Warburton Valley residents can now tune into emergency radio broadcasts in the event of a major emergency thanks to a community-driven project to secure an ABC re-broadcasting antenna. ABC Radio Melbourne’s (774kHz) Libbi Gorr will broadcast her Sunday Mornings program live from the Warburton CFA Open Day between 10am and 12pm on Sunday, October 29,
Murrindindi Shire pools open on Saturday, November 18 until Monday, March 12, 2018 (Labour Day). Admission on the opening weekend is free of charge.
Chilean needle grass is regarded as one of the worst weeds in Australia and Murrindindi Shire’s property owners need to be vigilant to ensure it is kept in check.
Don’t forget to stick around in Yea on Saturday, October 28 after the Derby – the entertainment will continue with the FReeZA MAD Billy After Party.
Murrindindi Shire Council urges residents to plan ahead for this coming fire season.
Victoria Police have arrested three men following an altercation outside the Eildon Holiday Resort last night (Friday, October 20) around midnight that has left a man dead.
A Glenburn Road home in Kinglake East was raided at dawn by Special Operations Group (SOG) police from Melbourne for alleged theft, a reliable source told Kinglake Ranges News.
The 40-year fight over where the missing ‘north-east link’ of the Metropolitan Ring Road (M80) will be built continues.
Banyule City Council told the North East Link Authority it prefers ‘corridor option c’, whilst Nillumbik Shire Council told the authority it prefers ‘option a’.
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North Brunswick/Rosebank 4th XI won the toss and elected to bat first making 262 from 35 overs before compulsory closure (cc). Kinglake were all out for 89.
Today’s schedule. Pickers Breakfast. 09.00am Bakery 10.00am Cappa Rossi’s Gospel Concert, Main Marquee. 10.00am New Macedon Rangers 10.30am Dancing With Angels Community Concert, Main Marquee. 11.00am to 1.00pm Sunday Brunch, Kinglake Pub. 12.00pm The Cherry Pickers 01.00pm Backwater Sunday Brunch, Cappa Rossi’s. 12.00pm Slim Dime 01.00pm Ukes D’Jour Sunday Brunch, Bakery. 12.00pm Dancing With Angels
KINGLAKE. 5:15pm. Jason Gaffee caught on 33. Kinglake 5/64. 5:00pm. Kinglake 2/41 from 16 overs. 4:30pm. Alex Hybinett LBW for 2. Kinglake 2/13 from 7.3 overs. 3:30pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 3/262 from 35 overs. End of innings. 3:10pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank 1/214 from 30 overs. 2:55pm. North Brunswick/Rosebank are 1/191 off 28 overs. North Brunswick/Rosebank won the
ERRATA. In the report “Kinglake Oaks Day 2017” Kinglake Ranges News implied that this function was started by Leigh Dunscombe and Ian Haysom. This is incorrect. The Oaks Day function was commenced by the Kinglake Pub (then trading as the ‘National Park Hotel’) when publicans Craig & Sharon Lovick negotiated with local businesses. The article
The report on the Kinglake Football/Netball club’s annual general meeting meets all requirements of professional journalism. An AGM is a public meeting and as such can, and should, be reported on. Our community has a right to know. I’ve supported KFNC for over a decade and served on the committee between 2007-09 and will continue
Kinglake Football and Netball (KFNC) club supporters are concerned for the future of the club following tonight’s (Tuesday, October 10) annual general meeting (AGM) being postponed despite 10 locals present.
Police tonight stepped up the search for missing 58-year-old man John Forster, with a Victoria Police spokesperson telling Phillip Clarke on ABC Local Radio’s Nightlife that police and John’s family were now seriously concerned for his welfare