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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...

The grass just got greener

By Helen Tatchell The Grand Slam tennis circuit has a variety of surfaces, including clay, hard, and grass. In Moorabool one club has the Wimbledon...

Council conducting business as usual, sort of

By Kate Taylor For Moorabool residents, being locked-down hasn’t meant being shut-out of council. There have been a lot of changes in recent weeks but overall,...

Youth awards open for nominations

Do you know a young person aged 12 to 25 years that is making a significant contribution to the Moorabool community? The 2019 Moorabool...
Webster Brothers Yard in Graham Street, Bacchus Marsh Photo - Jessica Howard

Fire could be the last straw

By Jessica Howard A 145-year-old house could be one step closer to meeting the wrecking ball following a blaze that swept through the property last...

Scholarship to help with study

By Meg Kennedy A young Moorabool resident has been awarded a scholarship to help pursue commitment to learning. Winter Greet hails from Mollongghip and has commenced...

Local MPs – missing in action

By Kate Taylor Member for Melton Steve McGhie and Member for Buninyong Michaela Settle did not attend the community rally. A spokesperson for Ms Settle’s office...

Pet Show popular at festival

Show winners in photo captions

Can do two things at once

By Kate Taylor Moorabool Shire Council’s Michelle Richards has won the 2017 Australian Local Government Women's Association's Bursary Award. She’s been at council for five years,...

Abbey kicks off ‘World of Difference’ tour

By Meg Kennedy Young Bacchus Marsh business owner Abbey Kick is trading salon clippers for shovels and school supplies. The 24-year old recipient of the 2017...