Letters Archive

Power fears and leadership failure – SENTINEL-TIMES COMMENT

By Michael Giles FEARS of a power Armageddon, with temperatures last Saturday in Victoria due to top the 40 degree mark, and higher still in New South Wales, largely didn’t eventuate. It has been reported that 2000 homes in the Latrobe Valley were without

Claims pop-up store targeted

After reading your newspaper article about ‘Pop Up’ summer businesses in our area, I feel I need to enlighten you about what has been really going on in the business district of Inverloch. Your story featured a photo of the ‘We Love Your Soul’

Seeing red over bin policy

Over the Xmas break my family members which included four children under the age of two, joined me at our holiday house in Inverloch. Wow I wonder who thought a 120 litre bin would cater for us for two weeks? Do the math on

It’s still a stinker, they say

Re red bins to landfill… I read that the mayor thinks holiday home owners in Bass Coast should be making their own arrangements with regard to additional rubbish collections for the weeks which the council fails to deliver this service. She should take note

Ferry opposition builds locally

I am writing to you in relation to the above matter (Phillip Island Ferry Terminal proposal) particularly as your report in your newspaper of October 11, 2017 of the initial meeting at the Cowes Cultural Centre was timely and accurate and supported my assessment