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‘This is our story!’
March 25, 2023 - A double blow has left Wonthaggi’s premiere – and only – tourist attraction reeling. Catherine Watson reports
Cape, woodlands on
March 25, 2023 - Local community groups say they have made gains at the panel hearings into the Bass Coast Distinctive Areas and Landcapes project.
Rare frog could make a big splash
March 24, 2023 - The rare southern toadlet was recorded near the Holden Proving Grounds in 2005.
What I do
March 25, 2023 - Somebody recently asked Jen Rutherford what she finds to do in Corinella. Here’s her reply.
The art of the matter
March 23, 2023 - Ken Griffiths’ Hippeastrums will be raffled at the Inverloch Art Show to raise money to buy food boxes for local people in need.
What's on and where
The next issue of the Bass Coast Post will be published on April 22. Contributions are welcome.
The story teller
March 24, 2023 - Olive Justice never lost her adventurous spirit, positive attitude and love of a good story. Christine Grayden celebrates one of Phillip Island’s great characters in Women’s History Month.
Say that again?
March 27, 2023 - Our Mayor doesn’t represent Rob Parsons when he talks about the Voice.
The numbers are good today
March 23, 2023 – These days Geoff Ellis’s morning routine starts with a finger prick and ends with toast.
Good as new
March 24, 2023 - Wonthaggi’s Fixit Café is about more than recycling and reducing waste; it’s also a great way to connect to Wonthaggi’s social grid, writes Hilary Stuchbery.
Every seal counts
March 22, 2023 - On International Seal Day, a Phillip Island Nature Parks researcher is appealing to local fishers not to discard fishing line.
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