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This working life
Sept 27, 2019 - Low pay, irregular hours, no security … welcome to the precarious world of work for an increasing number of Australians, writes Kaz.
Sept 27, 2019 - Maddy Harford shares some of her favourite signs from a recent road trip.
Flights of fancy
Sept 27, 2019 - For years Sue Woolley could only envy bird watchers. At last she has time to join them, and her photos are part of an exhibition of birds and nests at Grantville.
Sept 27, 2019 - The Prize returns for its third year, with sections for novices, budding artists and old hands
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How do you like that view?
Sept 27, 2019 - Large signs blocking the view should put a dampener on property owners who clear trees on public land, writes Cr Stephen Fullarton
In for the long run
Sept 27, 2019 - From the joy of winning to the relief of finishing, three local runners describe their experience of the first Phillip Island Festival of Running.
Hills painting hits the spot
Sept 27, 2019 - Julie Lundgren-Coulter has won Bass Coast’s premier art award with her work ‘A Hill Somewhere’.
Cemetery historian in good company
Sept 27, 2019 - Former Bass Coast mayor Pamela Rothfield’s history of the Phillip Island cemetery has been shortlisted for the Victorian Community History Awards.
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