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Car roll over on Western HWY

By Jessica Howard A 24-year-old man was flown to hospital with serious head injuries last night after his vehicle flipped on its roof on the...
Kristie Seketa – MSC Regional Library Officer with the new look library van. Photo – Helen Tatchell

New book look

By Jessica Howard Moorabool’s rural library van is sporting a colourful new look. The mobile library service was recently rebranded with an external paint job by...
SAFER THAN IT WAS – Fundraiser facilitator for the Recreation Reseve Lori Conroy and three of her six children (L-R) Judd, Jordi and Jhett with the new bark, making the playground safer until a new facility is purchased. Photo – Helen Tatchell

Making it safe to play

By Jessica Howard The Ballan community have dug deep into their pockets to help fund a revamp of the old recreation reserve playground. Ballan resident, Lori...
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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...
Bacchus Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital

Hubba Bubba’s

By Jessica Howard It took less than 24-hours for five bundles of joy to arrive into the world last month. Bacchus Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital...

Spectacular!

By Helen Tatchell It was a steam rail spectacular throughout Moorabool, even if the wait was two and a half hours for a two and...

An example of a good bloke

By Helen Tatchell For he’s a jolly good fellow, for he’s a jolly good fellow…., actually he is a Paul Harris Fellow. Senior Constable Jim Ross...

Halletts ramps on the way

By Kate Taylor Work has begun on the new access ramps to and from the freeway at Bacchus Marsh. The project has been a long time...

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,...

Born again bikes

By Kate Taylor It’s a morning so cold that you can see the fog of your breath before you and still, the chink of a...