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Wheel support

 Yarra Ranges Council publicly recognised and thanked more than 100 volunteers who worked year-round to help isolated, aged and frail residents. Mayor Tony Stevenson said...

Rail review

Lilydale residents are encouraged to share their ideas about removing the town’s level crossing. Yarra Ranges Councillor Richard Higgins told the Tuesday 27 August council...

Stable One support

 Yarra Ranges Councillors are vowing to cut red tape that closed a homeless housing project this winter. Councillor Len Cox told the Tuesday 27 August...

Growing friendships

Yarra Ranges families with new additions can make new friends, learn about services close to home and improve the environment. Yarra Ranges Council is hosting...

Female motorbike riders unite

The world-first Women Riders World Relay (WRWR) rode through Lilydale today (30 August) as part of its Australian leg of the global tour. Almost 80...

Miff comes to the Cameo

From 13-15 September, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) presents the Travelling Showcase, with a series of weekend programs taking place across regional Victoria. The...

Sensory free hour at Halloween on the Green

At this year’s Halloween on the Green, organisers have set aside one hour during which there are no crowds or overwhelming stimuli for children...

Blooming marvellous spring displays

 Residents are reassured that Hancock’s Daffodils in the Menzies Creek is open for spring, despite the heavy machinery that’s parked on their lawn. Will...

Scratch it up

 Hosted at the creative space of Two Floors studio in Belgrave on Sunday, ‘Scratch it up’ gave audiencesa glimpse into this years ‘hillsceneLIVE’ (HSL). From...

The curator bringing Hairy Maclary to life in the Yarra Valley

Lynley Dodd’s tales of Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy have resonated with generations of Australians for over 35 years. One person who has become almost...

Out in the cold

Bureaucratic buck-passing is threatening to leave Yarra Ranges’ homeless out in the cold. Yarra Ranges Council shut down the Stable One Winter Shelter on Tuesday...

The round-up

Chainsaws stolen Monbulk police are investigating the theft of two chainsaws valued at $1000 each from a Monbulk home. Thieves took two chainsaws from small business...

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Police urge Victorians to be roadwise this festive season

Yarra Ranges police have launched their biggest road policing operation of the year, spanning 24 days. With the Victorian road toll currently sitting at 252,...

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