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Council backs car ferry ‘in principle’
The Cowes jetty is back on the table as a possible terminal for a car ferry service to the Mornington Peninsula. Catherine Watson reports
Developer tactics under fire
April 20, 2018 - A Wonthaggi developer is accused of playing roulette with nearby residents after he once again failed to produce relevant documents.
In sickness and in health
Ahead of the opening of the new Phillip Island health hub this weekend, Mary Whelan looks back on a century of health care on the island.
The art of biography
April 20, 2018 - For Sheridan Palmer, the South Gippsland coast provided the ideal setting to write about art and the getting of wisdom.
Full of beans
April 20, 2018 - Miriam Strickland continues her tribute to the cheap and tasty legume, with a recipe for Tunisian breakfast soup that’s delicious at any time.
The next edition of the Post will be published on May 4.
Under the Southern Cross
April 20, 2018 - Bert had places to go but she didn't know how to ask for help along the way. In the tragic death of one of our own, Geoff Ellis sees the national tragedy of homelessness.
Solar farm on the horizon
It’s easy to see why someone would build a wind farm in Wonthaggi. But a solar farm? Catherine Watson asks why
My beautiful lagoon
April 20, 2018 - To some it's a stinking cesspit, but to local artist and printmaker Susan Hall, the ephemeral Inverloch lagoon is a place of environmental richness and artistic inspiration.
Phillip Island, this one’s for you
A Melbourne vocal group will sing their way from Cowes to San Remo as their contribution to Phillip Island’s 150 year celebrations.
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