Letters Archive

Election only thing saving this council

by Michael Giles THE trouble with the South Gippsland Shire Council is expected to escalate over the next four to five weeks but it seems unlikely that the State Government will sack the council before its Saturday, November 24 election. However, that’s the only

Try again

On August 22 I shopped in Leongatha, visited the wonderful library and realising the council was meeting, I attended. There were just three public attendees – some democracy. I was intrigued at the general council politeness between the members, sweetness and light was clearly

Christmas at Coronet Bay

In reply to Sue Cashin, Meeniyan; there is a Community Christmas Lunch held on Christmas Day at the Coronet Bay Community Hall. The Christmas Lunch is for those people in our community who are on their own on Christmas Day for whatever reason. This

Government divided

Your paper (page 5, August 28, Gippsland MPs keep their jobs) predicted ‘a brave face was put on’ by various Liberal National Party Ministers, who originally served in the Turnbull Government, and following the carnage in Canberra, and with incredible political good luck, got

Council on the right track

The South Gippsland Action Group wants to give its support to our councillors in this time under the scrutiny of the government appointed monitor. This fairly new council has shelved the unpopular Municipal Precinct development and is moving in the right direction with the