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Better buses vital

By Jackson Russell Improved bus services in Kilmore are urgently needed for the economic development and health needs of residents, says Member for Euroa Steph Ryan. Ms Ryan has called on the State Government to improve...

Candidate to contest charges

By Evelyn Leckie A HEARING date in March next year has been set for former state election candidate Meralyn Klein who will contest assault charges. Klein allegedly elbowed a volunteer at Whittlesea Early Voting Centre during...

Wallan park tagged

By Jackson Russell A spate of graffiti and vandalism attacks on council property is taking money out of ratepayers’ pockets. Public toilets at Wallan Skate Park were found tagged last week with other property throughout the...

Tiger’s homecoming

By Jackson Russell Lancefield Football Netball Club is hoping the return of a home grown talent will kick start the club’s rebuilding efforts in the 2020 Riddell District Football Netball League season. Tom Waters is returning...

Tourism boost for Seymour

AN EXCITING new marketing campaign launched by Seymour residents and businesses on Thursday night is hoping to showcase what the town and the region has to offer. Go Seymour is an initiative of Seymour Business...

Pothole problems

AN unhappy ratepayer has had to fork out $1305 to fix damages he sustained while driving over a deep pothole on Pyalong-Seymour Road. Mark Freeman was travelling on the main road last Tuesday when his...

Child educator recognised

By Steph McNicol Bee You Family Day Care educator Tamara Ruffin has been recognised nationwide for her excellence, winning one of just five regional awards in Australia. The 2019 Excellence in Family Day Care Award declared...

Transplant survivor invites doctor to Kilmore

By Evelyn Leckie IAN Dempsey, who survived a liver transplant in 2012, reunited with the man who saved his life last week. Professor Robert Jones visited Kilmore Trackside last Tuesday to speak with Southern Mitchell Rotary...

Council on the right path

By Jackson Russell Mitchell Shire Council’s focus on the Missing Link Footpath Program is paying off with the amount of work left halved in the last four years. Council’s last iteration of the Missing Link Footpath...

Tree trouble in Broadford

By Evelyn Leckie SUGAR gum trees along High Street are causing anxiety for some Broadford residents after a large tree limb fell on a public park bench and footpath this earlier month. Broadford resident Cedric Brown...