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Dandenong Ranges hotel receives award for Parma of the Year at hotel industry’s night...

Tt this year’s hotel industry night of nights, a local Clematis hotel has taken out the award for their parmigiana. At the Australian Hotel Association...

Registrations for Cardinia kindergartens closing soon

New 2023 kindergarten registrations or changes to placement preferences must be submitted by Thursday 30 June 2022 to be included in first round offers,...

Reclaiming bond to be easier than ever for renters

An overhaul of the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority (RTBA) online system has been announced by the Victorian Government to make reclaiming bond money an...

Bringing craft to the classroom

Applications for the Creative Learning Partnerships program are now open as it celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The program provides funding to Victorian schools...

Goodbye to Patricia Ellis

Those living in the Dandenong Ranges may have known the late Doctor Patricia Ellis AM for her role in shaping the nation’s animal health...

New reforms to support police and community safety

Important reforms to bolster the work of Victoria Police and aim at keeping the Victorian community safe have been introduced to the Victorian Parliament....

Cox’s clocks keep him ticking away

When John Cox said goodbye to his wife of 58 years, Jean, two years ago, he found himself in what described as a dilemma....

Old timer helped to his feet

A beloved horse owned by a Monbulk family was rescued from a near-fatal incident on Sunday 12 June after losing footing and falling into...

Cardinia Shire’s pothole problem

Residents in Cardinia Shire are becoming concerned with the state of roads in the shire and the damage potholes can inflict on vehicles. During the...

Knox City Council hosts drop in session for The Basin triangle

Residents in The Basin met with Knox City Council workers to have their say on a proposed master plan for The Basin Triangle. On Friday...

Displaying a swastika now illegal in Victoria

In an Australian first, Victoria has banned the public display of the Nazi symbol, often referred to as the swastika. The Summary Offences Amendment...

Historical Society still waiting for new resource centre 12 years after demolition

12 years ago, Knox Historical Societies’ dilapidated resource centre at Ambleside Park was demolished by Knox City Council in preparation for a new facility...

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Dandenong Ranges hotel receives award for Parma of the Year at...

Tt this year’s hotel industry night of nights, a local Clematis hotel has taken out the award for their parmigiana. At the Australian Hotel Association...