Thursday, 21 February 2019
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Well-behaved for New Year

Well-behaved for New Year

Bairnsdale Police are reporting a well-behaved crowd on New Year’s Eve.Police were out in force in Bairnsdale and the Paynesville area, where a few thousand people enjoyed a band and watched the fire- works from the foreshore.Sergeant John Hodder, from Bairnsdale Police, said “it was an extremely quiet night, everyone was well behaved”.One female was arrested for being drunk early in the...
Metung Bakery reopens

Metung Bakery reopens

The Metung Bakery opened its doors yesterday following the devastating fires that tore through four businesses in the village last month.Lam Nguyen and his extended family have re-opened the bakery across the road from their previous business.The family has spent the last few weeks setting up the larger premises with new equipment.After a wait to have the power connected, AusNet connected the...
Parade provides more than just a festive feel

Parade provides more than just a festive feel

Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (BRHS) staff, volunteers, friends and family marked the festive season recently by participating in the Bairnsdale Christmas Parade.More than 50 people joined the parade with the theme of the float being ‘Thank you to our local community’.Each year BRHS receives thousands of dollars in donations from individuals and community groups. These funds go towards...
Services ramp up

Services ramp up

With the holiday season upon us, many will look forward to taking time off work and winding down while enjoying a well-deserved break.For emergency services personnel, they will be winding up and preparing for what’s expected to be a potentially precarious fire season.East Gippsland is considered particularly hazardous given its drought declaration and the fact the fire danger period started...
A Kennedy world first

A Kennedy world first

The largest project ever manufactured at Kennedy Trailers has proved a world-first solution in its capability to transport massive equipment.Officially known as ‘heavy haulage modular platforms with bookend sets’, the trailer was specifically designed and made by the Kennedy Trailers team at Bairnsdale to carry the base of wind towers weighing an impressive 82 tonnes and measuring six metres...
Project funding

Project funding

Six projects will receive funding via East Gippsland Shire’s 2018/19 Capital Discretionary Fund (CDF) following approval by council at its December 4 meeting.Each year, funding is allocated within the shire’s capital budget for the CDF for projects up to $25,000 so long as they are able to be capitalised and are able to demonstrate alignment with overarching principles set out in the Capital...

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