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Taking a stand against gender-based violence

Three local primary schools are making a pledge to be proactive in the prevention of family violence and the promotion of respectful and positive...

SOCIAL HOUSING ROLLOUT

Macedon Ranges Shire has been identified as one of 21 priority areas across Victoria in a plan to increase the state's social housing supply. The...

Club joins positive role model move

As the footy season hopes to make a welcome return, members of the Woodend Hesket Football Netball Club are a part of a new...

Connecting seniors

Physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, while essential to protecting older Australians who are particularly vulnerable to the virus, may be causing social isolation...

Health facility completed

A year since works first began on the Caroline Chisholm Drive site, Cobaw Community Health's new Kyneton home has now been completed. The purpose-built new...

Rise, unite, resist

This year's International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25 saw 80 community members attend the Macedon Ranges Family Violence Network...

Housing needs to be highlighted

Peter Mares, former ABC journalist and broadcaster and author of No Place Like Home: Repairing Australia's Housing Crisis, will be guest speaker at Cobaw...
Mez Lanigan, Chloe McKenzie, Jenny Cowan and guest speaker Nevo Zisin at a past local IDAHOBIT celebration.

Rainbow flag to fly

The rainbow flag will replace the Australian flag at Woodend's war memorial clock tower for seven days in support of International Day Against Homophobia,...
The new With One Voice Central Victoria Choir was launched last in Kyneton week.

New choir launched

The Mechanics Institute in Kyneton was buzzing last Wednesday night with the sound of a group of enthusiastic voices. The new With One Voice Central...

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NEW FREEDOMS WITH FIRST DOSE TARGET REACHED TOMORROW

Thanks to the incredible efforts of the community, Victoria will hit its 70 per cent first dose vaccination target tomorrow – becoming...