|Bass Coast Post||
In the past 50 years, Phillip Islanders have defended “their bay” against a container port, a ferry terminal, a marina, a canal development, an oil refinery and a nuclear plant.
Twenty-three years and $600,000 … that’s how much time and money has been spent on a Cowes arts centre, and still the community has nothing to show for it. Anne Davie calls for action.
A local reconciliation group wants to mark the execution of two Aborigine men who were once condemned as bloodthirsty outlaws.
By Anne Davie
FARMERS, myself included, like to talk about the droughts they have experienced over the years and how each compares with others. I found this piece I wrote in late April 1997.
A cavalcade of grandmothers dressed in purple descended on Parliament last week to give the country’s leaders a piece of their mind. Anne Davie reports from the front line.
In the past 45 years, Phillip Islanders have defended “their bay” against a nuclear plant, an oil refinery, a canal development and a ferry terminal. The Port of Hastings development is the latest threat to the bay, writes ANNE DAVIE.
Concerns about rates, roads and rubbish dominate local debate, but we also need to count the blessings of our beautiful surroundings and rich community life, writes ANNE DAVIE.