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Steps forward for Hanging Rock

Hanging Rock's East Paddock will be purchased by the state government from Macedon Ranges Council via a $3 million commitment over the next three...

TOWERS CALL – Council in bid for innovative solutions

Macedon Ranges Shire Council has won support after doubling down on its call for stronger governance on the placement of telecommunication towers in the...

Council ready to fight

The decision on a controversial 711-lot development plan in Gisborne now falls to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal after Macedon Ranges Shire Council...

Farm zone nod

Farming activities are expected to intensify for a notable Rochford equine property as Macedon Ranges Shire councillors went against the grain to grant a...

Black ban on Green

A key objector to a disputed Lancefield development plan overlay has been legally ordered to keep his distance from Macedon Ranges Shire Council offices. Lancefield...

Buzz about a chimney

A beehive discovered during council building renovations in Kyneton was safely relocated in a 12-hour operation last week. Bee Removals Victoria was called in to...

Threats trigger security

Security and police have been engaged over threats from the public made to Macedon Ranges Shire Council staff. Security guards screened all general public attending...
South Road Woodend residents Linda Young, Joanne Croke, Megan Atherton and Ned Studley are calling for change.

Neglected and ignored – Residents plead for council to close road

When new housing estates dramatically increase traffic and dust on an unsealed local road should the residents of that road have to pay for...
Hank and Robyn Bruger with neighbours Glenn and John Langdon want the local council to lift an outdated overlay that's causing headaches for Monegeetta.

Planning pigsty?

No piggery has operated in Monegeetta for 10 years yet locals remain restricted by its planning triggers and are demanding answers. Neighbours to the former...
Newham Landcare member Penny Roberts and Hanging Rock environmental officer Daniel Young discuss where to plant the nationally endangered basalt peppercress at Hanging Rock Reserve. Photo: Sandy Scheltema

Protecting precious species

The unassuming little basalt peppercress plant, a nationally endangered species, is being given a new chance of life at the iconic Hanging Rock Reserve. As...

Backlash over bike review

Community backlash may force Macedon Ranges Shire Council to reconsider a review of its ban on motorised recreational vehicle use within 500 metres of...

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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...