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Archives for September 2017

Change the clock … replace the smoke detector battery

VICTORIA, TASMANIA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, NEW SOUTH WALES & AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY. Yes folks, it’s that time of year again to ‘change the clocks and change your smoke detector batteries too.’ At 2am (0200hrs) tomorrow (Sunday, October 1) it’s time to move clocks forward an hour to 3am (0300hrs) as daylight saving commences for another year.

Butterworth wins Laker’s Brownlow

YERING. Jayden ‘Joey’ Butterworth tonight (Friday, September 29) won the Kinglake Football/Netball Club’s Player of The Year Award (53 votes) ‘The Kinglake Brownlow’, with Hadrian Prest runner-up (37 votes). Andrew Young (29 votes) won the Reserves Award. In Netball it was a four-way tie in A Grade with Tarsha Collette, Paige Stanley, Kylie Wyatt and

Kinglake Ranges bus service at risk

The Kinglake Ranges risks losing its only public bus service (route 384, formerly route 365) if the service isn’t used and high school students using the service continually fail to touch on, several Dyson’s Bus Company drivers have told Kinglake Ranges News.

North-East Vic. Aged Care

Minister for Aged Care and Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt thanked organisations and community members who showed the solid work being done by aged care practitioners, educators, and indigenous communities in the Indi electorate.

KFNC Presentation Night

The Kinglake Football/Netball Club will hold it’s annual Presentation Ball tomorrow night, Friday, September 29 at the Eastern Golf Club, 215 Victoria Road, Yering from 6:30pm.

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