Community

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...

A tale of two stations

By Ian BlythTHE car park at Wandong Railway Station is bursting at the seams while just 11 kilometres up the road at Kilmore East, the new car park extension contains – on a good...

Bypass is back

By Joshua Wells and Ian Blyth THE Kilmore bypass is back on the government’s agenda with $20 million allocated for land reservation in tonight’s state budget, potentially bringing the community closer to a truck free...

Roundabout delivered

by Jackson Russell THE Romsey community are winners in this year’s state budget, with the sought after roundabout set to be built at the intersection of Main Street and Barry Street as part of $941...

Funding to make a splash in Whittlesea

By Joshua Wells CITY of Whittlesea councillors have clashed on the Proposed Annual Budget 2018/19 which was approved by councillors last week. The City of Whittlesea is set to separate waste charges from their rates in...

Anzac services

DISTRICT Anzac services and marches will be conducted throughout the district on April 25, 2018. The following information has been provided by the respective organisers. Broadford March and commemorative service. Step off is at the...

Budget battle

by Ian Blyth ROADS and a return to an operating surplus underpin the 2018-2019 Mitchell Shire Council draft budget. With roads one of the community’s top priorities, the draft budget includes $7.07 million for road maintenance...

In the money

ROMSEY Primary School is the big winner in the news that the Victorian Budget 2018/19 will invest $19.6 million across the Macedon Ranges towards building and upgrading schools. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas visited the...

Light it up

By Joshua Wells WHITTLESEA is one step closer to having the lights on Church Street upgraded with North Ward Councillor Tom Joseph set to move a motion to have $160,000 allocated to the township at...

Man arrested after allegedly causing Whittlesea crash

By Joshua Wells A 32-year-old Nunawading man was arrested in Whittlesea this morning following an accident on April 8 along Plenty Road. Police allege the man’s car had been erratically overtaking a number of other vehicles...