Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 71-year-old Eltham woman Jing Ling Cai.
Police are investigating a series of incidents which occurred in Greensborough late last night.
The first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24, 1844 – 175 years ago.
Video edited and supplied by Mark Beacham. Originally broadcast on Channel 31 Melbourne and relayed to Channel 44 Adelaide and WTV Perth with community radio stations across Australia also taking audio feeds.
Kinglake Ranges News continues as Murrindindi’s leading online media outlet.
Nillumbik Shire invites the community to a Flag Raising Ceremony and morning tea for Reconciliation Week next Thursday 30 May on the lawn in front of the civic offices in Greensborough at 10 am.
Journalism students across Australia collaborated in an immense project to cover the weekend’s federal election.
The article http://www.kinglakerangesnews.com/2019/05/19/laurimar-power-past-kilmore/ (below) was originally – incorrectly – published with Ashley Geelan as the author.
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Laurimar remains undefeated in NFNL Division 3 after an impressive 36-point win over Kilmore at Laurimar Reserve yesterday.
Kinglake Ranges News is incorporating with ‘VicNews’ The Victorian News to expand coverage beyond – but still including – the Kinglake Ranges and surrounds to all of Victoria.
The southern part of Indi is often ignored by politicians, Labor candidate for Indi Eric Kerr says.
Meet Whittlesea’s First Constable Alana Olivieri, the emergency services midwife.
Whittlesea Police Station First Constable Alana Olivieri is in the business of saving lives, not bringing new lives into the world.
A dominant third quarter helped St Mary’s breakthrough for its inaugural win in in the Northern Football Netball League’s Division 2, with a 31-point triumph over Epping.
In AFL Outer East netball the Lakers held on in A grade to defeat Yarra Glen by 7 goals whilst Alexandra defeated arch-rival Yea by 13 goals
South Morang got off to a flyer with three early goals and never looked back to defeat Mernda by 22 points at Waterview Recreation Reserve.
The Lakers maintained their unbeaten winning streak defeating Yarra Glen by 22 points. Playing coach Anthony ‘Spider’ Fairchild kicked four goals to now be the third-highest goal-kicker in Division 2.
Jason Whalley was born in 1965 in Nudgee, QLD, and now lives with his partner in Wangaratta.
Eric Kerr, Labor’s Candidate for Indi was born and raised in North East Victoria, and has spent his entire life living, working and learning there. As a proud local, Eric is honoured by the opportunity to serve his community.
Euroa resident Shane Wheatland is a qualified mechanic currently working as an underground fitter in the mining industry.
Marks’ heart is in the region and he believes in the potential of regional Australia.
Helen Haines has lived and worked as a nurse, midwife, health administrator and rural health researcher in north-east Victoria for over 32 years.
Steve Martin, the Liberal Party candidate for Indi, is a local and a widely respected member of the community.
Greens candidate for Indi Helen Robinson is a Beechworth veterinarian and Indi resident for 19 years.