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Two drown at Woolamai Beach

A MAN drowned at a Cape Woolamai beach on Monday afternoon following another suspected drowning on Christmas Day. Shortly before 5pm on Monday, January 1, a man was spotted in trouble at the Woolamai Beach. The man, who hasn’t been identified, is believed to

Great news for beer lovers

IT MIGHT be early days for Burra Brewing Co, but talk of the new microbrewery coming to town has already got mouths watering. We caught up with the team behind the vision to find out everything you need to know about Korumburra’s newest watering

VICSES issues thunderstorms warning

THE Victorian Head Office of the State Emergency Service (VICSES) has advised, at 2pm today, Friday, December 29 that parts of Victoria and being impacted by “severe thunderstorms”. Affecting parts of central and eastern Victoria, the result may be: * Heavy rain leading to

Power fears generate action

THE INVERLOCH Big 4 Holiday Park has purchased two large commercial generators amid fears of summer power outages throughout Gippsland and Victoria. Co-owner Adrian Edwards said they park spent close to $80,000 on the generators to be sure he can cater for the large

Something fishy about Christmas bin collections?

HOUSTON we may have a problem. As spectacularly successful as the Bass Coast Shire Council’s new three-bin system has been in dramatically cutting back on waste to landfill, there has been a problem immediately after Christmas. While triple collection of green, recycling and landfill
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