Sentinel Times, Managaing Director, Michael Giles
By Michael Giles Three words; boring, boring, boring! It’s an all too familiar refrain from many as we close in on another Federal election on Saturday, May 18. In fact, early voting centres open next Monday week, on April 29. And who can blame
Kitty O’Brien’s letter headed ‘Don’t bulldoze Burra’s history’ (Letters, April 9) rightly asks us to consider Korumburra’s built heritage and how it can be incorporated into our town’s development. Adjacent to the Korumburra library complex in King Street are three homes of differing styles.
We heard it from both our Mayor, Mr Don Hill and CEO, Mr Tim Tamlin – Council will continue to “function as normal” whilst the troubles are worked through. Given that is the case, I am left wondering why the South Gippsland Shire (SGS)
Last week l put an online petition onto www.change.org/p/susan-davies-keep-south-gippsland-shire-council-democracy-matters It reads: “We, the signatories to this petition, ask the Victorian Minister for Local Government to immediately reinstate the elected Council for South Gippsland Shire. “We do not want un-elected, appointed Commissioners making decisions for
It was great to see so many local residents in Leongatha last week to meet the candidates for the Climate Election. Looks like we have a few good options in the seat of Monash in this election and, overwhelmingly, all agreed that we need