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Q&A with David Cloke former Australian Rules Footballer

What is something people don’t know about you? “Well, when I first went down to play football at Richmond, back as a 16-year-old, I...

Microchip cats free of charge

Animal Aid is a place of refuge for the lost, unwanted and abandoned animals in our community. We work diligently to reunite lost pets and...

Anzac badges make a difference

Stopping to buy a poppy for Remembrance Day six years ago led John Allwood to join the Mount Evelyn RSL Sub-Branch. “Within a couple of...

It’s flu shot season

 Record quantities of the flu vaccine will be available to protect Victorians this year. Health Minister Jenny Mikakos is encouraging Victorians to get their flu...

Enrol to vote

 Australians must ensure they are enrolled to vote in the federal election before 8pm on Thursday 18 April. Electoral Commissioner Tom Rogers said all Australian...

Cheques, mate – stolen cheques

A Lilydale woman allegedly wrote and cashed 45 cheques using a stolen chequebook. Lilydale CIU detectives arrested the 49-year-old on Thursday 21 March. They allege the...

A festival of fun

A healthy dose of fun and plenty of activities again proved to be a great way to attract the masses, with festival-goers flocking to...

Ruffin’ it

Over 550 pet-owners and their beloved dogs turned out to the Wandin Park Equestrian Centre for the annual Adventure Dog event on Sunday 7...

Big dog day out

 The Giant Dogs Picnic Funday brought about 60 dogs and more than 100 people to Lilydale Lake on Sunday 7 April. Deb Clack from the...

One for the road

The Australian Government has committed $300 million to seal roads across the Dandenong Ranges and surrounding areas. The federal funding will enable 500kms of dirt...

Slow and steady wins the race

Did your parents ever tell you, "Slow and steady wins the race"? The story of the tortoise and the hare might have been annoying to...

Yarra Ranges tourism boom

Victoria has cemented its place as Australia’s best tourist destination, with new data showing that 2018 was the tourism industry’s biggest year on record....

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Quilting quest

There’s a unique quilting group in Monbulk helping to keep children around the world warm. The Monbulk group; Quilts for Orphans has been around...

Going electric