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Oasis on a crowded planet
December 16, 2017 - The strategies are in place to protect Phillip island for future generations, writes Phil Wright. The question now is whether we have the will.
The art of Robert Smith
December 16, 2017 - Wonthaggi’s mysterious arts benefactor turns out to be as interesting as his collection.
December 16, 2017 -Two blokes casually impale Adam Goodes. Dogs surf. Cats carouse. Ahead of an exhibition of Natasha Williams-Novak’s Post cartoons, Catherine Watson recalls some of her favourites.
Wonthaggi à la mode
December 16, 2017 - An exhibition of vintage couture in Wonthaggi originated in one woman’s passion for fashion.
Dance of the angels
December 16, 2017 - Observing his aquarium, Mark Robertson realises that love and lust are powerful emotions, no matter what the species.
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Until next year
Warm thanks to all those who have contributed to the Post this year, and to all our loyal readers. All the best for the festive season. We'll be back in early February.
Down by the river
December 16, 2017 -Anne Heath Mennell was one of about 80 gardeners, growers and land-carers who gathered at Bass to hear more about our new community river garden.
Island ride review
December 16, 2017 - Keen city cyclist Paris Pollock samples the Phillip Island coastal bike trail and finds plenty to like and a few niggles.
Diamonds are forever
December 16, 2017 - Wonthaggi born and bred, Jill Muir loved to share her knowledge and passion for the area with visitors and newcomers.
December 16, 2017 - Miriam Strickland finds herself unexpectedly dropping the B-word.
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