Thursday Dec 5
Questions over Jetstar bring more pain for Geelong
SCOTT BEVAN: Well, the pain and uncertainty caused by a decline in manufacturing is something the Victorian city of Geelong knows all too well.
Thursday Dec 5
Geelong pair face trial for possessing child sex abuse material
Both men have been released on bail and are due to face trial in the County Court in January next year.
Thursday Dec 5
Tom Hawkins fans meet their hero at McDonald's Stawell
Tom Hawkins fans of all ages came out of the woodwork for a guest appearance by the Geelong Football Club player at Stawell McDonald's.
Thursday Dec 5
Shadow Play underway in Australia
Two meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday December 5, with Geelong racing in the afternoon and Nyah at Swan Hill in the evening.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Qantas to cut 1,000 jobs and report loss of up $300 million
Qantas plans to cut at least 1,000 jobs over the next year after reporting an expected pre-tax loss of up to $300 million in the first half of this financial year.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Reality TV star Darryn Lyons pictured with Australian prime minister Tony Abbott
It has been just two weeks since Darryn Lyons, a former celebrity photographer famous for pink hair and enhanced abs, was elected mayor of his hometown.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Avenue clinches victory to keep top eight place
AVENUE has clinched an important victory in its fight to maintain a place in the Ballarat-Geelong district premier bowls division at season's end.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Day Nine - Torquay to Geelong
The 2013 Great Victorian Bike Ride wrapped up this morning with an easy ride from Torquay to Geelong, taking in some of the beaches around the area before finishing at the showgrounds.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Plan to save 25,000 car workers
VICTORIA is pleading with the Federal Government to subsidise car makers for another decade and recommit $500 million Prime Minister Tony Abbott planned to cut.
Readers' Rigs: Custom And Light
Today's Readers' Rigs are a mixed pair from opposite sides of the world and completely different machines but both are special machines.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Ocean Grove Voice
Spotlight on club
THE cream of the crop of the world's elite lawn bowlers will converge on the Ocean Grove Bowling Club next month for an international series involving Australia and Malaysia.
New Findings from Deakin University Update Understanding of Economic Behavior and Organization
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Economics Week -- Current study results on Economic Behavior and Organization have been published.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Orchid symposium at Lake Fyans
The symposium, which will bring together orchid enthusiasts from around the country and overseas, will be held today and tomorrow at the holiday park.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Twilight prologue for Jayco Herald Sun Tour
The 61st Jayco Herald Sun Tour returns to the Australian cycling calendar in 2014 opening with a twilight prologue on Melbourne's Southbank Promenade.
Members sought for new ocean road tourism board
APPLICANTS for the new Great Ocean Road tourism board will need broad skills to lift the profile of a region extending from near Geelong to the South Australian border.
Celebrity photographer Darryn Lyons famed for his dyed Mohawk haircut ...
The pink-mohicaned Australian won the mayoral race in his hometown of Geelong today with a comfortable win taking 29.79 percent of the primary vote.
Geelong signs gun basketballer
Australian junior basketballer Michael Luxford has joined AFL powerhouse Geelong as a Category B rookie with virtually no football experience.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Darryn 'Mr Paparazzi' Lyons elected mayor of Geelong
Darryn Lyons, formerly a london based photographer known as 'Mr Paparazzi', has been elected mayor of Geelong, Victoria's second largest city.
White Ribbon Day: Bringing family violence into the light
EVERYONE knows about the power of the press - how, through words, the media in its many forms can persuade or dissuade decisions of importance, can be informative and can even spark debate.
Didak may be signed by GWS
Collingwood's former premiership star Alan Didak has emerged as a potential surprise recruit for Greater Western Sydney, which met with the forward over the weekend and is considering signing him as a delisted free agent.