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LOCAL angler Pete Fraser is sick and tired of seeing rubbish strewn along the Lee Breakwater, but he thinks it would be a “crying shame” if the Port of Portland closed the popular fishing spot, even temporarily, just to clean it up. Mr Fraser is proposing that like-minded locals have a meeting to try to see what can be done to stop the rubbish dumping. “I think we need to get together, because personally I am really stumped as to … Continue reading →
PORTLAND’S support for the neediest children ofCambodiawill continue, but not through the mechanism of KSEDO (Khmer Social Economic Development Organisation), the children’s home co-founded by young Portland woman Rebecca Lake. Ms Lake, 23, will take up a new role next … Continue reading →
CHILDREN’S health will be better monitored at Portland District Health thanks to new equipment bought with a donation by local police. Nearly $23,000 was donated from the Portland Police Social Club for five new mobile paediatric vital sign monitors, two … Continue reading →
A NEW education centre inPortlandwill provide 24 undergraduate medical and allied health students with clinical placements from January next year. The centre will be established at Dhauwurd-Wurrung Elderly and Community Health Service’s new facility at the former Lewis Court Home … Continue reading →
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