“My son is actually a really good person. He’s kind and funny, highly intelligent and very accomplished,” said Wendy. “Ice turned him into a monster.”
By Anne Tindall I AM constantly hearing about the drug Ice so thought I would find out more about it. I spoke to the Acting Senior Sergeant, Andy Boldiston, at the Wonthaggi Police Station and First Step Operations Manager, Gayle Wood and a very
Sentinel Times, Managaing Director, Michael Giles
By Michael Giles IT’S time that State Government authorities cleared up one thing for the people of Wonthaggi and Bass Coast, a concern that revolves around the use and abuse of that most hideous of drugs, Ice. Every region in the state has a
Car crashes are not a good look for tourism on Phillip Island.
This pic is from corner of Settlement and McKenzie in Cowes, Friday, January 6, not particularly busy time or place. Obviously it’s ruined somebody’s holiday and not a good look for passing traffic. In any kind of enterprise, repeat business is better, in every
Can we have a review now please? The previous Bass Coast Shire Council voted in favour of the demand from Phillip Island Stand Alone for a review of Bass Coast Shire’s financial performance, in particular their failure to fund Island projects. Just because the
Doesn’t’ it all happen down here, on the day after Boxing Day? Trees were damaged at the kids playground on Katherine Circuit. A large lump was taken from large and not so healthy tree trunk, obvious hazard for children. Branches were torn from tree
Re: ‘Grave restoration provides spark for a wider outcome’, Sentinel-Times, Wednesday, December 28; while the Wonthaggi RSL grant application to restore the important Padfield grave was not successful, we will be looking at other ways and other grants to fund this restoration in the
The LDCA under 14s remained undefeated to win the Country Week carnival. The winning team were, back, Liam Dyson, Jareth Hume (coach), Billy Manicaro, Callum Buckland, Jacob Whiteside, Evan Allaway, Xavier Robertson, Heath Dobbie and Warren Williams (team manager). Front, Jacob Strickland, Darcy Hume, Josh Williams (co-captain), Keith Robinson (co-captain), Ethan Lamers and Bailey Harvey.
THE under 14 LDCA team has remained undefeated throughout Junior Country Week to be named champions of Gippsland. Playing 40-over matches on synthetic wickets throughout the LDCA, the side survived a couple of close calls to win five matches. Phillip Island’s Keith Robinson made
Dale Wyhoon in action for Korumburra against Leongatha Town at Scorpion Park on Saturday. n220217
• A Grade, Division 1 A STUNNING hat-trick by Korumburra’s Luke Zanchetta has set up a dominant win over Leongatha Town in A Grade Division One at Scorpion Park. Zanchetta was in the action early when he trapped opener Damian Burge lbw with the
By Craig Edmonds of Jim’s Bait and Tackle, San Remo WE have been waiting a while this season and finally Saturday produced an almost perfect day for the offshore fishermen. The conditions weren’t 100 per cent like the forecast but it was perfect for
The historic Beard family property at Pound Creek, which has been owned by the family for 95 years, is set for auction.
HAVING been in the same family for nearly 100 years, the Beard farm at Pound Creek is now being put up for auction. The 183 acres of land in three titles has been with the Beard family for 95 years, originally purchased by Lloyd
A small crowd of usual buyers were present at the sale of fat cattle and sheep at the Koonwarra saleyards. Ms070217
THE first fat cattle sale for 2017 saw prices rise by 10c at the Koonwarra saleyards. Approximately 640 trade and export steers, and 350 young cattle were penned for sale on Wednesday, January 4, with the usual group of buyers present. “Prices are up
Dylan Balkay and Charlotte Markowitsch drove from Melbourne to attend their first Kustom Nats event at San Remo on Friday, January 6.
FOR devotees of the customised car movement in Australia, attending the Kustom Nats on Phillip Island is an annual highlight of the social calendar. A swarm of gleaming customised vintage cars descended upon Phillip Island on Friday, January 6 for a weekend of show
Owen Geoghegan of Anchor Parade heard his microwave blow up in the night and later found damage to his DVD player but, after reading the AusNet claims form he’s concerned about the chances of getting replacements.
“HOW can they approve a new 900-lot subdivision if they can’t handle the number of houses they’ve got here now!” That was the response from one Cape Paterson resident after the power was cut to 120 homes last Friday morning as a result, according