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Saturday, June 23, 2018, 2:11 PM

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Local clubs can earn $$

Kinglake clubs have been offered the opportunity to earn “$50 per volunteer per shift” for their club by GTR Events to assist with running Stage 4 of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour on Sunday, February 4.

New mobile towers remove Shire ‘black spots’

Murrindindi Shire residents are now seeing the results of Council’s advocacy with support from Federal Member for Indi, Cathy McGowan for improved mobile phone service coverage in mobile phone “black spot” areas in the Shire.

UPDATED: Serious car accident at Kinglake Central. 

Exclusive Update, Sat. November 18, 3:30pm: It’s alleged one of the drivers was travelling over the 80 km/h speed limit on the wrong side of the road.

The driver was allegedly also alcohol and drug-affected, and should only have been driving a vehicle fitted with an alcohol interlock device.

Shire seeks Australia Day nominations

Murrindindi Shire is urging the community to get behind the 2018 Australia Day Awards and recognise someone they know who makes a difference in our community.

Ladies Day … Kinglake Ranges style

Local weather turned warmer just in time for Oaks Day, Kinglake Ranges style on Thursday, November 9, as women of the district enjoyed Ladies’ Day in their finest outfits. Over 100 local women joined the day whilst tourists felt out of place in jeans and t-shirts when stopping for lunch at the Kinglake Pub. “I

LIVE: OAKS DAY KINGLAKE

Over a hundred local ladies have gathered in their finest outfits to celebrate Oaks Day, Kinglake style as the first locals began arriving just after midday, before the first Oaks Day race jumped at 12:15pm.

Gorse … the wicked weed

Gorse produces a pretty yellow flower, but it is one of Australia’s Weeds of National Significance (WoNS) and it already has a presence in Murrindindi Shire.

Shire commences fire prevention works

In preparation for what is predicted to be an above-average bushfire season, Murrindindi Shire Council has started its roadside slashing program, kicking off in the Alexandra area.

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