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$100,000 parks upgrade for Surf Coast
March 1, 2005
SURF Coast Shire will spend $100,000 upgrading public spaces this financial year as part of a five-year plan to enhance access to, and use of, community areas. The new funding is driven by community aspirations for improved public spaces, and a resulting council audit and review of recreational facilities, parklands and pathways. Surf Coast mayor, Cr Keith Grossman, said...story>>
The Blonde, the Brunette & the vengeful Redhead
1 March 2005
Due to record breaking sales, the first show in the 2005 Shell Theatre Season, Saxafone Productions and Stewart D’Arrieta’s The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead, starring Jacki Weaver, will perform an extra and VERY limited performance on Sunday 6 March, 2:00pm. If you thought you missed out, this is your chance to get one of the tickets on highest demand ever. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!..story>>
Surf Coast Clean-up Army Targets Torquay Reserve
1 March 2005
SURF Coast's staff clean-up army was out in force on Tuesday 1 March to take part in a major rubbish removal initiative - Business Clean-up Day - at Torquay's Deep Creek Reserve. The mayor, Cr Keith Grossman, councillors and CEO, Peter Bollen, joined the staff in a three-hour mission to rid the reserve of rubbish. Some 70 staff members from all sections of the council's indoor and outdoor staff collected an amazing 780 litres of garbage and diverted 300 litres of recyclables from landfill...story>>
Table Set For Worlds Longest Lunch
March 2, 2005
The tables will soon be set at the Memorial Square for Colac's fourth World's Longest Lunch - Mediterranean style. As diners take their seats under the elms, a succulent meal will arrive featuring a host of regional gourmet foods, carefully complemented by wines from the local vineyards.The Menu: Upon arrival, diners will be greeted with a delicious bevy of starters, including an omlette and prawn nori roll, Irrewarra..story>>
GREAT OCEAN RD ROADWORKS
Report as at Friday 4 March 2005 for period 5/3/05 - 11/03/05
The list below shows the works planned for the coming week. Please note that, in addition to the works listed, other maintenance work will sometimes be required for unforeseen events such as landslips or fallen trees. Motorists are requested to take notice of roadwork signing and obey all traffic instructions...information>>
Autumn Prescribed Burning begins in South West Victoria
Thursday 3 March, 2005
Communities in parts of south west Victoria can expect to see smoke in the air as the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) begins its annual autumn burning program. DSE will be conducting burns from March within selected parks, forests and reserves across the five South West Fire Districts. The autumn burn season in the Ballarat Fire District will begin with a prescribed burn in the Enfield Forest on 3 March, if weather and fuel moisture conditions are suitable. The 50 hectare burn is designed to reduce fire risk...story>>
High-profile Identities set to Visit Geelong
Gregory David Roberts4 March 2005
Geelong Regional Library Corporation announced today that it has secured several popular identities to visit Geelong in coming months. The following people will be conducting book readings, answering questions, signing books and holding media interviews in Geelong. Gregory David Roberts, will visit on 28th April, George Negus on 9th & 10th June, and Ben Kozel also on 9th & 10th June...story>>
Low Oxygen levels likely cause of death
March 10, 2005
EPA Victoria is investigating a number of fish deaths at Painkalac River in Aireys Inlet. EPA south west manager Alexander Jovcic said the cause was most likely natural and as a result of low dissolved oxygen levels. Monthly sampling within the estuary is undertaken as part of an EPA estuary study. Samples taken last week, showed levels were at 20 percent, where as samples taken in January showed levels at a much higher 70-80 per cent...story>>
Identify Your Pet For Life With A Microchip
March 10, 2005
Join Colac Otway Shire's Local Laws team and have your pet identified for life with an ISO microchip. Following the success of last year's event, Council is holding another microchipping and pet registration day on Saturday, April 2 at the Colac Hockey Ground, Hearn Street, Colac from 10am to 1pm. The microchips will be inserted by a local vet at a cost of $25 per animal, with Council dog and cat registrations also accepted on the day...story>>
