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Product limits eased

Numerous major supermarkets have eased product limits on items such as rice and toilet paper, as customer demand moderates and supply returns. It comes after...

Have your say: Belgrave Station car park

Residents, traders and station users are being invited to provide feedback on a design for the new multi-deck car park being built at Belgrave...

Sirens to sound for fallen police officers

Fire brigades across the Yarra Ranges will sound their sirens today (29 April) in honour of the four police officers that were killed in...

Major coronavirus testing blitz

Up to 100,000 Victorians will be tested for coronavirus over the next two weeks as part of a major testing blitz across the state. The...

Flood warning issued for Yarra Ranges

A Flood Watch has been issued for the Yarra River over the next 24 hours, with most towns in the Yarra Ranges impacted. Vic...

Donations to help deliver happiness to sick kids

The Starlight Children’s Foundation is calling on the community to support over 5000 seriously ill and hospitalised children. With Starlight Day on 1 May, Starlight...

Tributes flow for police

Tributes have flown across the Yarra Ranges in response to the tragic police incident that saw four officers killed in Kew. Local police stations, fire...

Bird book helps beat isolation

A local photographer is offering families the chance to observe and learn about birds in their backyards while in isolation. Selby’s Kathie Thomas has lived...

Guardrails to prevent next tragedy

A guardrail will be installed along Paternoster Road in Emerald to prevent further loss of control and head-on crashes. After several serious car accidents along...

Roundabout rampage

A driver that destroyed a community garden bed on the main roundabout in Monbulk has been identified and charged. Police said the male driver intentionally...

The lengthy process of a single planned burn

As Victoria’s planned burning program ramps up during autumn, many locals will be notified of burns in their area and might notice smoke outside...

Creativity amid Covid

The Covid-19 crisis and subsequent lock down has been music the ears of those who have always craved time to learn an instrument or...

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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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