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DREAMTIME at the G and the surrounding Sir Doug Nicholls Round is the Australian Football League’s most socially conscious event of the year and Nathan Lovett-Murray has a stronger connection to the event than most.

Samuel Ord - August 21, 2020

25 Palmer St, Portland$850,000Assets Real Estate PortlandPhone: 5522 3333www.assetsrealestate.com.au SET on a 950m2 allotment one block from Portland's central business district, this beautifully restored and extended four-bedroom home is an excellent example of a well-executed heritage renovation that incorporates all the charm of its period features tastefully blended with modern conveniences to create a wonderful […]

Admin - August 21, 2020

A FOURTH hydroponic cannabis crop has been found growing in a Portland building, with police swooping to arrest two men at the scene and seize 170 plants on Tuesday.

Angela McFeeters - August 21, 2020

THE state-wide NAB League has confirmed further changes to the planned 2020 home and away season with five of the competition’s 12 sides now expected to begin playing on August 22.

Samuel Ord - July 18, 2020

PORTLAND’S newest artistic experience has been completed, but there’s the promise of plenty more in store.

Chalpat Sonti - July 15, 2020

LOCAL music initiative Glenelg Shire Musical Mates 2020 has been celebrated state-wide with front woman Rosalea Collins getting a shout out on Melbourne ABC Radio’s Melbie awards.

Rani Kane - July 3, 2020

WATER authority, GHCMA, is alleging the mouth of the Surry River at Narrawong was illegally opened by hand on Wednesday evening ahead of heavy rains.

Angela McFeeters - July 3, 2020

THE Portland Leisure and Aquatic Centre is opening for lap swimmers from Monday, after an easing of restrictions has given many organisations the go ahead.

Rani Kane - June 10, 2020

IT’S official – the Portland Hockey Club will be a member of the Warrnambool and District Hockey Association for the 2020 season.

Samuel Ord - June 3, 2020

ASK Les Thomas what the highlight is of his 45 years as a tug boat captain, and you get the answer as quick as the rope goes over to attach on to an incoming ship – though it might not be quite what you expected.

Chalpat Sonti - June 3, 2020
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