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Cut energy bills with Hub’s first bulk-buy scheme

Greater Yarra Valley and Ranges households could reduce their energy bills even further, thanks to the first bulk-buy launch from the recently formed Yarra...

Manchester Road to reopen next week

Manchester Road in Mooroolbark is set to be reopened next week. Having been closed while the train lines were removed, commuters will be able...

Share the Dignity call on generosity of community to meet increased demand from women...

Share the Dignity is calling on Victorians to support women and girls in need this Christmas through their annual #ItsInTheBag Christmas appeal, encouraging people...

‘Button Man’ horror film, based on High Country mystery, sells out premiere screening

The 'Button Man' film created by two Hills filmmakers is continuing to prove popular among movie buffs and those familiar with the myth. The story...

Busiest period in VICSES history

The Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) has seen the two busiest periods in its history within the past six months following significant storms in...

New research reveals how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted year 12 students

Cancelled milestones and missed rites of passage are just some of many impacts Covid-19 has had on final year students, with a Monash University...

Australia post releases Christmas delivery deadlines

Australia Post is helping people to plan ahead for what is expected to be its busiest-ever festive season with the announcement of domestic delivery...

Council vision adopted

Yarra Ranges Council has adopted its council plan, vision, action plan and financial plan after draft documents were consulted on by the community last...

Residents urged to help fight against Indian Myna population

Yarra Ranges, Cardinia and Knox councils are joining forces to reduce the Indian myna bird population which is creating biodiversity havoc across the south...

A push to get Yarra Valley seasonal workers

Farmers are facing yet another summer harvest with a labour shortage as the Covid-19 pandemic still causes issues for international seasonal workers. Yarra...

Restrictions lift

The countdown was on for retail to open and regional and metropolitan Victoria to be reunited once more as restrictions eased across the state...

Melbourne Cup Day celebrations

As the first major event out of lockdown, the Melbourne Cup was set to attract events and family picnics right across the shire. Lillydale...

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Voters urged to wear masks as experts warn of rising virus...

The Australian Medical Association is pleading with voters to wear masks on election day as Casey residents head to the polling booths tomorrow. AMA...