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Lancefield documentary premieres

The premiere screening of the documentary film Lancefield Dreaming attracted sell-out crowds last month.Lancefield Dreaming embraces the significance of the town’s history through the eyes of long-standing residents and celebrates what the...

Wollert man’s got talent

GAMILARAAY Man Mitch Tambo starred on Australia’s Got Talent television program last week, showcasing his culture and language. Originally from NSW but now living in Wollert, Mr Tambo said on stage he...

Snow busy

AS a cold snap over the weekend hit, residents ventured out of their warm homes to embrace the snow that fell as low as 400 metres above sea level.

Kilmore confirmed Victoria’s oldest inland town

By Eden HynninenCAREER research scientist and previous Kilmore resident Martin Williams has discovered – after 164 years of speculation – that Kilmore is the oldest inland town...

Paw-fect support

By Steph McNicol A changing of the guard at Broadford Secondary College will see a new furry friend work with student wellbeing at the school. After seven years at the college, Zane...

Pet photographer a state finalist

Lancefield resident Sarah Mounsey is a finalist in the Victorian State Photography Awards for her pet photography.Ever since she was a child Ms Mounsey has always loved horses and photography, so for...

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...

Eggcellent entrepreneur

By Steph McNicol TWELVE year old Daniel McLean of Seymour spends Saturday mornings selling eggs and his homemade sweet treats.Daniel has 80 of his own chickens that he cares for, breeds and...

Students’ play delves into wonderland

By Steph McNicol A land full of wonder, mystery and danger awaits at Wallan Secondary College, as rehearsals for the production Alice in Wonderland are well underway.The cast alongside the directors and...

Cantering through 80 years

By Steph McNicol Eighty years of show jumping, cross country and dressage is a reason to celebrate this year for pony clubs across Australia.The first recorded pony club in Australia was in...