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View from the chamber
September 2, 2017 – On her way to a roads workshop, Cr Clare Le Serve muses on an MP’s insistence that councils should stick to roads, rates and rubbish.
The hills are alive
September 2, 2017 - At a clearing sale in Krowera, an old piano sings to Frank Coldebella of other days.
Queen of the compost
Make compost, not war on weeds, is the advice from veteran gardener Barbara Hallett, who will share her gardening experience at a session in Wonthaggi this week.
September 2, 2017 - Feeling hungry? Your gut could thank you for it, writes Miriam Strickland.
The next edition of the Bass Coast Post will be published on September 23.
Calling Australia home
September 2, 2017 - As these last few weeks in Canberra have demonstrated, the Australian monoculture is a myth, writes Dawn Rollins.
Glittering night for home-grown stars
Bass Coast’s talented young performers get their chance to shine at this week’s gala performance at the Wonthaggi Union Theatre.
Back to nature
September 2, 2017 - With views of Western Port, Scenic Estate was a developer’s dream and a planning nightmare. John Eddy delves into the history of Phillip Island’s new reserve.
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