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Changes to council structure formalised

Thirty-nine Victorian councils will have its electoral structure changed by the state government, ahead of the 2024 elections in October this year. Local Government Minister...

Burglaries on the rise

RACV and Neighbourhood Watch are alerting business owners, including those in Sunbury and Macedon Ranges, of a 39.8 per cent increase in burglaries in...

My Place

Hume local and Craigieburn Junior Cricket Club co-founder Denis Moore chats with Zoe Moffatt about his time spent in the area and in community...

Lion cubs’ training triumph

Werribee Open Range Zoo’s three not-so-little African lion cubs are making roar-some strides in their healthcare training by learning to sit, stand, lie down...

From the archives

35 years ago February 21, 1989 Margaret Young’s home at Riddells Creek plays host to all sorts of native animals. 30 years ago February 22, 1994 The battle...

Community Calendar

Want your event listed? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and...

Cleaning contracts don’t wash

International students are now cleaning school classrooms in Melbourne’s north-west following the slashing of contract hours, according to the United Workers Union (UWU) property...

Historic change for gambling

Sunbury United Sporting Club will seek to reduce its gaming machine capacity, in what Hume council calls a win for the community and its...

Mullet be gone

A 10-year-old Goonawarra local is getting ready to say goodbye to his mullet to raise money and awareness for the Black Dog Institute. Lachie Munro,...

Another year as a finalist

A Kyneton resident has once again been named as a finalist for the AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award, for her work with the Sisterhood Project....

A day for the community

Macedon residents are invited to a community fundraising day on Saturday, February 24, hosted by Macedon CFA. The annual event has been running since 1968...

Rapid relief team thanks

The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) has helped ease the hunger of the hardworking men and women of Sunbury Police Station as they completed their...

Disagreement over Jacksons Hill

A motion to inquire why Jacksons Hill has seen no improvement lapsed at a Hume council meeting on February 12, lacking support in the...

V/Line strikes could cause Bad Blood for Swifties

Taylor Swift fans from Melbourne’s north-west are being warned to avoid using V/Line services to attend her first Melbourne show on Friday night. The Rail...

Police respond to ‘suspicious object’ in Diggers Rest

Police were called to the intersection of Prominent Road and Splendour Circuit in Diggers Rest, for a report of a suspicious device attached to...

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Sweet seventeen leave Rupo

It may have been an off season many at Rupertswood would rather forget but new coach Brad Fox says it isn’t all bad news...

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