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July 20, 2018 – Expect the unexpected at Phillip Island's literary festival, including a former Australian of the year sharing the stage with an indigenous rapper.
Welcome to our world
July 20, 2018 - A moving NAIDOC Week opening in Inverloch left Liane Arno feeling a welcome guest in this place.
On sheltered waters
July 20, 2018 - It’s low tide on a crisp, clear winter’s morning when Linda Cuttriss visits the small fishing village of Rhyll.
A feast of cinema
The Travelling St Kilda Short Film Festival promises a night of quality cinema for local film fans next Friday night.
Coal-fired hydrogen plan ‘takes prize for stupidity’
July 20, 2018 - The award for the stupidest idea of 2018 goes to Daniel Andrew and Malcolm Turnbull for their plan to turn brown coal into hydrogen and export it out of Hastings, writes Caroline Giles
The next edition of the Post will be published on August 3.
View from the Chamber
July 20, 2018 – Cr Geoff Ellis throws down the gauntlet in defence of the humble battle-axe block.
Singing with the whales
July 20, 2018 - Two whales seen swimming towards the Cowes jetty augured well for the Island Whale Festival. Words by Laura Brearley, photos by Terry Melvin
All together now!
One of Australia’s most exciting community choirs. THECHO!R will perform in Wonthaggi next Sunday with the Bass Coast Chorale.
July 20, 2018 - The shacks built in the dunes of Harmers Haven and the fibro shacks that followed were holiday homes to a tight-knit socialist community, writes Marguerita Stephens.
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