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Climate Council: Nicholls most at-risk electorate in Australia

By Colin MacGillivray DATA released by the Climate Council identifies Nicholls as the most at-risk electorate in Australia for the effects of climate change, with a quarter of the region’s homes projected to be uninsurable...

Kilmore Art Expo, busking championships draw record crowds

By Colin MacGillivray ORGANISERS of Kilmore Art Expo and Kilmore Regional Busking Championships are thrilled after a record-breaking weekend. Rotary Club of Southern Mitchell operate both the art expo and busking championships on the same weekend...

Seymour Railway Heritage Centre’s weekend away in Wimmera

BOOKINGS are now open for Seymour Railway Heritage Centre’s, SRHC, special heritage train through Western Victoria to Murtoa and Beulah on May 21 and 22. The weekend away will allowed guests to experience the hospitality...

Live music returns to Hanging Rock

More than 1000 people turned out at the base of Hanging Rock, near Woodend, for the 2022 Macedon Ranges Music Festival last month. The festival, this year celebrating its 10 year anniversary and now at...

Boogie music festival: photo gallery

North Central Review journalist Colin MacGillivray attended the first day of Tallarook's Boogie music festival on Good Friday. Check out some of his best photos in the gallery below.

Boogie bounces back at Tallarook

By Colin MacGillivray The Boogie music festival’s future in Tallarook appears secure after organisers were overjoyed with new permit conditions for the three-day Easter event. An old council permit required noise from the festival to be...

Movies under the stars in Mitchell Shire

Autumn movie nights under the stars will take place in Seymour, Wallan and Broadford in coming months. The series of events is funded by a partnership between Mitchell Shire Council and the State Government. The family-friendly...

Buskers set to shine in Kilmore Busking Championships

By Max Davies The Kilmore Regional Busking Championships returns on Saturday, with interest from the community setting the stage for another successful event. The annual event play host to a plethora of buskers performing all the...

Boogie festival returns to Tallarook after securing permit changes

TALLAROOK’S Boogie music festival will return with a jam-packed line-up this Easter weekend after securing changes to what organisers termed an outdated council planning permit. Repeated noise complaints by some Tallarook residents cast doubt on...

Kilmore ready for art expo

Residents will have a chance to view inspiring works from artists across the region and beyond at this month’s Kilmore Art Expo. The expo has retained last year’s popular sculpture category in addition to its...