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Caltex Korumburra may make a comeback

THE Caltex service station, located at 70-78 Commercial Street, Korumburra was closed last Wednesday, September 5, but it may not be permanent. The area has since been cordoned off with safety fencing, meaning that parking spaces, used by patrons of the Rainbow Palace Chinese

Leap forward for Korumburra jobs

A NEW 50-acre business park in Korumburra will have the potential to create at least 200 new jobs. The directors of the Korumburra Gardens Business Park, John Kennedy and Alistair Jack, announced the plans on site last week, at the western end of the

Big boost for Wonthaggi TAFE

THE State Government’s cash splash in the Bass electorate continued last week, with politicians visiting the Wonthaggi campus of Chisholm TAFE to announce almost $600,000 in funding. The extra funds will be used to deliver four certificate courses in hospitality, horticulture and health. Minister

Drought Drive delivers

GIPPSLANDERS have shown their support for drought affected farmers in New South Wales, sending 70 tonnes of stockfeed and $10,000 in prepaid Visa cards up to Yeoval, near Dubbo, last week. Coordinated by Loch resident Janie Stace, with the help of community members and

Inverloch’s leafy green character at risk

THERE’S nothing to protect Inverloch’s neighbourhood character. The 7 metre height “limit” on new homes and units is a joke, laughed at and ignored by everyone in the know. And if there are local laws requiring would-be developers to apply for permits to remove