Corangamite Shire

  • Gas line in sight

    TERANG residents can expect rollout of the highly anticipated natural gas program to begin in March with connections to start in April.

    Read more »

  • Wild winds wreak havoc

    SEVERAL cars were damaged in fierce winds that ripped through Terang and district last Wednesday.

    Read more »

  • Shire’s youth recognised

    CORANGAMITE Shire’s youth were recognised for their outstanding efforts in their respective fields at the shire’s annual youth awards night in Terang last week.

    Read more »

  • TMHS to drive L2P program

    LEARNER drivers in the Corangamite Shire who face significant barriers to achieving 120 hours of practice have been thrown a lifeline.

    Read more »

  • Big year of giving for the Terang op-shop

    THE Terang Op-shop has come to the end of another successful financial year making more than $70,000 worth of donations to more than 30 community groups and organisations.

    Read more »

  • Shire program could improve Terang shops

    TERANG’S shop fronts could soon receive a makeover thanks to a new program included in the Corangamite Shire’s 2015/16 budget.

    Read more »

  • Crowds flock to Anzac Day services

    HUNDREDS of people attended Anzac Day services in Terang and Noorat on the weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

    Read more »

  • Corangamite Shire mayor re-elected

    CORANGAMITE Shire Council has re-elected Chris O’Connor for his third term as mayor.

    Read more »

  • Terang natural gas questions answered

    TERANG’S natural gas connection moved a step closer to reality with investor Brookfield Regional Networks meeting with Corangamite Shire delegates and community members last week.

    Read more »

  • Op shop battles rent hike

    TERANG has rallied behind its community op shop after the Corangamite Shire suggested the group would have to pay up to $9,500 a year in rent.

    Read more »

  • Read previous Corangamite Shire stories from our archives: