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Grave concerns for Ferntree Gully cemetery

People are dying to get into Ferntree Gully cemetery, with Knox councillors making the decision on 25 February to create more space to hold...

The little fern film festival

 A group of 20 Mount Dandenong Primary School students will be showcasing their original short films at the inaugural Little Fern Film Festival on...

A name change is not all that’s changed

The Emerald Village Committee (EVC) has undergone a name change, but that’s not all. Unlike its predecessor - which existed as a committee appointed...

Bird feeding will be banned at Grants Picnic Ground

There are some experiences synonymous with the Dandenong Ranges and feeding birds at Grants Picnic ground is one of them. In its formative years,...

Feast your eyes on these wholesome dogs from last night’s pool pawty.

It’s Tuesday and if you’re like me than that means the start of the week.Luckily, to lull you into the working week we have...

Montrose members meet an old friend

When Montrose CFA volunteers drove into Mill Valley Ranch to protect it from the Bunyip State Park bushfires, none of them expected to see...

Volunteer fireman choo-choo-chooses to ignore rules

Tourists travelling on Puffing Billy on 30 January were put in harm’s way after a fireman was given the opportunity to drive Puffing Billy,...

Helping our four-legged family members

Pets are family too. That’s the message being spread by the Dandenong Ranges Emergency Relief Service (DRERS), who are helping pet owners at risk of...

Bank goes bye-bye

The news that the Monbulk ANZ branch will be closing is a huge blow to the town. Simon Bown relayed the news on the hills...

Scholarship for young Kallista talent

A PHD student at Monash University with a passion for Sustainable Development is one of 17 leading students Australia-wide named as a Westpac Future...

Anger over fire management

As bushfire-affected communities begin to recoup after the devastation of the weekend, mounting complaints are surfacing about authorities inaction to forest management. Cardinia Shire...

Hills support on show

Bushfires have devastated much of the state, but out of that devastation the hills community has rallied to help provide support in any way...

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Children’s reading goes to the dogs — and that’s a good...

At 10 years of age, Bucky is the youngest staff member at Gembrook Primary School. But, there are a couple of differences between Bucky and...