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Donation drive a huge success

Numerous fire brigades from the Yarra Ranges were inundated with goods during recent bushfire relief donation drives. The chain of donation efforts began on 2...

The Round-up

Marysville drug operation More than 60 people were processed for drug related offences during a police operation which took place in the surrounding areas of...

Cash for cans push continues

Victoria is currently the only state in Australia that does not have, or plans to implement a container deposit scheme (CDS). A CDS aims to...

Church supports treaty

Healesville Uniting Church voiced its support for an Indigenous treaty by unfurling a ‘Voice, Treaty, Truth’ banner on the church’s premises on Sunday 15...

Year 12’s receive their ATAR results

The long wait for the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) ATAR results is finally over for Year 12 students as they continue to plan...

International equestrian trainer visits the valley

Gladysdale’s Shirley Heights Equestrian Centre had an international visitor recently as Portuguese classical dressage coach and trainer Frederico Schiappa Pietra Saramago hosted clinics for...

Bin Chicken spawn point in Queens Park draws concern

At Queen’s Park there stands a mystical tree which draws to it all manner of Ibis. The tree has a strange power over these birds...

Getting into the Christmas spirit

Healesville’s Monda Lodge is celebrating Christmas by creating a nativity scene for residents to enjoy. The inspiration for the nativity scene came on Christmas Eve...

Not the Archies Audience Choice Award Winner announced

Local Yarra Ranges community member, Sharyne Doensen has taken out the Not the Archies Audience Choice Award for 2019. Over 2000 votes for 97 different...

All eyes on the Archibald Prize

Over 55,000 people came to the Yarra Valley and through the TarraWarra Museum of Art gallery doors to witness the Archibald Prize exhibition, making...

Rock stacks don’t rock

Some are small, barely more than flat pebbles, stacked atop one another. Others are small boulders that have been torn up and stacked to...

School celebrates 150th anniversary

Yering Primary School celebrated its 150th anniversary with an open day on Sunday 8 December. The school celebrated with old style games, held tours for...

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Sharyne’s Archies honour

Yarra Glen resident Sharyne Doensen was named as the Audience Choice winner for the 2019 Not the Archies portrait competition. Over 2000 votes for 97...

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