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The colonial curse
Jan 25, 2023 - Christine Grayden’s great-great-grandparents were brutalised by the British Empire but at least their descendants were born into freedom. Unlike many Aboriginal people.
Let’s get together
Jan 25, 2023 - Given the lack of political will to protect Western Port, Neil Daly proposes a citizens assembly with the results to be presented as a petition to Parliament.
A feast of good gardening
Jan 25, 2023 - Bass Coast gardeners show and tell all in the second Edible Gardens Weekend.
Once upon a time in Inverloch
Jan 25, 2023 - Etsuko Yasunaga could have said no but a small voice whispered to her that adventures lay ahead.
Flights of fancy
Jan 26, 2023 - Tim Shannon looks back to an era when airports celebrated the wonder of flight, rather than being shopping malls flanked by giant carparks.
What's on and where
The next issue of the Bass Coast Post will be published on February 18. Contributions are welcome.
Guide Park: the review
Jan 26, 2023 - Adventure playground experts Esme and Clem check out the $1.77m makeover.
The men who could make anything
Jan 26, 2023 - Trained in the Wonthaggi mine workshops, Danny Carr and his workmates proved a boon to the district after the mine closed.
Operation Fairy Tern
Jan 27, 2023 - Three summers ago, 31 fairy tern pairs fledged 49 chicks on Churchill Island. Since then, not a single chick has survived.
Yes please, more trees
Jan 27, 2023 - Cowes and Inverloch are the standout towns for tree cover in Bass Coast and San Remo is the barest.
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