Ninja Max represents Marsh

By Meg Kennedy A young Bacchus Marsh landscaper will compete for this year’s title of Australia’s Ninja Warrior, with his episode set to air on...

Defence requests more time

By Meg Kennedy A Darley man who allegedly imprisoned, assaulted and repeatedly raped a woman he met online reappeared before the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court in...

Non complying application gets a splash of cash

By Helen Tatchell Three Moorabool councillors have voted successfully to redirect funds to a community event grant application that did not comply under council’s criteria. The...

BP proposal after Bunnings booted

By Helen Tatchell Two new service stations could become bookends at Maddingley and Bacchus Marsh with proposed planning permit applications submitted to Moorabool Shire Council. The...

Rally for the valley

By Meg Kennedy When you need the big red fire truck you call Triple-000 and more than likely a volunteer from the local CFA will...

Repeat offender given one more chance

By Caitlin Bewley (2nd Yr Swinburne Uni) Continuous unlicensed driving charges is why a man appeared before Magistrate Gregory Robinson in the Bacchus Marsh Magistrate’s court...

Come on the journey with Jack

By Meg Kennedy Less than a year ago Jack Tyter was just like any other eight-year old little boy. After complaining of a headache, Jack...

State parks set to go National

By Meg Kennedy A proposed national park has caused a fiery rift in the community, following the recent public release of the Victorian Environmental Assessment...

Awards for locals

By Helen Tatchell Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the best business of them all? Yes, nominations are now open for the third bi-annual Business...

Edible black gold

By Meg Kennedy Wintertime may not be the season most look forward to, but for two local sisters it’s the most exciting time of year...