Ita and All

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We don’t really need Ita do we we already have the dribbling sandstone warrior  on Radio National to cure us of radical thoughts and real estate agents chanting their mantras on ABC tv   but then Ita just might have … Continued

Care

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In just one news broadcast on Radio National recently I heard the following three stunning statements: Integrity of the institution trumps child protection Escape channels could’ve saved the over-crowded fish Just an extra 10c per litre will help our struggling … Continued

Oil and Rudeness

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The last meeting of the Colac Otway Shire council held in Apollo Bay was frightful and embarrassing. The Mayor failed to call to order cheeky children  or a rude adult from Kennett River who called out a most inappropriate comment. … Continued

Traffic Problems

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Apollo Bay urgently needs to resolve the growing confusion  over Great Ocean Road traffic conflicting with a soldier’s memorial on Nelson Street. At the public consultation by Regional Roads VIC  on 12 February, four solutions were offered, the preferred option … Continued

Gun Control

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May I remind Victorians of the so-called  father’s day massacre in 2000. Only one died, my 11 year old nephew. He’d been sitting at a computer while his  nine year old brother played on the floor with a loaded antique … Continued

Apollo Bay Harbour 2

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The earth cries out for mitigation of climate change. Australia sells more coal. We’ve ordered 72 joint strike fighters, just in case. For the first time brave Cuba loses 27 souls. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology predicts But who tells … Continued

Apollo Bay Harbour Development

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Apollo Bay’s Chamber of Commerce deserves hearty congratulations for hosting a fascinating evening on the future of the fishing Industry recently. Perched as we are in glorious isolation on the seaward edge of stunning forest and the Great Ocean Road we have long passed … Continued

Apollo Bay’s Harbour

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Victorian taxpayers built Apollo Bay’s first harbour back in the 1950s for our shark and cray fishing industry. Although these twenty or so fishing families have shrunk to about six the harbour has been rebuilt with enormous floating concrete jetties. … Continued