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View from the Chamber
December 1, 2017 Strategic thinking is needed to retain Phillip Island as a special place rather than a dormitory suburb of Melbourne, argues Cr Michael Whelan.
Phillip Island’s new fox-free status gives new hope for one of Victoria’s most endangered species, the eastern barred bandicoot. Roland Pick reports
Full and plenty
December 2, 2017 - No pasta, no salami, no tinned tomatoes … Italian migrants had to start from scratch when they arrived in Wonthaggi.
November 18, 2017 - In 2005, it was a paddock with a single tree. Now the Wonthaggi Rifle Range wetlands is home to an amazing variety of wildlife, writes Terri Allen
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The final edition of the Bass Coast Post for 2017 will be published on December 16.
King of the road
December 2, 2017 - Over 43 years at the Holden proving ground in Lang Lang, Allan George drove every new Holden model. Geoff Ellis reports.
Rich river pickings
December 1, 2017 The fertile river flats of Bass are being put to good use for a community river garden. Joel Geoghegan reports
Not the retiring kind
December 2, 2017 - Sarah Roycroft looks back in wonder on her pre-retirement dreams.
December 2, 2017 - A move from Calgary to Wonthaggi prompted a new creative burst for Heidi Rolfe. Liane Arno reports
The stars align for “best yet”
December 1, 2017 - From Bach to blues, with an Irish Welcome to Country along the way, the latest Stars of Tomorrow concert was a treat, writes Robert Hayward.
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