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University hub announced
June 1, 2020 - A regional university centre will open in Wonthaggi for the first term of 2021.
A work in progress
May 29, 2020 - It’s back to business, but not as we knew it, writes Pam Rothfield. And there’s no better time to rethink the way we work.
Last gasp for Jam Jerrup
May 29, 2020 - After decades of lobbying, Jam Jerrup residents welcome a plan to protect the crumbling cliffs in front of their homes. Geoff Ellis reports.
Country comes alive
Place names give voice to Country, writes Laura Brearley, when the language is spoken and sung again.
Virus Diaries 5
May 29, 2020 - COVID hibernation was quite cosy, writes Catherine Watson, but now for a dose of reality.
A new world of work
May 29, 2020 - As we emerge from our COVID-19 cocoons, we must learn to live with uncertainty and embrace change, writes Ajanta Judd
Armchair arts tour 3
Feeling anxious about the state of the world? Sofie Dieu’s online art workshops could be the answer.
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Cats behaving badly
Feral cats on Plillip Island will be fitted with GPS collars to give rangers a clearer picture of their movements and behaviour. Cartoon: Natasha Williams-Novak
Get ready for action
May 29, 2020 - The future is uncertain for many in our community, writes Mayor Brett Tessari, but new opportunities are coming our way.
Sand fences offer glimmer of hope
May 29, 2020 - Conservation Society calls for extension of wet sand fencing along Inverloch beach.
The Cyan Way
May 29, 2020 - The sea is too often seen as the intruder, but it also offers farmers new options for carbon sequestration projects, writes Neil Daly
All stand for the Magistrate!
May 29, 2020 - Reports from Wonthaggi’s Court of Petty Sessions in 1911 make the place sound like a Wild West town, writes Carolyn Landon.
A cook’s journal
May 29, 2020 - Enjoy the last of the fresh figs as a dessert or savoury dish, writes Jan Cheshire.
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