Letters Archive

Why your group should apply for a grant – SENTINEL-TIMES COMMENT

By Michael Giles THE odds of winning a ‘Community Grant’ from the South Gippsland Shire Council are pretty good. The same no doubt goes for Bass Coast’s program. Of the 33 local community and sporting groups that applied for grants in Round Two of

Spreading the word about Scleroderma

We are writing to thank you for your coverage in supporting our ‘Snuggle up for Scleroderma’ day held on Sunday, June 25. The coverage you were able to give us, over a period of three weeks was fantastic. We appreciate your assistance in getting

Rail to South Gippsland

What I find amazing is how consecutive state governments support the benefits of rail reintroduction to South Gippsland, yet aren’t prepared to make the call and make it happen. With the enormous spread of suburbs out of Cranbourne extending to Clyde and Devon Meadows

Cafe highly recommended

I just happened to be passing Bass this morning, so after reading about Paul’s Table in the South Gippsland Sentinel-Times, I decided to call in for a coffee. I had no idea what to expect, but found a warm, friendly, not for profit community

Doing less with more

Councillor Les Larke in his proposed amendments at the June Council Meeting was obviously trying to address the problem of Bass Coast Shire Council’s high employment costs and the top heaviness of the organisation. Many ratepayers have been pointing out this problem during Budget