Community

Only the beginning for Romsey Ecotherapy Park

by Jackson Russell THE Romsey Ecotherapy Park committee is celebrating the first stage of the park’s completion, but said there is much more work to do. The committee met with Liberal candidate for Macedon Amanda Millar...

Jaws dropping affair

by Joshua Wells WITH the advent of the internet, urban myths are quickly debunked and corrected almost instantly but despite this, the ‘Mernda Back Beach’ has gained considerable traction on social media. After taking a ‘stroll’...

Wallan Student Wins Scholarship

ONE of four Royal Flying Doctor Service ‘Give Them wings’ scholarships has been awarded to Wallan occupational therapy student Chelsea Mussett. The $2500 scholarship is offered by the service’s Victorian branch to support first year...

Riding proud

BROADFORD Paralympian, Joann Formosa OAM has been honoured by the Broadford Lions Club with a sign at the entrance to the town she grew up in. The sign was designed and produced by Lion Bill...

Bringing people together with food

by Jackson Russell ROMSEY and Lancefield Neighbourhood Houses are joining forces to help provide a place for people to get around the community but also help those who struggle to meet their food needs. The Feed...

Kilmore’s huge cheerleading win

By Joshua Wells JUST moments before the Kilmore Arctics Cheer and Dance squad took to the stage for their first ever competition, head coach Ashley White tinkered with their learned routine to change it up. The...

Wallan falls to third place

By Joshua Wells  WALLAN Magpies Football has fallen to third place on the ladder following their second loss of the year. At Greenhill Reserve, the Macedon Cats, who are the reigning champions, came with clear intent...

Des is RSL vice president

FORMER Mitchell Shire councillor, Des Callaghan OAM, has been elected vice president of RSL Victoria. Proving that there is life after council, the Broadford resident was voted into the senior position at the state conference...

A vision for Mitchell

A VISION to develop a thriving business and investment climate in Mitchell Shire has been launched by the Mitchell Business Network. Business Network Chairman, Bruce Nichols, said that the aim of the Business Vision for...

Ballads against bullying

A NIGHT of jazz and musical theatre in Kyneton is raising money to implement anti-bullying and cyberbullying programs in schools. Thomas Currie’s show, The Curtain Rises, features the 19-year-old and pianist Geoffrey Scarlett performing music...