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Time’s ticking for local lotto winner

A TattsLotto winner who bought their ticket at Emerald Newsagency has only three months left to claim their prize, worth over $1 million. Officials from...

Cafe beanie comp to ‘brighten people’s day’

The Patch General Store is celebrating reopening its doors by hosting a beanie competition throughout June. The cafe is offering a free coffee and breakfast...

School seeks strength through knot tying

Upwey South Primary School is using a community arts project to help symbolise strength during the Covid-19 pandemic. The ribbon tie project has seen both...

Crime rises in Yarra Ranges

Over the past year, crime in the Yarra Ranges has climbed by over 7 per cent. According to the latest Crime Agency Statistics, the total...

Investigation into body located in Lysterfield continues

Detectives from the Missing Persons Squad are investigating after a body was located in Lysterfield on 17 June. While a formal identification is yet to...

Eastern suburbs lead the fight against violence

A new campaign has been developed in the eastern suburbs to help fight against family violence during the Covid-19 pandemic. The #TogetherforRespectAtHome social marketing campaign...

Local libraries to reopen

Bookworms will be pleased to hear that Casey Cardinia Libraries is reopening and resuming some programs at most of its branches. All branches, except for...

Men’s sheds eye return

Men’s sheds across the region are preparing to pick up the tools again as Covid-19 restrictions ease over the next month. Belgrave Men’s Shed president...

New local laws proposed

Community members can now share their thoughts on Yarra Ranges Council’s draft local laws, which propose new rules to better protect and enhance neighbourhood...

Call for refugee action

With Refugee Week currently underway, a local group of grandmothers is urging the community to reflect on the situation refugees face, particularly during Covid-19. Grandmothers...

Teacher’s beanies has students beaming

Grade 4 students from Belgrave South Primary school received a snuggly surprise upon returning to school last week. During the remote learning period, teacher Carla...

Lilydale GP tests positive to virus

A Lilydale general practitioner was among confirmed Covid-19 cases recorded over the weekend. The Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the GP worked at...

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Community embraces new look lantern parade

The success of the year’s reimagined Belgrave Lantern Parade has ignited talk of the parade taking on a new shape for years to come. When...