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Jill will live on

“I don't know where I am going, but I hope there aren't a lot of stairs.” These were the final words from Jill Heinze in...

Honouring Edna’s legacy

Ninety years ago, Edna Walling designed a garden for friend Isobel Burdett’s Lilydale property. Today, a team is working to restore the historic space to...

Fears for century-old trees

The Lilydale level crossing removal project could kill trees that are more than 120 years old, locals fear. Lilydale and District Historical Society president Sue...

The Round-up

Upwey burglary Police are appealing for information about a midday burglary that took place in Upwey on 12 September. Between 12 midday and 1pm, a residential...

Monbulk pokies approved

 Monbulk Bowling Club will add 10 pokies to its gaming room. The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) approved the club’s application to...

Students strike for climate

A Yarra Ranges student climate activist group is calling on other students in the area to take part in an upcoming global climate strike. The...

A red-letter day for the red, white and black South Belgrave army

The South Belgrave Football and Netball Club made history this year winning four premiership flags and competing in five Grand Finals. The Belgrave Saints swept...

Discovery Dog – An Amazing Race!

 We are so excited to be launching a new event on Sunday 22 September. It’s almost time to ready your pooches and get set for...

Writing to change history

The tales of Harry “Breaker” Morant remain a controversial part of Australian war history. To this day, debate still surrounds the story of Morant and...

Menzies Creek youngster to play futsal on world stage

What started out as a bit of fun with mates has morphed into a once in a lifetime opportunity for Menzies Creek 12-year-old Indie...

Plaque pays tribute to Merchant Navy

The red ensign has been raised in Upwey to honour seafarers from world wars and modern mariners who brave the waves. As a means of...

Selby Fest makes grand return

After two cancellations in a row, Selby fest is returning. The festival was cancelled in 2017 and 2018 because of inclement weather, though this...

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Be fire safe this long weekend

CFA and The Alfred are urging Victorians to be fire safe and reduce burn-related injuries across the state this long weekend. CFA Chief Officer Steve...

The Scouting effect

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