The North Central Review

Kilmore’s new gateway

by Ian Blyth KILMORE looks set to receive a retail boost if a town planning application to develop land at the corner of Clark Street and the Northern Highway is approved. If approved the project –...

Broadflooded

By Joshua Wells THE residents of an estate in Broadford have pleaded with the Mitchell Shire Council to change the drainage system before they become inundated with flooding. The action group formed after two rapid water...

Seymour College receives more than $6 million

SEYMOUR College has reason to celebrate following the announcement they will receive more than $6 million in state government funding for a redevelopment of the school’s facilities on Friday afternoon. The Victorian government have allocated...

Road trap fears

CFA District 12 is not disputing Wire Rope Barriers will save Victorian lives, but they are concerned about people becoming trapped. CFA District 12 Vegetation Management officer Phil Hawkey said the CFA municipal managers from...

Road to ruin

By Joshua Wells VICTORIA’S country road network is under the spotlight after an inquiry was established to determine how regional roads are being managed. Residents in the North Central region have left a barrage of complaints...

Ray’s one of the best

By Joshua Wells RAY Carroll is one of the most well respected sports people the North Central region has ever seen, and for good reason. The man himself helped shape some of the greatest footballers, cricketers...

Firebug charged

By Joshua Wells A 49-year-old Wallan man will front court after allegedly lighting a fire on Wednesday, January 10, prompting the Country Fire Authority (CFA) and Victoria Police to urge residents to know the rules. The...

Echuca Pirates can’t stop Wallan’s Nicola Stewart

By Joshua Wells ANOTHER WEEK has led to another win and another new season-high point scoring performance from a player for the Wallan Lady Panthers. The Country Basketball League North West Women conference saw the Panthers...

Enough is enough

MITCHELL Shire Council has slammed criminals for their repeated attacks on council facilities in Broadford. Fed up with the vandalism and theft on council property, Mitchell Shire Mayor Rhonda Sanderson released a statement explaining how...

Celtic band comes to town

THIS Sunday the Old Kilmore Gaol will be treated to Breaking Trad’s Celtic music in a region-first event. The concert has been organised by Kilmore’s Caroline Killeen who met a musician by the name of...