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Monbulk student wins national colouring competition

St. Paul’s Catholic Primary School student, Grace Gaunt was the winner of this year’s national Newspower Australia Easter Colouring Competition. A representative attended the...

Desal tops up Cardinia Reservoir

Cardinia Reservoir will receive the largest order of water after storage levels dropped to under 50 per cent. Minister for Water Lisa Neville said the...

Calling all green thumbs and train lovers

Puffing Billy Railway and Johns Hill Landcare are inviting residents to pull on some gloves, roll up their sleeves and come down to Puffing...

Lilydale hoon impound

 A 20-year-old man will be without his ute for a month and will need to explain his actions to a Magistrate. Lilydale police officers allegedly...

The round-up

Massage parlour closed down Police for the second time shut down a massage parlour that was surreptitiously offering more than just massages....

CFA reform under fire

The contentious Fire Services Reform bill passed its first hurdle “at record pace”. Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) said the proposed legislation avoided scrutiny when...

Dawn survey keeps tabs on our lyrebirds

Fairy tales don’t come much happier than the story of the lyrebirds of Sherbrooke Forest - one of the most rousing successes in recent...

Crash course

Peter Smith is no stranger to car crashes. The Upper Ferntree Gully Fire Brigade Captain has attended plenty over his years with the CFA. But he...

Developing the Dandenongs

When you buy a house and move to a new neighbourhood in a new community, you want to make sure that the neighbourhood stays...

Poetry awards calls for local entries

 Entries for the annual Woorilla Poetry awards close in just a few weeks and this year organisers are hopeful that more young people will...

Let it glow

Now is the time to start making your own lanterns to be a part of the 13th annual Belgrave Lantern Parade on Saturday, 22...

OAM for Life Saver

Surf Life Saving has enabled Tecoma resident Stafford Smith to do great things for the community. In the past 20 years an estimated 575 Upwey...

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More than toys

Toys hand-made in Mount Evelyn are bringing joy to disadvantaged kids in East Timor. Morrison Men’s Shed member Jim Brown has been spearheading the project...

More women wanted