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More services to be delivered to Geelong and Waurn Ponds
Railway Technology
The Government of Victoria in Australia has allocated A$131m ($96.8m) in order to provide more train services to Geelong and South West Victoria, as well as for new services in the future. The funds are from its 2016-17 state budget and they will help ...
2016/05/06 22:41201605062241
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Yahoo7 News
Man fatally struck by bobcat at Geelong worksite
Yahoo7 News
Police are investigating the workplace death of a man struck by a bobcat at a Geelong skip hire company. The worker, believed to be in his late 20s, suffered fatal head injuries when he was run over by an earthmover in the suburb of Grovedale, about ...
2016/05/06 14:51201605061451
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The Age
Man dies after being hit by an earthmover in Geelong
The Age
A man in his late 20s has died after he was struck by an earthmover in Geelong. Paramedics were called to an address in Grovedale, south of the CBD, about 10.50am on Friday. It's understood the man was killed in an industrial workplace. A man has died ...
2016/05/06 15:41201605061541
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Bush 'n Beach Fishing mag (press release)
Demands to rethink super trawler regulations
Bush 'n Beach Fishing mag (press release)
The NSW Fisheries Minister has called for for the Federal Government to review the management of the super trawler Geelong Star in consultation with rec fishers. This is a good start BUT if we don't protect our Small Pelagic Fishery from all massive ...
2016/05/05 13:51201605051351
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The Weekly Review
A new Geelong cafe is introducing us to the delights of Filipino cuisine
The Weekly Review
In a first for Geelong, San Mateo cafe is introducing us to the delights of Filipino cuisine. Nestled in the former French Corner cafe premises, the recently opened eatery is the dream come true for owners Michelle and Dante Gallardo. After working in ...
2016/05/05 10:11201605051011
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Pair arrested over million-dollar crime spree Rob McLennan / 05 May 2016
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Police have recovered almost $1 million worth of stolen property during a raid on a Geelong hotel room. Officers swooped on the room on Tuesday, arresting a man and woman who are now facing more than 50 charges each. The allegations relate to ...
2016/05/05 17:51201605051751
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Geelong's water storages have dropped below 33 percent, despite this week's heavy rain.
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Surf Coast towns, including Lorne and Apollo Bay, were moved to Stage Three water restrictions just over one week ago. Geelong is on permanent water saving rules despite the pipeline from Melbourne being switched on for the first time last month.
2016/05/05 15:31201605051531
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The Weekly Review
A Geelong snowboarder, who represents Australia, is back from taking on the world
The Weekly Review
Geelong's Mollie Fernandez is taking the world by snowstorm. The 17-year-old snowboarder has competed in the US, Canada, China, Slovenia, Norway and New Zealand. She has a string of national podium finishes to her name and frequently represents ...
2016/05/05 14:51201605051451
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The Weekly Review
Latte art is being introduced to the East Geelong cafe scene
The Weekly Review
Barista Katie Sleep has seen the pinnacle of latte art and can't wait to introduce it to the East Geelong cafe scene. She's been mildly obsessed with recreating the detailed unicorn design since she saw it recently on her favourite coffee blog, Coffee ...
2016/05/05 91:120160505911
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Busted! Wrong car leads police to burglary suspect Rob McLennan / 05 May 2016
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However police it was found to contain a large amount of property that had been stolen from across the Geelong region. They say the items appeared to have been taken from shops, cars and during burglaries on homes over the past day or two.
2016/05/05 14:51201605051451
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Eastern Hub Geelong opening
The Weekly Review
More than 150 guests attended the Eastern Hub Geelong opening night to celebrate the purpose-built community centre. The hub was officially opened by Member for Geelong Christine Couzens and Karingal chair Rod Payne, in the company of many other ...
2016/05/05 11:11201605051111
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What's On TV
John and Paige get closer to learning his true identity
What's On TV
WK 19 Neigh John Doe Paige Smith 01. Will a photo that Paige finds help unlock John's identity? Paige and John arrive in Geelong to look for clues about his past. Meanwhile,. WK 19 Neigh John Doe Paige Smith 02. Paige and John arrive in Geelong to look ...
2016/05/05 30:120160505301
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Links 5 May 2016
MacroBusiness (blog)
HOMES in Geelong are now less affordable than those in New York, Tokyo and Dublin, according to an international survey of housing affordability. Geelong's property market was classified "severely unaffordable" in the Demographia International Housing ...
2016/05/05 12:01201605051201
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Rebecca McDonald / 04 May 2016
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Geelong taxis will be exempt from a $10 peak hour booking fee being proposed by the Essential Services Commission. The ESC has made the recommendation for Melbourne after a review into the taxi industry in Victoria. However, a $3.40 late night fee on ...
2016/05/05 14:11201605051411
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The Australian Women's Weekly
Man attacks boy in primary school toilets
The Australian Women's Weekly
A boy has dramatically escaped harm by punching his would-attacker when he was grabbed in the toilet block of his Geelong primary school. The boy was going to the toilets at Mandama Primary School in Grovedale, near Geelong, at about 2pm on Monday ...
