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Oct 2, 2020 – 17 candidates, nine positions … the race is on for our next council. Find out what drives your local candidates.
Man of mystery
Oct 16, 2020 – Would the real Les Larke please stand up? Catherine Watson tries to separate the fact from the fiction and finds it’s not easy.
All aboard for Wonthaggi
Oct 16, 2020 – Rebuild a rail service to Bass Coast and they will come, writes Peter Cliff
Taking the waters
Oct 16, 2020 – One hundred years ago, the townsfolk of Inverloch built themselves a bathing enclosure to protect swimmers from shark attack, writes Eulalie Brewster
Post readers respond.
The next edition of the Post will be published on October 30.
History with a twist wins non-fiction prize
Oct 16, 2020 – Bass Coast writer Linda Cuttriss has won the 2020 Bass Coast Prize for Non-Fiction with At Screw Creek, part true detective story, part local history, part family history.
Oct 16, 2020 – Plant a garden and be prepared for some unexpected visitors, writes Liane Arno
Virus diaries 14
Oct 16, 2020 – Pet prawns, deserted freeways, elections, introductions, reunions and stressed friends. Catherine Watson takes note. Cartoon by Natasha Williams-Novak
A cook’s journal
Oct 16, 2020 – Blueberries add a pleasant tartness to this simple cake, writes Jan Cheshire
Coastal Connections: Bass Coasters write about their special places.
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