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Q&A with Paul Tesselaar

What is something people don’t know about you? My parents had eight children, of which I’m number six What has been your most memorable moment? Having a...

Police working beyond the boundary to keep roads safe this Grand Final weekend

The siren might be sounding on another footy season but police aren’t dropping the ball when it comes to road safety. While AFL fans state-wide...

Jewish International Film Festival brings Jojo Rabbit to Belgrave

With sensational tales packed with screen luminaries, side-splitting comedies, and stories of iconic Jewish trailblazers and innovators, the Jewish International Film Festival returns for...

Local Business digs deep for Halloween on the Green Best Dressed Competition

Goblins, ghouls and ghosts are invited to “show off their scary” at the Halloween on the Green event in Ferny Creek on Saturday 26...

Helping kids by getting hands-on

Disengaged students can often struggle in the confines of a classroom. That’s why Mount Evelyn Primary School is working to provide these types of students...

Rovers’ stunning win

The Mount Evelyn Football Netball Club’s Division 1 A Grade netball side claimed premiership victory over the weekend with a thrilling 32-29 win over...

The Round-up

Operation Scoreboard Victoria Police will be executing their game plan over the grand final long weekend and ask the community to consider theirs as police...

Per Ardua Ad Astra

Ad Astra Starring Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones and Donald Sutherland Rated M Ad Astra is a deeply-affecting, atmospheric and superbly-paced science fiction character drama in the...

Heading from the hills to the climate strike

A group of Dandenong Ranges residents joined the thousands of people that made their way to the climate strike in Melbourne on 20 September. According...

Unbridled ambition overcomes horror horse fall

When Kathryn Kurcos fell off a horse, leaving her paralysed and with severe brain injuries she was told she would never walk again. But after...

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

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...

Bittersweet last day at Silvan Primary

The last days of school are always bittersweet. Teachers organise a range of enjoyable and exciting activities to lull you into the holiday period...

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Historic picnic ground

Kay’s Picnic Ground is one of three picnic areas on the Sassafras Creek between Kallista and Monbulk. It was named after James Kay, the first...