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The triangle revisited
February 22, 2019 - On a visit to Cowes Jetty, Tim Shannon finds plenty to enjoy in our new “she’ll be right” triangle.
First steps for $19.6m coastal park and walk
February 22, 2019 - Consultation will start within a few months on the boundary of the $19.6 million Bass Coast Coastal Park and George Bass Coastal Walk.
Riding a wave of goodwill
February 22, 2019 - The skies were black and the wind icy as Etsuko Yasunaga joined a team of volunteers on Inverloch beach to share the joys of surfing with those who usually miss out.
At home on the hill
February 22, 2019 - Pamela Rothfield’s history of the first 73 occupants of the Phillip Island cemetery provides a snapshot of a fledgling society: the vulnerability of babies, children and pregnant women, the prevalence of depression, the high rate of death by accident.
Lost and found
February 22, 2019 - The house may hide but it does not steal, writes Luciano Prisco. Cartoon by Natasha Williams-Novak.
The next edition of the Post will be published on March 8.
Beware: four lane highway ahead
February 22, 2019 - What started off as an attempt to untangle Phillip Island’s notorious holiday traffic congestion seems to be morphing into a monster highway bisecting the island, councillor warns.
Buckley signs off
February 22, 2019 - At his first meeting with a hostile new council in 2016, Paul Buckley confronted rumours of personal corruption, affairs and big staff bonuses. The departing council CEO recalls some challenging times in an extended interview with Post editor Catherine Watson.
Why I run
February 22, 2019 - When Allison Jones’s best friend asked her why she ran, she found that even writing about it made her happy.
Sounds of summer
February 22, 2019 - Now in its 26th year, change is a constant for the Inverloch Jazz Festival and yet some things stay the same, writes Carolyn Nield.
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