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ONE of Portland’s most impressive gardens will provide the setting for the “Cup Day Fever” fundraiser next week to help make dreams come true for deserving Portland children. Des and Nicki Hein’s garden, inKerrs Rd, has already been honoured with inclusion in the Open Gardens scheme. Now the garden and its picturesque lake will be appreciated by upwards of 200 guests supporting this Make-A-Wish Australia Portland Branch fundraiser. “It’s a nice way to let others appreciate the garden at a … Continue reading →
THE Portland Chickenfeed store could possibly be re-branded as Crazy Clark’s, or may even face closure over the coming weeks. The uncertain future of the Chickenfeed store has come about after the discount retailer’s parent company, Retail Adventures Proprietary Limited, … Continue reading →
THE planned visit of a cruise ship toPortlandin February has been thrown into disarray with news the ship’s operator, Classic International Cruises, has been placed into voluntary administration. It’s understood that passengers who booked cruises on the MV Athena in … Continue reading →
RUBBISH strewn about, along the length of the Lee Breakwater, has become such a problem that the Port of Portland might temporarily close the popular fishing spot to the public this summer in order to clean it up. Port chief … Continue reading →
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