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Forged by fire
Jan 25, 2020 - In the wake of her family’s ordeal in the Mallacoota bushfires, Laura Brearley reflects that catastrophe reminds us of what matters.
Jan 25, 2020 - Forty-two entries, more than 300,000 words … the three judges for the first Bass Coast Prize for Non-Fiction approached the task with mingled anticipation and nervousness. Catherine Watson reports
Here’s to the old Tech
Jan 25, 2020 - As Wonthaggi Secondary College moves to a sparkling new campus, the old tech school still holds a special place for many, writes Carolyn Landon.
Thrills and spills
Jan 25, 2020 - Liz Low is nostalgic for the days when children roamed free and took risks.
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‘A gentle man who earned respect’
Jan 25, 2020 - Terri Allen pays tribute to local park ranger Bill Slade, who died while fighting fires in East Gippsland.
A blazing star
Jan 25, 2020 - Ricardo Alves-Ferreira’s friends remember a free spirit who lit up the world and inspired others to be true to themselves
Making his mark
Jan 25, 2020 - Bricklayer, masseur, clay artist … Pat Wishart lets his hands do the talking.
Keep it #$%@!!*& nice
Jan 25, 2020 - Catherine Watson used to pride herself on the fact that comments posted by Bass Coast Post readers were constructive, relevant, respectful. So unlike those in other publications.
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