2016/05/04 90:120160504901
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STEVE SALO: The Back to Back Theatre Portraits
ArtsHub (subscription)
For one night only, on Friday 6 May as part of Geelong After Dark, Metropolis Gallery will exhibit The Back to Back Theatre Portraits, a unique collaboration between Geelong painter Steve Salo and Back to Back Theatre. Meet Steve and preview completed ...
2016/05/04 10:120160504101
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The Age
Police seek witnesses after man grabs boy in primary school toilets at Grovedale
The Age
A boy has told police of how he fled from a hooded man who grabbed his arm in the toilets of a Geelong primary school. Police were informed after the student told teachers how he was grabbed on the arm by a man in the toilets of Mandama Primary School ...
2016/05/07 00:120160507001
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NEWS.com.au
Ford posts $162 million loss for 2015 after 11 years of straight decline, but the sales turnaround has started
NEWS.com.au
FORD Australia has posted its fifth year in a row of massive financial losses - $162.2 million for the 2015 calendar year -- as it prepares to shut its Broadmeadows and Geelong factories on October 7. It brings Ford's total losses to $1.05 billion for ...
2016/05/03 19:21201605031921
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State Emergency Crews have been kept busy across Victoria as the wild weather hits.
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State Emergency Crews have been kept busy across Victoria as the wild weather hits. Local crews have also been called to jobs in the Geelong region, including downed trees and building damage. Wind gusts of 109km/hr have been recorded at Aireys Inlet, ...
2016/05/04 10:51201605041051
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Music Feeds
Karnivool Announce More Headlining Tour Dates
Music Feeds
It'll encompass both regional and metro dates, kicking off with a stop in Canberra, followed by Newcastle, Wollongong, Sydney, Toowoomba, Brisbane, Geelong, Thornbury and Hobart. What's more, the 'Vool will be road testing some of the new material off ...
2016/05/03 12:31201605031231
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Multi-million dollar face-lift for city's busiest corner Rob McLennan / 03 May 2016
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A giant video screen will be installed at Geelong's busiest intersection as part of a multi-million-dollar facelift for one of the city's most well-known buildings. Work is underway on a complete rebuild of the face of 83 Moorabool Street, on the ...
2016/05/03 17:21201605031721
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VicRoads: help us fix deadly highway Rob McLennan / 03 May 2016
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VicRoads South West Regional Director Mark Koliba said the organisation is aware of the challenges of the Geelong - Bacchus Marsh Road. "There have been far too many crashes, particularly on the 12 kilometre section between Little River Ripley Road ...
2016/05/03 14:51201605031451
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Sky Wheel could stay until 2019
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The operator of Geelong's giant Sky Wheel wants to keep lighting up the waterfront for years to come. He has applied to the City of Greater Geelong to keep the Ferris Wheel at Eastern Beach every summer until at least 2019. The wheel has been operating ...
2016/05/03 12:31201605031231
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Forget Big Wednesday, it's Titanic Tuesday! Rob McLennan / 03 May 2016
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Winds of up to 96 km/h have been recorded on some parts of the Surf Coast as Geelong braces for two days of wild winds and monster waves. The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting gale force winds will generate wave heights of more than seven metres in ...
2016/05/03 21:51201605032151
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Council finds $1.7m in savings - report
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A meeting this week will decide whether the City of Greater Geelong administrator will take up the sacked council's push for an exemption from the state's rate cap. The former council had applied to the Essential Services Commission to lift rates by 3 ...
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Storms see out our second-driest April Rob McLennan / 02 May 2016
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Geelong may have just come through one of the warmest and driest Aprils on record, but the start of May has brought an abrupt end to the unseasonally sunny conditions. Temperatures across the region over the past month have been, on average, two ...
2016/05/02 14:31201605021431
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Sydney Morning Herald
National Trust scores big in NSW; talks focus on the Western District
Sydney Morning Herald
Gardening writer Christine Reid and photographer Simon Griffiths will also home in on the Western District in their illustrated lecture on the gardens of the area at the Geelong Gallery (Little Malop Street, Geelong) on Friday, May 6. Their ...
2016/04/30 02:120160430021
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The Weekly Review
Free Geelong property investment seminar
The Weekly Review
Leading Geelong real estate agent Ray White is holding a free seminar for people interested in investment property on Thursday, May 4, between 6pm and 8.30pm. The seminar, titled "Learn the secrets of creating wealth through property investment", will ...
2016/04/29 13:31201604291331
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Geelong lady cutting her long,...
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My favourite place in the Geelong region is: The Grand Lakes Lara. After moving back to Geelong (and in the last year back to Lara) I spend most afternoons walking the dog around the new Lake Land area and I'm enjoying watch the park land develop.
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Indiana Jones and the Marble Staircase?
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It sounds like a plot to an Indiana Jones movie but a major dig could soon be underway in Geelong's Johnstone Park, as archeologists try to uncover a rumoured marble staircase. The stairs are said to be close to Geringhap Street and once served as an ...
