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More crossings to go

The Lilydale train line will see a complete overhaul with two more level crossings to be removed and one to be closed by 2025,...

Croydon’s Celtic games to return

For more than half a century the Ringwood Highland Games has brought a celebration of Scottish and Celtic culture to the eastern suburbs of...

Council asks for feedback on wellbeing plan

Yarra Ranges Council is encouraging the community to provide feedback on its Draft Health and Wellbeing Plan, after councillors endorsed it for community consultation...

Back in business

Cafes were overcome with a sense of relief as lockdown restrictions were lifted for the fifth time in Victoria during the week. The news...

A brief history of our world’s conflicts, women and journalism

Once upon a time, women were deemed too fragile, vulnerable, frivolous and untrustworthy to work as journalists, not to mention as correspondents covering wars...

Nonnegotiable rent relief for businesses

The Victorian government is acting decisively to back the state‘s small and medium-sized businesses as they emerge from lockdown, facilitating commercial rent waivers and...

Empowering women’s employability

Making a good first impression and feeling good about yourself while doing it can be the key to success. That’s why Cire Services’ First...

Artists in Residence

Yarra Ranges Tech School (YRTS) has announced the launch of its innovative Artist in Residence Program. The inaugural artist, John Monash Scholar Jess Coldrey,...

Truckie testing threatens supply chain

Throughout the pandemic, nurses and supermarket workers racing to fill empty shelves have been praised as the unsung heroes on the frontline of the...

Crawf’s Yarra Ranges postcard

The Yarra Valley had a special visitor recently as Hawthorn legend Shane Crawford journeyed to the region for the latest episode of Postcards. The Brownlow...

Rising rent pain

Nationally the cost of renting has seen a staggering increase, to the point where housing unaffordability is pushing people nearer to homelessness. In the...

Kangas won’t be killed, club assures

A Chirnside golf course has ditched plans to cull a mob of kangaroos living on the green after months of heavy community pressure. After a...

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Compare energy deals from 1 July to receive $250 energy saving...

Yarra Ranges residents can score a $250 payment if they use the Energy Compare Website to look for better energy deals from Friday 1...