On February 5, the Sentinel-Times reported that a Newhaven man was claiming compensation from the council after allegedly being poisoned by an insecticide. Frank Coldebella and Catherine Watson looked behind the headline.
For decades, many of us have marvelled at Clive Dobson's mowing magic but this summer a bung knee put the kybosh on things.
In 2003, it took only a few angry voices to convince Bass Coast councillors that wind farms were unhealthy, uneconomic and a blot on the landscape. CATHERINE WATSON asks whether the pendulum has swung back.
If you won Tattslotto, you might just be able to afford Punchbowl’s pink palace but you’d probably need to win Tattslotto again to maintain it.
For Courtney Moir, a licence and car add up to freedom.
Catherine Watson is a journalist and editor of the Bass Coast Post. She lives in Wonthaggi.