2016/04/29 90:120160429901
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Anzac light show closes this weekend
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ANZAC images that are currently being projected onto Geelong City Hall will be switched off this weekend. They stunning program has been running each night since Geelong's pre-dawn service in Johnstone Park on Monday. The projections were originally ...
2016/04/29 10:01201604291001
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Learner rider caught speeding in Victoria
Yahoo7 News
A learner motorcycle rider has had his bike confiscated in Victoria for allegedly speeding at more than 50km/h above the limit. Police say they clocked the bike at 137km/h in an 80km/h zone in Geelong on Thursday afternoon. The rider, 37, immediately ...
2016/04/28 20:21201604282021
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ArtsHub (subscription)
Geelong stakes its claim as an arts destination
ArtsHub (subscription)
Geelong has a strong industrial past but it is set to have an even stronger future as a creative city. 'We are developing a culture that gives artists the opportunity to challenge themselves, with the inspiration point of extreme arts,' said Kaz Paton ...
2016/04/28 14:41201604281441
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The Weekly Review
Digital Editions
The Weekly Review
The Weekly Review is a free premium lifestyle magazine that celebrates the best of Melbourne and Geelong with all it has to offer. Now with 9 editions across Melbourne and Geelong the weekly magazine features a stable of some of Australia's most ...
2016/04/26 16:51201604261651
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The Weekly Review
80 kilometre extreme art walk through bush to river
The Weekly Review
"In creating Mountain to Mouth, Wadawurrung elders and elders of indigenous groups resident in Geelong have generously given their guidance and continue to work with us on creating this contemporary songline [it follows a path that has been mapped ...
2016/04/28 14:41201604281441
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Katos criticizes state budget
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While the state government talks up its state budget the opposition is doing its best to tear it down. Treasurer Tim Pallas' latest effoprt has received a generally positive response although the Geelong Chamber of Commerce says it would have liked to ...
2016/05/01 00:120160501001
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Guilty plea over Geelong orphan abuse
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St Augustines mackillop.org.au 2 A former Christian Brother who abused children at a Geelong orphanage has admitted to a dozen charges of indecently assaulting young boys. William Stuart Houston worked at St Augustine's in the 1960's. He left the ...
2016/04/28 21:41201604282141
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The Weekly Review
Geelong teenager's sights set firmly on the Olympics
The Weekly Review
Athletics runs in Mia's family, with her mum an accomplished junior athlete in Geelong, while her sister Olivia is a promising pole vaulter, finishing second in the under-15 event at the nationals. Mia says having her family at meets is one of her ...
2016/04/28 94:120160428941
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Geelong: your State Budget breakdown
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$107m will be spent on the construction of the Drysdale Bypass, while there is also money for planning the duplication of Barwon Heads Road between Geelong and Armstrong Creek, as well as for planning the extention of the Geelong Ring Road to the ...
2016/04/27 15:51201604271551
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White Rabbit releases barrel aged beer
The Shout
It has an ABV of 4.9 per cent and is available on tap at White Rabbit's new Barrel Hall in Geelong, along with a select number of venues in Victoria including Ballarat's Hop Temple and multiple locations in Melbourne such as Glamorama and Transport Hotel.
2016/04/27 11:01201604271101
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MKR winners Tasia and Gracia
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My favourite place in the Geelong region is: The Grand Lakes Lara. After moving back to Geelong (and in the last year back to Lara) I spend most afternoons walking the dog around the new Lake Land area and I'm enjoying watch the park land develop.
2016/04/27 10:21201604271021
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Meet your surgeon: the da Vinci X1 robot Rob McLennan / 27 April 2016
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The hospital's General Manager, Janine Haigh, sais the da Vinci X1 will provide patients from the Greater Geelong and Barwon areas access to the latest technology without the need to travel long distances. Doctors at Geelong Private have completed ...
2016/04/27 15:51201604271551
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Budget bonus for local schools
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Money is expected to flow into Geelong schools when the Victorian Budget is unveiled today. Millions-of-dollars will be injected into Matthew Flinders Secondary College, Belmont High, Oberon High as well as Whittington and Manifold Heights primary ...
2016/04/27 12:01201604271201
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The Weekly Review
Digital Editions
The Weekly Review
Now with 9 editions across Melbourne and Geelong the weekly magazine features a stable of some of Australia's most talented and best-known writers who will cover topics ranging from culture and design to food and wine, as well as interviews with ...
2016/04/26 16:51201604261651
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Wedding fears as Beach House restaurant closes Rob McLennan / 26 April 2016
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Staff were initially told the venue would be closing for a week while the owners took a break but a later email advised them the restaurant was shutting up shop "indefintely", according to the Geelong Advertiser. The email reportedly told staff the ...
2016/04/28 10:51201604281051
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Call for hands at Target HQ
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The Geelong-based retailer's new boss, Guy Russo, is still refusing to say how many jobs will be axed when the retailer, which was born in Geelong, shifts its national headquarters to Melbourne. Most predictions put the number of positions lost to be ...
