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Red for remembrance

By Meg Kennedy A unique memorial has bloomed and is cascading down the front of the Ballan Post Office, creating a unique display for the...

Key in ignition

By Meg Kennedy The idea for a Fiskville Motoring Hub has inched even closer to becoming a reality, as the State Government announced it will...

Safer trek to school

By Helen Tatchell A new footpath leading to a local primary school will see students and families walk and cycle safely to and from Gordon...

Birth of History celebrated

Around 70 life, current and past members gathered earlier this month to celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the formation of the Bacchus Marsh Historical...

Nurse reprimanded for ‘professional misconduct’

By Meg Kennedy Although the former midwife linked to the deaths of three babies at Bacchus Marsh Hospital will never practise again, the pain is...

Learning from veterans

By Meg Kennedy Allan Godfrey was just 17-years old when he fought in World War II, but 80-years later he’s sharing his story with the...

Achieving in agriculture

By Carol Saffer Ballan local business owner Vicki Sher has attended the Women in Agriculture Luncheon at the Royal Melbourne Show for the past five...

A VFL premiership player

By Meg Kennedy Bacchus Marsh may still be celebrating local AFL Eagles player Liam Duggan’s premiership win, but another iconic footy player and former resident...

Sports bonanza

By Helen Tatchell With only one week left of his political career, Geoff Howard has made a significant ‘last hurrah’ announcement for Moorabool, as he...

Local flora a spectacular sight

By Meg Kennedy What unique Australian plant looks straight from the set of Jurassic Park, and was once used to create everything from spears, to...