Kinglake Ranges News orginal mission was – and still is – to primarily cover news across the Kinglake Ranges, Goulburn Valley, Diamond Valley, Plenty Valley and Yarra Valley.
Like Guardian Australia stated today we don’t want to get bigger to make a profit of a particular size or to sell a certain number of ads … ,” Lenore Taylor, Editor, Guardian Australia.
The Australian Army’s 108 Signal Squadron (108 Sig Sqn) provides radio communications encompassing Very High Frequency (VHF) and High Frequency (HF) networks that allows for short-range and long-range voice and data communications to Australia’s soldiers. The 108 Sig Sqn taught Kinglake Ranges News communications in the 1990s.
Melbourne’s police, fire, ambulance, aircraft, taxis, Nillumbik Shire, Department of Justice, and more rely on the radio towers at Frank Thomson Reserve (Lady Stonehaven’s Lookout) in Kinglake Central.
ERRATA: In the article “Government admits faulty gas heaters caused death” Kinglake Ranges News (10/9) incorrectly reported the fire was probably caused by a Rinnai (brand) heater. This is incorrect.
A Vulcan/Pyrox (brand) heritage open flue gas heater was found by Coroner Hawkins on August 22, 2018 to have caused the death of a 62-year-old Greensborough woman.
Kinglake Ranges News sincerely apologies for the error.
It never has been in Victoria (and most of Australia) illegal to use a two way radio, including Citizen’s Band (CB), amateur radio and other two-way radio systems whilst driving – in motion – despite media reporting otherwise for over 30 years.
To celebrate it’s first birthday Kinglake Ranges News today opened the Whittlesea newsroom with Greensborough (St Helena), Alexandra, Hurstbridge, Yarra Glen and Yea to follow.
One year ago today Kinglake Ranges News went live providing the districts first local, live and independent news and information service.
A Best Local Reporter award from the Victorian Country Press Association (VCPA) is an advertising award for advertising sales. It is not a peer voted journalism award based on journalism.
Whilst the Liberal/National Party Coalition couldn’t wait to hold a Royal Commission into trade unions they weren’t so quick to rush to a financial services sector Royal Commission.