2016/04/22 10:21201604221021
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Dead-end driver jailed
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acco3 A Geelong man has been jailed over a collision that saw the car he was driving become airborne over railway tracks before slamming into a wall. Gordon Frank James John Bell was sentenced on Thursday over the 2012 crash which saw his vehicle go ...
2016/04/22 14:120160422141
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SPECIAL REPORT: PROJECT CARGO - Big rig raises eyebrows off Geelong
http://www.lloydslistaustralia.com.au/ (subscription) (blog)
IN DECEMBER last year, a giant structure appeared in the waters of southern Port Phillip Bay, near the Bellarine Peninsula and the regional city of Geelong. The structure was so vast it could be.
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The Weekly Review
The Geelong walls coming to life everywhere you look
The Weekly Review
The Geelong-born Mona Loretta Miller spent almost two decades performing with world-famous magician Dante (Harry Jansen). She was working as a showgirl in Melbourne when Dante toured Australia in 1933 and joined his company as an assistant.
2016/04/21 10:21201604211021
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The Age
Man dies after being hit by an earthmover in Geelong
The Age
A man in his late 20s has died after he was struck by an earthmover in Geelong. Paramedics were called to an address in Grovedale, south of the CBD, about 10.50am on Friday. It's understood the man was killed in an industrial workplace. A man has died ...
Man fatally struck by bobcat at Geelong worksiteYahoo7 News
2016/05/06 15:41201605061541
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More services to be delivered to Geelong and Waurn Ponds
Railway Technology
The Government of Victoria in Australia has allocated A$131m ($96.8m) in order to provide more train services to Geelong and South West Victoria, as well as for new services in the future. The funds are from its 2016-17 state budget and they will help ...
2016/05/06 22:41201605062241
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The Weekly Review
A new Geelong cafe is introducing us to the delights of Filipino cuisine
The Weekly Review
In a first for Geelong, San Mateo cafe is introducing us to the delights of Filipino cuisine. Nestled in the former French Corner cafe premises, the recently opened eatery is the dream come true for owners Michelle and Dante Gallardo. After working in ...
2016/05/05 10:11201605051011
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The Weekly Review
A Geelong snowboarder, who represents Australia, is back from taking on the world
The Weekly Review
Geelong's Mollie Fernandez is taking the world by snowstorm. The 17-year-old snowboarder has competed in the US, Canada, China, Slovenia, Norway and New Zealand. She has a string of national podium finishes to her name and frequently represents ...
2016/05/05 14:51201605051451
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ABC Online
Geelong Mayor Darryn Lyons and other councillors intimidated, bullied staff: report
ABC Online
Geelong's colourful mayor Darryn Lyons intimidated and abused staff, and created a "climate of fear and anxiety", according to a scathing report tabled in Victoria's Parliament that has exposed a culture of bullying and dysfunction within the city's ...
Fresh elections for Geelong next yearThe Age
Darryn Lyons and 'dysfunctional' Geelong council to be sackedThe Guardian
Geelong Mayor Darryn Lyons' fall from grace. Picture: Nigel HallettNEWS.com.au
Daily Mail -The Australian Financial Review -Business Insider Australia
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State Emergency Crews have been kept busy across Victoria as the wild weather hits.
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State Emergency Crews have been kept busy across Victoria as the wild weather hits. Local crews have also been called to jobs in the Geelong region, including downed trees and building damage. Wind gusts of 109km/hr have been recorded at Aireys Inlet, ...
2016/05/04 10:51201605041051
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Rebecca McDonald / 04 May 2016
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Geelong taxis will be exempt from a $10 peak hour booking fee being proposed by the Essential Services Commission. The ESC has made the recommendation for Melbourne after a review into the taxi industry in Victoria. However, a $3.40 late night fee on ...
2016/05/05 14:11201605051411
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The Weekly Review
Latte art is being introduced to the East Geelong cafe scene
The Weekly Review
Barista Katie Sleep has seen the pinnacle of latte art and can't wait to introduce it to the East Geelong cafe scene. She's been mildly obsessed with recreating the detailed unicorn design since she saw it recently on her favourite coffee blog, Coffee ...
2016/05/05 91:120160505911
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Bay 93.9
Geelong's water storages have dropped below 33 percent, despite this week's heavy rain.
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Surf Coast towns, including Lorne and Apollo Bay, were moved to Stage Three water restrictions just over one week ago. Geelong is on permanent water saving rules despite the pipeline from Melbourne being switched on for the first time last month.
2016/05/05 15:31201605051531
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ABC Online
Geelong councillor backs Victorian Government's planned sackings, citing 'deep-seated' problems
ABC Online
"The Government will try to talk sense into the Liberal Party and the Greens in particular, to make sure that they are comfortable to support the Government's actions, totally consistent with recommendations, to see the Geelong Council removed," said ...
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2016/05/05 16:11201605051611
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NEWS.com.au
Target will relocate its Geelong headquarters, cutting jobs
NEWS.com.au
With about 900 people currently employed at the Geelong hub, ABC reports Target has confirmed it will axe between 130 and 180 jobs. Hundreds more are expected to be moved from Geelong. Wesfarmer's department stores division chief Guy Russo told ...
