Whittlesea Review

Mental errors cost Pacers

By Jackson Russell WHITTLESEA Pacers’ men were handed their sixth loss in a row, going down 78-69 to Collingwood All Stars at home on Saturday night. Collingwood were able to get out to a nine-point lead...

Eagles continue to soar

By Jackson Russell Whittlesea are now just a game off top spot on the NFNL division two ladder after a 132-point win over Epping at home on Saturday. The Eagles were in control from the outset,...

Mernda back on track

Mernda have evened out their record to 6-6 with a 44-point away win over Reservoir on Saturday. Mernda led by eight points after two goal to one first term. The Demons put their stamp on the...

Power beat Blues for 12th straight

By Jackson Russell LAURIMAR remain undefeated in division three of the NFNL after their 12th consecutive win, toppling Kilmore by 35 points at JJ Clancy Reserve on Saturday. The Blues got the jump on the Power...

Protesters halt logging

By Evelyn Leckie CONCERNED Kinglake residents are protesting in the Mt Robertson Forest to call for VicForests to stop native forest logging in the area. For the past two weeks, protesters have been walking into the...

Cheese-maker uproar

By Jackson Russell The City of Whittlesea has thrown its support behind local cheesemakers to fight a proposed free-trade agreement between Australia and the European Union that would remove geographical indicators from local cheese. Deputy mayor...

Whittlesea winners

By Evelyn Leckie WHITTLESEA businesses are coming out on top with a dog groomer, liquor store, bakery and butcher winning excellence awards. Dog groomer and business owner of Hairy Cherubs Trish Wileman won Australia’s Favourite...

Roos to relocate

By Evelyn Leckie STRANDED kangaroos on a Woolworths-owned paddock in Mernda will be relocated after a year of waiting on a Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning approval. Roos have occupied the paddock close to...

Aged care woes

By Evelyn Leckie The Federal Government’s aged care reforms are causing concern for City of Whittlesea councillors as they grapple with the uncertain future of subsidised aged care services. Councillors resolved to continue delivering aged...

Pacers build momentum

Whittlesea Pacers men’s side went 2-0 in their back-to-back games over the weekend, improving their record to 4-11. Whittlesea fought off a comeback to beat Coburg Giants 65-61 at home on Saturday night. Whittlesea kept trying...