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COVID restrictions last straw for festival

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) It is not ‘berry’ good news as there’ll be no fireworks, no music and no carnival in Bacchus Marsh...

Mayor urges State to step up to the plate

Moorabool Shire Council urges the Victorian Government to be world leaders in the transmission sector, set the path for future projects, and make the...

It is a gift to give

By Caitlin Bewley (3rd Year Swinburne Uni) A local woman is helping stop the spread of COVID-19, one free mask at a time. Bacchus Marsh woman, Karen...

Dear Prime Minister – walk a mile in my shoes

By Helen Tatchell She is 16-years old, lives on an 800-acre property at Myrniong, and her heritage dates back six generations. Annabel Muir has a clear...

Why has Council voted for an increase in rates?

Dear Editor, Federal and State governments have contributed vast sums of money to help people and businesses that experience hardship due to Covid-19. Council have...

A tiny step forward

By Caitlin Bewley (3rd Year Swinburne Uni) A Mount Egerton woman’s experience with domestic violence motivated her to make a change for women in similar situations. Local...

New residents welcomed

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) Moorabool Shire’s beauty and facilities have been put on display in Council’s new ‘Welcome Home’ pack. The 30-page booklet style,...

Masking the virus

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) Last week you could count on one hand the amount of people wearing a face mask, however as of...

From days gone by

Here is another call out from the Bacchus Marsh & District Historical Society for anyone that can shed some light on this photo. Please email...

Learning through the pandemic

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) Moorabool students are slowly getting back to learning in-person, but not without safety precautions. Schools are now practising measures such...