Tag: Woodend

Making life more bear-able

We all enjoyed seeing Paddington visiting the late Queen for afternoon tea, but that's not where our love of teddies starts and...

Looking out for our mates

Castlemaine tradie Jeremy Forbes knows a thing or two about what it means to face your own demons. His own mental health struggles have helped...

A call out for musicians

After another successful event in August, lovers of spoken word will gather again on September 10 for a musical themed Chamber Poets and to...

A supercharged artistic practice

Woodend artist Tahlia Stanton has supercharged her artistic practice via social media, having collected 1.5 million TikTok followers and close to half a million...

Post-pandemic poets

Chamber Poets is back in full swing after successful June and July events and continues to play a key role in supporting poets in...

Hoons to face court

Two men have been charged after police responded to a hoon driving incident in Woodend on July 15. Police...

Thief targets coop

Four isa brown hens were stolen from St Ambrose Primary School in Woodend over the Queen's Birthday weekend. Staff...

Comp tempts taste buds

Holgate Brewhouse is tempting taste buds through a competition tapping into one of its most popular beers. The Woodend...

The nun in the cage

A recent program screened on ABC TV showed an 87-year-old Melbourne nun, confined in a cage. She was protesting...

Tourism-draw questioned

A multi-million dollar redevelopment of 'The Old Factory' in Woodend has been rejected at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

A complicated tale of joy and despair

Like most people in his profession, Mark Chew is more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it.

Prioritise safety call

Woodend's St Ambrose Primary School community is calling for pedestrian safety works to be prioritised in Macedon Ranges Shire Council's draft budget.

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