OCEAN GROVE

Another award makes three

Bellarine Peninsula Basketball Association has won a major award for the third time in six years. The community based basketball association won the award for...

City Hall to remember those who served

City Hall will light up with images of Anzac troops next week in remembrance of Australians who served and lost their lives in World...

Free dementia events for carers

Health professionals and those caring for people living with dementia will have the opportunity to hear from experts in the field at two free...

Grubbers go down fighting

There were many options facing Ocean Grove at three-quarter time against reigning premiers Torquay at Spring Creek Reserve on Saturday April 13. Facing a 52-point...

Star set to debut for Grove

Former Victorian Netball League midcourt star Jess Leader will don the red and white for Ocean Grove in round four against Barwon Heads. Coach Mel...

Tigers too good

Voice photographer Ivan Kemp was at Spring Creek Reserve on Saturday April 13 for the Torquay vs Ocean Grove senior footy clash. The home...

Netball in full swing

Voice photographer Ivan Kemp captured these photographs of the Torquay vs Ocean Grove B Grade netball match at Spring Creek Reserve on Saturday April...

Dangerfield, Hawkins set to return

Undefeated Geelong will regain captain Patrick Dangerfield and star veteran Tom Hawkins for a blockbuster with the Brisbane Lions after dispatching hapless North Melbourne...

Barwon quartet do region proud

With competition on hiatus for the Easter break, many players have taken the opportunity to participate in a multitude of tournaments and events across...

Country music’s favourite couple

For Brooke McClymont and husband Adam Eckersley, joining forces to write some music together during COVID-19 seemed like a good way to stay creative...

Back to Back world premiere

Internationally lauded Geelong theatre company Back to Back will premiere their newest major work at the Geelong Arts Centre this week. Multiple Bad Things is...

Becoming Chopper

Basing a comedy act around impersonating a man convicted multiple times for killing people might not seem like a great career move to some. But...

A catastrophic comedy

Theatregoers should expect the unexpected when the Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society presents its production of A Christmas Carol this month. Brought...

Rising indie stars hit the regions

Over the past few years indie rockers the Vanns have begun to cement their place as one of the country’s favourite up and coming...

Aus music royalty kick off national tour

For Erik Weideman, lead singer of iconic Aussie band 1927, the experience of performing live never gets old. The band, who took Australia by storm...

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Another award makes three

Bellarine Peninsula Basketball Association has won a major award for the third time in six years. The community based basketball association won the award for...

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