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Candidate to contest charges

By Evelyn Leckie A HEARING date in March next year has been set for former state election candidate Meralyn Klein who will contest assault charges. Klein allegedly elbowed a volunteer at Whittlesea Early Voting Centre during...

MP supports men’s shed

By Jackson Russell AS part of Men’s Shed Week, Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell visited the Romsey Men’s Shed on Wednesday to show his support on their journey towards getting a physical shed. The Romsey Men’s...

Tiger’s homecoming

By Jackson Russell Lancefield Football Netball Club is hoping the return of a home grown talent will kick start the club’s rebuilding efforts in the 2020 Riddell District Football Netball League season. Tom Waters is returning...

Park’s hero piece funded

By Jackson Russell Stage two of the Romsey Ecotherapy Park will go ahead after Macedon Ranges Shire Council allocated $702,000 to complete the sensory therapeutic space and arts and...

Athlete’s gold medal win

By Sydney Beattie Returning from Queensland with a gold medal to show was a highlight of the Oceania Masters Athletics Championships for Graeme Sayer. Mr...

Golden awards for teenager

By Evelyn Leckie Monageetta teenager Josh Murray spent his 19th birthday claiming three awards at the Macedon Ranges Business Awards Night last week. ‘Josh’s Rainbow Eggs’...

Sporting stars’ success

By Jackson RussellRomsey Football Netball Club superstars have achieved the two highest individual honours at the Riddell league best and fairest awards. Defender Stefanie Symes took home the...

Aged care shift

By Evelyn Leckie MACEDON Ranges Council will stop providing selected aged care home support services as a response to ongoing Commonwealth reforms in the aged and disability services...

Redbacks’ finals fall

By Jackson Russell Romsey will look to regroup after a first-up loss to Riddell District Football Netball League minor premiers Diggers Rest in their qualifying final on Saturday. In...

Doctor signs off

By Jackson Russell After half a century as a doctor and 33 years in the Lancefield community, Dr Paul Carter is hanging up the stethoscope. Born...