Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Bits and pieces from the papers: Princes Pier and football results

'Princes Pier in Port Melbourne will be promoted as a space for multicultural groups to hold events or festivals in a bid to create a new tourism precinct and recognise the area's contribution to Victoria. The move comes after a push from Multicultural Affairs Minister Nick Kotsiras, who said the events would start by the end of the year after minor works that would cost well under $1 million. To read more of this article by Reid Sexton, click here ...
Port Melbourne defeated Bendigo 19.10.124 to 14.12.96. 'Gold led ... at 3/4 time. Scores were locked on 93 all in the 10th minute of the final term, but the Borough then slammed on 5 unanswered goals, which included 3 by Dean Galea.' [Nathan Dole, Bendigo Advertiser]

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