Community

Wallan gets its heart

The exciting transformation of Wallan’s town heart is taking shape, with a number of key elements finished or almost complete and the project on track to be finalised over the coming months. The North Central...

Coming together for volunteering

WHITTLESEA Community Connections, Whittlesea Community House, the Whittlesea Library and the City of Whittlesea joined forces on Friday afternoon to hold a volunteer expo on Church Street. Community groups from the Whittlesea area, including the...

Tallarook rebuild boost

By Joshua Wells THE Mitchell Shire Council is expected to receive up to $200,000 from the state government to help rebuild the Tallarook Mechanics Institute. During a public meeting on Tuesday, May 15, Member for Northern...

Community nabs new bus

By Joshua Wells A NEW community bus will be available to members of the community in Whittlesea which will aim to assist 80 local volunteers in their program delivery. Whittlesea Community House manager Mary-Lynn Griffith was...

Ray Carroll’s plea to government

ONE of Kilmore’s longest serving football coaches, has taken aim at the state government for ‘sinking more money’ into Melbourne’s stadiums instead of helping out in the country and outer suburbs. Ray Carroll slammed a...

Government pledge up to $200,000 for Tallarook rebuild

By Joshua WellsEXCLUSIVE: THE Mitchell Shire Council is expected to receive up to $200,000 from the state government to help rebuild the Tallarook Mechanics Institute.During a public meeting on Tuesday, May 15, Member for...

Boost for local projects

The Victorian Government’s Pick My Project fund is designed so that the community are able to have their say on the projects they want to get funded. The state budget, released last week, has $30...

Broadford Pony Club vandalised

by Jackson Russell THE Broadford Pony Club was the victim of a random act of vandalism on Friday, April 4 when fences around its dressage arena and between two of its paddocks at Broadford Common...

Council to ask for monitor

By Joshua Wells  THE City of Whittlesea Council will formally ask the government to request a municipal monitor for six months after a heated special meeting on Tuesday, May 8. The special meeting was called by...

Community gutted

by Ian Blyth THE Tallarook community is gutted following the fire at the weekend that destroyed the town’s Mechanics Institute and irreplaceable memorabilia that the hall contained. Saturday night was a sad night for the Tallarook...