The North Central Review

Elms celebrate completion

The Elms Retirement Estate in Kilmore is celebrating the completion of their seven-year development by installing a new flag outside their country club.Residents packed outside to listen...

Boxer wins state championship

By Jackson RussellMickleham pugilist Bianca Milich has won the Victorian Light Flyweight Title less than 12 months after making her amateur boxing debut.Milich, who trains...

Panthers men win second straight

By Jackson RussellWallan Panthers’ men snagged its third win in four games with an 81-59 win over Maccabi Warriors at home on Saturday night.Meanwhile, the...

Pacers 0-2 for weekend

By Jackson RussellWhittlesea Pacers’ Big V teams were unsuccessful at the weekend with the women going down 100-67 at the Casey Cavaliers and the men suffering an 81-63 loss to...

Netballers ready for the new season

Lancefield Football Netball Club is starting the netball season with 10 new additions and a jump up to A grade in Riddell District Football Netball League.With 30 girls ready to...

Riddell league kicks off Saturday

By Jackson RussellThe Riddell District Football Netball League season is set to get underway on Saturday with Diggers Rest aiming to defend its premiership, while the rest of the league...

Northern clubs ready for the bounce

By Jackson RussellThe Northern Football Netball League season kicks off this weekend, with Whittlesea hoping for success after being relegated to division two, and Kilmore, Laurimar and Mernda all aiming...

Wallan students to meet global leaders

Four Wallan Secondary College students are excited to build their leadership skills at a Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington DC and New York.The school captains will...

Grocery donations needed for drought-stricken farmers

PYALONG Neighbourhood House has made a desperate plea for people to donate groceries for drought-stricken farmers.The Neighbourhood House was recognised at a presentation night in Barooga earlier...

Criminals target Mitchell

Family violence and 'cross-border offending' is on the rise in the Mitchell Shire according to the Crime Statistics Agency’s latest data for 2018.Theft, assault and breaking and...