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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...

Two Kilmore tobacco shops raided

Police executed a search warrant on Kilmore Gifts Cigarette Accessories.Police raided two Kilmore shops last week for allegedly selling illicit tobacco. Police searched Kilmore Gifts Cigarette Accessories...

Shopping development moves forward

By Jackson Russell Land will be ready for a new shopping centre to be built in Kilmore’s north, pending rezoning approval by the Minister for Planning. Mitchell Shire councillors agreed at last...

Cafe granted restricted liquor licence

By Jackson RussellOddfellows Café in Kilmore has been granted a liquor licence but a request to serve alcohol in its alfresco dining area in Mill Street Mall was...

Kinglake supermarket reopens

By Jackson Russell Kinglake finally has its supermarket back with the opening of Kinglake Community Foodworks on Wednesday. Owners Dora and Geoff Kordos, along with their children Evan, Peter and Alex, have...

Cheese-maker uproar

By Jackson RussellThe City of Whittlesea has thrown its support behind local cheesemakers to fight a proposed free-trade agreement between Australia and the European Union that would remove...

Bunnings approved for Seymour

By Jackson RussellOne of the country’s biggest hardware retailers Bunnings Warehouse will build a new store in Seymour.Mitchell Shire Council has received a planning permit application for Bunnings Warehouse’s new site at...

Budget approved

By Jackson RussellMitchell Shire Council’s 2019-20 budget was adopted at Monday’s council meeting, but it was far from unanimous.The budget includes $7.13 million...

Politics plays with property market

By Evelyn LeckieExperts are hopeful for brighter times in the real estate market, following the Coalition being re-elected and the announcement of the State Budget last month.Real Estate Institute of Victoria president...

New premises for North Central Review

The North Central Review will move into a new premises this week - at 3/87 Sydney Street, Kilmore.After nearly 60 years of publishing newspapers in its current premises,...