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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Community

NBN rollout splits communities

by Jackson Russell RESIDENTS in Gisborne and Riddells Creek have expressed their concern with the quality of service the National Broadband Network (NBN) is delivering. Federal Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell said the government’s technology choices...

Pokies play Whittlesea

CITY of Whittlesea Mayor Kris Pavlidis has joined mayors from five other metropolitan councils to publicly launch The Alliance for Gambling Reform’s policies. The Alliance, formed by Tim Costello, wants maximum $1 bets at poker...

Nominating a hero

LIAM BIRCH has nominated the man who saved his life for a First Aid Champion Award. The young Wallan footballer, who is recovering from a cardiac arrest he suffered recently, made the call to nominate...

Seniors park officially opens

A SENIORS group in Mernda is calling on the City of Whittlesea to expand their seniors’ exercise park program through the region. The calls come off the back of the City of Whittlesea’s announcement a...

Kinders improving outdoor areas

FOUR Macedon Ranges kindergartens are set to benefit from nearly $25,000 in grants that will provide kids with improved outdoor play spaces. The funding comes through the state government’s Minor Infrastructure Refurbishment grants, which provides...

Child safety near schools a priority

COMMUNITY concerns are growing about school safety in Kilmore, particularly around Kilmore-Lancefield Road and Conway Street, Kilmore. Former school crossing Officer Denise Galea spoke about her concerns of the roads network near four local schools...

Kilmore set to install game changing GoodSAM device

KILMORE Ambulance Station has installed an Automatic Electronic Defibrillator (AED) in the hopes of saving local lives. Ambulance Victoria Acting Team Manager Kilmore Nick Smailes said the funds used to purchase were from community groups,...

Lights for Lancefield Park

A LIBERAL Nationals government will contribute $250,000 to upgrade the lighting on the Lancefield Park oval if they were to be elected in the upcoming state election. The 110 lux lighting upgrade will enable playing...

Child hit by car in Kilmore

by Joshua Wells A CHILD is recovering after being hit by a vehicle on Rutledge Street, Kilmore, at 3.30pm on Wednesday, July 25. St Patrick's Primary School principal Michael Bourne confirmed to North Central Review a...

Motorists urged to avoid Hume after horror smash

A PERSON, or people, may have become trapped within one or more vehicles following a smash on the Hume Highway Outbound Amaroo Ramp at 4pm on Tuesday, July 24. Following Triple 000 calls, emergency services...