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Cr Le Serve elected mayor
Nov 15, 2023 - Bass Coast's elder stateswoman has the numbers in tense vote.
Broadbent dumps Libs
Nov 13, 2023 - Renegade MP had one more trick up his sleeve after Libs call time on his political career.
Worth the wait
Nov 16, 2023 - After five designs, 31 years and countless disappointments, Anne Davie was there to see Phillip Island get its cultural centre.
Dancing into the future
Nov 15, 2023 - A 300-person mass boogie proved the perfect way to celebrate Berninneit, our new gathering place, writes Laura Brearley.
When worlds collide
Nov 13, 2023 - For the first time, the Swamp Skinks of Inverloch are experiencing humans in their habitat. Brendan Casey fears it won’t end well.
Action stations on climate
Nov 9, 2023 - Councils unite to help communities build resilience and prepare for future impacts.
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A Remembrance Day reflection
Nov 16, 2023 - Drivers see only a shady spot to park, not the sacred place Kongwak’s Avenue of Honour was intended to be. By Jillian Durance
Spark it up
Nov 13, 2023 - Award-winning authors Lucinda Bain and Rees Quilford discuss the role of daydreaming in the creative process, writing as self-exploration, and the place of “I”.
Nov 16, 2023 - From the warm turquoise waters of Port Stephens to the cold grey waters of Inverloch, every swim is a fresh adventure for Etsuko Yasunaga.
The toast of
Nov 16, 2023 - With a glamorous new hotel to rise on the site of the Isle of Wight Hotel, Pam Rothfield looks back at its predecessors.
Q&A with Meryl Brown Tobin
Nov 15, 2023 - Meryl is well known for her poetry, short stories and non-fiction but she has entered new territory with her first romantic suspense novel.
A cook’s journal
Nov 15, 2023 - Loathe broad beans? Blame your mother’s cooking. Then try Liane Arno’s recipe and discover the joy of these luscious legumes.
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