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Racing Victoria response to RSPCA election call

According to the RSPCA, around 76 per cent of Victorians support the introduction of mandatory standards for horse racing, with support even higher within...

RSPCA calls for political parties to commit to animal welfare issues

After polling over 3000 Victorians about the animal welfare issues which matter the most to them, the RSPCA is calling on Victorian political parties...

Service commemorates sacrifice of 39th Battalion on Kokoda Day

A Kokoda Day Service was held on Monday 8 August at One Tree Hill Picnic Ground in Tremont, commemorating the sacrifice and service of...

Gembrook-Cockatoo footballers reign supreme over Emerald

Seniors: Gembrook Cockatoo 18.14.122 Emerald 9.9.63 Best: M Firritto, A Firritto, C Bastow, L Coad, D South, D Smith Goals: M Wareham 5, M Firritto 5, J Verhagen...

Library renovations complete in Emerald

The Emerald Library has received a new dedicated study and programs space, service desk and a foyer area after undergoing renovations recently. The library, at...

Free bookable hard waste service available in Cardinia Shire

Cardinia Shire Council moved from a blanket collection service twice yearly to a bookable service available year-round on 1 July 2020. The bookable service is...

Snippets: Game Boys comedy show

Knox Community Arts Centre will host the Game Boys Cinematic Universe Comedy show on Firday 19 August. "After sold-out seasons at Melbourne International Comedy Festival...

Community group driving the trading of skills

The trading of skills has played out for centuries but it’s something that has dropped off in modern society in recent times. As regions...

tougher penalties for protesters in timber zones after amendment passes

On Thursday 4 August, an amendment introduced by the State Government to the Sustainable Forests Timber Bill has passed with the aim to ensure...

Funding boost for DVA announced

Australian veterans will have access to more psychiatric support dogs and medical treatment for 20 of the most commonly claimed conditions through the Department...

Beer recognised for its value

The beer tax hike this week sees the price of a pint rising in Australia, leaving some beer drinkers can raising their glass in...

Mullets for Mental Health returns in September

Yarra Ranges residents are being encouraged to grow their luscious locks in preparation for the return of Black Dog Institute's Mullets for Mental Health...

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‘Hi Mum’ text scam warning

Reports of an emerging text messaging scam targeting parents and pretending to be a child in need of financial help, is being investigated by...