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Sunbury’s latest centenarian

Sunbury has welcomed its latest centenarian, with celebrations kicking off on Sunday at a local restaurant. Patrica Rigby turned 100-years-old on February 25, with...

Old fashioned fun returns

Woodend residents are invited to have some good old fashioned fun at the St Ambrose Parish School Fete on Saturday, March 16. The event promises...

Top honours for Kyneton student

A Kyneton student has been awarded one of Bendigo TAFE's top honours at its industry excellence awards held in late February. Elliot Foster commenced...

Reading in the dark

Hume residents may soon be able to visit a local library at any time, day or night, following council's investigation into trialing 24 hour...

Connecting communities through courts

Sunbury Downs College students and the surrounding community have recently stepped out onto two newly refurbished courts, thanks to a $50,000 funding grant. Sunbury MP...

Hollywood no more

Property developer Villawood will remove its Hollywood-style sign from Jackson Creek Hill after it was revealed the company did not get the required permit...

Hume power battle

Hume councillors debated the importance of who gets to raise issues at council meetings, following a push and pull to lead the advocacy for...

Sunbury waste charges laid

The Environment Protect Authority (EPA) has laid six charges against a company for failing to clean up construction and demolition waste in Sunbury. On February...

Report find abuse continues

A report into disability and mental health support facilities was raised in parliament, after it found persistent abuse, neglect, and violence is being...

Building creative learning

Gisborne’s youngest students will be able to learn and play more in the great outdoors, thanks to an expansion of the bush kinder program....

Funding pressure looms

Northern Victoria MP Wendy Lovell has warned neighbourhood houses will be under financial pressure and may be forced to cut back services if they...

Firewood theft costs thousands

A 39-year-old Kyneton man has been convicted and fined $3000 after pleading guilty to two charges related to illegal firewood cutting from public land. On...

Driving improvements for Black Forest Drive

Works to deliver key safety improvements on Black Forest Drive between Woodend and Macedon will begin in late February, and are expected to be...

Renter ease in Macedon

Macedon renters are experiencing some of the least rental pain in Victoria, according to new data from Suburbtrends. Suburbtrends releases a monthly Rental Pain Index...

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Women leading by example

International Women’s Day (IWD) has long been a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, while also marking a...