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Council digs in on state’s grand sand plan
Dec 16, 2020 - Mining and environmental tourism a bad mix, councillors decide.
Reflections of a vintner
Dec 11, 2020 - Despite the gale-force winds, cold wet summers, kangaroos and currawongs, Dick Wettenhall produced many award-winning wines during his 10 years at The Gurdies winery.
A few home truths
Dec 11, 2020 - Social housing is more than building houses, writes Graeme Charles. It’s about creating a community that supports tenants and values them for the contributions they can make to our society.
Fish, chips and public art
Dec 11, 2020 - As renowned wall artist Ash Keating unleashed his fire extinguishers in Grantville last week, Geoff Ellis was there to watch the paint fly.
Bearing up, thanks
Dec 11, 2020 - In the midst of the lockdown, Karin Murphy Ellis got so many laughs out of preparing works for her new exhibition, she sometimes wondered if she’d gone mad.
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The last post
This is the final edition of the Post for the year. Thanks to our wonderful team of writers who have educated, entertained and amused us throughout the year, and to our readers for their generous responses. Special thanks to Post cartoonist Natasha Williams-Novak who continues to surprise. We'll be back for more in late January.
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Sometimes nothing can happen but fire
Dec 11, 2020 - Max Hayward won third equal prize in the 2020 Bass Coast Prize for Non-Fiction with his essay, written in the wake of the summer bush fires.
Hello Spring Street, are you listening?
Dec 11, 2020 - Without a long-term management plan, Western Port will continue to be a battleground for industrialists and residents, writes Neil Daly.
The charm of the humble blackbird
Dec 11, 2020 - John Coldebella has a love/hate relationship with the birds that share his garden.
Running on empty
Dec 11, 2020 - It took a while to filter through but Miriam Strickland is grateful for what she learned during her Covid year.
A cook's journal
Dec 11, 2020 -When it comes to making the Christmas pudding, Jan Cheshire hands over to husband Bert.
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