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Emerald songstress returns

Vanessa Amorosi is heading home. The Emerald-raised singer will play the York on Lilydale in Mount Evelyn on Thursday 16 May on her Heavy Lies...

Burn-offs ‘out of control’

Yarra Ranges and Cardinia fire crews responded to several out of control burn-offs just hours after the CFA Fire Danger Period ended. The period restricting...

Cardinia recycling recommences

Cardinia Shire Council confirms residents’ kerbside recycling processing has resumed. This follows SKM's Hallam transfer station re-opening after addressing stockpiling issues at this site and...

Health cuts – or growth?

More than $23 million in cuts to Eastern Health funding “will hit locals hard”, according to the State Government. But the Federal Government says funding...

New purpose for historic tree

One of Mount Evelyn’s historic trees has found a new role. The chestnut trees beside the oval at Mount Evelyn Recreation Reserve were planted by...

It’s gold for Sam

When it comes to Basketball, Avolseigh resident Sam Randalls philosophy is simple: “work hard, have fun, and give it a go.” When the Avonsleigh Basketballer...

Train-ing for marathon milestone

For Louise Edwards of Upper Ferntree Gully, the 2019 Great Train Race at Puffing Billy is an extra special one. Having run the race eight...

Montrose CCTV pledge

Montrose would receive a new CCTV system under a re-elected Liberal-National Government. Casey MP Tony Smith made the pledge on Wednesday 24 April, promising to...

Montrose hosts Anzac service

 About 500 people attended the first ever Anzac Day service held at the Montrose War Memorial in the Montrose Town Centre Gardens on 25...

A win on the Hawks

Hawthorn jersey numbers from the 1980s helped a Montrose man to score a TattsLotto division one win. The man held one of the four division...

Racing into retirement

While 13-year-old, Eva Dickinson, will be running her very first Great Train Race on Sunday, Peter Thorne, 70, from Menzies Creek is preparing...

Numbers up in Upwey

 Attendance was up at the Upwey-Belgrave RSL sub-branch’s Anzac Day commemorations. President David Eaton said the dawn and main services went extremely well and attracted...

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A day never to be forgotten

At 9am on 15 August 1945 Prime Minister, Ben Chifley, broadcast to a waiting nation that the Japanese had surrendered and the Second World...

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