Sentinel Times, Managaing Director, Michael Giles
By Michael Giles IT’S a proud boast of Surf Lifesaving Victoria that no one has ever drowned on a Victorian beach while swimming between the flags. So, the message is pretty simple. If you’ve got kids or people in your group without a recognised
The neighbours who pitched in and helped with the clean-up including from left. Ken O’Neill, Jan Schultz, Jeannie O’Neill and grandson Gus, organiser John French, Gary Jungwirth, Tony Smith, Peter Sutton, David Schultz, Rhonda Sutton, Margaret Bristow, coordinator Viv French and Jim Allen. Also helping was Geoff Pullen and Anne Jungwirth. This was only 2 hours into the working bee so everyone was still looking energetic.
A working bee by neighbours was held on Saturday, December 30 to help a neighbour with health issues clean up his house and garden. A 30 cubic metre skip was used. Bass Coast Council was asked by the organiser John French to provide free
When will something get done about drivers doing right-hand turns into angle parking spots in the main streets of Wonthaggi? You commence to back out from a parking spot then check for traffic coming up the road, then you also have to check the
On the Saturday before Christmas, representatives from the Korumburra Rotary Club and the St Vincent de Paul Society welcomed families to the tables of toys provided by the Korumburra residents to the Rotary Club Tree at the Korumburra Pharmacy. A steady stream of mums
I am completely bewildered. Is Inverloch going to be teeming with flies, mice and rats over the next few weeks as rubbish bins overflow with the influx of holiday makers to our usually beautiful town? I have been boasting about Bass Coast Council’s foresight