The North Central Review

The Kilmore International School posts big scores

MORE than half of The Kilmore International School’s 2020 graduating class received an International Baccalaureate diploma score equivalent to an ATAR score above 90. The achievement was despite students suffering through one of the most...

Name change for hospital

The Kilmore District Hospital will now be known as Kilmore District Health, in a move designed to better represent the breadth of services it offers. The name change forms part of Kilmore District Health’s goals...

Quarry conundrum

By Jackson Russell Mitchell Shire Council has raised its concern regarding the proposed inclusion of a quarry within the Beveridge North West Precinct Structure Plan. Council claims it was ‘blindsided’ by an independent planning panel decision...

Aria’s brave battle

By Colin MacGillivray CHRISTMAS is a time of celebration for most, but for one Wallan family the holiday will be about finding moments of joy amid an ocean of heartache. Aria Pryde is only 14 months...

Federal support for Seymour Show

After being forced to cancel the Seymour Show as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, Seymour Agricultural and Pastoral Society has received a $15,000 Federal Government grant to hit the ground running for the 2021...

Faces uncovered at fundraiser

By Colin MacGillivray THE fundraising efforts of Wallan Secondary College year 11 student James Mileski and four teachers have resulted in nearly $3000 being donated towards men’s health causes. James, who has been elected a college...

Kilmore makes top tree-change list

By Jackson Russell Kilmore has ranked among the top 20 regional towns across Australia for first homebuyers, according to research commissioned by ME Bank. Kilmore ranked 11th and was the fourth-highest Victorian town behind Woodend (sixth),...

Repair works to improve Wandong church

By Jackson Russell Wandong History Group is now able to undertake crucial repair work to the old St Michael’s Catholic Church, thanks to a $200,000 grant from the State Government’s Living Heritage grants program. The group...

Young presenters fill the airwaves

BUDDING radio presenters from across Mitchell Shire are hitting the airwaves this week as Mitchell Community Radio’s Young Presenters Quest draws to a close. The station, which broadcasts as OKR FM 98.3 across most of...

Grass fire requires air support

By Jackson Russell Three fires late last week had Mitchell Shire fire brigades busy, with a grass fire near Broadford more than 15 acres large requiring air support and a house in Seymour burning down. A...