The Bass Coast Post is an online magazine by and for residents of Bass Coast. Our readers are also our writers. Comments and other contributions are welcome. Email to email@example.com.
September 24, 2016 - Twenty-four candidates: nine positions on the Bass Coast Shire Council. See who's standing and why.
Affairs of the heart
September 24, 2016 - When Mark Robertson read a recent Post article about new links between Wonthaggi Hospital and Frankston Hospital’s cardiac unit, he had no idea he’d be testing the new system a few days later.
Casualties of colonisation
September 24, 2016 - A local reconciliation group wants to mark the execution of two Aborigine men who were once condemned as bloodthirsty outlaws, reports Anne Davie
What’s on in Bass Coast.
Post readers respond.
The next edition of the Post will be published on October 7.
All the news that’s fit to print
September 24, 2016 –The departing Mayor of Bass Coast challenges local media to lift their standards.
In the steps of our forebears
An emu with 10 chicks has stamped his mark of approval on the Wonthaggi Rifle Range wetlands, writes Terri Allen.
Little shop revisited
Little Shop of Horrors was the Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s first blockbuster. This time it’s being performed as it was written, with a small ensemble, and in the group’s new home.
September 24, 2016 - The Edge Of Us creative team is seeking two artists to help light up the streets of the Waterline towns.
A cook’s journal
September 24, 2016 - Jan Cheshire goes green with broccoli and blue cheese soup.
Subscriptions to the Bass Coast Post are free. Subscribe here for a weekly update list.