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The magic of trees
December 14, 2018 - Tree clearing on Phillip Island has reached epidemic proportions, writes Bernie McComb, just as new research shows the role trees play in keeping our planet habitable.
The numbers talk
The Post’s own Anthony Green – Phil Wright – crunches the numbers from the state election and concludes that Bass Coast’s future is looking rosy.
My life as a candidate
December 14, 2018 - First-time candidate David Arnault admits he was naive to imagine politics as a contest of ideas.
The day the mine closed
December 14, 2018 - Fifty years ago the last shift of Wonthaggi miners emerged from Kirrak shaft to be greeted by a fairly important person from the Railways Department and a contingent of reporters and photographers.
December 14, 2018 - After 25 years in the construction industry, Frank Schooneveldt revels in the freedom to create landscapes, on canvas and in real life. Liane Arno reports
A cook’s journal
December 14, 2018 - Prawn, mango and avocado bring a touch of the tropics to Jan Cheshire’s Christmas dinner.
What’s on in Bass Coast.
This is the last Post for 2018. Thanks to our readers and contributors - it's been fun. Happy holidays. We'll be back for another go in early February.
Along for the ride
December 14, 2018 - After some great experiences of carpooling in Europe, Vanessa McGrath wants to create a carpooling community in Bass Coast.
A clean break
December 14, 2018 - An accident forced Etsuko Yasunaga to change her mindset, with unexpected benefits.
Picture of the week
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