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Wednesday, May 25, 2022

The North Central Review

Motocross titles return to Broadford

By Jackson Russell Once playing host to the World Motocross Championships, the sport returns to Broadford’s State Motorcycle Sport Complex for the first round of the revamped Victorian Motocross Championship on March 28-29. The event is...

Eight seconds or less

By Jackson Russell Three young Broadford men have taken up a hobby a little different to most, travelling across Victoria every weekend to compete on the rodeo circuit. Corbin Mundy and brothers Kaya and Jake Burge...

Broadford looks back to its school days

A new exhibition depicting the life and times of Broadford Primary School will open on Australia Day. For many visiting Broadford and District Historical Society’s exhibition on Sunday January 26, it will be a walk...

Former Kilmore teacher mourned

The Kilmore Primary School community is mourning the loss of former teacher Jess West, who died in a crash in western Victoria last month. The crash on December 29 also claimed the life of Ms...

Running bins for farmers

By Jackson Russell A young Hidden Valley resident has been doing his bit to help struggling farmers, raising nearly $1000 by running his neighbours’ bins. Twelve-year-old Ethan Liddy has donated a total of $869.20 for Buy...

Smoky weather causes concern

By Evelyn Leckie HAZARDOUS smoke that covered most of Victoria last week caused several services in the region to shut shop in order to protect residents’ health and safety. As air quality levels dropped to the...

Veteran chef feeds army of volunteers

By Jackson Russell One Kilmore veteran is part of a 94-strong group helping veterans affected by the bushfires that decimated East Gippsland. Retired Sergeant Gary ‘Gazza’ Sturdy was a chef in the Australian Army for 22...

Study options open

TAFE courses in business, health and community services, hair and beauty and tourism will be study options available in Wallan for the first time this year. The Wallan GOTAFE campus announced its course list last...

Roger Fletcher – a fine line of destiny

By Ian Blyth THERE is a long standing myth about becoming a local in a country town – either your grandmother was born here or you have lived here for 30 years. Roger Fletcher rewrote the...

Kilmore SES looks to the future

By Jackson Russell Kilmore’s SES unit will soon be able start work on some much-needed upgrades as the title of the land on White Street has officially been transferred to Victoria State Emergency Service. Once council...