Greensky Bluegrass has just added one final date to their spring tour… an appearance at Terrapin Crossroads with the great Phil Lesh!Taking place in just a couple short weeks, on March 24th, Lesh and GSBG will team up for a set that will surely include many bluegrass-inspired takes on the Grateful Dead’s music.Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, March 10th, at 4 PM Pacific, and are expected to sell out quickly, so act fast! More info here.Greensky Bluegrass will also be performing at the recently announced “Dear Jerry” tribute show.
Dumfries and Galloway Division from Police Scotland and Dumfries and Galloway Council requested the response of the team to multiple cars stuck on the Dalveen Pass road. The team dispatched two off road vehicles including the Teams landrover to scene. The vehicles battled through poor weather and reached the stranded occupants late in the evening. A total of 12 people were extracted from vehicles and ferried to safety using the team landrover. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInEmergency services including Police Scotland and D&G Council staff along with Volunteers from Moffat Mountain Rescue battled through the snow through the night to rescue 12 people stuck in their vehicles in snow drifts on the A702 Dalveen Pass.During the evening of 12 February 2020 Moffat Mountain Rescue Team were already part of a multi-agency response monitoring the effect of an Amber Met Office weather warning for snow in Dumfries and Galloway. The team eventually arrived back home in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang dedicated the goal he scored against Real Madrid to his late grandfather after the game. He spoke afterwards, saying: “It’s mine [not Varane’s] and I dedicate it to my grandfather who is no longer with us today.” CEST “My childhood dream? To play at Real Madrid,” he told L’Equipe a few months ago. The Gabon hitman had promised his grandfather that he would one day play for Real Madrid. 28/09/2016 Upd. at 01:00 “When I was a kid, I watched Hugo Sanchez videos. The backflip I sometimes do when I score is actually an homage to him. “In 2014, before he died, I promised my grandfather who was from Avila, 110 kilometers from Madrid, that I would play there. It will be complicated, but it sits in a corner of my head. Sport EN Aubameyang scored in the 43rd minute when he ensured the ball crossed the line after Keylor Navas’ punch bounced off Raphael Varane and towards the goalkeeper’s own net. “Real Madrid, or another great spanish club, would also be a great gift to my mother.”
By ANEEKA SIMONIS CARDINIA Shire is to launch its biggest ever campaign to combat domestic violence. So far 70 community…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
HERE’S one big reason to get into the Christmas spirit this season.Those with the best decorated home in the Cardinia-Casey region will get an extra special Christmas gift this year – a trip to the Gold Coast.Better still, those who do their Christmas shopping in Berwick can win a hamper and $250 voucher to Sandrose Restaurant in Berwick.Star News Group, in conjunction with participating Berwick businesses, is spreading joy across the region with the two big competitions as part of the Light Up Berwick Christmas promotion.Those with the best lit house will enjoy a four-night stay at a Gold Coast resort and fly there with a $400 travel voucher.Families in the area already battle it out for the best Christmas displays.The Crowley family in Brookevale Close, Beaconsfield, has one of the best installations in Australia.“About five years ago we decided that it was time to move away from the traditional plug and play fairy lights that we had used for years that had been purchased from the usual stores and move to the next level, initially modifying the fairy lights to run on electronics boards and sequenced to music,” said dad Michael Crowley.The family home is now lit up with more than 60,000 channels of custom made digital lights, each individually controlled by purpose-built electronics boards sequenced with a mix of Christmas songs.“The display is probably one of the largest in the country,” he said.Residents who want to enter their house in the competition can visit starcommunity.com.au/competitions/, upload photos of their home, one photo per entry please, with their name and address.The competition closes on 20 December at 5pm.The judges will choose the best lit home from the photographs supplied.Readers can shop at one of the participating Berwick business, complete an entry form and enter it into the barrel for a chance to win a hamper and a $250 voucher to Sandrose Restaurant in Berwick.For terms and conditions visit starcommunity.com.au/competitions/
As Covid-19 isolation bites and locals look to stay indoors as much as possible, the Indian Australian Community Cooperative (IACC)…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Danielle Kutchel