Featured News Archive

Bass Coast’s potential $4.5 million windfall

THE Bass Coast Shire Council is looking at breaking open a $4.5 million piggy bank. The money is stashed in a Long Service Leave Reserve no longer required by council and Cr Les Larke says it’s time to look at unlocking it. At a

Police aim to break cycle of violence

WONTHAGGI Police Station has launched a Family Violence Unit to combat domestic violence in Bass Coast and South Gippsland. The two women heading up the unit are Leading Senior Constables Ann Barnes and Cathy Garnham. Wonthaggi Police Station receives on average two to three

Get on board

The Wonthaggi school funding game has ‘gone on long enough’ By Matt Male THE Bass Coast community has had enough. It’s only public secondary college is fast running out of room, and time, as pleas for millions of dollars in funding for a new

Journey for a cause

A FATHER from Toora will be walking 2500km to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House in Parkville and paediatric brain cancer research. Craig Tanner will walk from Tugun in Queensland to his home in Toora, following extensive help from the Ronald McDonald House

No more apathy, get on board!

RESIDENTS of South Gippsland and Bass Coast who want a better public transport system should stand up, be counted and get on board the South West Gippsland Transport Group campaign. The group is campaigning on two fronts; firstly to improve bus services, both to
css.php