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Transmission Lines the ‘S*** Sandwich’ of Renewable Energy Jobs for regions, economic benefits of regions, cheaper power for the city, yes, we have heard it all. To read the full story - Simply click on the following link and flip through...
By Helen Tatchell She is 16-years old, lives on an 800-acre property at Myrniong, and her heritage dates back six generations. Annabel Muir has a clear message about the above ground high voltage transmission lines proposed to run through her family’s...
Dear Editor, Federal and State governments have contributed vast sums of money to help people and businesses that experience hardship due to Covid-19. Council have a general hardship system in place, so why has council voted for an increase in...
Dear Editor, Could someone please point out to Cr Dudzik that Bacchus Marsh isn’t the only town in Moorabool Shire? Her comments regarding the budget (MNews 21 July), suggests there is nowhere else in the Shire. To read the full story -...

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Dear Editor, Windfarm Power Line In the 1980s the Victorian Government, through the State Electricity Commission (SEC), decided to upgrade the Newport Power station. This project required an above ground 330 kV high voltage power transmission line to deliver energy to...
Dear Editor, Something is happening in Australia and I’m not sure I like it. Progress? I doubt it. A backwards step? Definitely. My phone rings all day. People who I have never meet and I definitely haven’t given anyone authority...
Dear Editor, With the Moorabool Shire Council calling for more comment and opinion on the proposed cat curfew, an article in the Herald Sun (Sat 23 May), seems very relevant. Research by the CSIRO showed PET CATS that are allowed...
Dear Editor, As a Bacchus Marsh resident, it is no surprise that I oppose the state government’s plan to dump toxic waste in my area. No one wants to risk their community by allowing hazardous waste into its air and...
Dear Editor, Due to the fact that the state government, Transurban and Maddingley Brown Coal have failed to consult with the local population in relation to the release of PFAS levels and have not permitted an independent science based study...
Dear Editor, The Ballan and Gordon police members would like to thank the local community for their kind thoughts, cards, flowers and blue ribbons in relation to the recent tragic deaths of four police members in a Melbourne road accident. We...

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