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President Bacchus Marsh RSL Cherrison Lawton at the memorial seat that depicts Rupert Moon VC, Kathleen Rogers and William West MM and was designed by Mark Gilliland (left); constructed and donated by (right) Mick Horan (Rossco Engineering) Photo – Helen Tatchell

Never to be forgotten

By Helen Tatchell Michael Madden is the Author of ‘The Victoria Cross - Australia Remembers’ book. A unique coffee table compilation comprising of all 96...

You can help with a better traffic flow

By Jessica Howard Bacchus Marsh will be another step closer to having better traffic flow, with Council set to undertake a Local Area Traffic Management...

Send an ‘old fashioned’ message

By Carol Saffer In these times of Instagram and Facebook posts the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh is testing the hard-copy nostalgia market selling a...
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It costs to cross safely

By Kate Taylor School crossing supervisors will continue in Moorabool, but there may be a new road to funding. Currently, the supervisor program is paid...

Remains of missing man found in car

By Jessica Howard & Helen Tatchell The remains of missing man Brian Andrews have been found nearly 10-months after he was last seen at his Inglis...
New mum Brooke Grey and baby Zoey with Mayor Edwards at the new Maternal Health area inside the hub. Photo - Helen Tatchell

Award for early years facility

By Jessica Howard It’s been just three months since the Darley Early Years Hub opened its doors, but the local community centre has already taken...
L - R: Cr. Dudzik, Cr. Bingham and Cr. Keogh

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe … Which two councillors have come to blows?

By Kate Taylor A monitor has been appointed to Moorabool Shire Council, and the ratepayer is footing the bill. Unlike nearby councils plagued by...
The Lerderderg River has cut a 300 metre deep gorge through sandstone and slate, almost bisecting the park. Photo - Helen Tatchell

Near death at gorge

By Jessica Howard A Bacchus Marsh man is lucky to be alive after jumping feet first into a river at the Lerderderg Gorge and becoming...

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...
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Police detective framed

By Kate Taylor A portrait of former Moorabool resident Kevin Carson has been entered in the 2017 Archibald Prize. Detective Sergeant Carson, who recently moved from...