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Roadside risks raised

By Jackson Russell TOOBORAC and Pyalong residents’ concern about the fire risks created by overgrown roadsides along the Northern Highway is growing, with some taking it upon themselves to clean up the roadsides. Following a small...

Traditional Owner agreement creates new jobs

NEW local jobs are set to be delivered as part of a formal agreement recognising the Taungurung people as Traditional Owners of central Victoria. The formal agreement between the State Government and the Taungurung people...

Geothermal tests underway in Wallan

PROPERTY developer Crystal Group has begun the introduction of renewable geothermal energy to the Mitchell Shire, with tests taking place in Wallan this month. Tests have been conducted at Wellington Square Shopping Centre, Wallan, and...

Australia Day celebrations to go ahead

IT is business as usual for Broadford’s annual Australia Day celebrations, with the open-air event taking place at the Rotary Rotunda on the Island Reserve at High Street. The event has been operating for decades...

MPs promoted in cabinet shake-up

By Jackson Russell MEMBER for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes has returned to where her political career started after being promoted to Attorney-General late last year. Ms Symes takes over the role after the sudden resignation of...

Wandong winners share in lotto prize

TEN Wandong residents have had a lucky start to 2021 after sharing in a million-dollar division one prize from a $30 million mega draw. The store syndicate held one of the 19 division one winning...

COVID rules ease again

VICTORIA'S staged return to office work has resumed this week as COVID-19 restrictions ease again. Rules around mandatory mask wearing also changed as of yesterday, Monday, returning to the settings that were in place at...

Nillumbik businesses unite for ‘Back in Business’ summer season

YARRAMBAT Park Golf Course, Golden Hills Brewery, and Yield Specialty Coffee Roasters are uniting to celebrate the summer season and being back in business, following a tumultuous year of COVID-19 related restrictions and closures. The...

Upgrades commence at Kilmore East Station

WORKS have commenced at Kilmore East Station as part of a $1 million State Government upgrade project. Minister for Public Transport Ben Carroll said the first stage of works had begun at the station on...

Students’ resilience recognised

THREE Kilmore area students ended their years on a high note, being honoured with the Weary Dunlop Award. Willowmavin Primary School student Jesse Jervis, St Patrick’s Primary School student Marley Lilburn and Kilmore International student...