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Tell him he’s dreamin’
Nov 22 2019 - The Mahers Landing marina project was always a fantasy. The last rites were performed this week when head consultant John Woodman was grilled at a corruption hearing. Catherine Watson reports
The great divide
Nov 22 2019 - 192-bed resort hotel proposed for Coronet Bay would be a foreign enclave in a close community, writes Craig Little
Margaret the Magpie
Nov 22 2019 - A story of love and loss unfolds before Liz Low.
The lake that vanished
Nov 22 2019 - Lake Lister was a magical place, writes Terri Allen, at least until the day two miners decided to deepen it with a few sticks of gelignite.
My year of singing
Nov 22 2019 - Surrounded by the rich harmonies of the Bass Coast Chorale, Mary-Anne Peters feels the power of the human voice: organic, raw and timeless.
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What’s the catch?
Nov 22 2019 - He’s finished the paintings, he’s commissioned the music; now John Mutsaers just needs the words for his intriguing new collection. Liane Arno reports.
On song for the planet
Nov 22 2019 - Local musician Maddy May headlines next weekend’s Sound for Climate concert, which features a distinguished line-up of some of Gippsland's best young musicians.
A cook's journal
Nov 22 2019 - In 1953, the International Society of Epicure declared it "the greatest recipe to originate from the Americas in 50 years". Jan Cheshire decides it’s time to master the Caesar salad.
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