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Jack Rabbit Restaurant wins national award

Friday, 30 October 2015 Dear Editor Congratulations to Bellarine’s Jack Rabbit Vineyard Restaurant for being recognised as the 2015 Best People, Product and Place Tourism Restaurant in Australia. This is a great achievement for owners, Lyndsay and David Sharp and well deserved...
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Brae Restaurant wins again!

Friday, 30 October 2015 Dear Editor Congratulations to Birregurra’s Brae Restaurant for again being recognised as one of Australia’s best restaurants. Winning the coveted Regional Fine Dining category at the Restaurant and Catering National Awards for Excellence 2015 at Brisbane...
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Response to Weekly Times – “Ramsay fishing stance inflames”

Thursday, 29 October 2015 Dear Editor I refer to your article (The Weekly Times October 28, page 10) by Chris McLennan “Ramsay fishing stance inflames”. The article lurches into a head lining commentary of “going rogue” which is fine to excite readers but hardly related to the...
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Colac deserves a heavy vehicle bypass

Thursday, 29 October 2015 Member for Western Victoria Simon Ramsay has again called for a heavy vehicle bypass for Colac. Mr Ramsay said he has raised the issue of a heavy vehicle alternate route for Colac many times both publicly and in Parliament. “Calls from across the...
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Opion Piece – Act now to stem rising tide of drugs

VICTORIAN Police Commissioner Graham Ashton has confirmed Australia faces a new wave of dangerous synthetic drugs, the likes of which could rival the ice epidemic. Recently, I went to Bangkok to investigate the supply lines of illicit drugs through South-East Asia to Australia I...
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Praise to Bendigo Bank for security camera funding

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 Dear Editor Bendigo Bank’s decision to provide funding of more than $4,000 towards CCTV in Drysdale is commendable while the lack of any funds from the Andrews Government reflects yet another failure to support regional Victorian communities. I...
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