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Macedon artist helps create fantasy film

By Steph McNicol MACEDON hair and creative makeup artist Debbie Müller has described Australian film The Legend of the Five, as her ‘favourite project so far’. The movie, which first screened at cinemas last week, finished...

Plug pulled on Seymour Show

SEYMOUR Agricultural and Pastoral Society will abandon plans for this year’s Seymour Show in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Society president Jason Ronald last week announced the show would not go ahead as planned,...

Big cat call-out

By Evelyn Leckie PODCASTER Ben Beed is calling for Macedon Ranges residents to contact him to contribute to his podcast Missing Panther. The NSW man said he was fascinated by the intrigue of panthers and whether...

To market we go

LANCEFIELD residents and visitors can look forward to another Lancefield and District Farmer’s Market on Saturday despite COVID-19 restrictions. The market will begin at 9am at the Lancefield Park on Chauncey Street where, through the...

Crafting to protect

By Jackson Russell -  A group of crafty volunteers have turned their hand from helping wildlife affected by bushfires to creating scrubs for healthcare workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ranges Rescue is now...

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...