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Teacher’s beanies has students beaming

Grade 4 students from Belgrave South Primary school received a snuggly surprise upon returning to school last week. During the remote learning period, teacher Carla...

Lilydale GP tests positive to virus

A Lilydale general practitioner was among confirmed Covid-19 cases recorded over the weekend. The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the GP worked at...

Continuing Don’s legacy

New Lilydale RSL president Paul Payne is hoping to follow in the footsteps of his late friend and former RSL president Don Parsons. Mr Payne,...

Have your say: Remote learning

Principals, teachers, parents and students can now have a say on remote and flexible learning, to gain insights into how the education system can...

Climate plan open for comment

Yarra Ranges Council is encouraging the community to comment on its new Liveable Climate Plan. The draft plan was recently released for community...

Serious crash in Avonsleigh

A man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries following a single car crash in Avonsleigh early this morning (11 June). Emergency services were called...

Awards for early years professionals

Victorians are being encouraged to recognise those who improve the lives of young children by nominating an individual or organisation for a Victorian Early...

Learn the basics of Buddhism

A local Buddhism centre is encouraging people to get involved in its free introductory course. Upwey’s Buddhist Discussion Centre Australia will conduct an eight week...

Modern schools for Mt Evelyn

Leaking roofs and worn out surfaces will be a thing of the past for numerous Mount Evelyn schools. The State Government recently announced that three...

Tragic long weekend on the roads

A motorcyclist and a passenger of a vehicle did not make it home this Queen’s birthday long weekend, as the impact of road trauma...

Minor capital grants open for schools

A new $20 million Minor Capital Works Fund will fund minor school capital projects at government schools across the state. Schools can now apply for...

Be aware when burning off

With landholders making use of cooler weather to conduct burn-offs, the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is warning that tossing waste into flames can be...

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CFA uncertainty

The rollout of the State Government’s Fire Rescue Victoria (FRV) has sparked concern for the future of volunteer firefighters throughout the eastern region. FRV was...