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Information about the volunteer groups that help Council manage 42 kilometres of foreshore in Bass Coast Shire
This week, Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari pays tribute to veteran fire fighter, Mr Bill Slade who died while volunteering to help with battling the Omeo bushfire and praises local emergency services and volunteers who controlled and managed the Grantville grass fire.
This week, Mayor Cr Brett Tessari reflects on Christmas and gets excited for the new year, urges all beachgoers to be safe in the water and applauds the amazing efforts of local volunteers who put on another incredible Bass Coast Agricultural Show
I am constantly reminded of our generous and compassionate community spirit and the dedication of volunteers across our Shire. The recent emergency situation during the bushfire in the Grantville area, near Adams Estate, highlighted just how deeply these qualities run through our community
This week, Mayor Cr Brett Tessari chats about celebrating the Bass Coast community and has his fingers crossed for some funding
A new Friends of Grantville and District Memorial Park group is being established
This week, Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari commends the efforts of emergency services and Council outdoor staff after recent wild weather and congratulates local sporting clubs on recent achievements.
This week, Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari chats about his role on the Mayoral Advisory Panel, sinks his teeth in to surfing and talks about the value of Valentine's Day.
Bass Coast Shire Council distributed $127,000 to 46 community groups last Wednesday night, for Round two of the 2019 Community Grants Program
In this week's Mayor's Message, Cr Brett Tessari reflects on recent bushfire events, chats about arts and culture, riffs on Inverloch's annual Jazz Festival and comments on Phillip Island Nature Parks' 30 year Conservation Vision
Join Mayor Cr Brett Tessari as he chats about what's going on in the Shire this week
Join Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari as he chats about what is going on around the Shire this week
This week, Deputy Mayor Cr Bruce Kent reflects on the tragic road accident that occurred in Bass Coast recently
Work on an extension to the Wonthaggi Railway Station Museum has begun as part of Bass Coast Shire Council’s Capital Works Program.
Bass Coast Shire Council has allocated $127,000 to 43 community groups, in Round One of the 2020 Community Grants Program
Bass Coast Shire Council presented the first round of its 2019 Community Grants Program last Thursday, at the Archies Creek Hall
In this week’s Mayor’s Message, Cr Brett Tessari reflects on the incredible community spirit shown in response to the destructive bushfires currently burning across the state
This week, Mayor Cr Brett Tessari chats about continuing conversations, engaging with local youth and long weekend fun in Inverloch
There are seven cemeteries in Bass Coast. We manage the Wonthaggi and San Remo Cemeteries on behalf on the Department of Health and Human Services
Stage 1 of the change and social room facility renewal at the Dalyston Recreation Reserve is now complete, with Stage 2 now underway
This week Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari chats about the Budget, what's on at the Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre and the upcoming Phillip Island Festival of Stories
This week Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari chats about some Council Meeting decisions, the State Government's erosion funding announcement and the value of community led committees
This week, Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari chats about Phillip Island’s Festival of Stories, the importance of community spirit and has some reminders about ongoing community consultation opportunities
Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari chats about what happened around the Shire this week
Bass Coast Shire Council has received $1.2 million in grant funding to deliver the Guide Park Redevelopment and Dalyston Netball Club projects from Sport and Recreation Victoria.
In this week's Mayor's Message, Cr Brett Tessari congratulates local Australia Day Honours recipients, talks cycling as the Herald Sun Tour kicks off and reminds us all to stay safe around schools, now students are back in class
Bass Coast Shire Council announced Wonthaggi’s Deb Rielly as the 2019 Bass Coast Citizen of the Year at the Australia Day Awards presentation tonight.
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Mat Bowtell from Cowes was announced as the 2021 Bass Coast Citizen of the Year and Wonthaggi’s Margaret Sand as the 2021 Bass Coast Young Citizen of the Year.