The North Central Review

Stock theft hard to solve

By Jackson Russell Stock theft is an ongoing problem for police in rural and semi-rural areas, with more than $200,000 worth of stock stolen from Mitchell Shire properties across eight incidents since January 2019. The biggest...

Community kindness marks a memorable celebration

By Steph McNicol A KILMORE mother was pleasantly surprised after she reached out to the community to help celebrate her son Archie’s fourth birthday last week. Cat Lefroy posted to a Facebook community group to find...

Good timing for historic clock

Following extensive restoration, the old Kilmore Town Hall clock was installed in the Mill Street Mall on Monday. Antiquarian horologist Vivian Kenney has restored the clock as part of a joint project along with the...

Kilmore cluster concern

By Jackson Russell Kilmore suffered a COVID-19 outbreak of six cases in the past week after a Melbourne man dined in at Oddfellows Cafe, leading to Mitchell Shire residents queuing for testing and several of...

Kilmore cluster records fifth case

By Jackson Russell KILMORE has recorded one new case of COVID-19, the fifth attached to the Oddfellows Café outbreak. There is now four active case in Mitchell Shire, as the state recorded 11 new cases...

Pop-up testing site established in Kilmore

A new pop-up testing site has been set up in Kilmore in response to a COVID-19 outbreak at Oddfellows Cafe in recent days. The outbreak is linked to the Chadstone Shopping Centre outbreak, which now...

New case in Mitchell Shire

By Jackson Russell UPDATE: Another new case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Kilmore, with an Oddfellows Cafe staff member contracting the virus after an infectious person had breakfast at the cafe last Wednesday. Oddfellows Cafe owner...

New coach for Roos

By Jackson Russell AS Broadford makes its long-awaited, and long-delayed, debut in the AFL Outer East, it will have a new senior coach at the helm. The club announced Russell Humphrey would be taking up the...

Brumby safe haven in Broadford

A sanctuary in Broadford focused on rescuing wild brumbies targeted by cullers now has more than 30 animals who call the place their home. Created entirely by volunteer work, the sanctuary is operated by three...

Man walk back on

By Steph McNicol MEN of Kilmore will be able to gather again for The Man Walk after the initiative was halted due to the pandemic earlier this year. The walk was an idea organiser Phillip Collings...