Sentinel Times, Managaing Director, Michael Giles
By Michael Giles Kevin James Swallow summed up the situation at the South Gippsland Shire Council perfectly last week with a post on the Sentinel-Times’ Facebook page, as follows: “They are too funny to stay there. Put them all on a reality TV show, it
I feel I must in a small way seek to set the story straight about the developments that have just occurred within the South Gippsland Shire Council in recent days. Rather than creating a situation of mayhem as I gather some are trying to
There are some places that, when I enter, a feeling of joy invades my senses. One is my home and one other, is the Bass Coast Mobile Library Bus. The array of books to choose from, the people I meet, some known to me
I along with 200 other residents attended a meeting on January 21 to oppose the location of the proposed skate park. Since then council has failed to address any of our concerns. Now we are being told by people from outside San Remo that
Not too far to the North-East lies the Mt. Baw Baw plateau, in winter South Gippsland’s closest snowfield, and in summer a good spot for hiking. It is one of the wettest places in Victoria with an average rainfall of more than 1.8 metres.