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Back and bigger than ever!

The annual Monbulk Car Show is here again, bigger and better than ever before! It will take place on Sunday 25 November in Main Street,...

Cockatoo’s hamper helpers

Each year, St Luke's Anglican Church in Cockatoo makes hampers for people who struggle at Christmas. Cockatoo Rural Fire Brigade captain Chris White spoke to...

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a Skywhale.

We often look to the sky and wonder about our place in the world, and this is especially true when we see a whale...

The magic is gone

The magic has seemingly gone from Wright forest in Cockatoo, after the disappearance of a fairy garden. Over a period of months, residents visiting...

Your Favs from Growing Pains

Rounding out Growing Pains initiative’s incredible exhibition program, Your Favs brings together some of the public’s favourite artists from exhibitions across the year. Self-described as...

Appeal for missing woman

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing woman Gabrielle Mahony. Ms Mahony was last seen around 12.30pm on 19 November at Wicks...

Garden growing ties

A Mount Evelyn garden has brought together teens from Ranges TEC and adults with disabilities. Melba Support Services’ Kerry Kift said the community garden concept...

A magical mosaic

The Selby Community House unveiled its colossal six-month mosaic project on Saturday 17 November. The 11 metre long mosaic reflects the local environment and the...

From B to M

Upwey high School was rocking on 16 November when Tiwi Island band, Bathurst to Melville (B2M) paid a visit. But the visit was about more...

Four decades down

 Birmingham Primary is celebrating 40 years and inviting past staff and students to join in. The Mount Evelyn school is welcoming visitors to stop by...

Burn-off restrictions now in force

 The Fire Danger Period is now in place in the Yarra Ranges. CFA District 13 acting operations manager Tim Holland said the warmer and drier...

Vying for your vote

In ballot paper order, here are the candidates asking for your vote at the Saturday 24 November State Election. Monbulk   Joshua James Norman LABOUR DLP   John Schurink LIBERAL John is...

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Man hit by bus A bus struck a man in his sixties on Belgrave-Gembrook Road in Menzies Creek about 7pm on Friday 19 July. It’s believed...

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