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Wood debris tops 31,000 tonnes as clean up continues

More than 31,000 tonnes of wood, stump and branch debris has been collected by Yarra Ranges Council since the June storm ripped across the...

A bright delight to unite us

It's a plant that draws out a big grin on many onlookers as the humble bright wattle grows strong roadside, in the bush and...

Risk of learning disengagement is high

Any student trying to complete school at home would be struggling to find motivation and remain engaged. But for students who were already struggling...

Weekly round up

Drug warrant executed Yarra Ranges Crime Investigation Unit detectives executed a warrant in Mooroolbark on 31 August in relation to the possession of a number...

Extended support for Victorian businesses

A jointly-funded support package from the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments will provide a critical four-week boost to small and medium-sized Victorian businesses most...

Lilydale’s ‘Yellow Peril’

As construction of Lilydale's new train station gets underway, final designs have been released, leaving some community members baffled by the choice of paint...

Extended support for Victorian businesses

A jointly-funded support package from the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments will provide a critical four-week boost to small and medium-sized Victorian businesses most...

Playgrounds provide relief in lockdown

Taking your children to a playground seems like a simple activity that should be enjoyed by all but it has become quite a luxury...

Thieves target car parts

Three men have been arrested over a string of car part thefts and attempted thefts at railway stations across Melbourne's South East, including in...

Local lawyer running for Casey seat

A prominent Ringwood lawyer has put his hand up for the newly-vacated seat of Casey. Grant Hutchinson, of Hutchinson Legal, is bidding to succeed longstanding...

A reminder to stay fire safe

With the winter season coming to an end tomorrow, CFA is reminding Victorians that home fire risks remain prevalent and urges communities to continue...

Anti-lockdown protest in Lilydale

Police were called to a demonstration on Anderson Street in Lilydale about 9.15am on Tuesday 31 August. Witnesses said it appeared to be an anti-mask...

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Making mental health better through art workshops

For anyone who has struggled to find inspiration after a difficult two years, a new artistic endeavour may be just the thing to kick...