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Too much destruction

At last we have some acknowledgement and concern written about the destruction of indigenous and native vegetation around Inverloch. Credit to Cr Michael Whelan (Sentinel-Times, September 4), and A Forrester’s letter to the editor (Sentinel-Times, September 11). The sound of chainsaws and mechanical chippers

Why pay more in South Gippsland?

Seems many different “explanations” are given as to why council rates are so high, and councils continue complaining about how they need more money to deliver services. Calculating your rates and comparing different councils is not that easy, probably deliberately. But our South Gippsland

Keep to the tracks

Very nice article by Pee Wee Lewis from the Korumburra Round Table, a nice article that if read correctly has glossed over one thing that is vital to South Gippsland and that is a properly maintained and sustainable tourism railway. And the best bit

For the love of cars

AFTER a long day fishing in the Bass Strait, Graeme Wagland would return home and be up ‘till midnight working in his garage. That was a typical day before he retired. Now he’s spending the entire day in his San Remo garage, moving from

How to invest in a growing concern

INTEREST rates are low and good return on investment is hard to find at the moment – so have you thought about buying a childcare centre? It’s only the freehold that’s for sale, with a long-term lease, but with a forecast that Bass Coast’s
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