Letters Archive

No justification

Dog owners of Inverloch may be interested to know that at the last Bass Coast Shire Council meeting, CEO, Allan Bawden, admitted that there had been no consultation on the issue of restricting the times Inverloch residents can walk their dog, on-leash, on a

Editor’s Letter – Library a great result

Editor Nathan Johnston THE Bass Coast Shire Council hasn’t enjoyed a great month or two for various reasons (Phillip Island waste problems, Pioneer Bay road, Graham Street special charge scheme, Cape Paterson special charge proposal, etc, etc, etc). And of course, let’s not forget

New highway to where?

So they finally sealed the divided highway from Bass up to the anonymous (how about naming it Bawden?) roundabout. News is that folks in Wonthaggi don’t like it because it might direct too many people to Phillip Island. At busy times, is this likely

Why Gippsland must be saved

The year is 2050. There are 9 billion people on Earth, many of them with not enough to eat. The Murray Darling Basin, once the food bowl of Australia, is only producing half the food that it once did because of climate change impacts.

Roads a joke

VicRoads and its contractors have given us plenty of warning regarding future road works to take place in the main street of Korumburra. According to the electronic sign on the South Gippsland Highway near Warragul Road that was installed last week, the work will
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