On Saturday, March 14, ninety women and five men from the length and breadth of Bass Coast and beyond, joined the Bass Coast Community Foundation to celebrate International Women’s Day, and the launch of a special fund to support Bass Coast women and their
We are in the midst of an emergency crisis, which according to expert economists could be as dramatic as the great depression and lead to up to 20 per cent unemployment. This is likely to go on for at least 18 months. Businesses and
Re Sentinel-Times article. Dad (Jack Legg) showed me this story in the local rag, he laughed. He is an old fisherman from San Remo and Cape Paterson. He has told us years ago that all pelicans head into central Australia for breeding. This may
The sky is falling, it’s the end of the world. We are running out of food and toilet paper… we are all gonna die with soiled bums! No, no, no stop it, just stop it! The best thing we can all do at the
According to the Premier Daniel Andrews schools set to close on March 24.
The Victorian Premier has issued the following statement at 2.50pm today Sunday, March 22, 2020. I will inform National Cabinet tonight that Victoria will proceed over the next 48 hours to implement a shutdown of all non-essential activity across our state to combat the
Sheryl cut the cake to celebrate 40 years at Bass Coast Health.
A FAMILIAR face to many, Sheryl Mark has been a part of the Wonthaggi Hospital since 1980. Back in those days, according to Sheryl, the price of a hospital meal was around 45c and there was only one computer in the entire facility! As
Squibbly Dibbly, ridden by Caitlin King, took out first place in the Ray White Phillip Island Maidens. Mm351120
SUNSHINE and fine racing capped off another great season for the Woolamai and District Racing Club with the final meet on Sunday. The Phillip Island Health Hub Race Day featured six races, with $5 from every ticket going towards the Health Hub. Stagecraft, trained
The construction site on the Inverloch Surf Beach, where crews were at work last Wednesday, won’t be cleaned up for several more weeks, as DELWP announces a revised completion date for the geotextile container wall. kg011120
UNSEASONAL weather conditions and high tides have hampered the installation of the 70-metre geotextile container wall along the Surf Life Saving Club area of the Inverloch foreshore. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) said this meant the end date would be
OMK’s Paul Harper made 26 runs at last Saturday's B1 match at Outtrim.
THE Leongatha and District Cricket Association (LDCA) has called off this weekend’s grand finals, following a meeting of the committee of management (COM) last night (Wednesday, March 18). “We know many people in our South Gippsland cricket community will be disappointed with this decision,
Sergeant Clive Smith will retire on Friday after 45 years as a police, including the last 20 years as officer in charge at Korumburra. gm031120
By Tracey Matthies LONG-TIME Korumburra Police Sergeant Clive Smith was hoping to shut the door quietly this week on a 45-year career. “I just wanted to slip out the back with no hoo ha or fanfare,” the local who has spent 20 years as
Phillip Island’s Codie Jeffery goes deep at the first-ever wave pool event run in Australia in Melbourne at the weekend, but due to the coronavirus restrictions, without spectators. Photo Credit: Elley Harrison and Surfing Victoria.
SURFING Victoria made history last weekend with the first wave-pool event in Australia – the 2020 Melbourne Pool Party presented by URBNSURF. And Phillip Island was well represented with local surfers making it through to the finals, both men and women. Bringing together more
Border Collie cross Kelpie Jonty is very happy he can now move in with his dad. mm010720
RENTERS can now keep a pet in their rental property with written consent from their rental provider. The new laws will make it easier for both renters and rental providers to understand their rights and obligations when it comes to allowing and keeping pets