow-up a shed in

5500 party with Paul Kelly and friends

The carefully crafted set by Paul Kelly and his band, at the Summer of Soul festival at Mossvale Park last Saturday night, included four rain-themed songs but thankfully forecast torrential rain failed to materialise and the much-anticipated event went ahead almost as planned. M840215

Woolamai’s on a winner! – So why won’t Racing Victoria let them run?

The New Year’s Day race meeting at Woolamai last Thursday was a huge success but if Racing Victoria gets its way, there will be no repeat next year. The scene above, as horses make a start in the 1508 metre George Bass Hotel Maiden
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