Legal Hurdle for Aireys Subdivision Idea
11 March 2005
Surf Coast Shire chief executive officer Peter Bollen said today that a legal agreement made when a sensitive Aireys Inlet property was last subdivided would appear to rule out the more intense development now being flagged by the owner. Mr Bollen said the council had not received a formal planning application to re-subdivide the Allen land, located beside the Painkalac Creek in Aireys Inlet...story>>
Winchelsea Celebrates Games Funding
11 March 2005
Locals are celebrating a $70,000 grant to conserve and restore the Winchelsea and District Soldiers Memorial Grandstand. Commonwealth Games Minister Justin Madden announced the grant this week, as part of a $100,000 allocation for local celebrations of the Melbourne 2006 Games. $30,000 will go towards celebratory activities around the shire closer to the Games themselves...story>>
Sharing Ideas for a better High Tide Festival
15 March 2005
SURF Coast Shire wants you to join the High Tide Festival team and share your ideas for the December festivities which will celebrate the theme - water. The upcoming community planning meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 23, 2005 at 7pm at the Surf Coast Shire Council Chambers, 25 GROSSMANS ROAD, TORQUAY. For more information about the High Tide Festival or upcoming planning sessions, please contact Surf Coast Shire cultural arts development officer, Julie Dyer on 52610 645. For More information about the arts click here>>
Seniors' Festival Free Public lecture
Wednesday 16 March at 11am
The art of botanical illustration
Brian Hubber, Curator, Geelong Gallery will give an illustrated talk about the great tradition of botanical illustration (Redouté, Ferdinand Bauer etc) that flourished in the early years of Australian history with the voyages of James Cook and Matthew Flinders. Geelong Gallery, Little Malop Street, Geelong 3220 - T. 5229 3645...information>>
Weekend Fuel Reduction Burns Near Anglesea
Weekend Fuel Reduction Burns Near AngleseaFriday 18 March, 2005
Communities in parts of the Otways can expect to see smoke this Sunday, 20 March, as a result of fuel reduction burning near Anglesea. Otways Fire Management Officer, Damian Kerr said forest areas around Anglesea are one of DSE's priority areas and Sunday's burns are designed to protect private properties by reducing forest fuel loads. A 150-hectare burn will be conducted in the Flaxbourne Road area of Flaxbourne West Reserve, north east of Anglesea...story>>
Great Ocean Road Roadworks
Great Ocean Road leaving AngleseaReport as at Friday 18 March 2005 for period 19/3/05 - 25/03/05
There are roadworks at Grassy Creek, Kennett River to Skenes Creek (Works may be undertaken at several locations at a time between these two locations), between Grey River and Kennett River, from Wild Dog Creek to Marriners Lookout Road (East of Apollo Bay) and on the inland route of the Beech Forest Road happening over the next 6 days. For more information click here>>
Fuel Reduction Burn along Great Ocean Road
Fuel Reduction Burn along Great Ocean RoadMonday 21 March, 2005
The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) advises that a fuel reduction burn is planned for Eastern View on the Great Ocean Road west of Anglesea tomorrow (Tuesday 22 March). The 300-hectare burn is designed to protect private property by reducing fuel loads. Smoke will be visible to surrounding residents and people driving along the Great Ocean Road. DSE, Parks Victoria and the CFA are combining resources to conduct the burn and crews will patrol it over the next few days...story>>
WWI Captured in Colour
2 April until 29 May 2005
Most people are familiar with the First World War through the grey tones of black and white photographs and jerky film footage. Most will be surprised to learn that colour photography existed at that time. The Australian War Memorial Travelling Exhibition Captured in colour: rare photographs from the First World War will be exhibited at the Geelong Gallery from 2 April until 29 May. This exhibition brings together a selection of stunning colour images by French and Australian photographers...story>>
Work to begin on new Triplet Falls walking track
Tuesday 22 March 2005
