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Tallarook rebuild boost

By Joshua Wells THE Mitchell Shire Council is expected to receive up to $200,000 from the state government to help rebuild the Tallarook Mechanics Institute. During a public meeting on Tuesday, May 15, Member for Northern...

Ray Carroll’s plea to government

ONE of Kilmore’s longest serving football coaches, has taken aim at the state government for ‘sinking more money’ into Melbourne’s stadiums instead of helping out in the country and outer suburbs.Ray Carroll slammed a...

Are the Magpies the best in the league?

By Joshua Wells The Riddell District Football League side from Greenhill Reserve are on top of the ladder with the best attacking statistics, the third best defensive numbers and a 5-0 record. From a side who...

Government pledge up to $200,000 for Tallarook rebuild

By Joshua WellsEXCLUSIVE: THE Mitchell Shire Council is expected to receive up to $200,000 from the state government to help rebuild the Tallarook Mechanics Institute.During a public meeting on Tuesday, May 15, Member for...

Police calls on public to help find Robert Love

VICTORIA Police are appealing for information on 27-year-old Robert Love. Police are trying to locate the man in relation to alleged armed robbery charges.He is known to frequent Seymour.He is described as 185cm tall, brown...

Broadford Pony Club vandalised

by Jackson Russell THE Broadford Pony Club was the victim of a random act of vandalism on Friday, April 4 when fences around its dressage arena and between two of its paddocks at Broadford Common...

Community gutted

by Ian Blyth THE Tallarook community is gutted following the fire at the weekend that destroyed the town’s Mechanics Institute and irreplaceable memorabilia that the hall contained. Saturday night was a sad night for the Tallarook...

A tale of two stations

By Ian BlythTHE car park at Wandong Railway Station is bursting at the seams while just 11 kilometres up the road at Kilmore East, the new car park extension contains – on a good...

Bypass is back

By Joshua Wells and Ian Blyth THE Kilmore bypass is back on the government’s agenda with $20 million allocated for land reservation in tonight’s state budget, potentially bringing the community closer to a truck free...

Budget funds for Kilmore bypass

By Joshua Wells and Ian Blyth THE Kilmore bypass is back on the government’s agenda with $20 million allocated for land reservation in tonight’s state budget, potentially bringing the community closer to a truck free...