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Lockdown extended, more restrictions for metro

Metropolitan Melbourne has received the unwanted news that lockdown will be extended for a further two weeks until 2 September, with more restrictions being...

Government launches jab campaign

The Victorian Government is expanding access to the AstraZeneca vaccine for younger age groups across all state vaccination centres, and capacity is being scaled...

Vietnam Veterans Day events cancelled again

For the second consecutive year, local RSL services for Vietnam Veterans Day have been forced to cancel due to lockdown restrictions. Each year Lilydale and...

Keeping kids active in lockdown

Staying active and getting outdoors is really the only thing us metro-Melburinans can do while in lockdown and thanks to the creativity of one...

‘We can’t see an end in sight’

For people like Naomi Challenger and Tam Brisbane, seeing their businesses, which they have worked so hard to build, struggle through lockdown after lockdown...

Census question slammed as “insensitive”

The wording of a question on this year’s census has become a subject of controversy, with many women taking to social media to express...

Council confusion over Cave Hill Rd

News of the Cave Hill Road level crossing being closed came as quite a shock to Yarra Ranges Council. In response, Melba Ward councillor...

New legal tool helps locals recover after storms

The storms that wreaked havoc throughout Yarra Ranges in early June are well in the past, but locals are still dealing with the problems...

Arts on hold

Yarra Ranges residents, along with the rest of Victoria, were plunged into another lockdown last week but that hasn’t kept people from remaining positive....

Lockdown extended another week

Metropolitan Melbourne will remain in lockdown for another week after more mystery Covid-19 cases were recorded in the region. The extension of the lockdown...

GAT rescheduled

This year’s General Achievement Test (GAT) for Year 12 students will be rescheduled to a later date due to the state’s ongoing lockdowns. With ongoing...

Mooroolbark planning application divides council

Councillors were divided over the submission of a planning application to build three townhouses in Mooroolbark. The council meeting held on Tuesday 27 July...

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Cire’s biggest ever twilight market

Mount Evelyn and Montrose residents are invited to support and shop local for Christmas this year with Cire's annual Christmas market returning bigger and...

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