The Triplet Falls closure date has been changed to March 29 next week not the 23rd as previously advised - As part of the Victorian Government's $14 million New Future for the Otways Tourism Initiative, work will begin shortly on the new walking track at Triplet Falls, one of the Otway's most stunning waterfalls. The new works include the construction of 50 metres of custom designed, elevated, steel walkways, six elevated steel lookout platforms and 220 metres of low-level...story>>
The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Shuttle Bus
March 22, 2005
Surfing aficionados can now take advantage of a shuttle service to get them to and from the Rip Curl Pro men's and SPC Fruit Pro women's World Championship events at Bells Beach this Easter. The Rip Curl Pro shuttle will run a continuous circuit between Torquay/Jan Juc and Bells Beach across the Easter weekend - Friday to Monday - of the event, starting from Good Friday, 24 March 2005...story>>
Fuel Reduction Burn North of Anglesea
Tuesday 22 March, 2005
The Department of Sustainability and Environment advises that a fuel reduction burn will be conducted north of Anglesea today, (Tuesday 22 March). The 365-hectare forest burn, approximately six kilometres north of Anglesea, is in the Gum Flats Road and Forest Road areas. Conditions permitting, the burn will be ignited around 2.30pm and will continue over the next two to three days...story>>
Young Guns win wildcard berths at Bells Beach
Tuesday 22 March 2005
YOUNG guns Ben Dunn (Old Bar, NSW, Australia) and Jean de Silva (San Francisco do Sul, Brazil) upset a stellar field to win the remaining two wildcard berths into this year’s Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach, dominating the Elastomax 2 Trials at Gunnamatta Beach. Earlier in the day 2003 Amateur World Junior Champion Jessi Miley-Dyer (Bronte, NSW, Australia) held out rising star Stephanie Gilmore (Kingscliff, NSW, Australia) to seal a spot in the SPC Fruit Pro women’s World Championship Tour (WCT) event at Bells Beach...story>>
No Action at Bell's Beach Today
The Rip Curl Pro 2005Tuesday 22 March 2005
The Rip Curl Pro has been postponed for today due to moderate onshore SE winds and a small easterly wind swell, granting the surfing gents of the ASP a sleep-in pass for the first day of the waiting period. The next call on conditions will be made at 7am tomorrow (Wednesday). One of the Foster’s Men’s Tour surfers who came down to check the obviously undesirable conditions at dawn was Byron Bay’s Daniel Wills, who was lamenting...story>>
Fishing Tackle the invisible menace
Tuesday 22 March, 2005
The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) is concerned about a recent spate of reports of birds being entangled in fishing line. According to DSE Horsham Flora and Fauna Officer, Nathan MacDonald, the reports have again raised concern over improper disposal of fishing tackle. Mr MacDonald explained that most modern fishing tackle, particularly fishing line, is durable and can persist in the...story>>
Bells remains in dry dock
The Rip Curl Pro 2005Wednesday 23 March 2005
CONTINUING strong onshore winds and virtually no swell have led to the Rip Curl Pro and SPC Fruit Pro being postponed for the second day of the event waiting period. Similar conditions are expected early tomorrow, though a bump in the swell together with winds swinging into a more favourable NW direction, are forecast for later in the day. A large contingent of the Top 45...story>>
White Wash - Surfers Art Exhibition
Big Red Dog by Phil HayesThursday 24 March 2005
MORE than 30 artists connected by the love of art and surf have come together to present the Whitewash exhibition this Easter. The exhibition of more 120 works, most of which are for sale, will be held at Surfworld, Torquay on March 25 and 26. The White Wash exhibition is multi-media experience, reflected by the many styles on show, which includes photography, painting, drawing, digital art, siIk screening, and painted surfboards...story>>
The Shoot Out Geelong
The Shoot Out Geelong - 24 Hour Film Making Festival24 Hour Film Making Festival
Date: Easter weekend 25 – 27 March 2005
The Shoot Out Geelong returns for an exciting second year and will again challenge competitors from across Australia to test the steel of their nerve, the brilliance of their speed, and the sharpness of their edge, by making a film in just 24 hours! Young filmmakers, musicians, and actors are now invited to take part in The Shoot Out, to be held over the long Easter weekend in Geelong...story>>
Rip Curl Pro Bells Postponed, SPC Womens on Standby
Thursday 24 March 2005
