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The North Central Review is an independently owned newspaper publishing company based in Kilmore that is responsible for publishing two community newspapers each week, covering communities within the Mitchell Shire

Nominations for the Victorian Senior Awards are now open.

The State Government is asking Victorians to submit their nominations for the awards, to celebrate seniors who they believe deserve recognition for their contributions to the community.

There are six different categories available for nomination:

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Premier’s Award for Victorian Senior of the Year for outstanding contribution to local community and Victoria, Promotion of Multiculturalism Award for promoting the benefits of cultural diversity, Healthy and Active Living Award for helping create active and healthy communities, Veteran Community Award for exceptional contributions to the veteran community, Ageing Well Award for combating ageism and promoting ageing well initiatives, and Council on the Ageing Victorian Senior Achiever Award for significant contribution to local communities and Victoria.

This year, the ceremony will be held in October to coincide with the Victorian Seniors Festival.

Minister for Ageing Ingrid Stitt encouraged members of the community to nominate their unsung heroes.

“I encourage Victorians to identify the inspiring older people in their lives and put them forward for well-deserved recognition,” she said.

Nominations will remain open until August 11. Nominees must be 60 and over, or 50 and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

To make a nomination, please visit

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