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Students celebrate ATAR excellence

Results for Year 12 students across the state were released on December 18 and students from Mater Christi College have come out on top...

Call to all Junior Rangers

Parks Victoria is inviting children and their families to have fun learning about nature by joining Junior Ranger activities this school holidays. Park rangers host...

Blewitt celebrates 50 years of teaching.

In December last year, St Thomas More’s Primary School in Belgrave proudly celebrated grade / prep educator Carol Blewitt’s 50th year of teaching. To honour...

Get your geek on

These School holidays Girl Geek Academy, the first women-founded learning academy for girl geek hackers, hustlers and hipsters, is delivering a series of STEM-focused...

Concerns over creek contamination

It’s believed illegal dumping is responsible for a contamination event at Koolunga Reserve in Ferntree Gully. Photos posted on 9 January on the Friends of...

Rachel writes from the heart

 A Silvan singer-songwriter is learning the ropes in Australia’s country music capital. The Mail spoke to Rachel Ricciuti on day three of a two-week intensive...

Chainsaws stolen from Macclesfield Fire Brigade

Police are investigating after two chainsaws were stolen from Macclesfield Fire Brigade early this morning. Detective Sergeant Mick Duke from Yarra Ranges Criminal Investigation...

No to nuclear

The Yarra Ranges Youth Reference Group is pushing the Federal Government to sign the United Nations nuclear weapon ban treaty to keep communities and...

Put your hard waste out on time and keep the Yarra Ranges beautiful

Yarra Ranges Council is encouraging residents to check their hard waste collection date and are reminding people to only to put their waste out...

Search for missing teen

Police are appealing for public help to find teenager Marnie Meyers. The 15-year-old was last seen on 16 December in the Blackburn area. Investigators believe Marnie...

Fishing is therapy

Every weekend of the year, in the waters off Melbourne, something inspiring takes place. People with special needs – men and women, girls and boys...

A tree-mendous Christmas

So you’ve picked your perfect Christmas tree and it’s made its journey home...now what? The Mail spoke to Adrian from Ports Christmas Tree Farm in...

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Two Wongs making a white

Local The Basin artist Tammy Wong Hulbert has been selected as one of 56 creative talents to exhibit their work as part of the...

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