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View from the chamber
April 19, 2019 -Clear guidelines on development in Bass Coast will help us balance growth and protection of what we most value, writes Mayor Brett Tessari
The bald and the beautiful
April 19, 2019 - Deb Rielly won't make it to the inaugural Archies Bald Portrait Prize, but her grace and courage will be celebrated through the exhibition, writes Liane Arno.
The shape of things to come
April 19, 2019 - Catherine Watson joins a class on the pottery wheel at the Rescue Station arts centre.
Round the bend
April 19, 2019 - Roundabouts won’t solve Phillip Island’s traffic problems, argues Bernie McComb. And just think of what else we could do on the island with close to $40 million.
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What’s on in Bass Coast.
The next edition of the Post will be published on May 3.
May Day in Wonthaggi
April 19, 2019 - Frank Coldebella celebrates the achievements of forgotten, ordinary people who fought for a better world.
April 19, 2019 – When Etsuko Yasunaga gave up Facebook for three months as an experiment, she had no idea how much her life would change.
Tall tales and true of San Remo
April 19, 2019 - The small coastal town hits the big screen with 10 mini movies based on local stories and photos.
Grand jams in Grantville
April 19, 2019 - Plucking, strumming, singing, tooting and learning are in the wind at Community Music Victoria’s annual music camp.
A cook’s journal
April 19, 2019 - Jan Cheshire tackles a traditional Easter simnel cake with 11 marzipan balls on top to represent the 12 apostles – minus Judas, of course.
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