Mr Davies was last seen in the Hobart waterfront area in the early hours of Sunday morning. Photo from ABC News (Phoebe Hosier).
THE body of a man, believed to be that of missing, former Leongatha resident Jarrod Davies, 27, has been found today by police in Hobart. Davies was last seen in the Hobart waterfront area in the early hours of Sunday morning. CCTV cameras captured
South Gippsland has appointed its first female CEO in history. What do you think about that?
By Michael Giles SOUTH Gippsland Shire Council has appointed its first-ever female CEO. And it’s likely Kerryn Ellis is the first female administrative leader of local government in this area for nigh on 150 years. So, yes, it’s a outcome worth mentioning. She joins
Thank you, Bass Coast Shire Council, for allowing a certain section of the Inverloch beach to be used by dogs off the leash (and owners, also off the leash!). It is a lovely part of the beach and my dog, Sam, and I have
I respect regular correspondent Bernie McComb’s democratic right to voice his opinion. I am not a wealthy person, but I would be prepared to donate a small amount of money to a fund that would pay for a trip to China for Bernie. When
Rob Humphrys offers good advice to councillors that they should base decisions regarding on-beach dog restrictions on facts (Letters, Sentinel-Times, February 4). Unfortunately, in providing statistics of people hospitalised from a dog related injury he forgot to mention that the vast majority of incidents,
On January 20, both the TV and radio proclaimed another environment problem, amongst all the other man-made catastrophes. I had previously decided to refrain from venting my concerns in writing having failed, over many years, to provoke creative activity, even some awareness in the
Fergus O’Connor likes to put himself in his animal’s position to give them the best possible life and improve meat quality. He suggests buying quality meats is good for the environment. tm04_0620
FERGUS O’Connor – a beef farmer from Berry’s Creek near Leongatha – believes the vegan ultimatum of not eating all meat is, ‘utter nonsense,’ and is sure farming can be done sustainably. Fergus relates beef quality to supermarket egg options. “Everyone knows the supermarket
Rene Zeller moved to Inverloch three years ago to enjoy retirement and loves fishing and golf. We caught Rene just as he was setting up for a day beach fishing last Wednesday. Sb030620
WE have just about finished the organising for our fourth San Remo Easter Fishing Competition and will open up early entries this weekend. The competition has grown over the last three years and is becoming exactly what we started out to organise – a
SET in the rolling hills of Glen Alvie, PBE Real Estate are proud to offer this four-bedroom home on manageable acreage. As you approach up the driveway, you are greeted with this character home that sits on the hill and enjoys 360 degree views
Former South Gippsland Councillor Jeremy Rich leaves the Latrobe Valley Magistrates’ Court flanked by his lawyer, Steven Pica, while being questioned by local media.
– Case stays in magistrate’s court JEREMY Rich had a win of sorts in the Latrobe Valley Magistrates’ Court last Thursday. The former South Gippsland Shire Councillor was appearing to face 11 charges arising out of a drug bust at his family’s Walkerville grazing
And they’re off! The first of the 464 competitors in the San Remo Channel Challenge hit the water for the swim across to the Island. M100620
THE Channel was well sheltered from the strong south-easterly wind, however, the San Remo bridge was not, so for the 542 racers who took part in the 35th annual Channel Challenge it was a challenging yet enjoyable race. The day paid respect to both
Marcel Waklington streets the field in the San Remo Channel Challenge on Saturday.
UPWARDS of 540 competitors swam across to Phillip Island and ran back over the bridge in glorious conditions last Saturday in one of the best San Remo Channel Challenges of the event’s 35 year history. And the winner, by the length of the San
Lev presents a $2500 cheque to Mary Clarke, with community garden volunteers and calendar models.
By Chris Petrie THEY said it couldn’t be done! That was enough to get Coronet Bay local Levinus Van De Neut rallying the support of local residents, who modelled in, photographed and designed the inaugural Beach Bums 2020 (nude) Calendar. Sales of this cheeky