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Simon Overland takes indefinite leave

By Evelyn Leckie City of Whittlesea chief executive Simon Overland has taken indefinite leave from his leadership position, saying his health and safety have been significantly affected due to recent changes in council. It comes a...

Lancefield musician to release album

LANCEFIELD musician Alex Shepherdley is just one of the talented Kangan students contributing to an original music album “Ellipses”. Mr Shepherdley’s contribution involves playing in six of the nine songs on the album, two of...

Kilmore Cup at Seymour

By ‘Pegs’ KILMORE Racing Club will host its 2019 listed Kilmore Cup at Seymour racecourse on Sunday. The club hasn’t raced on its home track since the 2018 Kilmore Cup in November due to extensive track...

Kilmore Show calling for entries

The Kilmore Agricultural show on December 7 promises to provide a fun day out for the entire family. The show is celebrating its 157th year this year, making it one of the oldest agricultural shows...

Zonta art and craft show

By Jordyn Grubisic ZONTA International is hosting a community art and craft show on Saturday and Sunday to begin the 16 Days of Activism campaign. The show, at Gavan Hall in Broadford, will also raise money...

Solar battery rebate now open to more homes

MORE residents in Melbourne’s north are now able to apply for a solar Victoria battery rebate, as part of a state-wide expansion of 80 extra postcodes. Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green joined Minister for...

New Indian playgroup for Beveridge

BEVERIDGE Primary School will receive a $25,000 grant to establish an Indian playgroup for the area. Minister for Education James Merlino announced Beveridge to be among the 11 Victorian schools to be awarded funding as...

Students seek positive reputation

By Jordyn Grubisic Wallan Secondary College’s VET music industry students are organising a live music event to improve the reputation of the school and Wallan community. The free event, called Wallan Unplugged, allows students throughout the...

Police raid Wallan home for drugs

A DRUG bust in Wallan has led police to charge three people with possession of methylamphetamine and one person with drug trafficking, possession of prohibited weapons and other related offences. Sergeant Bob Derrett, from Seymour...

Seymour garden opens for the community

A DAY of live music, food and children’s entertainment is not to be missed as the Seymour Community Garden officially opens on Saturday. The event will begin at 9.30am, at 8-10 Victoria Street, with a...