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Bypass is back

By Joshua Wells and Ian Blyth THE Kilmore bypass is back on the government’s agenda with $20 million allocated for land reservation in tonight’s state budget, potentially bringing the community closer to a truck free...

Roundabout delivered

by Jackson Russell THE Romsey community are winners in this year’s state budget, with the sought after roundabout set to be built at the intersection of Main Street and Barry Street as part of $941...

Budget battle

by Ian Blyth ROADS and a return to an operating surplus underpin the 2018-2019 Mitchell Shire Council draft budget. With roads one of the community’s top priorities, the draft budget includes $7.07 million for road maintenance...

Silence of the ramps

by Ian Blyth FUTURE development of Mitchell Shire towns in the Urban Growth Boundary are being compromised by inaction and broken promises that are seeing releases of residential land stalling due to lack of access...

Man taken to hospital following highway smash

A 53-year-old man has been taken to hospital following a multiple vehicle crash on the Northern Highway near Wallan on Wednesday morning.The man was treated for minor injuries following the crash which happened at...

Van crashes through Kilmore business

By Joshua Wells Picture: Ian BlythUPDATE: OWNERS of the Wallder's Cafe have taken to Facebook to thank neighbouring businesses and family for their help during yesterday's ordeal.They also paid tribute to the builders who came...

Barriers under fire

By Brooke HaffendenCFA concerns regarding the placement of wire rope barriers recently became a reality when local firefighters were unable to access a fire on the Hume Freeway.The North Central Review can reveal that...

Halt roundabout call

by Ian Blyth WORKS are underway on the $20 million upgrade of Melbourne-Lancefield Road, reducing the risk of head-on and run-off-road crashes. Member for Macedon Mary-Anne Thomas and Member for Sunbury Josh Bull recently visited the...

Slack wire act

by Ian Blyth THE debate continues to rage on the placement of wire rope barriers on district roads with concern expressed that the latest round of wire rope barriers are being installed in the wrong...

Tree change needed

By Brooke Haffenden COMMUNITY members in Doreen have been left stumped over council’s actions regarding trees on their nature strip. For the past five years, the residents of Hanna Crescent, Doreen have been complaining about the...