Archive for November, 2020

Caring a common link between retiring and new Prom Country Aged Care CEOs

CARING in a practical way for people young and old in all sorts of circumstance is the common link between Prom Coast Aged Care’s retiring chief executive officer Justin Wightman and […]

Community reaps friendship at Yanakie Grow, Gather, Share shed

MEMBERS of the Yanakie community are reaping not only freshly harvested and made home produce at the Yanakie Grow, Gather, Share shed in Millar Road but also new and lasting friendships, […]

Dress up your letterbox for Foster’s 150th

HOUSEHOLDERS and residents from throughout the Foster mail district are invited to dress up their letterbox just for fun as well as for the chance to win a prize during November […]

Fish Creek CBD WiFi hub “all up by Christmas”

A HUB supplying free WiFi throughout Fish Creek’s central business district will be “all up by Christmas”, according to Fish Creek Tea Cosy Festival Committee president Marge Arnup and technologically […]

Functioning, contented lives are mental health counsellor’s aim

HELPING people of all ages to lead well-functioning and contented lives is the main aim for newly-appointed South Gippsland Hospital Mental Health Counsellor and Psychotherapist Karen Santos. Karen began her […]

Opening up of Victoria

Foster and Toora Medical Centres IT is with a heady mixture of relief and joy that we celebrate the continuing reopening up of Victoria as a result of an impressive […]

Police Operation Compass checking drivers on regional roads

RECENT relaxing of metropolitan COVID-19 restrictions has prompted Victoria Police to launch Operation Compass state-wide in response to expected high volumes of traffic on regional roads over three consecutive weekends. Last […]

Prom Coast Festival – (March 5-8, 2021) IS GOING AHEAD

AS 2020 draws to a close (and most of us will agree good riddance) and we can all start enjoying seeing family and friends again,  the volunteer Bi Annual Prom […]

Shire audit and risk committee reports to panel

SOUTH Gippsland Shire Council’s independent audit and risk committee reported on its 2019/2020 activities and findings to the municipality’s administration panel at a public virtual briefing held on Wednesday October […]

Shire COVID-19 Community Support Package

GRANTS from South Gippsland Shire Council are still available to eligible community groups and service providers through the municipality’s COVID-19 Community Support Package. About a quarter of the $2 million-worth of […]

Ten-kilometre fence creates Prom “sanctuary”

– “A Galapagos of our own” WILSONS Promontory National Park will become a world-unique, 50,000-hectare native flora and fauna sanctuary when a 10-kilometre-long predator-proof fence is built from coast to […]