Corangamite Shire

  • Local Scouts movement growing

    THE growth of the local Scouts movement was on full display last week at the Emu District’s Term 1 break-up celebration.

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  • Fun day out for farming women

    TERANG and district women were at the centre of a day out at the races last Wednesday afternoon, as part of the annual Farmers’ Day Out event.

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  • Large rollout for road resealing

    ALMOST 10 per cent of local roads across Corangamite Shire will be resealed in the coming weeks.

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  • Local uncovers buried bottles

    A NUMBER of plastic bottles containing a yet-to-be identified dark liquid remain at a site in Dixie more than a week after a clean-up operation.

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  • Fire resilience six months on

    RESILIENCE following the St Patrick’s Day fires remained strong this week, as members of the Terang and district community came together for a barbecue.

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  • More funding from city deal

    REPRESENTATIVES from all levels of government met last week to come to an agreement about where funding is needed for the state’s south west.

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  • Youth mayor acknowledged

    CORANGAMITE Shire Youth Council mayor Ripley Watt recently joined a number of district representatives who were acknowledged for their volunteer work.

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  • Council re-elects Beard as mayor

    CORANGAMITE Shire councillor Jo Beard was returned to the role of mayor for a third term on Tuesday night.

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  • Unique artistic flair on show

    COLOUR and creativity will cover the Terang Civic Hall this weekend for the Cooinda Art Show.

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  • A snapshot of history on show

    HISTORY buffs were among those who took a walk back in time at a display of historical pieces in Terang over the weekend.

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