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Petrol prices tip over $2

A Bayswater North petrol station has tipped over $2 a litre as expected price rises hit the region. Currently, the average price of petrol...

Dan Murphy’s granted liquor licence

A major liquor retailer has been granted permission to sell alcohol at it's newly acquired shop just down the road in Kilsyth. The...

Celebrating Chin culture in Croydon

It was National Chin Day over the weekend and a local festival celebrated the many traditions of the culture. Kilsyth resident Andrew Jeffery...

Traditional Celtic festival tries again for March

With a large number Scots, Brits and Welsh people living in the Yarra Ranges, a nearby festival is inviting people to celebrate and enjoy...

Deferred planning application approved by council

Yarra Ranges Council has approved a planning application for a subdivision in Mount Evelyn, after it was deferred late last year. The property at...

Victorian Government announce $200 million business stimulus package

A new stimulus package worth $200 million has been announced by the Victorian government targeting hospitality and tourism sectors disrupted by the Omicron wave. The...

Voices of Casey announce candidate

Voices of Casey have selected Claire Ferres Miles, CEO of Sustainability Victoria and a Yarra Ranges resident, as their candidate for the 2022 federal...

Further easing of Covid-19 restrictions

Mount Evelyn residents will be able to take their masks off in some settings by the end of the week, as restrictions ease once...

Council meeting agenda to address planning applications

On the agenda for the Yarra Ranges Council Meeting for 22 February is the planning application for a subdivision in Mount Evelyn. The owners...

Celebrating 25 years of Yarra Ranges Kinders

Mount Evelyn's Memorial Preschool has been serving the community for over 70 years and has been sitting under Yarra Ranges Kindergartens (YRKI) umbrella for...

Bree’s brilliant bobsleigh performance

She’s captured the hearts of not only her local community in Mount Evelyn but the rest of Australia with her ‘go-get-em’ attitude and positive...

Moving into the future with an electric vehicle

Electric vehicles are the new phenomenon challenging traditional fuel operated cars and as we move into the future of an environmentally friendly focused world,...

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A Q&A with Inspiro scholarship recipient Amy Imms

1. What is something people don’t know about you? I am such an open book that I think I would struggle to think of one...