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On track for better transport

MORE bus services, better timetabling and a train line extension. They’re just some of the advocacy projects being pushed by ALP candidate for Bass, Jordan Crugnale. The Labor candidate says more buses in the shire need to link with VLine, and services to the

Police seek car-cam footage in murder investigation

Homicide Squad detectives have taken over the investigation into the death of Samantha Fraser in Cowes on Monday. Police were initially called to conduct a welfare check on the 38-year-old Cowes woman at a property on Seagrove Way on 23 July. The alarm was

Invy’s super supervisor

INVERLOCH School Crossing supervisor Judy Hughes has been recognised as the best in her field for the entire southeast region, which runs from the eastern suburbs to Sale. Judy was invited to attend the School Crossing Supervisor of the Year awards in Preston recently.

Community college fears losing students to free TAFE

THE LEONGATHA campus of Community College Gippsland (CCG) is facing an uncertain future in the wake of the State Government’s free TAFE course announcements. Under the Labor Government’s plan, announced as part of the 2018/19 budget package in May, up to 30 TAFE courses

Erosion solution on the horizon

THERE is an answer to the erosion issues along the Grantville foreshore. That’s the message from State Government’s Department of Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) about the beach, which is continuing to suffer extensive erosion. Most residents would probably tell you there are only
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