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Preserving aviation history

By Helen Tatchell Pegasus – the name means horse and is also the name of a rewards promotion gift to a local not for profit...

Eggcellent art

By Jessica Howard Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall, and didn’t fall, at the Darley Neighbourhood House. A 3D mosaic replicating the character in the old...

Ejected after stripping to undies

By Helen Tatchell If ever a council meeting needed to be live-streamed it was on Wednesday 2 May at the Ballan council chambers. The meeting ended...

Artist on national stage

By Jane Gardner Wadawurrung Elder and Gordon resident, Aunty Marlene Gilson is certainly making a name for herself as an artist. After a number of...

Good growth in grassroots sport

By Jessica Howard The Bacchus Marsh Scorpions are celebrating 10-years on the soccer field this year. The local club was established in 2008 and at the...

Boots and all business steers in new direction

By Jessica Howard Iconic western-wear business McDonald’s Saddlery has closed its doors for the last time. The Bacchus Marsh-based business held its last day of trade...

Let there be light

By Jessica Howard Bright lights have been switched on at Masons Lane in Bacchus Marsh, marking a significant milestone for local sporting clubs and user...

Two ton Tyson

By Todd Whelan MILESTONE games happen in footy every year, but when you can say you’re a 200 game one-club player at any level, it’s...

Small term pain for long term gain

By Helen Tatchell Over $900,000 is being spent by council on a new look streetscape in Ballan, and despite some traders venting their annoyance, works...

A collection of works

By Helen Tatchell Born in India and a childhood spent in Uganda, East Africa, has strong memories for local Bacchus Marsh artist Anuradha (Anu) Patel...