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Quilting quest

There’s a unique quilting group in Monbulk helping to keep children around the world warm. The Monbulk group; Quilts for Orphans has been around...

Going electric

Two new electric vehicles have joined the Yarra Ranges Council fleet, as part of a trial to help Council reach its carbon emissions reduction...

Here, there, everywhere in Belgrave

The HERE ME youth arts project culminated on Saturday 13 April with a Flashmob taking over Belgrave. Local artist and secondary teacher Dani-Ela Kayler...

Funding for Wellington road

The Federal Government announced on 15 April that $110 million will go towards funding the duplication of Wellington Road. The thoroughfare, between Napoleon Road and...

Parking plans go ahead

Yarra Ranges Council will be trialling new parking restrictions in the Belgrave area for the next three months. Following concerns raised by traders and community...

Stormwater project complete in time for Anzac Day

Construction of the Sassafras Creek stormwater project has been completed in time for the Anzac Day event to be held on Village Green. The project...

It’s none of our business, but…

Peter’s getting snippy Dr Peter Van Orsouw is getting the snip but, it’s not what you think. Last week the Mail told readers that the Belgrave...

Easter smoke warning

 Two planned burns will take place today (Thursday 18 April) across Mount Dandenong and Lysterfield. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) said...

Women on the home front

Over the centenary of Anzac, many local primary school students have participated in my Anzac Essay competition. This year I chose the topic of Women...

Train race is on track

 ‘Do you think a runner could beat Puffing Billy to Emerald Lake Park?’ In 1980, a conversation just like this between Puffing Billy volunteers led...

Shave the day

 Dr. Peter Van Orsouw is getting the snip but, it’s not what you think. The Belgrave South Veterinary Clinic veterinarian is getting luscious long locks...

We will remember

ANZAC Day is a truly significant day on the Australian calendar, and one that Ferntree Gully musician Benny Allen believes people should remember and...

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NBN woes for Emerald business owner

An Emerald business is reporting a phone outage problem since January. Amazing K9 Grooming owner, Marilyn Goodwin said that since January the business has been...

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