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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I was one of the several hundred people who attended the meeting on Tuesday night 6 May to hear of Council’s process...

Community objects to plan for waste

By Kate Taylor Opposition appears to be growing against a proposal by Maddingley Brown Coal to bring rubbish into Moorabool and dump it in...

Damaged by drugs

By Caitlin Bewley (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) A man who described himself and former partner as “damaged goods” appeared in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrate’s court on...

Confine or curfew cats? – survey

By Meg Kennedy Moorabool Shire Council are seeking the community’s opinion on whether cats could be under a curfew in the future. The survey is currently...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I would like to congratulate the Moorabool Shire Council for repairing a guard railing on a bridge. Despite taking just on 13-weeks to do...

Target 155 still applies

Western Water is reminding customers of the importance of conserving water despite recent rainfall. The future water supply is secure and sufficient, despite the...

Principal’s principles

By Kate Taylor Bacchus Marsh Grammar is likely to move out of Moorabool if a proposal by Maddingley Brown Coal to start dumping putrescible...

Foodbank on the money

By Meg Kennedy An emergency foodbank has been awarded an extra boost to help continue their good work in the Bacchus Marsh community, celebrated at...

Castle glamping needs wee bit of improvement

By Kate Taylor A battle seems imminent at Kryal Castle over what might best be described as a Game of Thrones. Toilets are at the...

Recycling mud

Western Water is using innovative techniques to recycle mud dug up from water pipe repairs and return it back to the environment. Deploying ‘hydro excavation’...