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Great island getaway

The Spirit of Tasmania is currently offering great deals for those who wish to enjoy the convenience of having their own car on their holiday

A great day for a run

The Fun Run for Local Kids has been hailed a success, with an increased number of entrants on last year's inaugural event.

Big bash for Louis

A TASTE of the Big Bash League came to Bundalaguah for a good cause on Sunday.

Blues hit town

CARLTON footballers visited Sale and Maffra this week as part of their AFL Community Camp

Fire brigade championships in pictures

IMAGES from the Eastern District Fire Brigade Championships, held at Maffra over the Australia Day weekend.

Goodison a sports star

TRIATHLETE Cameron Goodison has been named the Wellington Sports Star for 2013.

Assurances on V/Line rail services

I refer to David Crouch’s letter to the editor headed ‘Angst over rail’, (Gippsland Times 30/4).

Rail services are not satisfactory

Jodie Willis from the Committee for Wellington believes our train services are inadequate.

Investment in high speed rail crucial

Recent coverage of the Federal Government’s high speed rail study largely overlooked some crucial realities, according to Australasian Railways Association chairman Lindsay Tanner:

Power, rail and gay marriage

I must take up my pen to mark some comments about the letters to the editor (Gippsland Times  April 30/4).

We should not redefine marriage

I agree that we should show compassion to same-sex couples, but not by redefining marriage. 

Saleyards money could have been better spent

Where was the community consultation before the purchase of land in Hopkins Lane, Fulham, for new saleyards? 

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Fed Uni arts degree reversal

FEDERATION University has reversed its decision to scrap Arts degrees after backlash from staff and students. The visual arts course at the Churchill campus in...