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The plan is for safer roads

Darley is on the map, with the aim of creating safer roads. Following the development of Moorabool Council’s Stages 1 and 2 of the Bacchus...

Reducing recyclables to rubbish

By Meg Kennedy Recyclables and rubbish in Moorabool are now headed to the same spot: landfill. Moorabool Shire Council announced on Tuesday, 13 August via its...

More water than off a duck’s back

By Helen Tatchell Winter rain has been a bit like the Goldilocks and the three-bears story, the ground has been too hard (to take the...

Youth take action

Mental Health had everyone talking at an Expo at the Bacchus Marsh Public Hall, organised by Moorabool’s Youth Action Group (YAG). The Expo was created...

Guilty plea for stealing fuel

By Caitlin Bewley (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) Drug-related theft charges saw a 29-year old man appear before Magistrate John Doherty on Friday 9 August, where he...

GREASE – the word is out

It was a time when Elvis was King and hula hoops, diners, jukeboxes and drive-in movies were all the rage. Bacchus Marsh is set to...

Bail, after being ‘robbed whilst in jail’

By Meg Kennedy A well-known Bacchus Marsh neighbour has reappeared in the Magistrates’ Court, this time in custody. The years-long battle between Love Close resident Godwin...

RSL turns 100

By Helen Tatchell Snow, rain and cold temperatures did not stop people attending the Ballan RSL rooms to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the...

Tennis is on the table

By Helen Tatchell It is more than just a ping or a pong, it is the fast and furious game of table tennis, played as...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Below is a letter I have sent to the Environment Ministerm Lily D’Ambrosio. Re - wedge tail eagle mortalities at Yaloak South windfarm In 2010...