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Getting a buzz out of bees

Nearly two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural production benefits from bee pollination. Beyond using bees in food production, a growing number of locals are sharing their...

Senior community reflects and learns together

A poem reflecting on the process of ageing gave a poignant highlight to a recent expo held by Cardinia Shire. The Cardinia Shire’s Ageing...

Sliding for a cure

Receiving his Motor Neurone Disease (MND) diagnosis nine years ago, Matt Stickland and his family have been heavily active in the fight against MND...

Three charged after ram-raids

Three teenagers, with one as young as 13, have been charged with multiple alleged ram raids targeting the Dandenong Ranges. Eastern Region Crime Squad...

Annual Grants are now open

Yarra Ranges Council (YRC) approved the 2025 Annual Grants program including increasing the amount of money available to the community. Councillors approved increasing funding...

Greater glider death in the Yarra Ranges National Park prompts more concerns about fire-risk...

The death of an endangered Greater Glider in the Yarra Ranges National Park at the site of tree removal has prompted further calls from...

1700 Mazda BT-50 cars recalled due to parking light fault

1703 Mazda BT-50 (TF) 1.9 ltr models with a year range of 2021 - 2023 have been recalled. Due to a software issue within the...

Jaycar mains timer recalled due to risk of electric shock

Jaycar Electronics 240 volt 12-hour Programmable Mains Timer has been recalled due to the risk of electric shock. The powertech 12-hour programmable timer for wall...

Federal Government prioritises housing crisis in the budget

The housing crisis is one of the top prioritised sectors in the 2024-2025 Federal budget, handed down on Tuesday 14 May, aiming to ease...

‘Tokenistic’ funding not enough to support ‘overwhelming’ legal service demand

The handing down of the Federal Budget came with a wave of disappointment for community legal centres with only a fraction of the required...

Sustainable Kallista Log House Hits the Market

Finished seven years ago and built to meet the standards of the ‘Passivhaus’ criteria, the iconic Kallista ‘log house’ is a leading example for...

Pilot parking program to be trialled in Warburton

A new pilot program for parking is set to be trialled in Warburton after being approved by councillors at the Tuesday 14 May Yarra...

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Getting a buzz out of bees

Nearly two-thirds of Australia’s agricultural production benefits from bee pollination. Beyond using bees in food production, a growing number of locals are sharing their...

Sliding for a cure

A Queer Legal saga