The North Central Review

Tree warrior turns attention to home

SHERRIE Yeoman travels all over Australia to protect the environment and Indigenous cultural heritage.Growing up on a farm in Doreen, Ms Yeoman has always had a love...

Liberals needs to ramp up

Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell has already drafted letters to Prime Minister Scott Morrison asking the federal government to fund Wallan's Watson Street interchange and a Headspace mental health centre.

New premises for North Central Review

The North Central Review will move into a new premises this week - at 3/87 Sydney Street, Kilmore.After nearly 60 years of publishing newspapers in its current premises,...
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Extra pokies go-ahead

HOGAN’S Hotel has won its battle to increase its gaming machines from 45 to 65 at its Wallan premises.The decision was handed down on Thursday, following a hearing in April.

Interchange promise

The Labor Party has committed a $23 million promise to construct a Hume Freeway-Watson Street interchange in Wallan should it be elected at the federal election on May 18.

ACK student dazzles Melbourne

By Steph McNicol Assumption College graduate Adeline Hunter is off to a huge career start in 2019.Ms Hunter is studying Design at The University of Melbourne and hoping to major in graphic...

Budget in focus

A $2.1 million for Wallan East Relocatable Early Learning Centre, plus major works to roads, footpaths, recreational spaces and waste management facilities highlight Mitchell Shire Council's 2019-20 draft budget.

Wallan East transformation

By Jackson Russell A proposed $14-million property investment in Wallan East will include an apartment block, a childcare centre, a hotel and other retail and hospitality premises.The site at 21 Station Street...

Family denied residency

By Eden HynninenAN IRISH family from Seymour are at risk of being deported after their three-year-old son was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and considered a ‘burden’ on the health system.

Police urge for safety over holidays

An already alarming road toll this year has sparked Wallan’s Highway Patrol and Roadsafe to encourage people to take extra care on the roads during the Easter and Anzac Day holidays.