Tag: Gisborne

Indigenous leader receives honour

Narungga Kaurna woman and Indigenous health leader Janine Mohamed has been named Victoria’s 2024 Australian of the Year.

Demolition plans bound for VCAT

Plans to partially demolish a heritage building for a new childcare centre in Gisborne will go before the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

GoodSAM a lifesaver

A Gisborne father and his family last week thanked the GoodSAM responder and paramedics who saved his life, when he suffered cardiac arrest earlier this year.

Ballet’s rising star: Laura Griffiths puts Australian Ballet under a spell

Gisborne-raised ballet dancer Laura Griffiths has returned home from London as one of the newest arrivals to The Australian Ballet.

Full-fibre NBN ahead

More than 12,000 residential homes and businesses across McEwen will be able to place an order to upgrade their NBN connection to...

Restaurant owner suffers burns

A Gisborne restaurant owner suffered burns to his face and hands after a fire broke out at the Hong Kong Tasty Kitchen...

‘No uniform existing character in Gisborne’

The applicant behind a development plan for Gisborne's Ross Watt Road has been asked to resubmit a revised version to the Victorian...

Ash Wednesday memories captured

Macedon Ranges stories from the 1983 Ash Wednesday fires have been captured in a book. Memories of Ash Wednesday...

Gisborne plan ‘just not on’

An amended development plan for Gisborne's Ross Watt Road has failed to gain the support of Macedon Ranges Shire Council.

Block stars to share acreage living tips

Former Block contestants Josh and Jenna Densten will share acreage living tips at Metricon’s new Highlander display home in Gisborne, at a...

Citizen of the Year honoured

Sue Anderson has made thousands of rescues in more than 20 years as a wildlife carer. Last week the...

A lifelong passion

Watching a child have a light-bulb moment in education is one of the greatest joys in teaching for Elaine Murphy.