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
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
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.
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.
In the wake of the Black Saturday bushfires, which tore through north-eastern Victoria in the early months of 2009, The Phoenix emerged, a newspaper that sought to cover the region’s recovery and provide advertising at no cost to local business. The Phoenix founder and editor, Ash Long, said… Read More
With his days full of legal consulting, refugee advocacy and now running for the vacant Greens Party Senate nomination, it’s no surprise that Julian Burnside looked flustered as he welcomed me into the warmth of his home on a chilly winter’s evening. Sitting in his… Read More