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Walk-through animation of new Korumburra Children’s Centre

KORUMBURRA’S Integrated Children’s Centre’s designs were unveiled on Wednesday morning and you can take a walk though by clicking this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdQiiR3ORIc&feature=youtu.be The centre will accommodate 120 children in a purpose-built childcare centre, kindergarten, maternal health, out of school hours care and training facility

No one happy with rural strategy

IT finished as it started, when the Bass Coast Shire Council adopted its new Rural Land Use Strategy last Wednesday night, in a shambles. After years in the planning and a further three months delay to consider 269 local submissions, councillors still didn’t know

Rail trail goes further

CYCLISTS, runners and walkers turned out in force to test themselves on the newest section of the Great Southern Rail Trail, an 8.6km section of trail linking Foster and Toora.  Deputy Premier Peter Ryan was on hand to officially open the new section of

Fast broadband arriving slowly

THE township of Cowes was named as one of the first places in Australia to be connected to the National Broadband Network. And Wonthaggi shouldn’t be too far behind. In fact, the NBN Co website claims that there are several sites in Cowes where

Local connections strong in ‘Leongatha’

THE hilariously funny, locally-inspired film, ‘Leongatha’ will be coming home to Wonthaggi, for a week of screenings, from Thursday, September 12. Written and directed by Shane Dunlop, whose family has strong Wonthaggi and Dalyston connections, it will be screen at the Wonthaggi Cinema and
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