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  • Surf Coast News | Surf Coast News
    Posted on December 27 2013 Comments Off Tomorrow Saturday 28 December 2013 has been declared a Total Fire Ban day for seven Victorian districts including Central District This means no fire can be lit in the open air from 00 01 hours on 28 December 2013 until 23 59 hours on 28 Tweet Keep Your Campfire Safe This Summer Posted on December 27 2013 Comments Off As families prepare for their summer camping trips a new video released by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries DEPI tells campers about the best ways to ensure your campfire is safe DEPI s Land and Fire Regional Tweet Aircranes Delilah and Malcolm Fly To Victoria For Summer Posted on December 27 2013 Comments Off Two powerful Aircranes dubbed Delilah and Malcolm have arrived to protect Victoria from the threat of grassfires and bushfires this summer Minister for Justice Michael Keenan said the Commonwealth s 14 million annual investment in aerial Tweet Kelly Slater Wins Billabong Pipe Masters Florence Takes Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Posted on December 15 2013 Comments Off BANZAI PIPELINE Oahu Hawaii Saturday December 14 2013 Kelly Slater USA 41 has won the Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons after a day of incredible 10 to 15 foot three to four metre waves at Pipeline defeating Tweet Mick Fanning Claims 2013 ASP World Title at Billabong Pipe Masters Posted on December 15 2013 Comments Off BANZAI PIPELINE Oahu Hawaii Saturday December 14 2013 Mick Fanning AUS 32 claimed his third ASP World Title today in epic conditions at the Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons The final event of the 2013 ASP World Tweet Torquay Boardriders Club Wins The Inaugural Victorian Round Of The Be The Influence Australian Boardriders Battle Posted on December 15 2013 Comments Off Cape Woolamai Victoria Saturday December 14 2013 Torquay Boardriders Club has continued its dominance of Victorian club surfing today with a win at the Be the Influence Australian Boardriders Battle at Cape Woolamai on Phillip Island With Tweet 2013 Rip Curl GromSearch National Champion To Be Decided At Coolum Beach Posted on December 15 2013 Comments Off Date 17 20 December 2013 The final event of the five stop Rip Curl GromSearch Australian series presented by POSCA will see the country s premier junior surfers converge on the beautiful shores of Coolum on Queensland s Sunshine Tweet Be FireReady This Summer Posted on December 10 2013 Comments Off Victoria is in one of the most fire prone areas in the world and the Surf Coast Otway region is not immune in fact it is a hot spot The last big bushfire to hit this region was the catastrophic Ash Wednesday Fires of 1983 when lives were Tweet Older Entries Advertisement News Archive Select Month January 2014 1 December 2013 26 November 2013 37 October 2013 47 September 2013 45 August 2013 26 July 2013 34 June 2013 59 May 2013 24 October 2012 17 September 2012 30 May

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  • - Surf Coast News paper.li | Surf Coast News
    Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor Local Beach Information Sponsor Administration Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Search Twitter Feed Pick up some rubbish this week and take a pic and trashyselfie to support the push for a 10c solution to this fb me 2AXSynz49 About 2 years ago from Surf Coast News s Twitter via Facebook Interesting development in harnessing the power of the ocean fb me 6lZd67O0X About