THE Rip Curl Pro has again been postponed today, but the SPC Fruit Pro is on standby for a 12 noon decision on round one competition. Though winds remain strong onshore, a new swell direction is producing some lines at Bells this morning. Organisers are hoping the swell will build as forecast, allowing the girls to hit the juice around lunchtime. Dependant on conditions, there is a possibility we may get underway at Rincon or Winkipop. With the Rip Curl Pro always...story>>
New Look Surf Coast Tourism Board
New Look Surf Coast Tourism Board24 March 2005
Surf Coast Tourism has a new look Board, with acting chairperson, Lorne's Dee Stewart, confirmed in the role until July 2005. "It will be a busy time for Surf Coast Tourism over the next few months and we felt the new Board members needed time to get to know each other and how they operate." Dee said. "During this crucial period some continuity is needed while work begins on the Surf Coast Tourism Four Year Strategic Plan...story>>
Council Commits To G21
G2125 March 2005
Colac Otway Shire Council has agreed to extend its membership with G21 for a further two years indicating that support from member groups would be of continued benefit to the region. G21 is a regional body covering municipalities and key agencies in the region covering the Borough of Queenscliffe, City of Greater Geelong, Colac Otway Shire, Golden Plains Shire and Surf Coast Shire.Council agreed at its March 2004 meeting to join G21 for a one year period with a commitment to a further three years if it was demonstrated that the alliance was not "Geelong centric"...story>>
Down to business in the SPC Fruit Pro
Good Friday, March 25th, 2005
CONTINUING onshore winds have brought up some 2-3’+ swell at Bells and we’re down to business in the SPC Fruit Pro this morning. Despite the wind, the wave faces are surprising clean, with some well workable sections. The Rip Curl Pro, the second event of the Foster’s Men’s World Tour, thas been cancelled for the day. The first round of the SPC Fruit Pro, the long-awaited return of women’s WCT surfing to Bells after a three-year absense...story>>
Beachley Sets the Pace in the SPC Fruit Pro
Layne Beachley (AUS)Good Friday, March 25th, 2005
SIX-TIMES world champion Layne Beachley (AUS) continued her quest to claim an unrivalled seventh world title today with a blitzing performance in the opening rounds of the SPC Fruit Pro at Bells Beach. With impressive wave selection and high-speed commitment to manoeuvres in testing onshore 2-4’ conditions, the sport’s most visible and accomplished ambassador went on with her winning ways. Competition finally got underway...story>>
Travel conditions on the Great Ocean Road over Easter
Great Ocean Road leaving AngleseaReport as at THURSDAY 24 March 2005 for period 25/3/05 -1/4/05
Motorists are advised that roadwork on the Great Ocean Road will cease over the four-day Easter long weekend, with work at most sites creasing at midday Thursday 24 March to accommodate the expected increase in traffic along the route. However VicRoads would like to remind motorists that reduced speed limits...story>>
The SPC Fruit Pro at Winkipop
Fine weather and good crowds at Bells Beach8.00am, Easter Saturday, March 26th, 2005
AFTER completing an all-day schedule that took us through three rounds of the SPC Fruit Pro yesterday, the ASP girls are back to work over at Winkipop this morning with the quarterfinals scheduled to begin at 8.15am. We’ve survived a week-long barrage of hostile onshore winds, and little swell under often moody skies, but this morning has dawned crisp and clear with clean offshore winds. Unfortunately, somebody forgot to tell the swell...story>>
Mulanovich Bounces Back to Win the SPC Fruit Pro
Sofia MulanovichEaster Saturday, March 26th, 2005
The apple of Peru’s eye, reigning ASP Women’s World Champion Sofia Mulanovich, has bounced straight back from a humiliating season opener to claim victory in the SPC Fruit Pro in clean 2-3’ waves at Bells today. Flexing her trademark power at breakneck speed, Mulanovich convincingly defeated Australian veteran Serena Brooke, to return to her championship form and ring the revered Bells trophy. Brooke started strongly in the 35 minute final...story>>
Rip Curl Pro on Standby at Bells
7.30am, Easter Sunday, March 27th, 2005
The Rip Curl Pro remains on standby at Bells this Easter Sunday morning, conditions again flat with the low tide, but hopes remaining for a kick in the swell later today. There will be another call at 11am. There are some lines out there, but it is currently way too small to be contestable. Maybe it's wishful thinking after almost a week of becalmed ocean, but it does look to have risen slightly since dawn. The winds are north-west, and predicted to swing to the south-west later today by meteorologist Ben Matson...story>>
