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Thirty-two people braved the elements to learn from six experts in the field how to restore river health. They were inspired by award-winning river ecologists to protect the rivers and wetlands in their area and learnt some of the skills that would help them do so. Photo: Sandy Scheltema

Guardians brave the elements

Wild and windy weather didn't deter prospective River Guardians from walking along the Campaspe River at Carlsruhe at an Upper Campaspe Landcare Network River...
Dads Club committee members Luke Spielvogel, Mark Constable and Andrew Watt.

Meet the Dads Club

It might be difficult to make new mates in a new town but one group of dads is making it easier for people to...

Local Vets honoured

Kyneton has become host to myriad of colours and textures this week for the Kyneton Anzac week quilt exhibition - With You With Me...

Callum a real champion

For the last three Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday appeals, young Callum Judd has been watching progress from his hospital bed. This year the brave...

Local efforts impress

Young people today can come under a lot of criticism, but the youth of the region made an invaluable and fantastic contribution to this...


Cricket back on in top five grades

After being in recess for the past two Saturdays due to increasing COVID implications, Gisborne District Cricket Association’s 2021-2022 season resumes this...

In the Hall of Fame