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And a tiger snake in a Christmas tree…

A Kilmore couple received an early Christmas present last week but it wasn’t quite what they wanted to find under the tree. John and Lyn Lee received a visit from a tiger snake that spent...

Music festival grows

By Steph McNicol Internationally-renowned soul and funk singer Kylie Auldist will headline the 2020 Macedon Ranges Music Festival in March. Organisers last week announced the line-up for the family-friendly festival at Gisborne Steam Park on March...

Food truck proposal knocked back

By Evelyn Leckie A PLANNING permit to transform a disused warehouse on Sydney Street in Kilmore into a gourmet food truck park was knocked back by Mitchell Shire Council due to concerns over demolishing a...

Kilmore Show calling for entries

The Kilmore Agricultural show on December 7 promises to provide a fun day out for the entire family. The show is celebrating its 157th year this year, making it one of the oldest agricultural shows...

Students seek positive reputation

By Jordyn Grubisic Wallan Secondary College’s VET music industry students are organising a live music event to improve the reputation of the school and Wallan community. The free event, called Wallan Unplugged, allows students throughout the...

New Aussie series shoots in Kilmore

By Jackson Russell The Kilmore and District Hospital will appear in a web series, What’s Left. The fictional series, directed by Casey Long, is about the lives of five orphans - before and during their time...

Showtime at Lancefield

Lancefield showcased the best of the Macedon Ranges on Sunday with the annual Lancefield Show. The show expanded from past years and included gourmet food demonstrations among other attractions. Macedon Ranges councillor and Lancefield resident Bill...

Pokies submissions encouraged

Organisers of a public meeting regarding Hogan’s Hotel’s application for additional poker machines are encouraging residents to make a submission to a Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal appeal. Representatives from Wallan Gateway Church, the Victorian...

Water worries

By Evelyn Leckie THERE are fears Western Water’s plans to discharge recycled water into Deep Creek in Romsey will mirror the same negative effects which occured in Kyneton. Due to a surplus in waste water at...

ACK graduate lands Netflix role

By Steph McNicol FORMER Assumption College Kilmore student Alisa Urokohara planned to teach English in Japan after finishing year 12, but instead landed the singing role of Angela in the anime series Carole and Tuesday...