LATEST ARTICLES

Storm clean-up continues

By Lachlan Ellis Assessments and tree clearing are ongoing this week, with much of Moorabool Shire still recovering from the major storm event that hit...

Giant leap for … kids

By Lachlan Ellis A local team are preparing their astronaut gear for the third time, for a fundraiser for kids in need – but they’re...

A story about dogs

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) Dogs are known as man’s best friend, but now two Moorabool primary schools are learning of their...

Long-time Council employee clocks off

By Lachlan Ellis The Moorabool Shire didn’t exist when he first started working for Council, and now after 32-years since amalgamation, Lindsay Bandy has finally...

Knife-wielder arrested

By Lachlan Ellis A Darley man was arrested last Tuesday (8 June), after brandishing a knife in front of police and damaging property. Locals contacted the...

Weaving her magic

By Jane Gardner Just prior to Victoria’s recent lockdown, Moorabool resident and First Nations creative, Tammy Gilson was lucky enough to participate in two ‘Craft...

Dogs changing lives

They say dogs are a man’s best friend, but the pooches trained by Dogs for Life mean even more to our war veterans. To read...

Another one bites the dust

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) Their website states when they started as Australia’s first company in 1817, “we wanted to deliver exceptional...

Memorial rests until funding secured

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) The Avenue of Honour is set to be reinvigorated with a vibrant new memorial, but the project...

Devoted to the community

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) Anyone can volunteer for a day, but it takes a very special character to dedicate a lifetime...