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A DIGITAL marketing strategy will be developed at a cost of $60,000 to promote Glenelg Shire tourism locally and internationally. On Friday the state government announced a $45,000 contribution to develop the strategy, which will focus on using social media to lure a greater number of east-Asian visitors looking for a unique eco-tourism experience. Premier Denis Napthine said a successful digital tourism strategy could help increase Glenelg Shire tourism between five and 10 times. “This is resplendent and rich with … Continue reading →
FOR many it will be the first time overseas and for others it will be the first time on a plane when 22 Portland Secondary College students fly to Indonesia on Friday on exchange. The trip will be full of … Continue reading →
THE Portland community celebrated World Environment Day on Wednesday by planting 1000 grasses and shrubs on Nuns’ Beach. Students and teachers from Bayview College and Portland Primary School joined representatives from Pacific Hydro, Glenelg Shire Council, Portland Aluminium, Seawinds Nursery … Continue reading →
IT may have been a touch darker than expected, but a large crowd still turned up for the Easter ecumenical dawn service at 6.30am yesterday on the Ploughed Field. Uniting Church minister Reverend Denise Naish held the service, delivering the … Continue reading →
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