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Micro rose and peony farmer Danielle White with author Vanessa Carnevale.

A shared love of flowers and writing

A shared love of flowers and writing has seen an online Instagram connection between a Melbourne novelist and a local rose and peony farmer...

Songs in the sticks

Tucked away deep in the local bushland, Chewton's Dingo Conservation Centre makes a pretty special backdrop to this Sunday's Songs in the Sticks music...
Midland News - A double-lung transplant has dramatically changed the life of Clare Beatson. She is pictured with her husband Leigh.

A life-changing donation

Just over a year ago Clare Beatson would not have thought about competitive sport let alone getting into a pool, but a life-changing surgery...
Midland Express Langley-Barfold Fire Brigade's support vehicle was found torched near Lake Eppalock last Wednesday.

Brigade vehicle stolen and torched

Thieves who stole and torched Langley-Barfold Fire Brigade's support vehicle last week may be linked to multiple break-ins that occurred in Kyneton. The Ford Ranger...
Georgie Mattingley is pictured with one of her installations at the old Ajax foundry in Kyneton.

Art in unusual places

Art installations have popped up at unusual sites all over Kyneton this week. It's all part of the inaugural Kyneton Contemporary Art Triennial, which was...
Tana Kiak and Katy Condliffe with their children, Handari (2) and baby daughter (not yet named) born on March 29.

Earthquake ‘so big and so violent’

'Harrowing' doesn't begin to describe the destruction left by Papua New Guinea's 7.5 magnitude earthquake that shook the Southern Highlands, killing more than 100...
Cats by One-point

Cats by just one point!

The 2018 Riddell League football season kicked off on Saturday with a frenetic, pulsating encounter as reigning premier Macedon survived a desperate late charge...

New prison centre

A new medical unit and programs centre is now operating at Loddon Prison providing better services to encourage better outcomes for the increased capacity...

Tale of an unsung hero

As Anzac Day nears, historian Ian Braybrook has been busy striving to ensure one of Castlemaine's unsung war heroes does not become lost to...

Topical art makes Blake Prize finals

Kyneton artist Daniel Butterworth has been named among the 80 finalists for the 65th Blake Prize - one of Australia's longest standing and most...

Joel gets a taste of political life

What better way to further aspirations of a political career than to spend a few days in Canberra at the National Schools Constitutional Convention? Joel...

Art treasure hunt

With a passion for the arts and their local community a group of professional artists and curators living in Kyneton have come together to...

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‘Shep’ reaches 200

In an era where loyalty in local football has changed significantly over the years, Jesse Sheppard chalked up his 200th senior game...