Target's Geelong HQ Shuts Down: More Than 190 People Left JoblessAustralia Network News
Geelong not viable for Target: RussoYahoo7 News
Target to cut up to 180 jobs as it closes Geelong headquartersRetail Week
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2016/04/24 21:21201604242121
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NEWS.com.au
Geelong boy Pheonix Werner's death highlights the deadly scourge of deodorant huffing
NEWS.com.au
As the family of a 14-year-old Geelong boy now know, deodorant inhaling, or "huffing", is a concerning problem among teens. On Friday night, high school student Pheonix Werner was found dead at a Geelong home where police say he had been huffing ...
Pheonix Werner, 14, dies in Geelong after inhaling deodorant as a 'cheap high'Daily Mail
[Shocking] Deo of Death: Geelong Teen Dies After Inhaling Cheap DeodorantAustralia Network News
Victorian schoolboy dies after suspected deodorant 'huffing'Ten Eyewitness News
2016/04/22 21:11201604222111
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NEWS.com.au
Geelong West primary school bans hugging in favour of caution
NEWS.com.au
St Patricks Primary School principal John Grant said "nothing in particular" had caused the ban on hugging at the Geelong West school. "But in this current day and age we are really conscious about protecting kids and teaching them from a young age ...
Victorian primary school principal slams claims about 'hugging ban'Yahoo7 News
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Australian primary school bans their students from huggingNewstalk 106-108 fm
Australia Network News -The Educator
2016/04/18 11:11201604181111
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ArtsHub (subscription)
Geelong stakes its claim as an arts destination
ArtsHub (subscription)
Geelong has a strong industrial past but it is set to have an even stronger future as a creative city. 'We are developing a culture that gives artists the opportunity to challenge themselves, with the inspiration point of extreme arts,' said Kaz Paton ...
80 kilometre extreme art walk through bush to riverThe Weekly Review
2016/04/28 14:41201604281441
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The Australian Financial Review
Thailand's Supalai ties up $200m project in Geelong
The Australian Financial Review
Heavyweight Thai developer Supalai has taken a half stake in a $200 million residential project near Geelong, as it looks to diversify further into the Australian market. The Bangkok-listed player, with a $1.5 billion asset base, has bought a 50 per ...
2016/05/05 00:120160505001
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Eastern Hub Geelong opening
The Weekly Review
More than 150 guests attended the Eastern Hub Geelong opening night to celebrate the purpose-built community centre. The hub was officially opened by Member for Geelong Christine Couzens and Karingal chair Rod Payne, in the company of many other ...
2016/05/05 11:11201605051111
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Racing.com
Geelong - Did You See...
Racing.com
Nolen's partnership with Peter Moody generated 32 Group 1s and more than 700 winners in one of the most prolific pairings in Australian racing history. It's certainly not in that category just yet, but the 'Kent for Nolen' combo has been nigh-on bullet ...
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The Age
More claims on Geelong Powerball 14's disputed lottery winnings
The Age
The Powerball 14 - the group of Geelong Toll workers who claim they have been diddled out of a jackpot - has now grown to 16. Two more men, former Toll employee John Dimasi and colleague Brendon Clark, are making a claim on the $16.6 million jackpot ...
2016/05/01 22:11201605012211
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Bay 93.9
Sky Wheel could stay until 2019
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The operator of Geelong's giant Sky Wheel wants to keep lighting up the waterfront for years to come. He has applied to the City of Greater Geelong to keep the Ferris Wheel at Eastern Beach every summer until at least 2019. The wheel has been operating ...
2016/05/03 12:31201605031231
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Bay 93.9
Geelong: your State Budget breakdown
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$107m will be spent on the construction of the Drysdale Bypass, while there is also money for planning the duplication of Barwon Heads Road between Geelong and Armstrong Creek, as well as for planning the extention of the Geelong Ring Road to the ...
2016/04/27 15:51201604271551
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The Weekly Review
Free Geelong property investment seminar
The Weekly Review
Leading Geelong real estate agent Ray White is holding a free seminar for people interested in investment property on Thursday, May 4, between 6pm and 8.30pm. The seminar, titled "Learn the secrets of creating wealth through property investment", will ...
2016/04/29 13:31201604291331
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9news.com.au
Daniel O'Keeffe laid to rest at a funeral in Geelong
Daily Mail
Sergeant Forehan said 'opinions differ' on whether the November 2011 sighting of Daniel at a medical clinic in Queensland was really him. The family had searched Australia far and wide, including in Western Australia and the Northern Territory ...
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Funeral for missing Vic man Dan O Keeffe - Yahoo7Yahoo7 News
2016/05/06 00:120160506001
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NEWS.com.au
Police rule out foul play in death of Rose Ryan after body found in home
NEWS.com.au
The Geelong Advertiser reports paramedics were called to Ms Ryan's house about 11.40am Monday after receiving reports of a cardiac arrest. That was before the blood stains were found on the phone, which have remained unexplained. The neighbours told ...
