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Fundraising underway to help Bridget Murphy achieve her Paralympic dream

For aspiring paralympian Bridget Murphy, horse riding is in her blood. “There’ wasn’t a question of not having horses for me,” she told the...

logging protests follow threatened owl sightings

Environmentalist group Forest Conservation Victoria has established a blockade to prevent logging operations in Toolangi on the morning of Monday 2 September. One member of...

Gateway signs to improve safety in the valley

The old excuse for not knowing the speed limit on country roads just won’t cut it anymore as VicRoads installed giant community gateway speed...

Calls for deer management strategy

Eildon MP Cindy McLeish has called on Agriculture Minister Jaclyn Symes to release a deer management strategy to address the escalating problem. Speaking to the...

Man with a Pram at the sanctuary

Support group Dads Group Inc celebrated Father’s Day with the Man with a Pram walk through Healesville Sanctuary on Sunday 1 September. The not-for-profit community...

Lost dads remembered

While Australians came together for Father’s Day on Sunday 1 September to celebrate their dads, Le Pine Funerals helped Yarra Valley community members who...

Bloods are premiers and champions

Healesville Football Netball Club's Senior Women’s team are premiers and champions of the AFL Outer East after defeating Monbulk by 42 points in the...

The Round-up

Tool theft charges Police charged a Healesville woman over a theft from a tradie’s toolbox in Lilydale in June. They arrested the 26-year-old woman in Richmond...

Logging protests follow threatened owl sightings

Environmentalist group Forest Conservation Victoria established a blockade to prevent logging operations in Toolangi on Monday 2 September. One member was suspended 20 metres high...

Skiing tragedy

A man who died following a skiing accident at Mount Bogong on Thursday 29 August has been identified as Healesville resident and forest ecologist...

Music students set to perform in Berlin

Little Yarra Steiner School students have been selected to perform to over 3500 people in Berlin, Germany for the Metamorphoses 100 year celebration of...

Signage project to honour Dr Annie Yoffa

A new signage project that will honour Dr Annie Yoffa will be unveiled at the Sun Festival at Yarra Valley ECOSS. Dr Annie Yoffa (1891-1959)...

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Helping close the gap

Closing the health gap between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians is a key priority for Eastern Health, whose annual family sports day will return to...

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