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Out of the shadows
November 18, 2017 - Bass Coasters reflect on Wednesday’s momentous events when it became clear that the last bastion of official discrimination against LGBTI people was about to fall.
Broadbent: it’s still no
November 16, 2017 McMillan Liberal MP Russell Broadbent will not be voting to legalise same-sex marriage despite overwhelming support for marriage equality within the McMillan electorate.
Why I won’t watch the Oils
November 18, 2017 - A veteran of the campaign against desalination, John Gemmell says he won't fall for Peter Garrett again.
November 18, 2017 - John Clarke joked that most of his bird photographs had a tiny bird flying out of the top left-hand corner. But a calendar of his bird photos, many taken around Phillip Island, attest to his skills and patience.
A cook’s journal
Jan Cheshire celebrates the warmer weather with a lemon potato salad.
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ALP selects ex-mayor
November 17, 2017 - Former Bass Coast mayor Jordan Crugnale has been selected as the ALP candidate for Bass in next year’s state election.
Warley drug clinic rejected
November 16, 2017 - Bass Coast Council has knocked back a proposal to re-open Warley Hospital in Cowes as a drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre and medical clinic.
Esplanade flats knocked back
November 16, 2017 - Plans for a four-storey, 22-unit apartment block on the Cowes Esplanade were knocked back at Wednesday’s council meeting.
A shared space
November 18, 2017 - On a visit to New Zealand, Tim Shannon finds a country that has embraced the Maori culture of sharing.
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