James Edwards was Kinglake’s best bowler taking two wickets with James Gibbs, Eddie O’Hara and Tim Stonehouse taking a wicket each.
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Murrindindi Shire is encouraging property owners to contact Rotary if they need help with emergency fencing to contain livestock following the recent severe weather and flood event.
Murrindindi Shire has some of the country’s most scenic camping grounds with Cathedral Range State Park being named in ‘The Culture Trips Top 7’ best campsites in Victoria. This camp ground is in fine company, according to the shire’s Environment and Climate Change Portfolio Councillor Bec Bowles, with other picturesque sites on offer at Kendall’s
Murrindindi Shire’s long-term family day care educator Heather Rennie says goodbye to this year’s children with a tear in her eye, as this year was her last in Alexandra.
Murrindindi Council will spend $120,000 eradicating weeds and pests along 250-400kms of the Shire’s roadsides over the next two years. Contractors will spray and use other control methods along the Shire’s roadsides, targeting Blackberry, Sweet Briar, Gorse, St John’s Wort, Paterson’s Curse, Cape Broom, and English Broom, which are all regarded as Regionally Controlled Noxious
Murrindindi Shire is offering free green waste disposal until Christmas Eve to help residents and businesses clean up after the heavy rains and floods earlier this month. Council’s Infrastructure and Waste Portfolio Councillor Eric Lording said the heavy rain and flooding created a lot of extra debris for property owners across the Shire. “Anyone with
Buxton Primary School students celebrated the achievements and contributions of people with an [dis] ability as part of International Day of People with a Disability Day (IDPwD) and hosted a special day of activities at the school.
Kinglake will once again host stage four of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour on Sunday, February 4, 2018.
The Northern Football/Netball League (NFNL) has released the men’s 2018 season fixtures for division one, two and three with fixtures for under-19 and NFNL Women’s competitions to be released in early 2018.
Australian history tells us that despite being the first cricketers sent to England to play in what we today call ‘The Ashes’ (no white fella wanted to sail back to England and spend months at sea) and serving Australia in the Boer War, World War I and World War II, First Nations people were not allowed to participate in Australian society until the 1967 referendum.