WHERE has 2018 gone? It only seems like yesterday that the year started, but as the days, weeks and months kept rolling by, we find ourselves getting ready to spend the holiday break with family and friends.
Corner Inlet is a great place to live, with more and more city people finding this part of the world and becoming an integral part of the local community.
With drought affecting a large part of the country, South Gippsland is certainly a lot luckier than most of our neighbours who are doing it tough all over the State.
We at The Mirror enjoy bringing the weekly edition which covers local issues, news, sports and the arts and crafts to everyone. We really do try to focus on our own area and not become too involved in outside issues that don’t affect us.
The holidays are a great time to explore our region, whether it’s the beaches, Wilsons Promontory, or even some our the outback roads which traverse around the Shire of South Gippsland. Wherever you go, make sure you take it easy on the roads, as there is always a lot more traffic at this time of the year.
We would like to thank everyone who contributes to our paper every week and look forward to a fantastic 2019 which is just around the corner.
The last Mirror for 2018 will be available on Boxing Day, December 26. The office will close on Friday, December 21 for two weeks, re-opening on Friday, January 4, 2019.
There will be no edition on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
All the best for the holiday season from proprietors Rob and Jenny Best, accounts manager Carol Stewart, printer and compositor Wayne Angwin, typesetter Gavin Westaway and our newest addition, journalist Matt Dunn.