Rip Curl Pro Postponed at Bells
Easter Sunday, March 27th, 2005
ORGANISERS have postponed the Rip Curl Pro at Bells declaring Easter Sunday an official lay day after the incoming tide filled in the slight swell lines that were evident earlier this morning. The Top 45 of the Foster’s Men’s World Tour had assembled in the Bells car park at 6am awaiting a report from Contest Director Damien Hardman who drove west down to Johanna way hunting waves before dawn. Unfortunately, conditions down there were small and the wind was tending onshore. The Rip Curl Pro was then placed on hold until 11am, hoping for a bump in the swell, but the wait was in vain...story>>
Rip Curl Pro Again on Standby at Bells
8.45am, Easter Monday, March 28th, 2005
The Rip Curl Pro remains on standby at Bells this Monday morning, awaiting a 10am call for the Foster’s Men’s World Tour competitors. Swell conditions remain small, with winds moderate onshore from the south-east, but it is hoped the incoming tide might favour a kick-off to the event. Contest Director Damien Hardman and Event Director Max Wells are currently in conference with Rip Curl founder Doug Warbrick, and company executives Neil Ridgway and Steve Kay, discussing options as we come into the seventh day of the 11-day waiting period without a heat of the Rip Curl Pro having yet been surfed...story>>
Rip Curl Pro Moves to Phillip Island
10.15am, Easter Monday, March 28th, 2005
IN the face of continuing small swell and forecast onshore winds at Bells Beach, the Rip Curl Pro is re-locating to Phillip Island on Victoriia’s east coast. The Foster’s Men’s World Tour Top 45 and Rip Curl wild cards met in the c ompetitor’s area at Bells at midday today, and after lengthy discussions, it was decided that the event will re-convene for a start at Woolamai Beach on Phillip Island at 7am tomorrow morning. Event organisers have had trusted scouts checking conditions all day today on Phillip Island, as well as west along the Great Ocean Road at Johanna. Phillip Island is considered the best option...story>>
Crowded House drummer found dead in park
Paul Hester found dead08:02 AEDT Mon Mar 28 2005
Crowded House drummer Paul Hester has been found dead in a park in Melbourne. Split Enz and Crowded House fan clubs President, Peter Green, says Paul Hester took his own life after a battle with depression. Hester, 46, the father of two young girls, failed to return home from walking his two dogs on Saturday night, Sydney's Daily Telegraph newspaper said. It said police found his body on Sunday in Elsternwick Park near his home. Police said there were no suspicious circumstances...story>>
Small Town Improvement Program Supported
March 29, 2005
Colac Otway Shire Councillors have commended a program that enables residents of small communities to have input into infrastructure development. For the past six years the Shire has provided a Small Town Improvement Program (STIP) budget which has been allocated to specific infrastructure projects within its small towns. Since 2003 Council has sought advice from progress associations or action groups as to the allocation of the program budget. To be eligible, projects must result from a township master plan and be of a priority to the community. The projects and funding allocations are then managed and implemented by Council...story>>
Rip Curl Pro Search Proves Successful
Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
AFTER hitting the road yesterday in the true spirit of Rip Curl’s famed ‘Search’ theme, the Foster’s Men’s World Tour competitors arrived at Phillip Island’s Woolamai Beach before dawn this morning to find solid 3-4’+ waves fanned by offshore winds. After a weeklong wait for waves, the Rip Curl Pro is finally on! Round one of heat one started at 7.30am. It is the first time in the prestigious event’s 33-year history that not a single heat of the Rip Curl Pro...story>>
Cyclists down on the Mad Mile
Ambulance from Anglesea attends accident scene.Tuesday 29 March 2005
