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Sept 22, 2023 - $85m waterfront hotel to bring a touch of glamour back to fading seaside town.
Yes we do
Sept 21, 2023 - Bass Coast joins ranks of Victorian councils that have formally endorsed a Yes vote, but it's a close call.
Sept 22, 2023 - Post readers have their say on the Voice. Tell us what you think.
Return of El Niño bodes ill for Inverloch beach
Sept 21, 2023 - It's like the death of an old friend, writes Philip Heath, as another old banksia succumbs to the retreating coastline.
VCAT rejects Harmers subdivision
Sept 21, 2023 - Fragmentation of vegetation next to coastal reserve "unacceptable". John Old reports
The battle for Western Port
Sept 21, 2023 - Successive threats to Western Port have been stopped only by massive public opposition, writes Neil Daly.
Welcome to my world
Sept 21, 2023 - Volunteer aged care visitor Antonietta loves sharing good times with a special friend. And so do her dogs!
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Bikers versus orchids
Sept 22, 2023 - Mountain bike riders are cutting a swathe through The Gurdies forest, threatening some of Australia’s rarest orchids.
The last goodbye
Sept 21, 2023 - To be present at the death of a loved one is a precious and profound experience, writes Etsuko Yasunaga.
The homing instinct
Sept 22, 2023 - A lifelong Phillip Islander, Cherry McFee didn’t like to go too far from the sea. Story by Gill Heal
His master’s voice
Sept 21, 2023 - Ellen Palmer-Hubble’s soulful portrait of Bass Coast Mayor Michael Whelan and his kelpie Grouse has been selected for the 2023 Victorian Salon des Refusés Exhibition.
The mangrove challenge
Sept 21, 2023 - Grand plans for blue carbon sinks in Western Port need to tackle the low success rate of mangrove planting, writes Neil Daly.
A cook’s journal
Sept 17, 2023 - After eating his fill of asparagus, Matt Stone’s thoughts turn to enjoying it all year round.
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