East Gippsland News
After three years of very tight seasons, you could be forgiven for taking a second, or even third glance, at the tall stands of feed at Lou and Rose Maher’s property near Perry Bridge.
“We’re just gobsmacked, the growth has been phenomenal after the last rains,” Rose said.
For an experiment Rose started
East Gippsland police will play a role in ensuring people donʼt congregate on the streets because of COVID-19.
To date, police report there have been no outstanding incidents to speak of.
Acting Superintendent Mark Edwards who oversees both the East Gippsland and Wellington Shire areas, said police would