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Classic wheels on display at Broadford Show ‘n’ Shine

By Tricia Mifsud BROADFORD Cars and Coffee celebrated its first birthday on February 20 with a gathering of 150 cars, 12 motorbikes and their owners along High Street, Broadford. The group was an idea by club...

Lancefield Truck Display welcomes enthusiasts and families this weekend

UP to 200 trucks will make a pit stop at Lancefield this weekend for the Lancefield Truck Display as part of the American Truck Historical Society, ATHS, Australian Chapter. Jenny Cotterell, from the ATHS Australian...

Seymour car show set to return

SEYMOUR’S Kings Park will next month host its annual Show ‘n’ Shine event, bringing together car enthusiasts and the community after extended separation. Hosted by the Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn in conjunction with Seymour...

Wallan Secondary College to host young driver program

THE Mitchell Proactive Policing Unit invites young drivers and their families to attend the Cool Heads Young Driver program, aiming to remove the effects caused by fatal and serious injury collisions on roads. Cool Heads,...

Shortage of skilled automotive workers a ‘serious’ concern

A SHORTAGE of skilled workers in the automotive industry is one of the key issues to emerge from an automotive support organisation, Capricorn. In its second annual state of the nation report, Capricorn, who commissioned...

Broadford residents oppose proposed motorsport circuit due to noise concerns

By Colin MacGillivray A BROADFORD resident has questioned the effectiveness of noise restriction enforcement in Mitchell Shire while encouraging Glenaroua residents to oppose a proposed motorsport facility in the region. A planning permit application lodged with...

No more appointments: Learner driver tests are moving online

Prospective learner drivers will soon be able to take their permit tests online with the rollout of a new State Government program. The changes to learner permits means new drivers can take their test without...

Holden exit hits Seymour dealership

By Jackson Russell One of Mitchell Shire’s oldest car dealerships has been left shocked by General Motors’ sudden closure of iconic Australian brand Holden. The decision to close 185 dealerships across Australia was part of a...

Fire reignites wire barrier debate

SAFETY concerns about wire-rope barriers have been reignited by a witness of the Hume Freeway near Clonbinane fires earlier this month. The witness called into 3AW radio station saying they had seen the incident unfold...

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 28 days...