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Panther junior successful in finals

By Jackson RussellTWO Wallan Panthers’ junior representatives sides’ Victorian Junior Basketball League premierships created a weekend of ‘firsts’ for the club. The Panthers’ under 14 girls’ was...

Around Australia in a FJ Holden

By Jackson Russell A Kilmore resident has returned from the road trip of a lifetime, taking his 1955 FJ Holden around Australia as part of the Repco Reliability Retrial 2019.Mark Abela spent...

Bendigo Bank gives back

Nine Country Fire Authority units and one State Emergeny Service unit each received $3000 from the Wallan, Kilmore and Broadford branches of the Bendigo Bank. The grants were given by the Wallan...

Uncleared block causes concern

Evelyn and Ken Clifton’s 10-year fight to clear a block of land containing shrubs, trees and rubbish in their street in Broadford continues.The couple believe the contents on the block poses fire...

Fire restrictions on the way

Declarations of Fire Danger Periods in each Victorian munipality are on the way. The Country Fire Authorty has declared last week the first municipality to enter the Fire Danger Period this season...

Accessibility concerns in Kilmore

By Jackson Russell Residents are growing concerned with the lack of access for the disabled and elderly around Kilmore, especially through the town’s main street. People using wheelchairs or walking frames are...

Tram collection derailed at Bylands

By Jackson Russell The Tramway Museum Society of Victoria is concerned it could lose the world’s only complete collection of W-Class trams if it’s unable to renegotiate an almost 25-year old agreement...

Vietnam veterans receive 22 years of support

By Evelyn LeckieOVER the past 22 years, Tony Comley has raised more than $1 million for Vietnam war veterans, with the help of Whittlesea businesses.

Golden awards for teenager

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

Beveridge plan unveiled

By Jackson RussellPlanning to develop a 1250-hectare piece of land north-west of Beveridge, set to include up to 16,200 homes, is now at the community consultation stage.