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A display to remember

By Evelyn LeckieA Remembrance Day display in Kilmore has caught the eye of a Tasmanian family who was thankful to Kilmore RSL for recognising...

Drum listens to Broadford

By Evelyn LeckieMEMBER for Nicholls Damian Drum headed to Broadford last week to meet with community members who are now included in his...

Ned Kelly returns

By Evelyn LeckieNED Kelly returned to Beveridge last week – the remade statue version that is.Earlier this year the original statue of Ned Kelly,...

Cubby kerfuffle

By Evelyn LeckieA CUBBY house built by 14-year-old teenagers at Gisborne was cleared by Macedon Ranges Shire council on Friday after council deemed it...

Raised concerns

RAISED intersections in Epping and Thomastown may be causing more vehicle accidents than reducing them after a probe into their benefits began in Parliament...

Left in the dark

By Evelyn LeckieSAFETY concerns have been raised by night time drivers entering the Northern Highway and Broadford-Kilmore Road roundabout, as nine major street...

Sustainability in Seymour

By Evelyn LeckieCHEF Amrit Palsinth has taken environmental concerns into his own hands at Baba’s Kitchen in Seymour by introducing stainless steel containers for...

Roos to relocate

By Evelyn LeckieSTRANDED kangaroos on a Woolworths-owned paddock in Mernda will be relocated after a year of waiting on a Department of Environment, Land,...

Politics plays with property market

By Evelyn LeckieExperts are hopeful for brighter times in the real estate market, following the Coalition being re-elected and the announcement of the State...

Green thumb winners in Whittlesea

FIVE green thumbs in the City of Whittlesea have won $2000 worth of prizes for their gorgeous gardens in council’s garden competition.There must be...

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