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Libs splash $42m on island pool
July 20, 2022 - The Liberal Party will soon find out whether it was brave or crazy to announce $42 million for a Phillip island pool and zero for a Wonthaggi pool.
Reconciliation walk bridges the divide
July 15, 2022 - More than 1000 people walked across the bridge from San Remo to Millowl (Phillip Island) yesterday in a Massive display of support for reconciliation
Let the bidding begin
July 1, 2022 - When a cavalcade of senior politicians is heading down the Bass Highway, you know it’s good news for Bass Coast.
Local government on the big stage
June 30, 2022 - Cr Leticia Laing has plenty to think about after attending her first National General Assembly.
Lido Place and The Glade
June 30, 2022 - A new development is planned for Inverloch’s gathering place. Ed Thexton reckons it’s like having an elephant in your lounge room.
Where is the vision?
June 30, 2022 - Trevor Forge asks why the Inverloch Design Framework is being snubbed.
A power for good
June 30, 2022 - Wanted: 100 Phillip Island households to share renewable energy. Zoë Geyer explains the watts and volts of Bass Coast’s first neighbourhood battery tariff trial.
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Tales from the Underground
June 30, 2022 - In the third and final part of John Bordignon’s memoir of working life of a coal miner, as told to him by Wonthaggi miners, he relates the accidents, near misses and bloody silly pranks that were part of working life.
The new post
July 1, 2022 - We could have got in a team of expensive management consultants but my friend Linda Cuttriss came up with a plan for nothing.
10 reasons I love the Post
June 30, 2022 - Christine Grayden pays tribute to the writers and artists who have woven in and out of the Bass Coast Post over the past 10 years.
June 30, 2022 - The Bass Coast Chorale returns on Sunday for its first concert in three years.
Lighting up winter
June 30, 2022 -Some talented musicians and an attentive audience made for a warm session at The Goods Shed Open Mic. Ellen Hubble reports.
Riding the Mega Tropis
June 30, 2022 - Writing a book about Jakarta in Wonthaggi brought both into sharper focus for Max Richter.
All hands on deck
June 30, 2022 - Western Port belongs to all Victorians, writes Neil Daly. Your vote can determine its future.
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