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Arts plan creates a buzz
August 27, 2016 - A Wonthaggi Arts Centre plan estimates it will cost almost $2.4 million to refurbish the centre but says there will be multiple creative, social and financial benefits to the community.
Copping a spray
August 27, 2016 -Glyphosate might be the world’s most popular herbicide, writes Geoff Ellis, but perhaps we should recall the cautionary tale of DDT.
August 27, 2016 - The new Wonthaggi Arts Centre Plan acknowledges the importance of the Wonthaggi cinema but is short on detail about how it will run, writes Larry Hills
The coast dwellers
August 27, 2016 - Frank Coldebella recalls Jim McDonnell, a gentle man more attuned to the rhythms of nature than to the trivia of town life.
The next edition of the Post will be published on September 10.
All for the best
August 27, 2016 - Plans to close Wonthaggi’s information centre shocked locals and prompted a most satisfactory outcome for the town, writes Liane Arno
War of words
August 27, 2016 - Local poets will do battle at the first Archie’s Creek Poetry Slam, reports Martha Ansara.
The final cut
August 27, 2016 - Diana Edwards, Ursula Theinert and Adrian Johnson are vying for a $5000 first prize and a place in the permanent Bass Coast art collection.
Out of the ashes
August 27, 2016 - A survey of the Tank Hill Conservation Reserve nine months after fire swept through it reveals some rich and unexpected botanical treasures, writes Catherine Watson
Double lawyer, easy on the gherkin
Natasha Willliams-Novak is amused by the Age's attempts to explain local terminology.
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