TWO Torquay cyclists suffered painful cuts and bruising after falling from their bikes on the Great Ocean Road near Anglesea on Saturday morning. They were on the last leg of their morning ride to Lorne and back when one rider's front tyre hit some small stones on the roadside causing him to cut into the path of a fellow cyclist. "I slowed down when I saw a flash of chromed metal and riders falling onto the road" said a witness at the scene of the accident. "It was a real mess" "It was really quite nasty and had the potential to be a lot more serious. I borrowed my daughters mobile and phoned 000...story>>
Boost for Local Businesses
March 29, 2005
Colac Otway Shire Council and Regional Development Victoria (RDV) are joining forces to support the growth of local small and medium-sized businesses, by hosting a subsidised business planning program during the months of April and May. The funding has come about as a result of the Colac Otway Shire Leap Into Business in Colac Otway StreetLife project, which is jointly funded by the Victorian Government StreetLife program, Colac Otway Shire, Otways Tourism & Apollo Bay Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. The program will be conducted by Business Development Network (BDN), which has run similar programs throughout Victoria for the past eight years...story>>
Students celebrate Walking School Bus
Walking School Bus logoMarch 30, 2005
AIREYS Inlet students are this week celebrating the success of an energetic, safe and social way to get to school via a bus that is powered by legs not pistons, and driven by parent volunteers. On Tuesday Shire project co-ordinator, Amanda May, presented participation certificates to all 25 children who have joined the walking school bus as it winds through the coastal streets en route to and from the primary school...story>>
Clean Conditions at Rip Curl Pro
7.15 AM, Wednesay, March 30th, 2005
AFTER finishing at sunset last night, Rip Curl Pro competitors were straight back to work at Phillip Island’s Woolamai Beach at 7am this morning in clean 1-2.5’ (0.5-1m) waves. Continuing the race to make up for a week of no competition back at Bells Beach, organisers will be pushing to finish rounds two and three today, with round four on standby. One of today’s exciting match-ups pits USA’s forever-rising...story>>
A Long and Entertaining Day at the Rip Curl Pro
Kelly Slater7.30pm, Wednesday, March 30th, 2005
IT took 21 heats from an exhaustive schedule that was one of the longest days in pro surfing history, but in a sensational result Australia’s Gold Coast rookie Bede Durbidge has bumped former six-times world champion Kelly Slater from the Rip Curl Pro at Phillip Island’s Woolamai Beach. It was a day when the higher seeds otherwise generally ruled the roost. The rookie and the master fought what ending up being a controversial exchange...story>>
The Rip Curl Pro begins before the Dawn
6.45am, Thursday, March 31st, 2005
IT’S a rare day when a Foster’s Men’s World Tour event starts before dawn, but that’s exactly what we did this morning at Phillip Island’s Woolamai Beach as the first heat of round four of the Rip Curl Pro took to the water at 6.30am. The swell has maintained at 1-2’+ (0.5-0.75m), perhaps dropping just marginally, but conditions remain thoroughly contestable with more clean conditions under clear skies. We’re looking at a mid-morning low tide, and as long as that doesn’t affect the swell too much, we could be heading all the way to the final today...story>>
Unstoppable Munro Irons the Rip Curl Pro
Trent Munro5.00 PM, Thursday, March 31st, 2005
WITH brilliant form that repeatedly defied comprehension, Aussie power nugget Trent Munro blew all contenders from the Woolamai Beach waves to win today’s final of the Rip Curl Pro. Before taking reigning world champion Andy Irons in the 35-minute final, Munro was like a steaming locomotive, racking up nine point rides right throughout the day to end up with not only the revered Bells trophy, but the best wave score and aggregate heat score of the event. Racing time and tide, the swell beleaguered Rip Curl Pro finally got to its final day on Phillip Island today...story>>
Visitor Information Centre opens in Winchelsea
March 31, 2005
YESTERDAY, Winchelsea's historic 1894 free library building enters a new era, providing visitors to the region with the latest information on where to stay, dine, play and visit. Speaking at the opening of the Winchelsea Visitor Information Centre earlier today, Surf Coast mayor, Cr Keith Grossman, said the new VIC would give visitors a fascinating entrée into the region's delights, including its wineries, historic mansions, eateries, accommodation houses and natural attractions like the tranquil Barwon River...story>>
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