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  • Alcoa Anglesea Power Station Community Update | Surf Coast News | Surf Coast News
    Anglesea News Blogs Education Environment Estuaries Rivers Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code Advertisement News Headlines A Total Fire Ban Declared For Today Surf World International Surf Film Festival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 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 Video Buttons from ENCYCLOPEDIA of SURFING videos on Vimeo Photos on flick r Events Entertainment Sponsor Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor Local Beach Information Sponsor

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2012/04/26/alcoa-anglesea-power-station-community-update/ (2015-10-07)
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  • Surf Coast Shire, the place of wellbeing | | Surf Coast News
    the toxicity that was being unleashed from burning Anglesea coal Read More Filed in Anglesea News Blogs Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code Advertisement News Headlines A Total Fire Ban Declared For Today Surf World International Surf Film Festival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 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 Video Photos on flick r Events Entertainment Sponsor Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor Local Beach

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2012/03/25/surf-coast-shire-the-place-of-wellbeing/ (2015-10-07)
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  • | Great Ocean Properties Report - December 2011 | Surf Coast News
    eastern suburbs are rising as opportunists take advantage of a flatter market to upgrade At some stage on this downward interest rate trend the property investors will engage They have been waiting for the market to bottom and now their costs are reducing The volatility of the current share market holds little appeal and the cash they have been hoarding is now earning less due to reduced interest rates on deposits There will be continued negative sentiment from overseas but as they belong to the luckiest 22 million people in the world being an Australian they will realise our position in Asia seems pretty secure and anyone who wants a job seems to still have one It is difficult to predict levels of capital gain but the volume of sales will definitely increase Specifically for the Great Ocean Road market we are now in new territory The Geelong Ring Road has finally been completed to a stage that there are now no traffic lights between Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road It will be interesting to monitor what will occur but our predictions are these Anglesea Aireys Inlet and Lorne will benefit more than Torquay and the Bellarine Peninsula because the access is so direct The Otway hinterland and Apollo Bay will see more benefit when the later stages are complete with double lanes all the way to Winchelsea People who have existing lifestyle properties are likely to use them more often and therefore are less likely to sell and that will restrict supply There is greater justification for purchase of a lifestyle property because the perception at point of sale is that they the buyer will use the property frequently The ratio of people seeking to sell in Melbourne and move to the coast rather than just holiday will increase from historical levels Aireys Inlet is now a seamless 90 minutes from the CBD this is the equivalent of some outer suburbs of Melbourne Psychologically people considering the move do not feel that they would be isolated from their original community because of the ease of access We are already seeing this Flexible working arrangements via technology will allow people to live on the coast and commute only 2 3 days a week to the CBD or meetings in Melbourne generally We are already seeing this also Access is everything You only have to compare the difference between the Mornington Peninsula and the Surfcoast now For years the Mornington Peninsula enjoyed better access but now it has been loved to death as anyone who has driven from Melbourne to Portsea recently will tell you Until recently there were 30 sets of traffic lights to negotiate to get to the Great Ocean Road now there are none but the planning controls are also in place so that from the Bellbrae roundabout onwards the Great Ocean Road cannot over develop and therefore insuring its ongoing appeal A nice footnote to this report is the reopening of the Aireys Inlet Hotel or

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/12/16/great-ocean-properties-report-december-2011/ (2015-10-07)
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  • | Bede’s Blog: Slumps, Europe and the Forthcoming Pipe Masters | Surf Coast News
    at any time of my career They see through bullshit and they call it how it is I m talking about guys like Elko Gary Elkerton Wayne McKewen my shaper Nick my mentor at Mt Woodgee Dadee Taylor who helps with my coaching and Wes who helps with my training They quickly got me to understand some key things One was that form slumps are temporary If you re good enough they come to an end Every athlete has them The key is to learn from the experience and channel it It s so true There s been talk just about every year since I qualified for the tour about the changing of the guard It s never happened And then we ve had 2012 The current Top 10 is full of new faces except for the constant of Kelly of course Guys you never expect to see equal 17ths against their name such as Mick Parko and Taj are suddenly finding themselves in that space I m hardly alone in being challenged for a ranking in the upper echelon that I ve held onto for five years now I think the so called changing of the guard is more about the narrowing of the line than any other cliché that people might want to pin on what is happening right now By that I mean the narrowing of the line between winning and losing I ve been experiencing it all year and Europe was also a microcosm of it In France I had Gabriel Medina in Round 3 Ahead of Europe I d identified a subtle drop off in my aggression levels in early heats as a problem I pride myself on how I safeguard and use priority That s why I love the man on man format Those of you who follow my results closely will know I have a crap record in three man heats I like to keep it to just one guy you need to cross Having two rivals and no priority system doesn t bring out the best in me in the way the two man format does I don t stress about it but it means being on your guard and using priority well I was leading with about four minutes to go and with Gabriel needing a six plus which was actually going to be quite difficult in the conditions we were facing I let him slip onto what I thought was going to be a close out and he pulled a massive air and got his score He pretty much used that template from how he rode that wave to go all the way and even beat Kelly en route to a win But that was of little consolation to me I had learned the hard way that my aggression levels need to stay up I took that into Portugal and it helped immensely Against Mick when I scored the third 10 point ride of my career I knew as soon

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/12/06/bede%e2%80%99s-blog/ (2015-10-07)
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  • Sergeant Schultz, ‘I see nothing–NOTHING!’ | Surf Coast News
    ingestion of food to provide for all organisms their nutritional needs Read more Filed in Anglesea News Blogs News Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code 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 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 Video Photos on flick r Events Entertainment Sponsor Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/10/24/sergeant-schultz-%e2%80%98i-see-nothing%e2%80%93nothing%e2%80%99/ (2015-10-07)
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  • Anglesea Power Station and Victorian Government duty of care? | Surf Coast News
    Filed in Anglesea News Blogs Environment Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code 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 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 Video Photos on flick r Events Entertainment Sponsor Coastal Wildflowers Sponsor Local Beach Information Sponsor Administration Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/10/20/anglesea-power-station-and-victorian-government-duty-of-care/ (2015-10-07)
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  • Carcinogens, toxins & dangerous substances, its all 'safe' trust us! | Surf Coast News | Surf Coast News
    of emissions produced The Hazelwood Power Station has long been considered the dirtiest power plant Read more Filed in Anglesea News Blogs Environment Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code 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 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 Video Photos on flick r Events Entertainment

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/10/17/carcinogens-toxins-dangerous-substances-its-all-safe-trust-us/ (2015-10-07)
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  • Alcoa neighbour to Anglesea Primary School | Surf Coast News | Surf Coast News
    affect buildings and vegetation The specific effect of particles depends on their composition concentration and the presence of other pollutants such as acid forming gases Alcoa also emits Sulphur Dioxide SO2 and Nitrogen oxides NOx and other substances Read more Filed in Anglesea News Blogs Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Submit Comment CAPTCHA Code 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.surfcoastnews.com.au/2011/10/05/alcoa-neighbour-to-anglesea-primary-school/ (2015-10-07)
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