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The legend of Les

When Les Fenwick visited Puffing Billy on 9 November he was all cheer and chatters and could barely move without being greeted by other...

Arrest following speed checks in Sassafras

Mooroolbark police have arrested a man after conducting laser speed checks in Sassafras this morning . Police arrested the 69-year-old male from Costerfield on 9...

Bugs on drugs

Ecologists have found over 60 different types of medications in water-dwelling animals and invertebrates at creeks near Melbourne, including the Dandenong Ranges. The study, by...

Ready to remember

This Sunday 11 November marks 100 years since World War I ended. The Emerald RSL will hold its Remembrance Day service at Anzac Place for...

No licence for three months

A P-plate driver lost his licence for three months after police allegedly detected him travelling 30 kilometres an hour over the speed limit in...

Pledge for PSO boost at Lilydale

 A Liberal Nationals Government would introduce a daytime PSO shift at Lilydale Railway Station. PSOs already staff the station from 6pm until the last train. The...

Belgrave man wanted by police

 Police are appealing for public help to find Belgrave man Braidy Ridden. A warrant has been issued for the 21-year-old’s arrest for a large number...

Fears for missing Elizabeth

Police are continuing to appeal for public help in their search for Elizabeth Marsh. The 39-year-old Wantirna woman was last seen leaving the Maroondah Hospital...

Lotto winner unaware

 The team at Mooroolbark Lotto Centre is celebrating selling its third division one-winning entry in just five months. One of its customers won more than...

Rise in road rage

 Monbulk police are urging drivers to be more patient and tolerant following a rise in road rage incidents. Leading Senior Constable Peter Edyvane said there’d...

Driver could have died

A ute flipped onto its roof with its P-plate driver behind the wheel on Monbulk Road. Monbulk Leading Senior Constable Peter Edyvane said it appeared...

Garden pledge

A re-elected Labor State Government would put $1 million to recreating an award-winning garden in Olinda. The Australian Garden exhibit was the first and only...

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Pedestrian dies in Ferntree Gully

A pedestrian died in Ferntree Gully after being struck by a bus. Police said the incident happened on Burwood Highway just after 7.30pm on Wednesday...