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Parks are for everyone
July 2, 2021 - People need to experience natural beauty before they will grow to love and protect it, writes Leticia Laing.
Honey, we lost Inverloch
July 2, 2021 - A proposed Victorian electoral boundary realignment divides Bass Coast into two state electorates.
A symphony of words
July 2, 2021 - Writing long non-fiction is a bit like conducting an orchestra, according to prize-winning author Christine Grayden.
Living with creeks
July 2, 2021 - Rivers and waterways are serious, writes Ed Thexton, but creeks are a different matter.
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The next edition of the Post will be published on July 16.
Pictured at the opening of NAIDOC Week exhibition at ArtSpace, from left, elders of the Bass Coast South Gippsland Reconciliation Group Florence Hydon, Mary Mutsaers (also exhibition organiser), Anne Davie and Marg Lynn with exhibiting artists Patrice Mahoney, OAM (also Aboriginal development officer for Bass Coast Shire Council) and Safina Stewart. Front, Samu Stewart and Arieta Fergie. The exhibition is on until July 18.
Do you hear the people sing?
July 2, 2021 - Laura Brearley invites us to join a chorus of voices for Bass Coast’s last remnant coastal bushland.
Winter recess – a time to gather our thoughts
July 2, 2021 - The latest assault on Western Port’s hinterland shows how much we need a complete land and sea management plan, writes Neil Daly.
The joy of the toy
July 2, 2021 - The sight of an old tin toy can spark a wave of nostalgia in even the crustiest old timer, writes Mark Robertson.
A cook’s journal
July 2, 2021 - Simple to make but impressive enough for a special dinner, cauliflower soup ticks all the boxes.
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