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Staying safe online

By Steph McNicol A cyber safety expert has warned families of the online dangers to children who have little understanding of the harm the digital world can cause. As part of National...

A trip to remember

By Steph McNicol A trip of a lifetime will always be cherished by Assumption College student Ben Cook, after learning many valuable life lessons.The trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia, gave Ben and...

Barefoot Investor visits school

By Evelyn LeckieThe 'Barefoot Investor' walked into The Kilmore International School classrooms last week to teach grade four students how to save, spend and share their money.Teacher Jen Ling, was one of...

Food truck development

A Kilmore developer plans to transform a disused warehouse on Sydney Street into a gourmet food truck park.A planning permit application for the site at 37 Sydney...

Kirra wins gold

By Jackson Russell Wandong superstar Kirra Wright has done it again, winning gold at the School Sports Victoria Cross Country Championships on Thursday in Bundoora. Kirra smashed her personal best time and...

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...

Dench family gives back

By Eden Hynninen The Dench family is giving back to the community by starting their ‘Adding Value’ campaign and offering free meat packages for vulnerable people in the community. Simon and Greta...

Safety concerns at Wallan park

WALLAN police are on alert after antisocial behaviour has been observed around the adventure playground at Hadfield Park over the school holidays. Senior Sergeant Conlin said police were aware of some youths...

Sweating for a cause

Totally Fit Gym’s trainers were put through their paces to help one of their members raise money for a cause close to his heart. When Dave Maskell’s daughter Jenna was diagnosed with...

Seymour family granted residency

By Eden Hynninen After facing imminent deportation, Seymour’s Christine and Tony Hyde, and son Darragh, can remain living Australia after being given a ministerial reprieve. Three-year-old Darragh had previously been classified by...