Kinglake footballer and local policeman Cameron “Speedy” Caine today played his 350th game. Long-serving trainer Ray “Wrinkles” Bartlam this morning also joined the Coodabeen Champions on ABC Radio Melbourne for a chat. Here’s what they said.
Kinglake Football/Netball Club identities Cameron “Speedy” Caine and Ray “Wrinkles” Bartlam earlier today spoke with ABC Melbourne’s Coodabeen Champions.
It’s the time of year when Murrindindi Shire send out rate notices to pay for roads and rubbish.
More than 200 signs have been installed on some 50 roads around Murrindindi Shire as part of Council’s ‘Safer Cycling’ campaign.
A new Official Visitor Guide to Murrindindi Shire is under development to replace the bi-annual ‘What’s On Murrindindi’ brochure and revive the Visitor Guide.
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5pm UPDATE:A faulty electrical cable, known as a ‘conductor’ that due to deterioration technicians have ruled can’t be repaired, but must be replaced. SP AusNet advises those in the area with power should prepare for a power outage around 7pm.
“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.
Tonight’s Black Saturday Memorial Service in Melbourne will be simulcast live from 6pm.
For the first time since Black Saturday (7 February 2009) Kinglake Ranges News has implemented emergency procedures.