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Concerns fire brigades under prepared

By Caitlin Bewley The Fire Danger Period is in force and that means residents need to be prepared to action their Fire Plan if necessary. Local...

Oh Lord, an end to rinks?

By Caitlin Bewley Two local bowling clubs are considering merging after 20 years of contemplation, with one of the club’s president’s saying it’ll make them...

Glory by a country mile

By Michael Howard The TAB Summer of Glory narrative had its first chapter written at the weekend, when legs three and four of the Trots...

Red shirts a labour of love

By Caitlin Bewley Their shoes are made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do, all the way through the local landscape. The Marshans Walking Group...

Faces that care

There are faces that care in the health sector and they can be viewed at an upcoming exhibition in Moorabool. Local photographic artist Karyn Leong...

Underground or overhead? Debate continues

By Caitlin Bewley and Lachlan Ellis The overhead high voltage transmission line saga continues with two community consultation meetings being held last December, discussing the...

Technology providing industrial solutions

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) A local company that has been “working with its head down” for the last decade has opened its doors...

Butt cracks Cup double

By Michael Howard Co-trainers Anthony Butt and Sonya Smith took giant strides into the new Trots Country Cups Championship season with a picture-perfect weekend, sweeping...

Fines for feline felons

By Caitlin Bewley Over $90,000 of ratepayer money will go towards keeping Moorabool a cat-free zone from sunset to sunrise. The ongoing issue for a cat...

Supplying a surprise

By Caitlin Bewley And a Happy New Year it was for a local volunteer club, receiving $2,500 in funding for their ongoing community contribution and...