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Bald Hills Wind Farm to ‘ramp up’

IT’S all about to happen. Developers of the $300 million Bald Hills Wind Farm project are gearing up for the most intensive phase of the construction process. From next month, until July 2014, there will be up to 150 workers on site at Tarwin

When the going gets tough, Tough Titties will be there

IT ALL started as a low-key party fundraiser with The Bodyshop at Home for inspiring Wonthaggi paramedic and athlete Deb Rielly who’s attacking her latest fight with cancer with colossal force. Due the response to that recent event (100 people attended), and the ideas

Live successfully with low vision

LOSING your vision due to age related diseases such as Macular Degeneration can be both challenging and depressing. For many people it marks the end of many recreational and daily living activities that are central to an independent lifestyle. There are now many new

Former Leongatha RSL president a false hero

‘Deeply ashamed’ By Danika Dent SITTING on a worn leather armchair, David Edwards shakes his head slowly. “Why’d I do it? I just don’t know,” he says. David Edwards has been outed as a fraud – a wannabe Vietnam War veteran. Dr Edwards fessed up

Our oils are the best in the land

SOUTH Gippsland olives oils were rated as Australia’s best at the 17th National Extra Virgin Olive Oil awards held in Hobart last week. Grassy Spur Olives, a small, boutique olive grove at Stony Creek, scooped the pool to be awarded three gold medals and