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Council error to VCAT

“Extension by stealth” is how some objectors have described changed operating conditions for Holgates Brewhouse’s discovery centre and beer gardens.

Castlemaine supermarket plan heads to VCAT

A controversial planning permit application for a proposed Woolworths supermarket in Castlemaine's Forest Street is headed to VCAT with a mediation session...

Kyneton South subdivision to VCAT

Residents of Kyneton South have won the support of the local council in their fight against an 87-lot subdivision for Harpers Lane but the...

FARM DECISION OVERTHROWN

Macedon Ranges Council's decision to refuse farmland development for a small-scale farm venture at Woodend North has been overthrown by the Victorian Civil and...

Farmers win in land battle

A fourth generation Springfield farming family has taken on the state government in a David and Goliath battle over land, and won. Backed by Macedon...
A Buddhist temple and assembly hall has been refused for Gisborne South.

VCAT rejects Gisborne South Buddhist temple bid

Plans for a Buddhist temple at Gisborne South have been scrapped following the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal's ruling to ...

Shock at Cobaw shooting range decision

Centre fire rifle and shotgun activity will increase at Cobaw's shooting range despite an appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. The Sporting Shooters...

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...
Local residents are pictured at the site of the proposed billboard earlier this year. Photo: Eve Lamb

Billboard blow – VCAT overturns council refusal

Castlemaine residents who opposed plans to erect a large advertising billboard in Johnstone Street have been left in shock after the Victorian Civil and...

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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...