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  • Blogs - Surf Coast Daily News | Surf Coast News
    takes me longer to pack for Hawaii than anywhere else in the world About three hours most times actually But it s always the best hours of packing in your life No matter how many times you go there Sergeant Schultz I see nothing NOTHING As we all go about our daily lives we naturally breathe eat and are at the mercy of the elements life is a carcinogenic beach in Anglesea When we breathe our lungs inhale and exhale consecutively drawing oxygen from the air through the lungs while enduring that toxic cocktail emitted by Alcoa Anglesea Eating is Anglesea Power Station and Victorian Government duty of care Alcoa Anglesea Power Station must report to the Government the following hazardous and toxic and carcinogenic emission substances The table below summarises the substances emitted how dangerous they are and whether they cause health problems Read more Carcinogens toxins dangerous substances its all safe trust us Alcoa Anglesea Power Station is on the precipice of winning the unenviable title of being the Australian Champion Polluter of the environment with toxic and hazardous chemicals even beating Hazelwood A comparison of the emissions of each power station shows this and all we need to do is compare electricity capacity for the amount of Alcoa neighbour to Anglesea Primary School This information is obtained from the Australian Government They know Alcoa emits particulate matter PM10 and PM2 5 this affects humans and other animals in the same way These Particles are micrometers or less in diameter by way of comparison a human hair is about 100 micrometres so roughly 40 fine particles could be placed on Forty Million to the Anglesea community grant or sponsorship Repeated or prolonged exposure to moderate concentrations may cause inflammation of the respiratory tract wheezing and lung damage It has also proved to be harmful to the reproductive systems of experimental animals and caused developmental changes in their newborn Read more Anglesea River or sediment pond The Anglesea Community needs to be told truthfully what are all the chemicals discharged into the river and emitted into the air They need to be told how they affect health and wellbeing so as to be able to make informed decisions The decision to locate the Anglesea Primary School so close to an industrial Surf Coast public health risks MEDIA RELEASE Wednesday 31st August 2011 Concerned for our children Surf Coast parents convene forum on public health risks posed by expansion of Anglesea coal mine Anglesea Air Action will hold a public forum highlighting concerns about the health risks posed by the impending lease renewal of the Anglesea brown coal mine at the Anglesea Oh what a tangled web we weave Dangerous emissions are discharged in the dark of the night hazardous chemical emitted Arsenic Beryllium Cadmium Carbon monoxide Chlorine Chromium III Chromium VI and much more Which country does this occur Read more We need to be told the truth not spin Boron Thorium How do we get Alcoa to stop

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  • | Surf Coast News
    beating Hazelwood A comparison of the emissions of each Tweet Anglesea pristine entrance to the Great Ocean Road Posted on May 11 2012 0 Comment Anglesea by the sea the destination for families holiday makers home makers retirees wanting a sea change coastal vista kangaroos wildflowers sun and surf the healthy little hamlet which can be described as paradise But we have all Tweet Anglesea Power Station Fly ash health concerns Posted on April 29 2012 0 Comment Fly ash is one of the residues generated by Alcoa Anglesea Power Station during the combustion of coal and comprises the fine particles that rise and are emitted into the air The Alcoa Power Station has a yearly stack output of 400 000 kgs Tweet Alcoa Anglesea Power Station Community Update Posted on April 26 2012 0 Comment Anglesea Power Station releases radioactive materials into the community and environment If radiation emissions from Anglesea Power Station were regulated rather than self regulated their capital and operating costs would increase making Tweet Surf Coast Shire The Place of Wellbeing Posted on March 25 2012 0 Comment The Surf Coast Shire motto is The Place of Wellbeing With the near daily revelation of how environmentally toxic Anglesea is can it be said that the Surf Coast Shire is guilty of false advertising Perhaps years ago when Tweet Sergeant Schultz I see nothing NOTHING Posted on October 24 2011 0 Comment As we all go about our daily lives we naturally breathe eat and are at the mercy of the elements life is a carcinogenic beach in Anglesea When we breathe our lungs inhale and exhale consecutively drawing oxygen from the air through the Tweet Anglesea Power Station and Victorian Government duty of care Posted on October 20 2011 0 Comment Alcoa Anglesea Power Station must report to the Government the following hazardous and toxic and carcinogenic emission substances The table below summarises the substances emitted how dangerous they are and whether they cause health problems Tweet Carcinogens toxins dangerous substances its all safe trust us Posted on October 17 2011 0 Comment Alcoa Anglesea Power Station is on the precipice of winning the unenviable title of being the Australian Champion Polluter of the environment with toxic and hazardous chemicals even beating Hazelwood A comparison of the emissions of each Tweet Older Entries Advertisement News Headlines A Total Fire Ban Declared For Today Surf World International Surf Film Festival Screens January 2014 Low Key Alcohol Free Is Focus For Surf Coast New Year s Eve Celebrations Saturday Declared A Total Fire Ban Day Keep Your Campfire Safe This Summer Aircranes Delilah and Malcolm Fly To Victoria For Summer Kelly Slater Wins Billabong Pipe Masters Florence Takes Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Mick Fanning Claims 2013 ASP World Title at Billabong Pipe Masters Torquay Boardriders Club Wins The Inaugural Victorian Round Of The Be The Influence Australian Boardriders Battle 2013 Rip Curl GromSearch National Champion To Be Decided At Coolum Beach News Archive Select Month January

