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Action stations on climate plan
July 12, 2020 - Last chance to comment on Bass Coast climate plan, writes Maddy Harford
Holden bushlands campaign powers up
July 3, 2020 - Community group steps up pressure to save the last significant stand of coastal forest in the Western Port region.
The journey continues
July 3, 2020 - Post readers shared the start of David Kemp’s journey two years ago as he prepared for brain surgery. Geoff Ellis finds out what happened next.
July 3, 2020 - Lauren Burns signs up for a public workshop on the Victorian Gas Program and learns that Gippsland could be in the firing line.
Birds are Singing Country
July 3, 2020 - The birds come in waves, writes Laura Brearley, each one connecting us to Bass Coast and the people who knew this land before us.
Virus diaries 7
July 3, 2020 - The visitors arrive for the school holidays, you can buy a beer at the pub and get a 15-minute pass for the library. Catherine Watson ventures out to sample the new normal.
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The next edition of the Post will be published on July 17.
Call for action on safe cycling
July 6, 2010 - Totally Renewable Phillip Island has renewed calls for new shared pathways on the island to promote cycling and walking.
Saving the magic forest
July 3, 2020 - Grantville’s spectacular grass trees stand on land earmarked for sand quarrying. Meryl Brown Tobin reports on the threat to this rare forest.
Second time round
July 3, 2020 - Etsuko Yasunaga’s friends and family shower her with the gift of words as she embarks on her 61st year and second childhood.
Phillip Island’s missing link
July 3, 2020 - Everyone agrees a bike and walking trail to The Nobbies is vital, writes Anne Paul, but still nothing happens.
Dream on, PM
July 3, 2020 - When Scott Morrison claimed there were never slaves in Australia, Robyn Smith’s memory flashed back to a childhood visit to a sugar town.
A cook’s journal
July 3, 2020 - These little berry puddings are a sophisticated version of the steamed pud Jan Cheshire enjoyed as a child.
What’s on in Bass Coast.
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