2016/04/21 13:21201604211321
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Factory fire "not suspicious"
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A weekend warehouse fire at South Geelong that prompted a CFA "advice" alert was not deliberately lit. CFA crews were called to Palmers' Plaster in Birkett Place just before midnight on Saturday. An alert was issued due to the amount of smoke generated ...
2016/05/03 22:31201605032231
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Racing.com
Three To Watch - Geelong
Racing.com
She finished third in a maiden at this track behind Street Cry progeny Iron Boss and Tally, before fair runs in each of the Ethereal and Wakeful Stakes, but finished well back in the Oaks. Another Street Cry product could be her downfall again on ...
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Australia Network News
Geelong church lost in suspicious fire
NEWS.com.au
A Geelong church has been destroyed in a suspected arson attack. Fire services were called to the blaze at Geelong West Presbyterian Church in Pakington Street just after 4.30am on Friday but they were unable to save the building. The fire is being ...
Presbyterian Church Fire 'Suspicious:' Geelong West Residents Ordered to Stay inAustralia Network News
2016/05/04 23:120160504231
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Geelong lady cutting her long,...
Bay 93.9
My favourite place in the Geelong region is: The Grand Lakes Lara. After moving back to Geelong (and in the last year back to Lara) I spend most afternoons walking the dog around the new Lake Land area and I'm enjoying watch the park land develop.
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Geelong jobs in limbo as Target moves HQ
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Up to 900 jobs at Target's Geelong headquarters are in limbo after the retailer flagged plans to close its Geelong centre and relocate to Melbourne. Senior management on Thursday told workers at its Geelong headquarters that the centre will be ...
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Wesfarmers chief says job cuts at Target wont be hugeThe Australian Financial Review
2016/05/06 18:51201605061851
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Multi-million dollar face-lift for city's busiest corner Rob McLennan / 03 May 2016
Bay 93.9
A giant video screen will be installed at Geelong's busiest intersection as part of a multi-million-dollar facelift for one of the city's most well-known buildings. Work is underway on a complete rebuild of the face of 83 Moorabool Street, on the ...
2016/05/03 17:21201605031721
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Ten Eyewitness News
A damning report filled with foul language and allegations of bullying prompts the downfall of Geelong Council and ...
Ten Eyewitness News
National News Geelong council sacked. National News Geelong council sacked. You're watching National News Geelong council sacked A damning report filled with foul language and allegations of bullying prompts the downfall of Geelong Council and ...
2016/05/07 24:120160507241
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Geelong Advertiser
The Cats team of the forgotten era
Geelong Advertiser
Reg Morrison came home from England, Sam Boyd joined up from North Geelong, premiership speedster Jim Julien answered the call, Harry Steedman bounced back from a long illness and together they joined a core of Geelong Football Club players on the ...
2016/05/02 12:51201605021251
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Geelong Advertiser
List blitz tells tale of two teams
Geelong Advertiser
The Gold Coast captain and his team were given a 120-point football lesson by Geelong, showing how quickly one side can regenerate and also how another can slide. Rewind to Round 14, 2014, when the Suns turned around a seven-point halftime deficit to ...
2016/05/02 10:51201605021051
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The Guardian
Dangerfield, like Ablett before, shows that a sense of 'home' transcends football
The Guardian
I am at Kardinia Park, on The Terrace at the city end, standing with J. Dunne, Dips O'Donnell and David Fordyce (who all love the Geelong Football Club). It's a warm night, we ... way of playing footy. How we remember his role in the rise and rise of ...
2016/05/02 91:120160502911
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Geelong Advertiser
The awkward question on women's footy
Geelong Advertiser
When the question was asked about how deep the elite talent ran in Geelong for women's football, the answer the Cats got back was intriguing. "It has been explained to us that if you got the best 200 players in Australia and put them on a whiteboard ...
2016/05/01 15:21201605011521
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Geelong Advertiser
New Cats on the block
Geelong Advertiser
Geelong Football Club has formally applied for a licence into the new AFL women's league, citing elite facilities, ability to deliver and booming growth in a high-powered pitch to league bosses. The Cats are confident they have mounted a compelling ...
2016/04/30 13:51201604301351
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Geelong Advertiser
Footy boss comes to town
Geelong Advertiser
Mr Langley said the support of AFL Barwon, Geelong District Football League, enduring sponsors Kempe and Bendigo Bank, the Geelong Cats and headspace had been central to its success. Coodabeen Champion Ian Cover and former Cats skipper ...
2016/05/05 00:120160505001
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Weekly Times Now
Geelong Cats, Essendon Bombers players with hearts in the bush
Weekly Times Now
Essendon's Martin Gleeson and Darcy Parish and Geelong's Lachie Henderson and Lincoln McCarthy are at different stages of their AFL careers, but can all trace their beginnings back to the country. They are gearing up for the inaugural "Country Game ...
2016/05/04 00:120160504001
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Fox Sports
The 'Geelong problem' Chris Scott can't fix
Fox Sports
The Cats have a -17 free kick differential after the opening two rounds of 2016, the worst ratio in the AFL. Saturday's game against GWS was ... That's not an umpiring problem, that's a Geelong Football Club problem." Joel Selwood screams at the umpire.
