Hit early and hit hard by the pandemic, Australia’s seafood industry hopes a new marketing campaign will help fill the void by increasing domestic consumption. The Great Australian Seafood brand intends to give Australians a fresh perspective on the industry, with the tagline “easy as”… Read More
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Anglesea local shares hopes for council future
Having moved back to her home town of Anglesea from Melbourne, Issy Mildenhall has focused her attention on the Surf Coast Shire council election. Studying a Bachelor of Arts at Victoria University with a minor in Indigenous Studies, the 23-year-old said her lecturers had inspired… Read More
Book Week a community event
St. Aloysius Catholic Primary School Queenscliff has found an innovative way to celebrate Book Week and bring the community together. The primary school usually hosts its Book Week within the school grounds, but this year the students will take their costumes on a Book Week… Read More
Brigade begins fundraising drive
The Barwon Heads Fire Brigade is calling for local donations to help fund an expansion project designed to improve safety and procedure at the station. Read the full article here.
Surf industry booms as locals turn to the water
While businesses are doing it tough during the coronavirus pandemic, Darren Dickson says his board shaping business has encountered a “massive increase” in customers. Read the full article here.
Air travel “difficult, demeaning and awkward” for people with disabilities, says Melbourne man with cerebral palsy
A Yarraville man is calling out discriminatory practices in air travel and demanding airlines provide better service for people with disabilities as the Disability Royal Commission continues. Noah Callan’s change.org petition has gone viral with 44,000 signatures, and his bid to improve conditions has been backed by… Read More