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A centenary of service

A local historian, who has spent 30 years researching the history of Lilydale RSL, has compiled his findings in a new book to commemorate...

Lilydale level crossing update

The Lilydale level crossing removal project will see a number of additional works starting this week as of Monday 12 April. Commuters are being...

Fast food dream complex

Fast food enthusiasts rejoice, plans for a McDonald’s, Taco Bell and KFC are in the works for Chirnside Park. A vacant block of land on...

Lilydale community vaccination centre

A community vaccination centre is set to be established in Lilydale as part of an expansion to Victorian coronavirus vaccination hubs. The Lilydale centre...

Strong First Nation’s women of the Yarra Ranges

A new book sharing the stories, poems and artwork of First Nations women in the Yarra Ranges was recently launched. Balit Bagurrk: Strong Aboriginal and...

End in sight for long-delayed roadworks

One year on from the beginning of construction of upgrades to the Maroondah Highway and works are still taking place on the road despite...

Sole-ful art

While it’s a loosely kept secret that Healesville’s resident cobbler, Peter Brocklehurst is a retired singer with several gold records under his belt, but...

Yarra Valley voice earns top award

Yarra Junction resident Dr Louise Mahler has been chosen as the 2021 Keynote Speaker of the Year by the Professional Speakers Association, an international...

More than a name in stone

For nearly eight years the Seville community has worked to have a war memorial built in the township and this Anzac Day the remaining...

Jiminy Cricket the Duck loves jazz

Healesville Sanctuary’s keepers have discovered one of its resident ducks loves listening to music. Jiminy Cricket is a Plumed Whistling Duck named after her...

Ranges put NAB League on notice

The Eastern Ranges took the chocolates in their Round 1 Good Friday clash against the Calder Cannons with a 32 point win. The Under 19...

Seasonal workers to help save local harvests

Some 200 Pacific Island workers have taken to Victorian farms to increase seasonal workforce, including to Yarra Valley orchards during apple picking season. Minister for...

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A centenary of service

A local historian, who has spent 30 years researching the history of Lilydale RSL, has compiled his findings in a new book to commemorate...