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Dragons snubbed by council

The City of Greater Geelong has backflipped on its plan to help fund the Bell Park Football/Netball Club’s Hamlyn Park changeroom facilities and instead...

Emergency department reaches halfway mark

Construction on a dedicated children’s emergency department at the University Hospital Geelong has hit the halfway mark. The $20 million facility will help...

Algae outbreak closes Barwon River

The Barwon River is temporarily closed following a blue-green algae outbreak. Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) closed the river with warning signs placed along affected...

Bowls rivalry continues

Highton takes on Ocean Grove in what will continue a four-year rivalry of playing off in major bowls finals. The two teams do battle in...

Finals on the horizon for Highton

Highton warmed up the Division 1 Section 1 bowls finals with a win against Leopold on Saturday February 24 and Independent photographer Ivan Kemp...

Finals dreams shattered

Wallington bowed out of the BPCA A2 Grade finals race after suffering a loss to Winchelsea in the penultimate round of the season. Needing to...

Huby bides time and takes five

Anglesea seamer Ollie Huby has had to bide his time in a star-studded side, but bowled his team to victory against Ocean Grove in...

Snakes’ spinner takes six

Collendina spinner Stan Grazotis bowled his side to victory against Surfcoast on Saturday. The Cobras are now eight points clear in top spot and will...

Bridge battle awaits

Anglesea seamer Ollie Huby bowled his team to victory against Ocean Grove in A1 Grade on Saturday. Huby picked up 5/25 from 14 overs pushing...

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...

Season 2024 kicks off at the Potato Shed

The Potato Shed will host three very different shows over the next three weeks as its 2024 program kicks into gear. Internationally renowned classical pianist...

Psych band sea change

There is a lot to be said for a change of scenery, which psychedelic band Raging Moby have discovered for themselves. After finding themselves locked...

A salute to the Big O

Roy Orbison’s songs are sung around the world by many cover and tribute artists, but only one man is endorsed by the Big O’s...

Americana festival returns for second year

Americana on the Bellarine returns for the second year in a row, bringing a stellar lineup of blues, roots, alt-country and folk to the...

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Dragons snubbed by council

The City of Greater Geelong has backflipped on its plan to help fund the Bell Park Football/Netball Club’s Hamlyn Park changeroom facilities and instead...