Rural newsrooms have not always adapted to the modern journalism world. Kinglake Ranges News prides itself on a 21st century newsroom model.
On average over 800 people a day read Kinglake Ranges News. Data for August shows 13,827 unique viewers [according to WordPress]. That is equal to 864 viewers a day. If annualised AWStats are used its 516.73 unique readers a day.
Geelan Media is proud to announce the appointment of Mr Simon Templar to the ever-growing team as our technology and communications editor.
Ever wondered why when you call Centrelink or the Australian Tax Office (ATO) and you get an engaged signal or just can’t get through? We now know why.
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Nillumbik Shire is holding conferences throughout the shire, whilst Murrindindi Shire plans to alleviate itself of all responsibility for the aged and disAbled.
Murrindindi Shire established a tender process to set up a panel of selected media advertising providers with two year contracts to provide publication of council news and public notices.
SP AusNet spokeswoman Helena Lilly* tonight told Kinglake Ranges News that the current power outage was due to a “deteriorated conductor,” known to most as a power-line, that broke.
It’s official. Thanks to all our readers, contributors and mentors for making us the Murrindindi and surrounding district’s number one online news site by over 60,000 readers a month.
Whilst city reporters for Melbourne’s major media outlets turn up at events and report, rural reporters are often part of their community as much as the local CFA, SES and other community organisations. Ashley Geelan explains.