THE Portland Tigers have held on for a nail-biting win against a resilient Gorae-Portland side on the weekend. The Go-Ports clawed their way back into the contest after trailing by just 18 runs at the end of the first innings … Continue reading
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COMPETITORS in yesterday’s Mouth 2 Mouth 7km run take off from Narrawong Beach. Dozens of people competed in the 14km, 7km and 3km courses while many more enjoyed the carnival at the Narrawong Recreation Reserve. Pictures from the event can be seen in Monday’s Portland Observer and results and story will appear in Wednesday’s Portland Observer.
ADDITIONAL manpower has been committed to the beleaguered West Portland Sewerage Scheme project to ensure it is completed by May. The project is well behind previous completion dates given by Wannon Water, with the water authority understood to be facing … Continue reading →
MORE Australians will soon hear about Portland’s iconic cable tram thanks to a new $12,000 marketing campaign. Portland Cable Trams (PCT) received the good news from Premier Denis Napthine last week that their application to Regional Development Victoria had been … Continue reading →
THE Henty Hwy (Ring Rd) was closed for just under five hours yesterday after a woodchip truck overturned near the Port of Portland. Leading Senior Constable Andrew Payne of Portland police Highway Patrol said the truck overturned at … Continue reading →
THE Portland Tigers have held on for a nail-biting win against a resilient Gorae-Portland side on the weekend. The Go-Ports clawed their way back into the contest after trailing by just 18 runs at the end of the first innings … Continue reading →
PORTLAND suffered a surprise loss to Terang in Terang in round 12 of the Country Basketball League South West conference on Saturday night. Portland would have gone in the game relatively confidently after beating Terang by 20 points at Portland … Continue reading →
THE Portland Croquet Club held its annual competition last week which was greeted with a strong and healthy competition across the four days of play at the Portland Botanical Gardens. Thirty competitors emerged from all parts of the country to participate … Continue reading →
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