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Yan Yean sees red

FOLLOWING the state-wide trend, Labor’s Danielle Green retained her seat of Yan Yean, winning two-thirds of the vote after preferences. Ms Green’s win was one of 51 for Labor as of 10.30am Monday morning, giving...

Lalios makes council return

CITY of Whittlesea councillor Mary Lalios made her return to council at last Tuesday night’s (November 13) council meeting after not attending a meeting since April this year. The return comes as prior requests to...

Council honours Gallipoli

WORLD War I’s Gallipoli campaign has been honoured by the City of Whittlesea with streets and a park in a new Mernda development named in its honour. As a project for to the Centenary of...

Council waste

CITY of Whittlesea councillors were bemoaning a waste of their time at a Special Council Meeting last Wednesday night (November 7). Councillors Ricky Kirkham, Alahna Desiato and Caz Monteleone called the urgent meeting on two...

Mernda’s tiny library

THE Ideas and hard work of Mernda Primary School students has helped create the first Mernda Tiny Library, a initiative which will celebrate a love of books. Mernda Village Tiny Library was built by the...

Whittlesea ear marked for upgrade

LIBERAL Candidate for Yan Yean Meralyn Klein has promised to deliver a $2 million upgrade to the Whittlesea Police Station if the Coalition wins the election. The candidate joined Shadow Minister for Police Edward O’Donohue...

We’re Hiring! – Journalist

Award winning newspaper based in Kilmore is seeking full time journalist. This role involves writing general news and creating compelling headlines that are both engaging and relevant to our local community.Main Duties and Responsibilities:Write...

Whittlesea HEART break

by Joshua Wells A COMMUNITY advocate has expressed her disappointment at the government’s Pick My Project campaign after the township of Whittlesea failed to attract funding. Whittlesea Community House’s Mary-Lyn Griffith said some ‘who got up...

Whittlesea inspiring women

WOMEN and girls living through the City of Whittlesea are being urged to share their stories in an attempt to get people talking. The aim of the initiative is to help participants gain more confidence...

Get into voice for Christmas

WITH just three months until Christmas the community carols choir is warming up its vocal cords for the annual Carols by Candlelight. The community carols choir is looking for singers to start rehearsing for the...