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Cr Larke cleared in bribery probe
Oct 14, 2020 - Local Government Inspectorate will take no further action against a Bass Coast councillor accused of trying to bribe four councillors to elect him mayor.
Oct 2, 2020 – 17 candidates, nine positions … the race is on for our next council. Find out what drives your local candidates.
Port defenders back into battle
WITH only 40 days to respond to an 11,000-page report on AGL’s proposed gas plant at Crib Point, the Phillip Island Conservation Society faced an onerous task.
The power trip
Oct 2, 2020 – Imagine a future where ordinary householders are part of a virtual power grid greater than Victoria’s coal-fired power stations. Werner Theinert explains
The inside track
Oct 2, 2020 – Resident roos, snooping photographers and a breakneck ride with Peter Brock are among Hugh Videion’s fond memories of two years managing the Holden Proving Ground.
Virus diaries 13
Restrictions are easing … police encounters … bicycle gangs … signs of spring … the first egg… and many joyful reunions. Catherine Watson takes note.
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The bright lights of Coronet Bay
Oct 2, 2020 – It started with a call for plastic bottles; now a Rainbow Garden dazzles on the foreshore.
Armchair arts tour
Oct 2, 2020 – Call out to Bass Coast composers and musicians for the Coastal Connections project … 44 entries for Bass Coast Non-Fiction Prize.
If you go down to the woods today …
Oct 2, 2020 – The creative kindness of strangers brightens a lockdown walk for Morgan Blackthorne.
A cook’s journal
Oct 2, 2020 – The first broad beans are appearing, perfect for a fresh salad, writes Jan Cheshire.
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