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Tightlines – 26/8/2014

12Hopeful anglers were out trying their luck off the Inverloch jetty last week. By King George ENCOURAGING reports of early snapper and gummies continue which is great news in the Westernport area along with quality flathead with boaters feeling confident of a bumper season. Surf:

Motorbike crash changes course

Senior riders make a turn of the loop course set at Outtrim on Saturday. LEONGATHA Cycling Club riders were able to enjoy a glorious Saturday afternoon for racing, however, the day was not quite as planned as a motor bike rider had crashed on

Finals action begins

Korumburra-Bena’s Chelsea Kenny gets set to put up a shot on goal during a high-standard Under 17s match against Foster at Fish Creek last Sunday. m323414 ALBERTON First Elimination final – August 23 . . . A Grade: Fish Creek 38 d MDU 36.

Island too classy for Fish Creek

Phillip Island forward Beau Runnalls dodges and weaves before kicking the ball deep into the Island’s forward 50. Runnalls was impressive on the lead but he was inaccurate in front of goal, finishing with 6.10 for the day.  PHILLIP Island easily accounted for Fish

Fighting finals win for Sea Eagles

Inverloch-Kongwak’s Lewie Rankin clears the ball out of defence in Sunday’s final against Korumburra-Bena. The winger found space on a number of occasions throughout the match and was amongst the Sea Eagles’ best players. By Mitch Guy INVERLOCH-Kongwak has overcome a fast-finishing Korumburra-Bena to

Superb investment property or ideal for large family

This five bedroom home in Korumburra is selling for just $240,000. THIS exciting Korumburra home is in a great position and has many features not normally found in this price range, including five bedrooms, two bathrooms and spacious living. The living area comprises a

For sale by tender

Tenders for the property close on Friday, October 3. A UNIQUE commercial development opportunity has arisen at 62 and 64 Watt Street, Wonthaggi. Located in the heart of Wonthaggi’s central business precinct is this extremely rare property screaming out for someone to fully develop

Wonthaggi’s best buy

This Wonthaggi home ticks all the boxes and it can be yours for less than $250,000. ONE of the most common questions asked to PBE Real Estate agents is, “Do you have any homes for sale that are in a good location of brick

New display village a $13m boost to Warragul

23A new 21-house display village, to be opened in Warragul by September next year is expected to become a resource for private, would-be homeowners from across the region. Baw Baw Mayor, Cr Murray Cook, turns the first sod for the project last week. WITH

You’re all invited to see Commonwealth gold

The South Gippsland Shire Council will host a Civic Reception for gold medallist Eleanor Patterson and also Kaila Hutchinson-McKnight. IT WAS important that Commonwealth Games gold medallist, Eleanor Patterson, was allowed to settle into her studies and her family life back in Leongatha after

Quick road fixes aren’t working

Mr Amor says quick fix methods to repair potholes are costing tax payers money and are not an effective solution. C013314 KORUMBURRA Business Association president David Amor says quick fixes to deal with large number of pot holes are a waste of taxpayer’s money.

Council realignment brings change

Bass Coast Shire Council’s new structure is designed to help the organisation better meet the community’s needs. THE organisational structure of Bass Coast Shire Council will undergo a major change for the first time since amalgamation. With the process beginning in April this year,

Arts policy axing a challenge, they say

Among the South Gippsland artists who are concerned about the shire’s attitude to the arts are Kerry Spokes and Dennis Leversha at an art exhibition launch in Fish Creek last Sunday. m893314 THE South Gippsland arts community is disappointed with the recent axing of
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