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Magazines : Our Place - Geelong Region Magazine 2011
2102960-GRM2004 Editor: Janet Bond Advertising manager: Christine Bell Editorial art director: Samantha Hamilton Advertising art director: Judy Long Photographic editor: Mike Dugdale Printed: Webstar Published: April 20, 2011 Our Place -- The Geelong Region Magazine is published by the Geelong Advertiser Group, 191-195 Ryrie St, Geelong 3220. ABN 59004090055 For advertising inquiries call 5227 4468 Cover image: Geordie Taylor and fiancee Charlotte Coote at Warrambeen. Photograph: Glenn Ferguson Full story page 28 8 Growth demands clever planning Heady mix of challenge and opportunity drives the region says G21 chief 10 The Borough of Queenscliffe: a profile 11 Classic destinations Seaside hamlets win starring roles in Villages of Victoria campaign 12 Tales of two families Seachangers and Queenscliff descendents reflect on their township 15 Saving lives Centre for infectious diseases primed to put Geelong on world medical map 16 On the superhighway It's exciting times in the information and communication technology sector. 19 Surf Coast Shire: a profile 20 Ocean view How to save our coast -- a word from passionate advocate Libby Mears 23 Different time, different place From manufacturing to research: powerful partnership fires new export 24 Research central Why Geelong is winning the hearts and minds of leading researchers 27 The Golden Plains Shire: a profile 28 Landed gently At home with farming entrepreneurs, Ian, Trish and Geordie Taylor 31 The City of Greater Geelong: a profile 32 The lure of affordable housing Promise of a better lifestyle and cheaper property attracts Melbourne buyers 35 Facing a bright future National trend-forecaster Bernard Salt reveals opportunities ahead 36 New suburb on the rise Build it and they will come -- Armstrong Creek has people buzzing Photographs: Phillip Stubbs CONTENTS
Breakaway Autumn 2011