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Federal Government urged to continue kindergarten funding

The City of Whittlesea fear families could be out of pocket $2000 a child unless the Federal Government commits to fund kindergartens on an ongoing basis.In the...

Kinder upgrades in Romsey and Riddells Creek

Families in Romsey and Riddells Creek are benefitting from upgrades to their kindergartens after grants from the State Government grant and Macedon Ranges Shire Council.Romsey kindergarten unveiled...

Broadford’s youngest entrepreneur making a difference

Broadford’s youngest entrepreneur Darcy O’Connor has started a heart-warming new business ‘Darcy’s Doggy Treats’.Darcy got the idea to make her homemade treats after starting a corner stall, where...

Motivated mum brings floral joy to Doreen

TALENTED florist and hardworking single mum Melanie Woodyard always knew she wanted to own her own florist business one day.It was late last year when that dream...

Young ballers get tips from the top

by Jackson RussellMELBOURNE United NBL star Peter Hooley gave some of Wallan’s aspiring basketballers some professional tips at clinics at RB Robson Stadium on Wednesday, January 9.

Kids make furry friends

Children received a free one-on-one mobile zoo experience at the Romsey Library on Thursday thanks to Goldfields Libraries.Wildlife Gone Walkabout co-owner Adrian Black put on a wild show...

Mernda’s tiny library

THE Ideas and hard work of Mernda Primary School students has helped create the first Mernda Tiny Library, a initiative which will celebrate a love of books. Mernda Village Tiny Library was built by the...

Little Aths receives life saving tool

TWO Macedon Ranges sports organisations have been successful in receiving a package that could save lives. Lancefield Romsey Little Athletics Centre was announced by Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas last week a successful applicant in...

Seymour College receives more than $6 million

SEYMOUR College has reason to celebrate following the announcement they will receive more than $6 million in state government funding for a redevelopment of the school’s facilities on Friday afternoon. The Victorian government have allocated...

Romsey’s Cooper O’Brien is on the ball

By Brooke Haffenden YOUNG tennis player Cooper O’Brien will be playing a different role on the court this summer when he lines up for the Australian Open. The 13-year-old from Wallan is among 350 kids in...