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CWA unites to support regional patients

By Eden HynninenThe Country Women’s Association Central Highlands Group has raised close to $5500 to support family accommodation for regional patients at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. The group made a...

Property prices continue to rise

Property prices in the Mitchell Shire continue to increase, bucking the downward trend of metropolitan Melbourne. Mitchell’s average lot price was $294,000 over the past three months to May increased from $285,000...

Waste dumped in Beveridge

A large amount of industrial waste dumped on a roadside south of Beveridge could cost ratepayers more than $30,000 to clean up. Mitchell Shire Council is treating the material dumped in Donovans...

Seymour family granted residency

By Eden Hynninen After facing imminent deportation, Seymour’s Christine and Tony Hyde, and son Darragh, can remain living Australia after being given a ministerial reprieve. Three-year-old Darragh had previously been classified by...

Macedon Ranges adopts 2019/20 budget

Macedon Ranges Shire Council has allocated $1.5 million in additional grants to finish road projects and support matters relating to community submissions, when finalising the budget on Wednesday.Council adopted the Budget Report...

Mitchell Shire talent showcase

By Steph McNicol A chance for the youth of the Mitchell Shire to showcase their musical talent drew a crowd last week at Kilmore’s Old Kilmore Gaol.Montville Lane Sessions producer David Blake...

Council aligned

By Eden HynninenCouncillors were united at the Macedon Ranges Shire Council meeting after resolving two development matters in Riddells Creek and Gisborne on Wednesday night.

Council ban shock

By Eden HynninenLancefield's Robert Green is shocked after being banned from entering Macedon Ranges Shire Council offices following an ongoing development issue.On June...

Powerful voices given to Indigenous youth

By Evelyn Leckie Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner Jill Gallagher spread the word to Mernda College's Aboriginal students to enrol and have their voices heard during the Treaty advancement process.Victoria is gearing up...

Speed concerns in Broadford streets

By Jackson Russell Concerns about speeding on a particular Broadford street have increased after a car crashed into a tree in a resident’s front yard earlier this month.Reservoir Road in Broadford is...