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Health service expansion

By Steph McNicol A $3.5 million redevelopment of Nexus Primary Health in Broadford will expand its services to cater for Mitchell Shire's growing population. The renovation will provide services for the community with more than 20...

Community spirit shines

By Steph McNicol A FACEBOOK post has banded together the Seymour community as they look to help much-loved resident Ramona Dunwoodie maintain her garden. After hearing about Ms Dunwoodie’s time nursing and all she has done...

United against violence

A historic walk to highlight Mitchell shire’s united stance against violence will close Kilmore’s main street for the first ever Community Walk to End Violence on Friday. The walk is the centrepiece of Mitchell's 16...

New Indian playgroup for Beveridge

BEVERIDGE Primary School will receive a $25,000 grant to establish an Indian playgroup for the area. Minister for Education James Merlino announced Beveridge to be among the 11 Victorian schools to be awarded funding as...

Two decades of saving lives

CHILDREN First Foundation is hosting an open day at its Kilmore East retreat on Sunday to celebrate 20 years in operation. For the past 20 years the foundation has enabled more than 400 disadvantaged children...

Travelling medallion

By Steph McNicol A medallion from the South African Boer War in 1900-1902 found in far north Queensland has returned to its home in Broadford. Barbara Kendall's late husband purchased the medal from a pawn shop...

New Aussie series shoots in Kilmore

By Jackson Russell The Kilmore and District Hospital will appear in a web series, What’s Left. The fictional series, directed by Casey Long, is about the lives of five orphans - before and during their time...

Veterans’ Affairs Minister visits Seymour

By Evelyn Leckie Vietnam Veterans and Seymour RSL Members met with Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester on Thursday, discussing ways to enhance the commemorative walk on High Street and the future of the Army...

New shuttle service for Broadford

A Broadford resident has taken the town’s lack of public transport into his own hands, starting an on-demand bus service to take people to and from Broadford’s hotels and clubs. Greg Dulhunty bought a mini...

Water restrictions lifted

Stage two water restrictions will no longer be in place in the Kilmore district as of Thursday. Instead permanent water saving rules will apply for residents in Kilmore, Kilmore East, Wandong, Heathcote Junction and Upper...