Earlier this morning the MFB responded to an alarm at the WaterMarc Aquatic Centre in Flintoff St, Greensborough.
St Helena Secondary College and the adjacent Glen Katherine Primary School, in Eltham North, went into lockdown around 1.00pm.
Police are investigating a series of incidents which occurred in Greensborough late last night.
Nillumbik Shire invites the community to a Flag Raising Ceremony and morning tea for Reconciliation Week next Thursday 30 May on the lawn in front of the civic offices in Greensborough at 10 am.
The stage enough support in Northern Football Netball League’s Division 1, with Round 5 offering five important matches ahead of the break for representative football.
Police from the Banyule Crime Investigation Unit have charged a man following a burglary and assault in St Helena last week.
5:30pm UPDATE: The Bureau of Meteorology warns that, at 5:20 pm, severe thunderstorms were detected on the weather radar near Belgrave, Camberwell, Caulfield, Frankston, Lang Lang, Melton and waters off Brighton beach. These thunderstorms are moving towards the southeast. They are forecast to affect Dandenong, Glen Waverley and Williamstown by 5:50 pm and KooWeeRup, Pakenham and South Pakenham by 6:20 pm.
Construction crews working on the Yan Yean Road upgrade as part of Victoria’s Big Build have inadvertently cut a major Telstra cable leaving residents on – and surrounding – Yan Yean Rd, Aqueduct Rd and Diamond Creek Rd without internet or landline services.
Detours will be in place from tomorrow (3 January) as a ’round-the-clock’ construction blitz gets underway to upgrade the intersection of Yan Yean, Aqueduct and Diamond Creek Roads in Plenty.
2:45am UPDATE:The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) continues to issue a Severe Weather Warning for people in Central, North Central and parts of South West, North East and West and South Gippsland Forecast Districts including Healesville, Yarra Glen and the area south of Kinglake.