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Historic club challenging stereotypes

WOMEN across the Macedon Ranges Shire Council are being offered the chance to learn and practice their skills with a chainsaw. The Women’s Chainsaw Club will see 10 women in the Lancefield, Benloch and Cobaw...

Santa is on his way

Mernda CFA members (from left) Bryan Santilli, Hayden Marshall and Alex Latham will join Santa this weekend as they partake in the annual CFA Santa Run. See page 2 for the full story. ​

Hark! the Whittlesea choir sings

RESIDENTS across the district are invited to dust off their Santa hats, warm up their singing voices and get ready for festive fun at the annual Carols by Candelight event. A great night out for...

Not Haydn from fame

THE Gisborne Singers are ending 2017 with a choral work which celebrates the beginning of the world.Haydn’s Creation, is a musical masterpiece which tell the story from the biblical perspective, particularly the book of...

It’s showtime

One of Victoria’s largest and most popular regional agricultural shows, the annual Whittlesea Show will see a crowd of approximately 50,000 attend over both days.With more than 70 free activities and entertainment, there’s nothing...
Timbersports Championships

Chipping away

IT was a big weekend for wood chopping when three local residents participated in the Australian Stihl Timbersports Championships at Albert Park.Held over three days, from October 6 to 8, local residents Brayden Meyer,...
BluGuru comes to Lancefield

Bollywood comes to Lancefield

Lancefield Primary School students were treated to an innovative and engaging artist in residence last week when BluGuru visited the school.They spent the week taking students through Indian dance and music lessons, preparing each...

Seymour is showing off

There are so many things to make for The Great Seymour Show Off, which will be held on October 7. Check out the schedule on line at www.seymouragshow.org.au or pick up a schedule around town. After all...

Earthcore’s End?

Organisers of the Earthcore dance festival have slammed Mitchell Shire Council’s actions in refusing to grant consent for the 2017 festival to go ahead. Earthcore chief, Spiro Boursine, has vowed to take the decision to...