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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...

Aussie author cracks the kids up

A lucky group of Yarra Hills Secondary College students were inspired by Australian author Scot Gardner on Tuesday 20 August. The young adult fiction writer,...

TRIP – the sergeant

“You’ll never hear me say accident. They are not accidents, they are collisions - something caused it to happen.” That one statement might have given...

Tribute to Trent

A community fund-raiser will support the Kennedy family following the tragic loss of much loved son and brother Trent Kennedy. The GoFundMe has already raised...

Woman and child treated after tree falls on car

Emergency services were called to Belgrave-Gembrook Road in Belgrave after a tree fell onto a car just before 9am this morning (20 August). Paramedics treated...

Firies recognised for years of service

The Mount Evelyn Fire Brigade celebrated 80 years of service to the community at its annual dinner and awards night on 10 August. The event...

Crossing feedback

 The community can have its say on the proposal to remove the Lilydale’s Maroondah Highway level crossing. The Rail Removal Authority will hold a public...

The round-up

1000 steps call-out Emerald and Knox SES crews helped a woman with health concerns at the 1000 Steps on Saturday 17 August. The woman was reportedly...

Making an impression

First Impressions count. The saying is particularly true when it comes to job interviews, so long-term unemployed women in the Yarra Ranges are helping others...

We’re all baffled by this extremely rare golden possum, spotted in the Dandenongs.

Friends, folks, comrades, cop an eyeful of this golden possum. Look at it. Study it closely. You may never see another again, or you...

What will happen when we stop feeding the birds?

Everyone loves free food, especially birds, but what happens when the food stops? In March 2019, the Sulphur Crested Cockatoos that call Grants Picnic...

Sewing the seeds of social justice

Sassafras Primary School students are helping to feed the hungry.On Monday 12 August students harvested their vegetable garden, and filled the cupboards at the...

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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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