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Fallen honoured

ABOUT 140 locals gathered in the sunshine of Ocean Grove Park as the town marked Remembrance Day earlier this month. All ages were involved...

Drumming up interest

By LUKE VOOGT The rhythm of drums will again sound at Main Beach on Friday evenings, as Wallington drummer Scott McCutcheon continues last year’s drumming...

Reading between the lines

Bookgrove is a modern, independently owned and locally operated bookstore on the Bellarine Peninsula in the heart of Ocean Grove that has stood the...

Picture perfect

Brendan Waites has lived in Ocean Grove for 10 years and his business - Ocean Grove Camera and Photo - has been up and...

Socially, locals gain global reach

Almost 500 locals have joined a new group on Facebook featuring creatives from Ocean Grove, who sell their goods online from their own homes....

Signs of Christmas for Elwood

ALTHOUGH Christmas is a month away, a special present arrived early for one youngster at the VicRoads Fulton Hogan depot in Geelong. Elwood Majewski...

Tawny chicks thriving

By JEN CARR I’VE spent the past few weeks on a wild goose/tawny chase, trying to locate the tawny frogmouth chicks in Woodlands and in...

Erosion tackled

By LUKE VOOGT Barwon Coast began building a sandbag wall at Ocean Grove Main Beach last Tuesday, to protect dunes being battered by coastal tides. The...

Voice visits Nepal again

FOR the second time in a fortnight the Voice visited the beautiful Himalayas, this time with local resident Alice King. Alice took with her...

Trees bring Christmas cheer

By LUKE VOOGT OCEAN Grove Scout Group will bring some cheer to town with its annual Christmas Tree Sale, starting this Saturday. “We’ve got the...

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Tennis star zooms in

Flynn Stewart was meant to toss the coin at an Australian Open match, but the statewide five-day lockdown happened at the most inopportune time. Flynn,...

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