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Wednesday, May 25, 2022

The North Central Review

Kilmore up and racing

By Jackson Russell Kilmore Racing Club hosted its first race meeting since the 2018 Kilmore Cup on Thursday, 14 months since the track closed for upgrades. Upgrades to the track include a drainage system that falls...

Panthers’ perfect prize

By Jackson Russell Wallan Panthers finally have their first senior championship, after a 77-65 win over Seymour Blasters in the Country Basketball League North East grand final in Wodonga on Saturday night. Much like the semi-final,...

Firies honoured at Australian Open

By Jackson Russell Two District 12 firefighters were among a group of six to be honoured with a standing ovation at Rod Laver Arena before the Australian Open men’s final last Sunday night. Wandong Fire Brigade...

Walking in support

By Steph McNicol THE Mitchell Suicide Prevention Network is calling on the community to come together in support of anyone who is impacted by suicide in anyway. The group has organised a walk for Sunday, February...

Kilmore’s $10m lotto winner

A Kilmore woman received the shock of a lifetime on Wednesday after being told she was $10 million richer after Tuesday night’s Oz Lotto draw. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, was lost for...

Veteran honoured by Defence Chief

By Jackson Russell Kilmore veteran Gary ‘Gazza’ Sturdy was honoured by the Chief of the Defence Force General Angus Campbell for his work feeding veterans and soldiers during bushfire aid efforts in East Gippsland last...

Communities’ mental health needs highlighted to commission

By Steph McNicol Submissions by Mitchell and Macedon Ranges shire councils and City of Whittlesea formed part of more than 8200 received by the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. The councils made submissions on...

Crump honoured by Lions

By Jackson Russell Broadford Lions Club has honoured long-time member Barry Crump by dedicating to him one of the buildings at Broadford’s Lions Park. Mr Crump was a vital part of building the toilet block at...

Sydney Street planning in the spotlight

By Evelyn Leckie A proposed residential development in Sydney Street, Kilmore, has attracted a signficant amount of objections, just months after a food truck proposal planned for next door was knocked back by Mitchell Shire...

Close to home

By Jackson Russell - Victoria Police’s new assistant commissioner for road policing has urged country drivers to be more careful on country roads. Assistant commissioner Libby Murphy has spent a lot of time on Mitchell Shire roads...