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Product list fires up for farmers in milk price ‘war’

A GEELONG man has created an online resource which will allow Ocean Grove and Bellarine shoppers to help local farmers battle discounted supermarket milk. Patrick...

Marathon effort to take on Channel chill

By LUKE VOOGT OCEAN Grove bricklayer Travis Lamb and his daughter Maddie will take on the cold waters of the English Channel this July. Travis said...

Sensational night of fine dining

FOLLOWING on from the success of a seafood dinner late in 2015, the Ocean Grove Hotel hosted another spectacular night on 26 May, with...

College raises the bar

By LUKE VOOGT CHRISTIAN College was a shining light for the Salvation Army - after a disappointing first weekend of its annual doorknock in the...

New security guards on the moo-ve

By LUKE VOOGT THE failed retirement village in Collendina has some new residents, though probably not who the original owners intended. Several cows took up residence...

Biting cold

THE second day of winter brought another cold morning and a Voice reader sent us this pic of a lone angler trying his luck...

Mystery over early morning crash

POLICE are investigating whether a man was thrown from his ute after an early morning crash on Grubb Road. Bellarine SES controller Dion Henderson said...

Jury still out on hawks

Jen Carr, jennifer.carr6@bigpond.com For the first time in months, I haven’t been out and about much, due to a combination of work and family commitments...

Burglary arrest

By LUKE VOOGT GEELONG police recently arrested a suspect over a spate of burglaries in Ocean Grove late last month. Police arrested a 19-year-old Grovedale man...

Grandparents go the distance for school’s special day

MORE than 60 grandparents travelled from far and wide for Ocean Grove Primary School’s Grade 1 Grandparent Day on 17 May. Grandparents caught the train...

Salvos ready for good knock-on effect

BELLARINE Salvation Army Captain Peter Hobbs is urging Ocean Grove residents to open their hearts and wallets for the Red Shield Appeal this weekend. Peter...

Making the most of a model hobby

By LUKE VOOGT LONG-time Lego enthusiast David Low is getting excited for Queenscliff Bricks this month. The 50-year-old IT expert from Ocean Grove renewed his love...

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Dance studios call for clarity

Dance studios across the Bellarine are desperately seeking clarification from the state government on where they fall within the industry categories for COVID-19. Amy Barrett,...

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