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ACCC not looking to fine Murray Goulburn

  MURRAY Goulburn suppliers are continuing to roll with the punches, after the ACCC instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against the big co-op, and were just getting on with the job this week. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is alleging Australia’s largest

Shining a light on domestic violence

THERESA O’Dea is helping victims of domestic violence through a series of free group sessions in Wonthaggi. She is the founder of Hopeishope11, a non-for-profit organisation aiming to help inform, educate and support victims of domestic violence. “It’s about protecting us women and kids.

Bass debt blows out to $16.8 million

THE Bass Coast Shire Council has just produced a controversial new budget which relies on $4.3 million in new borrowings and considerable success with government grant applications to make it fly. Rate increases have been capped at 2 per cent but the garbage charge

Management crisis looms for rail trail

SOUTH Gippsland Mayor Cr Ray Argento was asked a direct question last Wednesday, at the end of a public presentation session, by a member of the Great Southern Rail Trail (GSRT) Committee of Management. He didn’t answer the question. And given what was being

Paying our respects

STUDENTS from Inverloch Primary School placed around 80 white crosses on graves at Inverloch Cemetery on Friday, April 21. The rain did not deter the Grade 6 students who were keen to learn about Australia’s history. Jan Millington from Inverloch RSL said members spent