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Marching on

By Meg Kennedy Easter will cause a date change for an Anzac Day service in Bacchus Marsh this year, with the March to be held...

Playing the keys to success

By Meg Kennedy A local musician has been granted a spot in a busker’s paradise – Bourke Street Mall. Ballan resident Leon Conway was bestowed with...
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UP IN SMOKE – fire ruins family home

WARNING - Some viewers may find footage distressing By Helen Tatchell Plumes of thick brown smoke roared from the under the eaves of an old cottage...

Disunited Church

By Meg Kennedy The congregation of a local church should be celebrating its 160th anniversary but are instead, protesting the church’s abrupt sale. The community of...

Appeal for tin rattlers

By Meg Kennedy After raising a record amount last year, the Bacchus Marsh Lions Club are again seeking volunteers to help collect money for the...

Fungi, more than just mushrooms

By Meg Kennedy It may be crushed under our feet and not given a second glance, but a local expert’s new book explores why fungi...

Art through her eyes

By Meg Kennedy A local art exhibition framing gender equality has been extended for this month. The ‘Through Her Eyes’ exhibit, currently held at the Lerderderg...

Money for action

By Meg Kennedy A local drug action group has received a boost to help the Moorabool community combat alcohol and drug addiction. Moorabool Drug Action Group...

April is the month to get active

Exercise is being encouraged for just 30-minutes a day as part of the State governments Premiers Active April campaign. But don’t do it alone, get...

Tip vouchers dumped

By Kate Taylor The idea to give ratepayers a free tip voucher in with their rates notices has been dumped by council. Voted on at...