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Kangaroos head for the Hills

By Tania MartinNORTH Melbourne Kangaroos Football Club headed for the Hills for a boot camp to kick start their pre-season training schedule. The team spent...

Saluting their service

HILLS servicemen and women have been recognised for their contribution to helping to defend Australia. La Trobe MP Jason Wood last week presented 17 defence...

Nuts about Australia

By Tania MartinCALLING Australia home for the past nine months has been an opportunity of a lifetime for exchange student Nayara Filgueiras. The Brazilian teenager...

Councillors say there’s no need for a pay rise

By Paul PickeringTWO foothills councillors say they are sceptical about calls to increase pay for members of local government. Last week, the Municipal Association of...

Proudly flying the flag

RAY Higgs (Mail, 9 August) is entitled to his opinion, seeing as he enjoys the democratically elected freedoms all Australians enjoy! Thank God we can...

A debt of gratitute

AFTER many years of serving the community Robyn Hale is retiring from her role as a councillor, firstly for the Shire of Sherbrooke and...

Evergreen fun

FOR Evergreen on Olinda is well worth a visit for gardening enthusiasts. This delightful nursery stocks a large range of weeping ornamentals, evergreen magnolias, camellias,...

Winning note for Rockets

IT was another great day in a superb season for the Sherbrooke Rangers Rockets in the last Under 8 game of the season at...

Ferrari takes over at Emerald club

By Tania MartinEMERALD Football Club is jumping straight into its pre-season preparation after a disappointing 2005-06 season. The club has announced its line-up of coaches...

Correction

THE Mail spelt Gerry Heilmann’s name incorrectly in the story in the sports pages titled Helimann gears up for new challenge. It was also incorrectly...

Historic shine

By Tania MartinA RAY of light will soon shine across the George Tindale Memorial Garden in Sherbrooke. Six heritage light poles that once lined St...

Girls begin anti cancer program

THE Shire of Yarra Ranges has begun the process of vaccinating up to 4600 young females as part of the National Cervical Cancer Vaccination...

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School gates re-open

After two months of empty classrooms and silent schoolyards, Victorian schools welcomed back about 257,000 students on 26 May as part of a staged...