A 2500-head cattle yarding last Friday (8 February) at Yea was 300 more than advertised and almost double what would normally be sold at this time of year during a normal season.
Police detectives, supported by the Special Operations Group this afternoon executed search warrants in Doncaster and Park Orchards in relation to yesterday’s fatal shooting in Oakleigh East.
No matter what statistical analysis program one uses, Kinglake Ranges News is number one for local online news.
In their article Hard truth about Geelan’s lies, advertising sales representative of The Local Paper, Ash Long claimed I was making up my work experience report. What most call “throwing shade.” The irony in being told you’re a journalist who’s “well beyond going to University,” suddenly becomes a blogger because I asked to be paid
Late last week whilst listening to ABC Radio Melbourne ‘Drive’ with Rafael Epstein, the editor of Kinglake Ranges News, Ashley Geelan, heard Epstein ask for Micheal ‘Mick’ Rogers to contact him as he couldn’t get in touch.
“The 10-year anniversary of the 2009 Bushfires has been a particularly difficult time for the communities of Murrindindi Shire. This milestone meant different things to different people, but we all stand together on the other side of 7 February,” Cr McAulay said.
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.
Personal stories, reflections and photographic portraits of young people from Kinglake and police officers who experienced the 2009 Victorian bushfires feature in the Victoria Police Museum’s latest exhibition.
Police last night attended a single vehicle crash in Castella.