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Huddled into the hills of Lovely Banks, with a scenic outlook to Corio Bay, Geelong Baptist College offers Foundation to Year 12 students a secure learning environment, enhanced by the enriching experiences gained from being within shared campus grounds of nearly 14 hectares blessed by natural beauty.

My Business: There’s a lotta luck at Target Lotto

The store has been owned by husband and wife, Carlo and Christine Addamo, for 17 years, with daughter Loretta as the manager for the...

My Business: A company that steers you right

Cannon Motors was founded in January this year at Hoppers Crossing but is carrying a decade’s-old legacy behind it as the company’s automative roots...

My Business: Active Audiology listens to customers

In a world where large corporations are gobbling up smaller businesses, Active Audiology in Altona is proudly flying the flag for independence, refusing to...

IN FOCUS: Dental care for the community

Doctor Rashi Gupta, a dentist for more than 18 years, says that taking care of the oral health needs of any community is vital.

IN FOCUS: More than just Child’s Play

Owned and operated for the past five years by Sam and Ian Johnson, Child’s Play Tarneit (formerly Kool Kidz) is one of the few long daycare centres in the Tarneit area that received an “Exceeding” rating from the Department of Education in 2016. And the centre has just been given another ‘Exceeding’ rating again this month, an achievement to be proud of.

My business: Werribee Open Day gives sneak peak into animal hospital

The redeveloped U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital and University of Melbourne veterinary campus will open to the public on Sunday, October 20. The open day will...

My Business: Hotel520 welcomes new head chef Peter Serrano

Hotel520 is serving up some delicious new changes with the appointment of new head chef Peter Serrano. Peter is well known around the area as...

IN FOCUS: Take the sting out of tax time

Wayne Nurse has recently set up an office in the Point Cook Business Centre, ready to bring his mobile tax service to Melbourne’s west. He’s a chartered tax advisor who applied his credentials working for an international tax firm when he first started out, and for the past 19 years Wayne has been running his own tax advisor company.

IN FOCUS: Dental care for the community

Doctor Rashi Gupta, a dentist for more than 18 years, says that taking care of the oral health needs of any community is vital.

IN FOCUS: Excellence the lesson at Point Cook

Since starting with 100 students in 2008, Point Cook Senior Secondary College has grown and flourished to become a high-quality school for years 10 to 12, with more than 850 students now enrolled.

IN FOCUS: A great space for the best of care

Demand for dementia care continues to increase each year, but the managing director of Manor Court Aged Care, Ross Smith, believes dedicated building design and dementia-related care have failed to keep pace with growth.

IN FOCUS: Mobile midwife a gift for new mums

New parents are exposed to an enormous amount of information through pregnancy, birth and beyond. With family and friends offering advice with the best of intentions and the internet providing limitless content based on popular search topics, it’s easy to see how parents can become overwhelmed and confused.

IN FOCUS: Business smarts and a winning ethos

Simon Jones & Co in Werribee is far from your average accounting firm. Far from being a crew of mere bookkeepers, Simon and his team have forged a reputation as business start-up specialists – and they want to see businesses bloom.

IN FOCUS: Top dentistry coupled with big smiles

Quattro Dental has a strong claim to uniqueness – the clinic is run by twin brothers married to sisters, all of them highly qualified dentists.


Crews called to Boundary Road home

Fire Rescue Victoria responded to reports of smoke issuing from a house on Boundary Road, Tarneit on Saturday, July 2. Crews arrived on scene...