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Care, then cruelty

Kelly Duncan says staff and parents are still confused as to why nothing was done to save their Yarra Glen childcare centre. ...

Shed combines talk and tools

Alan Jones is recruiting for the new Healesville Men’s Shed project set to open soon.By Kath GannawayALAN Jones has a shed and he’s looking...

Crushed but unstoppable

Woori Yallock resident Judith McGrath with her car that was crushed by a tree last Thursday.By Monique EbringtonWOORI Yallock president Judith McGrath had a...

600 bid a final farewell

Above: Boyfriend James Dolinsek (white cap) joined family members as about 600 people farewelled Kelly Moate last week.By Kath Gannaway“WE could send Kelly to...

Firebug worry spreads

Healesville Fire Brigade’s First Lieutenant Tom Caldwell looks over the scene of the River Street Fire. Picture:...

Works to start

Contractors Chris Moore and Tom Bergin look over plans for the new BMX track with 3777’s Graeme Chester and Karen Kisala.By Kath GannawayTHE earth...

This one’s for the kids, too

Karen Garth is Yarra Ranges’ 2009 Environmental Achiever of the Year. Picture: Kath GannawayBy...

Breeding up at-risk species

Environment and Climate Change Minister Gavin Jennings with orphaned koala Georgia and wildlife carer Liz Gibbons. ...

Workshop for project input

By Kath GannawayThe Upper Yarra Community Environment Park is entering its next phase with a community consultation workshop on Monday 9 February. The UYCEP committee...

Kitchen is in the mix

By Monique EbringtonHEALESVILLE Living and Learning Centre (HLLC) is cooking up a storm of ideas with the proposal of a community kitchen for the...

Police involved in highway crash

By Monique EbringtonTWO HEALESVILLE police officers and two women from the Upper Yarra area were injured in a collision at the Warburton/Maroondah highways intersection...

Choir triers sing for their supper

By Kath GannawayTHE RecLink Rocky Road Community Choir is on the road again. In the spirit of the inspirational Choir of Hard Knocks, people experiencing...

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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...