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COVID-19 clinic opens

Nexus Primary Health began operating Mitchell Shire’s first GP-led respiratory clinic yesterday as part of the Federal Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new clinic at Nexus GP SuperClinic in Wallan will assess, test...

Friendships trump sporting success

By Jackson Russell From coming to Australia as an eight-year-old, Sam Watts made his mark on the Tallarook Cricket Club, eventually named a life member and having the club’s pavilion named in his honour. Watts and...

Drug crackdown

By Jackson Russell -  Mitchell police officers have charged 13 offenders with drug offences as well as seizing stolen firearms in a crime blitz. Of the 13 people across the Mitchell police service area, offences included...

Restrictions eased

By Jackson Russell -  Victorians will be able to gather at homes in groups of five and outdoors in groups of 10 starting tomorrow, plus activities such as golf, fishing and hiking can resume. Premier Daniel...

Festival given short-term approval

By Jackson Russell A festival site in Glenaroua was unanimously approved by Mitchell Shire councillors, but with several conditions that will essentially act as a trial. North ward councillor Rhonda Sanderson moved an alternate motion, adding...

Kilmore clock ticks on

By Steph McNicol KILMORE residents can now look forward to a new street decoration to admire with plans to install the Kilmore Clock at the Mill Street mall precinct, near Oddfellows Cafe on Sydney Street. The...

Wavering business support

By Evelyn Leckie IT’S mixed offering for local businesses when it comes to the State Government’s $500 million Business Support Fund to support the hardest hit sectors. Hospitality, tourism, accommodation, arts and entertainment and retail were...

Interchange ready

By Jackson Russell -  Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell says the Watson Street-Hume Freeway diamond interchange should be at the top of the list for Federal Government funding to aid in the country’s economic recovery...

Tennis serves up a lifelong sport for Salter

By Jackson Russell Eric Salter was an accomplished junior player before moving to the area and joining the Kilmore Tennis Club, where he has served as president and is a life member of the club. Growing...

Anzac Day like no other

By Evelyn Leckie -  IT was an Anzac Day like no other in Whittlesea. Residents woke up to stand on their driveways at dawn to remember the fallen ANZACs, while the Lost Post played by a...