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Lock your doors

 Thieves stole $8000 in items from an unlocked car parked in Belgrave. Yarra Ranges CIU detectives are investigating and said the theft occurred between 7pm...

A sporting chance for women and girls

 Five hills sporting clubs will share in $750,000 to give women and girls more opportunities to get active. The VicHealth funding will support new teams...

Running 4ASD

On 7 July 2019 Tecoma physiotherapist David Bilston will take part in one of the biggest triathlon’s in the world; Challenge Roth, in Germany....

Hollywood comes to the hills

Producers, directors and notable Belgrave celebrities received the red carpet treatment at the Lantern and Light International Children’s Festival movie awards at Belgrave Cameo...

Crime on the rise

 Crime is up 4.2 per cent in the Yarra Ranges, latest figures show. The Crime Statistics Agency released the Victorian recorded crime statistics for the...

The round-up

Car crash Two people were taken to hospital following a car crash on Belgrave-Hallam Road in Belgrave on 18 June. Police closed the road for an...

A century passed

 Mount Evelyn RSL has finished tributes for local World War I service men and women held 100 years to the day after their deaths. Sub-branch...

Playing for Jai

 Junior footballers will pay tribute to a lost mate this weekend and raise money for research into the condition that claimed his life. The under-16s...

Lanterns light longest night

Even though it was a cold night, the Belgrave Lantern Parade warmed the hearts of those who attended. Thousands of residents from the Dandenong Ranges...

Editor’s desk

 I was so disappointed to see comments about choosing “the best person for the job” on our story about encouraging more women to consider...

Not-so-grand Australian flag isn’t so easy to replace

We need to talk about your Australian flag, Belgrave. Up a flagpole in Belgrave is a torn, tattered and ragged Australian flag that for the...

It’s none of our business, but…

 True believers Do you believe there is a panther-like creature roaming the Yarra Ranges? It turns out that 89 per cent of our readers do. We ran...

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Students leading the way in sustainability

The Lilydale Heights Secondary College has been applauded for reducing its environmental impact through the Victorian Government’s ResourceSmart Schools Program. The College received its first-star...

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