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Woori stuns Silvan

By Keith Thompson, YVCA Secretary WOORI Yallock defeated Silvan in the D.J. Strachan Shield as the second round for one-day matches was completed on Saturday...

Vineyards pour over signs

By Melissa DonchiYARRA Valley winegrowers and tourism operators are calling on VicRoads to invest in road signs for new wineries. Stones of the Yarra Valley...

Club in mood for charity

By Melissa Meehan IN A SHOW of community support Healesville Racing Club did its best to give back to the community this week as it...

Car licence confiscated

A CHRISTMAS celebration turned sour for a 41-year-old Healesville woman last week when Healesville Police confiscated her driving licence. Sergeant Tony Van Gorp said the...

Junction bowlers claim honours

Under 16: With Yarra Junction losing the toss, J. Nightingale opened the bowling taking 2/6 off 8. G. Reynolds supported him take 2/9 off...

Tennis official loses battle with cancer

- Casey NeillTHE Mountain Area Ladies Tuesday Tennis Association (MALTTA) is mourning the death of member Melva Douglas. Ms Douglas was a member of the...

Puffing Billy book is to be re-released

By Casey Neill CHILDREN’S book Puffing Billy’s Fabulous First Day has been re-released. The book tells of Puffing Billy’s first day of operation, running from Upper...

Alarm alert

By Melissa MeehanBUILDING Commissioner Tony Arnel has urged Victorian homeowners to ensure that smoke alarms are installed and working. Mr Arnel’s comments follow the recent...

Way to go! Principal retiring after 21 years

By Kath Gannaway WHEN the roll is called at Upper Yarra Secondary College (UYSC) for the first day of 2008, there will be one very...

Loggers count cost of vandals

By Kath Gannaway THIEVES targeting logging machinery in the Toolangi State Forest are costing contractors tens of thousands of dollars. Even more disturbing than the vandalism...

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Construction shutdown reaches level crossings

After an already disastrous week on the level crossing removal sites in Lilydale and Mooroolbark, the State government projects have also fallen in line...

Free TAFE expands