2016/04/26 00:120160426001
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Fox Sports
Lebronomy: Danger, Buddy worth more than flag
Fox Sports
Dangerfield's impact on the Geelong Football Club, like Buddy's on the Swans, isn't simply about bringing home the premiership bacon. The most extraordinary fact to emerge about the Geelong-Dangerfield union wasn't his 43 disposals or the prospect of ...
2016/04/24 00:120160424001
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AFL.com.au
Second club, first class
AFL.com.au
Dangerfield has been front and centre of anything and everything to do with the Geelong Football Club in 2016. Membership? Tick. Merchandising? Tick. And naturally on the front page of the Geelong edition of the AFL Record for his debut game for the Cats.
2016/04/18 00:120160418001
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Geelong Advertiser
Why Cats love to put on the style
Geelong Advertiser
Chris Scott sees playing the Geelong way as something of a mandate in his role as coach. "I speak for Geelong and no one else but we're aiming to play attractive football," Scott said on AFL 360 last week. "We think we actually have an obligation to ...
2016/04/18 00:120160418001
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Geelong Advertiser
Special guest lines up for VFL
Geelong Advertiser
Geelong'S VFL players can expect a "once in a lifetime" experience when they line up with Cats captain Joel Selwood on Friday night. Selwood, returning from an injury-interrupted ... Gary Ablett and Joel Selwood at the AFL Captains' Day this week ...
2016/04/24 00:120160424001
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Fox Sports
Former Cat lands at local Essendon side
Fox Sports
Corey retired at the end of 2013, bringing to a close a career which saw him play 276 AFL games with the Cats, win two club best-and-fairests and be twice be named an All-Australian. The midfielder went on play 10 games with Geelong Football League ...
2016/04/22 00:120160422001
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Geelong Great Remembered
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The football community, while shocked and in mourning, is remembering him as a much-loved person and player who always had a ready smile. The Cats confirmed the news on Saturday afternoon, calling Couch "an icon" and "a friend to all who knew him ...
2016/04/19 00:120160419001
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Geelong Advertiser
Couch death rocks Geelong
Geelong Advertiser
He'll be greatly missed and we'll celebrate his memory obviously." Cats CEO Brian Cook released a club statement just before the Cats took the field in Shepparton today. "Paul Couch was an icon of the Geelong Football Club and a friend to all who knew ...
2016/04/18 00:120160418001
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The Roar
Remembering Paul Couch, an AFL great
The Roar
When I think of Paul Couch I think of a great Geelong player, Brownlow medallist, country boy with an infectious smile, loved by all in the AFL community, loving husband and father of four. ... Sadly the siren sounded with the Cats falling by 6 points ...
2016/04/18 00:120160418001
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The Guardian
Geelong's Brownlow medal-winning AFL champion Paul Couch dies
The Guardian
Former Geelong AFL champion and 1989 Brownlow medalist Paul Couch has died at the age of 51. The Cats great died after coming off his bike on the Great Ocean Road in Marengo on Saturday morning, police confirmed. He had been cycling with friends.
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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The New Daily
Gone too soon: Cats champ with the cheeky grin
The New Daily
Our sincere condolences go out to his family from all the football community, which will greatly miss him." Geelong CEO Brian Cook also paid tribute to Couch's infectious personality. "Paul Couch was an icon of the Geelong Football Club and a friend to ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Fox Sports
Emotional tributes for Cats icon Couch
Fox Sports
Geelong chief executive Brian Cook said Couch was an "icon of the Geelong Football Club and a friend to all who knew him". The Cats will wear black armbands to honour Couch in this afternoon's NAB Challenge match against Essendon in Shepparton.
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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AFL.com.au
Vale Cats champion Paul Couch, 1964-2016
AFL.com.au
Our sincere condolences go out to his family from all the football community, which will greatly miss him." Couch was named on the interchange bench in the Geelong Team of the Century, selected in 2001. From Boggy Creek in Victoria's southwest district ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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9news.com.au
Tributes flow for Geelong Cats star Paul Couch after sudden death
9news.com.au
At today's NAB challenge in Shepparton, the Cats and Essendon players donned black armbands in Couch's honour. Current Geelong coach Chris Scott said his death been difficult to comprehend. "Couchy is only 51, he's a great of our football club, close ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Geelong star Paul Couch dies aged 51
Weekly Times Now
The Geelong Football Club and wider AFL community have been left in shock with the sudden death of Brownlow medallist Paul Couch, aged 51. The husband and father-of-four suffered an apparent heart attack while cycling with friends on the Great Ocean ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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9news.com.au
Geelong Cats star Paul Couch dies aged 51
9news.com.au
Geelong CEO Brian Cook said in a statement Couch was "an icon" of the club. "With a Brownlow Medal, three best and fairests and selection in the club's team of the century, Paul's record speaks for itself," Mr Cook said. "Paul was a critical player in ...
