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Tower trouble

 A Telstra application for a telephone tower in Belgrave South has raised concerns among residents. Several voiced took to social media to flag the proposal...

Service surprise

There a few men more humble than Roger Boness. The Mount Evelyn RSL president was quick to direct attention back to his sub-branch mates when...

The round-up

Snow joke Olinda residents woke up to snow on Saturday and Sunday mornings as the state shivered through a cold spell. Emerald SES was kept busy...

Great weather for ducks – and mud trials

 With mud the order of the day, the Austin Seven Club couldn’t have asked for a better weekend to host its Lilydale Observed Section...

Snow delightful!

Residents atop Mount Dandenong woke to snow falling in their yards on Saturday 10 August. The winter wonderland feel on the mountain continued on Sunday,...

A generous donation generates power

Wayne Collins, Regional Coordinator for Emergency Support Teams has thanked the Emerald Men's Shed after they generously donated a 33KVA generator. The generator, which will...

Primary School gets into Wakakirri

On Monday 12 August, Mount Dandenong Primary School took to the stage at the Frankston Arts Centre for Wakakirri - Australia’s largest performing arts...

Kokoda commemoration pays tribute to 39th battalion

At 98-years-old Alan “kanga” Moore is one of just a handful of surviving members of his battalion, the 39th, which was first to engage...

TRIP talks trauma

For every fatal crash there are many victims. The person who died at the scene. The passengers or driver of another car. The paramedic who...

Raising the rail

The State Government has unveiled plans to remove Lilydale’s Maroondah Highway level crossing. Transport Infrastructure Minister Jacinta Allan joined Monbulk MP James Merlino to reveal...

Take a tour of Selby’s new fire station

The first thing that strikes you about Selby CFA’s new fire station is the space. The $1.35 million multipurpose station, which unofficially opened on August...

A performance worthy of Parliament

The Hills Flute Choir are performing in the Queens Hall at Parliament House during the lunch break of the sitting of parliament, on August...

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Wildlife rescue plea

One of the region's most well-known animal rescuers Carolyn Seeger is calling for more compassion for native animals. Ms Seeger runs the Emerald Monbulk Wildlife...

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