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Ben Plant was a major goal-booting force behind Kyneton's win

Senior men on a roll

After a slow start to the season, the Kyneton District Soccer Club's senior men have won their last three games. On Sunday, they took on...
KFNC's 2018 senior footballers model the commemorative jumper.

Limited edition … get in quick!

Do you have a special number you, your dad or grandfather played in for the Kyneton Tigers? The Kyneton Football Netball Club has produced a...
Macedon House has fallen into a state of disrepair, says Heritage Victoria.

Repair order for neglected site

Urgent repair orders have been issued for heritage-listed Macedon House in Gisborne. Heritage Victoria served the notice late last month stating, "owners had allowed the...
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...
Cloud9 cheese and wine producers Alan and Susan Deeble, and daughter Jacquie, welcome a new fund for small producers.

Small producers on cloud nine

Artisanal producers are expected to find some relief in a $2 million agriculture and premium food state government fund designed to help grow the...
"Fighting tooth and nail" for Romsey and District Fire Brigade's Headquarters - (from left) Ron Cole, David Needham, Noel Smithwick, Ralph Hermann and Peter Brooks.

Heat over CFA sale move

Local firies are fighting to halt the shock sale of the Romsey Group Headquarters. Group officer Ralph Hermann said the bombshell news had left brigade...
Maldon's Bev Phillips with one of the town's pre-European living treasures - a Eucalyptus melliodora, or yellow box, estimated to be 530 years old.

Living treasures

At a carefully estimated 530 years of age the mighty yellow box tree standing at Maldon's Bill Woodfull Reserve was there well before Captain...
Local LGBTIQ community consultant Sherene Clow, Castlemaine District Community Health prevention and allied health manager Louise Falconer, Castlemaine Community House manager Martyn Shaddick and Central Victorian Primary Care Partnership's Emma Shannon celebrate Friday's $76,140 announcement.

Funds for local LGBTIQ community

Friday was a great day for the local LGBTIQ community in Castlemaine and surrounds with news of a $76,140 state government grant delivered through...
Local LGBTIQ community consultant Sherene Clow, Castlemaine District Community Health prevention and allied health manager Louise Falconer, Castlemaine Community House manager Martyn Shaddick and Central Victorian Primary Care Partnership's Emma Shannon celebrate Friday's $76,140 announcement.

$780,000 beds boost

The bedding comfort factor is set to improve for staff and patients at Castlemaine Health thanks to a tidy $780,000 state government funding boost. Member...
Local resident and business-owner Andrea Collins is supporting the Gisborne Roads and Transport Group's push to make parking in Gisborne's CBD a high priority.

Parking pressures mount

Car parking pressure is mounting in Gisborne's CBD as the town faces growing pains and Gisborne Roads and Transport Group is demanding action. The group...

Barrier location under review

VicRoads is reviewing the location of wire rope safety barriers along the Calder Freeway, including offset distances and the frequency of access breaks. VicRoads' director...

$11.75M scoop

Castlemaine Secondary College is celebrating Friday's announcement that the May state budget will include $11.75 million for it to continue its major capital works...

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Ceramicist to open studio

Sculptural but functional are the wonders created in the studio of Macedon ceramicist Vanessa Lucas. And people can watch...

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