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Wallan girl gives back

ONE Wallan youngster is doing her bit for kids with leukaemia by raising money and donating her hair to Variety’s Hair with Heart initiative.Eight-year-old Mackenzie Fereday has...

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...

Whittlesea girls join movement

Inspired by the 'This Girl Can Victoria' movement women in the City of Whittlesea are encouraging others not to be afraid of being active.Five women from different...

Bookworm boost at Riddells

NEW prep students across the state will soon receive free books as part of Labor’s election commitment to lift literacy and numeracy outcomes.Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas...

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.

Local musician inspires youth

DOREEN musician Bianca Mallouk is not only a talented singer, but a mentor for young people around the community.Ms Mallouk who goes by the stage name Honey Bee...

Romsey education up for discussion

THE ROMSEY community will soon be able to have its say on the future of education in the town. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas announced Wednesday that community consultation on the possible expansion of Romsey...

New service opened for Whittlesea youth

EASTERN Melbourne Primary Health Network (EMPHN) is funding new services at local youth services hub Edge to give young people in the City of Whittlesea better access to mental health, and alcohol and other...