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Councillor in corruption probe
Sept 25, 2020 - The Victorian Local Government Inspectorate is investigating alleged corruption by a Bass Coast councillor. Catherine Watson reports.
Pamela Rothfield Q&A
Sept 14, 2020 - Former Bass Coast mayor and departing councillor reflects on the achievements, the surprises, the frustrations, the naysayers and the challenges ahead.
End of the line
Sept 14, 2020 - Forget the fairytales; we need to face the reality of ageing and death, writes Sophie Cuttriss in the final part of her series on aged care.
Holden bushlands ‘safe with VinFast'
Sept 14, 2020 - The new owner of the Holden proving ground has committed to preserving the 880-site, much of it remnant coastal forest.
Weekends at Remo
Sept 14, 2020 - It started with a fibro beach shack in 1952. 70 years later Kevin Chambers gives thanks for some great memories.
A spring in her step
Sept 14, 2020 - Feeling becalmed by the lockdown? Not Etsuko Yasunaga, who has enjoyed the most challenging and satisfying seven weeks of her life.
Virus diaries 12
Sept 14, 2020 - Despair, frustration, a rude cop, flat batteries, Zoom birthdays and a taste of freedom. Catherine Watson reports from the COVID fringe lands.
A cook’s journal
Sept 14, 2020 - Canned tuna comes into its own in this blast from the past from Jan Cheshire.
Post readers respond.
The next edition of the Post on October 2 will include an election questionnaire for candidates for the Bass Coast Shire Council.
September 2020 - Who's standing and why? Meet your local candidates
The places we love
Sept 14, 2020 - When a call went out for descriptive writing and images of our favourite places in Bass Coast, the response was heart-felt. writes Laura Brearley
Birdman of Cape Paterson
Sept 14, 2020 - David Hartney’s Cape Chatter is helping to build a community – of wildlife as well as humans.
A letter to Tim’s iPhone
Sept 14, 2020 - Steve Jobs could not have envisaged that his invention would help us endure a pandemic, writes Tim Shannon
Dash of colour
Sept 14, 2020 - Throughout everything, including COVID, Monica Smith has always found the time to paint. Liane Arno reports.
Speak up, Russell and Darren!
Sept 14, 2020 - A Gippsland day of action will call on our federal MPs to speak up on our climate crisis.
The Bass Coast sound
Sept 14, 2020 - Bass Coast’s writers, photographers and artists have done their bit; now it’s time for the music makers.
What’s on in Bass Coast.
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