|Bass Coast Post||
Just over two years ago MP Brian Paynter promised a dying man that he would support voluntary assisted dying legislation provided it included sufficient safeguards.
On a visit to the Phillip Island Baptist Church, Brian Paynter finds himself unexpectedly moved by the spirit.
Councillors’ change of mind on a new sports stadium for Wonthaggi could be the start of better prospects for our young people.
By Brian Paynter
JUST what is it you don’t understand, Eddie?
As a follow up to my article last week regarding men’s violence against women, I’ve listened with interest this week to the debate surrounding Eddie McGuire and his misguided comments directed at Caroline Wilson. Perhaps we should thank Eddie for helping to give the issue oxygen.
Not every man will inflict violence on women but every man is capable of doing something to prevent violence against women.
Wonthaggi Secondary College students and staff impressed Bass MP Brian Paynter from the start, but their school was a different matter.
Recent condolence motions in Parliament have forced Bass MP Brian Paynter to reflect on his own legacy.