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Mount Evelyn students hit the big stage

Students from the Mount Evelyn region will be amoungst 3000 performers in the Victorian State Schools Spectacular (VSSS) this year. The Spectacular will see students...

Police search for missing boy Liam Jenkins

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 13-year-old Liam Jenkins. Liam was last seen on 6 August in Victoria Road, Lilydale. Police have...

Raising money for mental health

This year’s Move for Mind Fun Run will be held at the Box Hill Institute’s Lilydale Lakeside campus on 15 September to raise money...

Victoria Road Primary awarded for sustainability efforts

Victoria Road Primary School was applauded for its efforts in reducing environmental impact on 2 September by Eastern Victoria Region MP Harriet Shing. The primary...

Fears for tourism

The Yarra Ranges could be lumped in with other Victorian tourism regions following a State Government review, Yarra Ranges Council fears. Councillors agreed to make...

The Round-up

Tool theft charges Police charged a Healesville woman over a theft from a tradie’s toolbox in Lilydale in June. They arrested the 26-year-old woman in Richmond...

Belgrave CFA launch fire safety film

An education initiative to help hills residents learn about fire safety has launched in Belgrave. The Belgrave CFA unit and Belgrave Cameo worked together for...

It’s none of our business, but…

MP reads Noni Monbulk MP James Merlino attended Belgrave Library for a special Book Week storytime on Friday 23 August. Dressed up as characters from their...

Help for wildlife

A Mount Evelyn wildlife shelter has warned residents to be wary of injured wildlife, with a warm start to spring sparking a rise in...

Organ donation now possible at the Angliss

Talking to families donating the organs of their loved one at the end of life may seem to make for a difficult day, but...

Sands launches first bereavement support group for dads

Miscarriage, stillbirth and newborn death cause heartbreak for about 106,000 Australians every year. This Father’s Day, to meet the increasing need for support services...

Third generation to jump aboard Puffing Billy

A passion for trains runs deep in the Campbell family. Ian Campbell spent more than 30 years working in the rail industry, and has been...

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Not-for-profit disability support servicing connecting with the community

Outer-east disability support service Experience Life has recently refreshed its look and is excited to connect with local communities following on a long history...