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Clean-away into the correct bin

By Meg Kennedy Recyclables from Moorabool will no longer be sent to landfill, following a new contract between Moorabool Shire Council and recycling company Cleanaway. From...

Nation heats up

The Bureau of Meteorology has released its 2019 Annual Climate Statement, showing 2019 was both the warmest and driest year on record for Australia. The...

Looking for a 2020 vision

After nearly four years and 35 exhibitions later, the B-Mac visual arts gallery in Bacchus Marsh is seeking new premises. The Bacchus Marsh Art’s Council...

Contributing to the need

By Helen Tatchell “Staggered by the community response”, is how a business owner described donations for bushfire victims and animals in East Gippsland. Asha Shanahan, proprietor...

Award dedicated to all volunteers

By Kate Taylor For his contribution to arts and culture in Bacchus Marsh, resident John Spain will be awarded Citizen of the Year at Moorabool...

‘Thanks mate’

By Helen Tatchell It started out as a truck convoy of hay from Ballan to bushfire ravaged towns in East Gippsland; it ended with raw...

‘And…action!’ at Pykes

By Meg Kennedy Pykes Creek Reservoir in Myrniong transformed to ‘Cochituate Lake’ in Massachusetts, USA for a feature film shoot today. The reservoir was closed to...

BREAKING: Moorabool Citizen of the Year announced

Moorabool Shire Council has announced their 2020 Citizen of the Year - John Spain, in the lead up to the 2020 Australia Day awards Citizen...

Strong addiction not for pleasure

By Caitlin Bewley (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) “I want to prove to you that I won’t be back here for the wrong reasons,” a Bacchus Marsh...

A calculated effort

By Meg Kennedy A Bacchus Marsh student is well on his way to becoming the next Einstein, after topping his Year 12 class last year. Michael...