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Skaters nail famous victory
Dec 13. 2019 - There was never any question about the result once a contingent of kids stormed the Cowes cultural centre on Wednesday afternoon.
The art of healing
Dec 13. 2019 - Artist John Adam never had the chance to reconcile with his daughter in life but an exhibition in Cowes next month gives him a chance to reconnect with her artistic dreams.
A line in the sand
Dec 13. 2019 - Results from a trial sand fence on the Inverloch beach are promising, reports Catherine Watson
Between the lines
Dec 13. 2019 - Etsuko Yasunaga recalls the pain and pleasure of a year of writing for the Post.
Return of the Monkey King
Dec 13. 2019 - A Japanese cult TV show based on a 400-year-old Buddhist saga is the unlikely source of Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s summer show. Sue Lindsay reports.
All I want for Christmas
Dec 13. 2019 - Dear Santa … Frank Coldebella spells out his wish list.
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Dreams take root in home-grown college
Dec 13. 2019 - Bass Coast Adult Learning changes lives. Loran McKean is the living proof.
No place like home
Dec 13. 2019 - Bass Coast’s most vulnerable residents are left out in the cold as private rentals rise.
The magic forest
Dec 13. 2019 - In February Grantville’s grass tree forest was ablaze. Today the grass trees are putting on a spectacular show. Words by Meryl Brown Tobin, photos by Hartley Tobin.
Fix those potholes!
Dec 13. 2019 - Potholed roads, cracked footpaths, open drains … let’s get on with the job, urges Frank W Schooneveldt.
A cook's journal
Dec 13. 2019 - Jan Cheshire savours a boozy twist to an old Christmas favourite.
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