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Assumption College duo supports school through song

By Colin MacGillivray Two Assumption College Kilmore staff members are embracing the power of music to effect change in the world. College co-curricular sports and boarding assistant Johnny Katal and counsellor Tony Byrne collaborated on a...

Whittlesea Show cancelled

WHITTLESEA Show organisers believe the annual event will be forced to evolve, as it last week became the latest in a string of agricultural shows to fall victim to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whittlesea Agricultural Society...

Kilmore boy a film star

By Steph McNicol For 11-year-old Kilmore boy Roman Moser, meeting entertainment superstars Paul Hogan and Shane Jacobson was a highlight of his role in the movie The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee. The Australian comedy, scheduled to...

Play space revamp

BROADFORD residents have an opportunity to help design two new play spaces for the town. Mitchell Shire Council announced it was seeking input to help finalise the design of the play spaces, which will be...

Beveridge school confirms case

BEVERIDGE Primary School principal Steven Fernando has confirmed the school had one student diagnosed with COVID-19 earlier this month. Mr Fernando said even though the school had a confirmed case of the virus, by the...

Album to combat bullying

Musical duo FLAXXON, Yasmin and Yolanda Absolom, hope to send a message to bullies through their new album Silver Spoon – an album they completed in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The album Silver Spoon...

Cheetahs represent

WHILE the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many sporting competitions across Australia to be cancelled or postponed, it has not stopped Mill Park’s Cheetahs Softball Club from celebrating the achievements of its junior players. The Cheetahs,...

Pageant for a cause

EX Assumption College Kilmore student Ella Denton will take part in a Miss World fundraiser to support Variety – a children’s charity – on Friday. Ms Denton is a Victorian finalist in the pageant and...

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...

Broadford hit by crime-spree

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after Broadford Primary School was targeted by vandals and the Commercial Hotel was broken into, all in one weekend. Between 5pm on Friday June 12 and Monday June 15, the...