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  • | Surf Coast News
    2011 0 Comment The coastal property market could really not have had a better lead into the Christmas Summer period with two interest rate reductions by the Reserve Bank with the likelihood of more on the way When dealing with potential property Tweet Great Ocean Properties Report October 2011 Posted on October 27 2011 0 Comment An interesting thing is happening at our end of the Surfcoast we are getting more enquiry for permanent homes than we ever have We have been pondering this phenomenon and as usual we have a theory When people are relocating from Tweet Advertisement News Headlines A Total Fire Ban Declared For Today Surf World International Surf Film Festival Screens January 2014 Low Key Alcohol Free Is Focus For Surf Coast New Year s Eve Celebrations Saturday Declared A Total Fire Ban Day Keep Your Campfire Safe This Summer Aircranes Delilah and Malcolm Fly To Victoria For Summer Kelly Slater Wins Billabong Pipe Masters Florence Takes Vans Triple Crown of Surfing Mick Fanning Claims 2013 ASP World Title at Billabong Pipe Masters Torquay Boardriders Club Wins The Inaugural Victorian Round Of The Be The Influence Australian Boardriders Battle 2013 Rip Curl GromSearch National Champion To Be Decided At Coolum Beach News Archive Select Month January 2014 1 December 2013 26 November 2013 37 October 2013 47 September 2013 45 August 2013 26 July 2013 34 June 2013 59 May 2013 24 October 2012 17 September 2012 30 May 2012 5 April 2012 76 March 2012 100 February 2012 85 January 2012 79 December 2011 102 November 2011 55 October 2011 59 September 2011 22 August 2011 82 July 2011 47 June 2011 38 May 2011 50 April 2011 52 March 2011 46 February 2011 64 January 2011 61 December 2010 50 November 2010 74 October

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  • Surf Coast Walk | Surf Coast News
    are viewing decks and seats at selected spots along the walk The total walking distance is just under 30 kilometers but many more can be added if you are the adventurous kind and like to explore Location Map Stage 1 Jan Juc to Anglesea 16km 4hrs 30mins Jan Juc to Bells Beach 4km 1 hour Bells Beach to Point Addis 5km 1 75 hours Point Addis to Anglesea 7km 2 hours Stage 2 Explore the Anglesea Circuit Heathland Anglesea River Coogoorah Park Mt Ingoldsby Open Cut Coal Mine Stage 3 Anglesea to Aireys Inlet Boundary Road 10km 3 hours Pt Roadknight Hutt Gully Great Ocean Road Urquhart Bluff Aireys Inlet Stage 3 Aireys Inlet Boundary Road to Moggs Creek Split Point Lighthouse Painkalac Creek Fairhaven Aireys Inlet Boundary Road to Distillery Creek picnic area 2km 30 minutes Aireys Inlet Boundary Road to Moggs Creek picnic area 9km 1 20 hours Home Jan Juc Bells Beach Point Addis Anglesea Urquharts Bluff Aireys Inlet Moggs Creek Map Advertisement News Archive Select Month January 2014 1 December 2013 26 November 2013 37 October 2013 47 September 2013 45 August 2013 26 July 2013 34 June 2013 59 May 2013 24 October 2012 17 September 2012 30 May 2012 5 April 2012 76 March 2012 100 February 2012 85 January 2012 79 December 2011 102 November 2011 55 October 2011 59 September 2011 22 August 2011 82 July 2011 47 June 2011 38 May 2011 50 April 2011 52 March 2011 46 February 2011 64 January 2011 61 December 2010 50 November 2010 74 October 2010 69 September 2010 11 August 2010 1 July 2008 1 April 2007 1 March 2005 3 January 2005 2 August 2004 1 May 2004 1 September 2003 1 April 2003 4 February 2003 1 November 2002 4 October

