The editor of Kinglake Ranges News, Ashley Geelan has been working hard in the background over summer.
Transit Crime Investigation Unit detectives are investigating an indecent assault on the South Morang train line in July.
For some time, Murrindindi Shire Council has been working on plans for a community car service, ‘Moving Murrindindi’ which will make it easier for people to attend appointments and reach public transport hubs.
The new eight-kilometre Mernda Rail Extension, complete with three new stations, opened for passengers today – around six months ahead of schedule.
On Sunday, August 19, one week before the Mernda railway line officially reopens an Open Day will be held between 12pm and 3pm.
Rail passengers at Donnybrook and Wallan will soon see improvements to train stations, with the Labor Party promising upgrades to support these growing communities.
Passenger trains return to Mernda for the first time in almost 60 years from Sunday August 26, when the South Morang line becomes the re-opened Mernda line.
An 84-year-old Bundoora man has died following a collision with a tram in Bundoora around 9.35am this morning.
To allow for electrical upgrades to the South Morang and Hurstbridge lines, buses will replace trains between Clifton Hill and South Morang stations from 7:15pm on Thursday, July 19 to last service.
To see the Hurstbridge train line upgrades completed the Level Crossing Removal Authority, PTV and Metro are making temporary changes impacting people on foot, using trains and on the road this weekend.