2016/04/27 00:120160427001
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Geelong star Paul Couch dies aged 51
The Australian (blog) (subscription)
The Geelong Football Club and wider AFL community have been left in shock with the sudden death of Brownlow medallist Paul Couch, aged 51. The husband and father-of-four suffered an apparent heart attack while cycling with friends on the Great Ocean ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Geelong AFL legend Paul Couch dies, aged 51
Radio Sport
... shortly before his old team were about to take on Essendon in the NAB Challenge in Shepparton. The Geelong Cats confirmed on Twitter that both sides would wear black armbands in honour of Couch during the game. Essendon Football Club tweeted just ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Geelong Advertiser
No regrets, great memories for the boy from Boggy Creek
Geelong Advertiser
PAUL Couch played in one of the unluckiest periods for the Geelong Football Club. It was nearly a ... He's still a keen Cats supporter and often travels to Melbourne to watch games he thinks might be closer than just seeing Geelong wallop the opposition.
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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The Australian (subscription)
Paul Couch: Geelong Cats AFL star dies aged 51
The Australian (subscription)
Geelong CEO Brian Cook said in a statement Couch was "an icon" of the club. "With a Brownlow Medal, three best and fairests and selection in the club's team of the century, Paul's record speaks for itself," Cook said. "Paul was a critical player in ...
2016/04/17 00:120160417001
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Fox Sports
'Always smiling': AFL world mourns Couch
Fox Sports
Geelong Cats (@GeelongCats) March 5, 2016. "It's a bit hard to comprehend and it's really raw at the ... AFL Chief Executive Gillon McLachlan passed on his deepest sympathy to the family, friends and former teammates of Couch -- a three-time best and ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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ABC Online
Paul Couch, former Geelong Football Club champion, dies aged 51
ABC Online
Geelong Football Club is in shock after 1989 Brownlow medallist Paul Couch died suddenly while out riding his bike. Couch played more than 259 games for the Cats between 1985 and 1997, kicking 203 goals in his career. He appeared in four grand finals ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Sky News Australia
Geelong Cats legend Paul Couch dies aged 51
Sky News Australia
'Paul Couch was an icon of the Geelong Football Club and a friend to all who knew him,' CEO Brian Cook said. 'Paul was a critical player in returning the club to being a regular finals team and was a great big game performer. 'However, it was as a fun ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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SBS
Geelong star Paul Couch dies aged 51
SBS
The Geelong Football Club and wider AFL community have been left in shock with the sudden death of Brownlow medallist Paul Couch, aged 51. The husband and father-of-four suffered an apparent heart attack while cycling with friends on the Great Ocean ...
2016/05/07 00:220160507002
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Fox Sports
Another setback for Cat Mitch Clark
Fox Sports
Geelong officials have not put a timeline on when they expect him to return. "This is frustrating for Mitch and for the club, but we expect that he will continue to rehab the injury and be available early in the season," Cats football manager Steve ...
2016/05/01 00:120160501001
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The Age
AFL 2016: Top Cat giving Geelong a nudge along a successful path
The Age
Geelong Football Club, let it be remembered, is only one year younger than Melbourne, the oldest football club of its kind in the world. Geelong dates back to 1859. Geelong is one of the clubs campaigning for the AFL's premiership tally to include the ...
2016/04/29 00:120160429001
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AFL.com.au
Three new faces added to Cats' leaders
AFL.com.au
Meanwhile Geelong has decided to name the new stand being built in 2016 the Charles Brownlow stand. Cats' president Colin Carter told members at the club's season launch the name of the former football administrator and Geelong player was iconic.
2016/04/30 00:220160430002
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Geelong Advertiser
Cattery's new name is a bit of a mouthful
Geelong Advertiser
In what could become a mouthful for commentators, GMHBA Stadium sees the Geelong company swoop into the football market in a blow to NIB, one of the Geelong Football Club's six elite level sponsors. The Newcastle-based company will depart as a ...
2016/04/22 00:120160422001
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Fox Sports
Cattery's new name a bit of a mouthful
Fox Sports
The Cats will unveil stage four of the Kardinia Park stadium redevelopment early next season, with a new stand replacing the former Brownlow and Jennings stands. The stadium will also have its fifth different naming rights sponsor later in the ... In ...
2016/04/28 00:120160428001
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The Age
Geelong got 'carried away' with Mitch Clark in 2015
The Age
Geelong got "carried away" with their handling of troubled forward Mitch Clark last year, according to Cats football manager Steve Hocking. Clark, who has made no secret of his battle with depression and who also has an extensive history of serious ...
2016/04/22 00:120160422001
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The Age
Cats' stadium transformation to set up club for next 20 years
The Age
The Cats have rejected relocating their football department outside Geelong and have instead squeezed out their 100-machine gaming operation, Club Cats, to build a $20 million football facility more than doubling it in size. * The club looks certain to ...
2016/05/02 00:120160502001
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Geelong Advertiser
Cats fire up bid to join women's league
Geelong Advertiser
Geelong has formed a project group to oversee the club's bid, headed by media manager Kevin Diggerson and featuring AFL Barwon staff who specialise in women's football and growing the game. "AFL Barwon's core purpose is about getting greater ...
2016/05/01 00:120160501001
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