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Kilmore’s huge cheerleading win

By Joshua Wells JUST moments before the Kilmore Arctics Cheer and Dance squad took to the stage for their first ever competition, head coach Ashley White tinkered with their learned routine to change it up. The...

Wallan falls to third place

By Joshua Wells  WALLAN Magpies Football has fallen to third place on the ladder following their second loss of the year. At Greenhill Reserve, the Macedon Cats, who are the reigning champions, came with clear intent...

Des is RSL vice president

FORMER Mitchell Shire councillor, Des Callaghan OAM, has been elected vice president of RSL Victoria. Proving that there is life after council, the Broadford resident was voted into the senior position at the state conference...

A vision for Mitchell

A VISION to develop a thriving business and investment climate in Mitchell Shire has been launched by the Mitchell Business Network. Business Network Chairman, Bruce Nichols, said that the aim of the Business Vision for...

On the beat

A SON of Pyalong has returned home to take up the post as the town’s police officer. Senior Constable Daniel Sowden’s appointment sees the Pyalong Police Station is once again open for business. Last week...

Funding hopes hiJJacked

THE Kilmore Football Club’s drive for new social club rooms at the JJ Clancy Reserve saw a setback on several fronts – a miss of significant funding in this year’s budget and a lack...

Hack attack

MITCHELL Shire Council is one of dozens of Australian organisations hit by a cyber security breach to PageUp People, recruitment software. Mitchell was one of seven councils and one of many government organisations and large...

Magpies open new court

by Jackson Russell GREENHILL Reserve’s second netball court officially opened on Wednesday, easing the pressure on local facilities. The new netball court at Wallan Football Netball Club’s headquarters helps the Magpies keep up with the boom...

Paramedic allegedly assaulted in Wallan

By Joshua Wells JUST weeks after a public protest from those within the ambulance industry, a paramedic has allegedly been assaulted near Wallan. Police confirmed to the North Central Review officers attended to assist paramedics on...

Return of the trucks

By Jackson Russell RESIDENTS of Dry Creek Road in Broadford have raised their concerns with a recent increase in truck traffic coming down the southern end of the road. B-Double trucks loaded with materials removed from...