The Bass Coast Post is an online magazine by and for residents of Bass Coast. Our readers are also our writers. Comments and other contributions are welcome. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Jobs safe’ as councils merge services
uly 5, 2019 - Bass Coast CEO Ali Wastie predicted no local job losses as four Gippsland councils this week embarked on the first step of a shared service model.
July 5, 2019 - Private and public worlds sometimes collide when Bass MP Jordan Crugnale turns out for the Inverloch Stars soccer team.
A splash of colour
July 5, 2019 - ArtSpace’s Winter Solstice Exhibition shines a light during the darkest, coldest time of the year, writes Deb Watson
A walk on the wild side
July 5, 2019 - Mr Bonney’s friends jokingly called it The Wilderness but he made a wise choice when he selected land at The Gurdies.
What’s on in Bass Coast.
The next edition of the Post will be published on July 19.
VCAT, your bias is showing
July 5, 2019 - VCAT is designed for the convenience of developers and a gaggle of lawyers and experts happily billing their hours and expenses, writes Peter McKenzie.
There’s an idea!
July 5, 2019 - Using heat from old mines, smart communities, botanical gardens and rural villages … some of the alternative ideas that have sparked Catherine Watson’s interest recently.
An ocean of possibilities
July 5, 2019 - Intercultural collaboration can be a tricky process, writes Laura Brearley, but when risk meets trust, anything can happen.
Meet the family!
July 5, 2019 - Miriam Strickland feels a little nervous as she prepares to introduce her New York cousin to the Australian side of her family.
Post readers respond.
Subscriptions to the Bass Coast Post are free. Subscribe here for a weekly update list.