Letters Archive

Last chance for council

By Michael Giles THE bookies are betting between $1.25 and $1.12 that Labor will win Saturday’s election, which is a shorter price than they quoted about Winx winning the 2018 Cox Plate. The result in Bass is a little more interesting, they say, with

Country music fan of the plan

Deborah Scott’s letter in the Sentinel-Times, November 13, regarding the possibility of Leongatha hosting a country music festival certainly struck a chord [pun intended] with me. People who know me would be aware of my love of country music and I am of the

Aussie spirit alive

A big thank you to the people who stopped to help me after a nasty fall at the front of Coles and Mum’s Place Coffee Shop on Saturday, November 10 The young lady and her three children narrowly missed being hurt as well when

Don’t skate over us

A flawed consultation process has led to an unfortunate outcome in San Remo. Many ratepayers are distressed at the lack of communication regarding the planning of a skate park on the foreshore of the village. It would seem that school communities, traders, and a

Mayor’s job well done

I write to thank through your newspaper if I may Cr Pamela Rothfield for an outstanding two years as Mayor of Bass Coast Shire Council. Her commitment, availability and approachability was without peer and as a result of her outstanding leadership, this shire is