The shark is still enclosed in a tank at the Giant Earthworm Museum, more than seven years since the business closed.
A PRESERVED five-metre shark – which died in 1998 – will be removed from an abandoned building in Bass. Police have received up to a dozen calls a night over the last two weeks, regarding trespassers. The abandoned Wildlife Wonderland Giant Earthworm Museum, near
Work by Bass Coast poet Ruby McCartney is on display at Wonthaggi Library, and is not to be missed.
THE world of Bass Coast poetry has a new star, and her name is Ruby McCartney. Ruby, 11, a student at Inverloch Primary School, produced a poetry book in class, and then accidentally left it Wonthaggi Library, where it was discovered by the library’s
THE way is now cleared for the Great Southern Rail Trail to be extended from Leongatha to Nyora. South Gippsland Shire CEO Tim Tamlin last week met with Peter Chau, Executive General Manager of Property at VicTrack to sign a heads of agreement document
CFA incident controller for the Grantville bushfire, Paul Carrigg, said firefighters would remain at the reserve until the fire was completely extinguished. mm040719
THE recent Grantville bushfire started on a day of fairly “benign” conditions, emphasising the need for everyone to be prepared and have a bushfire plan, according to firefighters. Two separate lightning strikes were the cause of the bushfire in the Grantville Nature Reserve, which