Police and Emergencies
LORNE Football Club has revived its junior program with the club set to field a full complement of teams in 2014.
A COLAC district farming family has been on an emotional “roller coaster” since more than half their dairy cattle died from a freak toxic reaction.
A COLAC police sergeant says the city’s new security cameras are already helping authorities avert conflicts on the streets.
COLAC doctors from the Philippines have spoken of their distress at seeing Super Typhoon Haiyan devastate their home country.
POLICE say a Saudi Arabian man was on the wrong side of the road when his car and a four-wheel drive collided in the Otways.
COLAC detectives have tracked down an alleged gun thief through his attempts to offload coins stolen in the same burglary.
COLAC’S Richard and Jenny Van Niekerk feel blessed the Philippine children they have been helping to support for more than five years are safe following a natural disaster that has killed thousands.
COLAC district mum Rachel Amos-Ritchie feared her nine-month-old baby girl, blue and unconscious, had died in a car crash at Barongarook.
POLICE have thanked two surf lifesavers at an Apollo Bay ceremony for their heroic attempts to save a drowning man.
AN OTWAYS resident says there’ll be “blood on someone’s hands” if tourists continue to stop in the middle of the road to pat koalas.