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Cultural farming venture for Harcourt

Work has begun to establish an Indigenous Bush Tucker Farm at Harcourt. "I'm confident to say we'll probably get going just before Christmas," local Dja...

Advocate speaks for dual naming

Well-known Castlemaine Aboriginal rights activist Vic Say has spoken out in favour of place-naming measures to acknowledge the region's Indigenous history. Mr Say has been...

Call for solidarity

Hundreds gathered in Castlemaine's Victory Park on Saturday to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement and our indigenous community as part...

Castlemaine Art Museum reopens its doors

A revitalised Castlemaine Art Museum reopened to the public last Thursday after a short closure for refurbishment works. CAM will celebrate its re-opening with a...
Proud Dja Dja Wurrung man Damien Saunders conducts a smoking ceremony at Trentham District Primary School last Friday morning to celebrate the installation of a new flag pole to fly the Aboriginal flag. "This ceremony today was the new beginning through the old for tomorrow's youth," he said. Photo: Sandy Scheltema

New beginning

The installation of a new flag pole to fly the Aboriginal flag was celebrated last Friday at Trentham District Primary School. Proud Dja Dja Wurrung...

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Forests and parks remain closed to visitors

Following the severe weather and storm event last week, the Wombat State Forest, the northern part of Lerderderg State Park, Macedon Regional...