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August 5, 2017 - The council must rein in over-development that threatens what remains of Phillip Island’s precious natural environment, argue Lorna and Doug Elms.
When your foot starts tapping …
August 5, 2017 - On a visit to the Phillip Island Baptist Church, Bass MP Brian Paynter finds himself unexpectedly moved by the spirit.
Bold and brassy
August 5, 2017 - Scandalous costumes, a bold and brassy band, hot numbers and outrageous songs … Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s production of Chicago has the lot, reports Nina Barry-Macaulay.
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Tales of the Waterline, 2017
August 5, 2017 - As Centrelink racks up the pressure on beneficiaries, Bob Wheeler describes the extra burden on those living in the Waterline communities.
View from the Chamber
August 5, 2017 - Amid the insults, abuse and threats, Cr Geoff Ellis gives thanks for the voices of reason.
The inside story
August 5, 2017 - After 70 hours recording three novels for Audible, Melbourne actor Fiona Macleod welcomes the chance to read to a live Bass Coast audience, reports Gill Heal.
August 5, 2017 - Circumstances prevented Maureen Loughran from pursuing her love of art. When she finally got the chance, she made up for lost time, reports Liane Arno.
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