Archive for June, 2021

Another lockdown!

ACTING Victorian Premier James Merlino last Thursday announced a snap state-wide seven-day lockdown until 11.59pm on Thursday, June 3. From 11.59pm May 27, 2021, Victoria moved to Stage 4 restrictions. As […]

Boundary Road closed until end of May

COUNCIL’S Senior Project Delivery Officer, Jesse Joyce, told The Mirror that the culvert works are taking a little longer than expected and Boundary Road will remain closed until the end of […]

Community rallies after storm

THE Corner Inlet community, right alongside those throughout South Gippsland, has rallied to help its own after the severe storm that raged overnight across much of Victoria on Wednesday June […]

Fish Creek hall renovations well under way

Major and much-needed renovation works at the Fish Creek Memorial Hall are now well under way, much to the jubilation of the Hall’s committee of management and the local community. […]

Foster Medical Centre

Lights back and keep vaccinating WINTER has certainly shown us its power last week.  With heavy rain and gusty wind, it left behind fallen trees, cracked roofs, flooded rivers, and thousands of […]

OAM for Dr Peter Baquie

MUCH-LOVED former Foster and Toora Medical Centre general practitioner Dr Peter Baquie may add three more letters after his name after receiving the Medal of the Order of Australia in the […]

The what, when and why of Op Shopping in Foster

AS we move into the cooler months, there will be a few changes to the opening days at both the Garage Sale Outlet (GSO) and The Little Opp Shop. These […]

Those All Singing and All Dancing vaccines again:

– Just think what we will be able to get up to when we have all been vaccinated! A COUPLE of weeks ago I went along to the Medical Centre, and had […]

Wilsons Promontory National Park closed until 17 June 2021

Wilsons Promontory National Park has been subject to sever weather which has resulted in the need to close the park for public safety. A severe weather event over Gippsland on the 9th […]