LATEST ARTICLES

Getting creative

By Caitlin Bewley Broadening the creative horizons for primary students has been welcomed at two rural schools in Moorabool, after they were chosen as part...

Never too old to learn

Bacchus Marsh U3A (University of the Third Age) is a volunteer run Community Service and is now welcoming enrolments for their 2021 program of...

Drug user ‘rehabilitated’

By Lachlan Ellis A Bacchus Marsh man found with marijuana and GHB in his possession, and marijuana and methamphetamine in his system, has been described...

A guide for fungi foragers

By Helen Tatchell A mushroom is as autumn as the changing colours of the leaves on the trees and, they are coming to a paddock...

No licence, no food

By Lachlan Ellis A speeding driver has pleaded for leniency from Magistrate Tom Barrett, after he was clocked travelling more than 20 km/h over the...

Tearing up the track

By Lachlan Ellis A local BMX club has had its track severely damaged by users tearing up the track – and not in the good...

Making a buck from batteries

By Helen Tatchell It’s not a raffle, they aren’t selling chocolates however, one local school is fundraising, but it is an unusual initiative. To read the...

Outdoor tennis tabled

By Helen Tatchell Outdoor table tennis tables in public parks may be coming to Moorabool. A Notice of Motion was raised by East Ward Councillor, Tonia...

Ice user battling grief

By Lachlan Ellis A Bacchus Marsh man pleading guilty to the possession and use of methamphetamine, told a Magistrate he was struggling with the sorrow...

Crap proposal kicks up a stink

By Lachlan Ellis A proposal by EPA Victoria to reclassify animal manure as industrial waste has drawn the ire of State and Federal politicians. To read...