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  • Jan Juc | Surf Coast News
    Juc Cliffs from which you can get a good lay of the land There is good parking facilities and an information board Last time I visited it was under repair and no information was being displayed This may have changed If you know please post a comment There are also a number of intresting information panels scattered along the top of the Jan Juc cliffs explaining how the coastline was formed in geological terms and information about the original inhabitants of the area This leg of the walk gently winds its way along the top of the cliffs through low wind sculptured vegetation and on to Winkipop and the Bells Beach Surfing Reserve At low tide you always have the option of doing this section of the walk along the beach and reef coastline Be aware that the cliffs are high and the access points can be difficult to climb up and down depending on your fitness Photo Gallery Home Jan Juc Bells Beach Point Addis Anglesea Urquharts Bluff Aireys Inlet Moggs Creek Map Advertisement News Archive Select Month January 2014 1 December 2013 26 November 2013 37 October 2013 47 September 2013 45 August 2013 26 July 2013 34 June 2013 59 May 2013 24 October 2012 17 September 2012 30 May 2012 5 April 2012 76 March 2012 100 February 2012 85 January 2012 79 December 2011 102 November 2011 55 October 2011 59 September 2011 22 August 2011 82 July 2011 47 June 2011 38 May 2011 50 April 2011 52 March 2011 46 February 2011 64 January 2011 61 December 2010 50 November 2010 74 October 2010 69 September 2010 11 August 2010 1 July 2008 1 April 2007 1 March 2005 3 January 2005 2 August 2004 1 May 2004 1 September 2003 1 April

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  • Bells Beach | Surf Coast News
    16km 4hrs 30mins Bells Beach Surfing Reserve Rip Curl Pro Habitat and wildlife Bells Beach to Point Addis 5km 1 30 hours Photo Gallery Map Bells Beach Surfing Reserve The home of Winkipop Bells Rincon and Southside All classic reef surf breaks Rip Curl Pro The Bells Beach Rip Curl Pro is held annually to coincide with the Easter Holidays waves permitting The Surfing Reserve is cordened off Habitat Wildlife content here Photo Gallery The Moods of Bells Becalmed Bealls Beach Sunrise at Bells Beach Winter storm hits Bells Beach Bells Beach Home Jan Juc Bells Beach Point Addis Anglesea Urquharts Bluff Aireys Inlet Moggs Creek Map Advertisement News Archive Select Month January 2014 1 December 2013 26 November 2013 37 October 2013 47 September 2013 45 August 2013 26 July 2013 34 June 2013 59 May 2013 24 October 2012 17 September 2012 30 May 2012 5 April 2012 76 March 2012 100 February 2012 85 January 2012 79 December 2011 102 November 2011 55 October 2011 59 September 2011 22 August 2011 82 July 2011 47 June 2011 38 May 2011 50 April 2011 52 March 2011 46 February 2011 64 January 2011 61 December 2010 50 November 2010 74 October 2010 69 September 2010 11 August 2010 1 July 2008 1 April 2007 1 March 2005 3 January 2005 2 August 2004 1 May 2004 1 September 2003 1 April 2003 4 February 2003 1 November 2002 4 October 2002 1 July 2002 1 October 1989 15 Photos on flick r Events Entertainment Sponsor Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor Local Beach Information Sponsor Administration Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Search Twitter Feed Pick up some rubbish this week and take a pic and trashyselfie to support the push for a 10c solution to this fb

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