The North Central Review

Van crashes through Kilmore business

By Joshua Wells Picture: Ian BlythUPDATE: OWNERS of the Wallder's Cafe have taken to Facebook to thank neighbouring businesses and family for their help during yesterday's ordeal.They also paid tribute to the builders who came...

The last waltz

THE Kilmore Country Music Festival – the event that had its roots in Wandong in 1972 - will boot scoot off into the sunset with the final event at the Kilmore Racecourse on Saturday,...

Snakes on a plain

By Joshua WellsWhen Trish Santinon arrived back to her Heathcote Junction home recently, she noticed her dogs Winston and Lily barking like crazy which prompted her to check her CCTV system and was startled...

Barriers under fire

By Brooke HaffendenCFA concerns regarding the placement of wire rope barriers recently became a reality when local firefighters were unable to access a fire on the Hume Freeway.The North Central Review can reveal that...

Kilmore trainers’ successful

by “Pegs” KILMORE female thoroughbred trainers enjoyed success at the weekend. At Benalla on Friday, Lesia Masnyj and Jody Thompson saddled-up winners in Full Reward ($12) and Snake Cavern ($5.50) respectively.For the former it was a...

Earn your spot in history

IT IS time to draw a line in the sand and ask why local footballing talent is walking away to other leagues, according to one club president.As sides struggle to fill their teams full...

Kojo brings Canadian flair to Wallan

By Joshua WellsCANADIAN basketballer Kojo Afari has joined the Wallan Panthers, describing them as ‘the luckiest team’ because of how excited he is to play ball.The former Canadian Basketball League star - who tried...

Back in the day

Kilmore Free Press Thursday, February 17, 1966Farewell social evening to Mr. and Mrs. John LedwidgeThe supper room of the Kilmore Memorial Hall was well filled on the night of February 4 when friends of...

Councils call for road side assistance

LOCAL governments are reaffirming roads as one of their main priorities as residents continue to push for more upgrades on local stretches.Both the Mitchell Shire Council and Macedon Ranges Shire Council have noticed a...

Slack wire act

by Ian Blyth THE debate continues to rage on the placement of wire rope barriers on district roads with concern expressed that the latest round of wire rope barriers are being installed in the wrong...