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Reserve some fun

Taylors Hill residents will soon have even more reasons to get outdoors, with works under way...

Put your project on council radar

Melton community members are being asked to share their ideas to make a difference in the...

Green light for village extension

A planning permit application to extend a retirement village in Woodend has been approved. The application, from Collie Pty Ltd, proposed to add 27 dwellings...

City wants progress on highway

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Capital works splurge

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Compost plan takes root

Brimbank residents will soon find it easier to compost their household waste, with the council set...

Gifts give big-hearted cheer

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Brimbank ramps up pokies fight

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Deputy eager for the job ahead

New Macedon Ranges deputy mayor Mandi Mees has nominated protection of the ranges and ease of mobility for all residents as being among her...

Protect policy lacks crucial detail: council

New state policy for the protection of the Macedon Ranges will require significant fine-tuning before it gets an endorsement from the council. The draft localised...

Young band hits high note

A band of mates have taken out the Macedon Ranges Battle of the Bands competition with their “neo-indie-rock” sound. Dr Frisco has made it through...

Tree vandals strike again

A spate of attacks on trees in Sunshine’s Wright Street has cost Brimbank ratepayers more than $9000 in the past two months. About 25 trees...

Solution sought for feral cats

By Ewen McRae ...

Council adopts budget and future plan

Sports, festivals and infrastructure are the big winners in the 2017-18 Brimbank council budget. Council last week adopted the budget, and a four-year plan which...

Controversial plans for Sunbury skate park

A skate park enthusiast has slammed Hume council’s plans for Sunbury skate park’s redevelopment, calling the design “ridiculous”. Skateboarders called for the park’s expansion in...

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‘Junk’: Pensioner trapped by funeral insurance

When David Cail’s younger sister Leanne heard he was still paying $43 a fortnight from his pension for a funeral insurance plan he signed...