'Call me Joan’
Joan Kirner’s legacy is all around us in Bass Coast, writes Catherine Watson
$2 million splurge on consultants, says Brown
Former State Member of Parliament Alan Brown has accused the Bass Coast Shire Council of wasting up to $2 million on consultants, an action he has described as "obscene".
Sentinel Times, May 12, 2015
Still spoiling for a fight
Frank Coldebella ponders the forgotten lessons of Gallipoli.
No place like home
Choosing aged care accommodation – for our parents or ourselves – is one of the most confronting choices we will make.
Time is getting on
March 21, 2015 - One minute you’re in your prime; the next people are offering you their seat. Bob Middleton contemplates the ignominies – and pleasures – of growing old.
It’s been fun but it’s hard to sit at a computer with all those jingling bells, so this is the last issue of the Post for 2014. Cartoon by Natasha Williams-Novak.
Bunker-like houses on small blocks are robbing our streets of their dignity, writes Tim Shannon. Cartoon by Natasha Williams-Novak
After last summer’s dogfight over a daytime ban on dogs on beaches, councillors have decided this will be the summer of enforcing the existing rules.
Researchers at Phillip Island Nature Parks are inserting cameras in the burrows of shearwaters to study their breeding and chick-rearing habits.
ABC report, September 23, 2014
A port out of place
For over 150 years, Phillip Island has been a natural haven for weary city folk, but there are dark clouds on the horizon with plans to expand the Port of Hastings.