All hail before the mighty Trump with his unmatched wisdom …
We’ll see you all soon at the all-new VicNews website in 2020. First published using an Amiga computer in 1992 (print) VicNews and sent via packet radio, The Victorian News [ISSN 1038-6971] returns next year.
VicNews, The Victorian News was first published by Ashley Geelan – the editor of Kinglake Ranges News – in August 1992 with the assistance of Montmorency Secondary College librarians (thanks Barbara Clements) and Diamond Valley Library.
In positive news for Nillumbik, Cleanaway Pty Ltd has announced they have successfully acquired the former SKM recycling facility assets.
With conditions ripe for weeds to grow and spread as spring gets underway, Murrindindi Shire Council will commence its weed control program in the coming weeks.
Murrindindi Shire Council on Wednesday 8 October held a Seniors’ Festival celebration, held saw community members enjoy Devonshire tea and music by Bev and Leigh in the Alexandra Shire Hall.
All hail before the Messiah. He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!
This month’s Nillumbik Pet Expo is set to be the perfect day out for the wider community with pet exhibitions to also include Banyule and Whittlesea Shire.
Don’t worry about anything else. We’ve a surplus to deliver!
Concerned local residents of Murrindindi would like to assist in informing the community about the proposed development at ‘Dude Ranch’ also known as ‘Balaclava’ or ‘Yujiu Villa’ at 707 Murrindindi Rd.
We know nothing.
Two women have been arrested after allegedly stealing a car from Yarra Glen overnight.
Like a bull in a china shop!
With the AFL Grand Final done and dusted for another year and daylight saving commencing overnight, it’s that time of year when local communities throughout Victoria hold events during the warmer months.
As part of Murrindindi Shire Council’s ‘Fair Parking’ campaign, Council officers have been patrolling towns around the Shire to educate people about their parking safety and access responsibilities, and where necessary, issue warning and infringement notices.
Politicians and non-core promises …
Yes folks, it’s that time of year again to ‘change the clocks and change your smoke detector batteries too.’
Investigators from the Croydon Divisional Tasking Unit have charged seven people after discovering a large quantity of alleged drugs concealed in a car in Glenburn.
Get out and talk about drought …
Murrindindi Shire CEO Craig Lloyd has released a statement to the public stating:
It’s business as usual for the big four banks.
A revised planning application has been lodged for the use and development of the site as a hotel, restaurant and bar. The original proposal has been amended and no longer includes a shooting facility, helipad or gaming facilities.
Help me I’m sinking …
Minister for Roads Jaala Pulford today announced $65.9 million was being invested in rebuilding, resurfacing and repairing around 241 kilometres of roads across the region as part of the Labor Government’s road maintenance blitz.
Families in the City of Whittlesea are encouraged to leave the car at home and walk, ride or scoot to school in October to help their schools win cash and prizes.