Development denied

By Lachlan Ellis Council has rejected plans for a development which would have included 75 dwellings and a “super-lot for future high-density housing”. To read the...

Postcodes may change

By Lachlan Ellis Council has approved the beginning of a consultation process with the end goal of adjusting the boundaries between Pentland Hills and Bacchus...

Curfew on cats’ approaches

A new cat curfew in Moorabool will come into force next month (1 July), with Council reminding cat owners to confine their moggies to...

The perfect storm

By Lachlan Ellis Strong winds have brought trees down, cut power, and damaged homes across Victoria – and Moorabool was not spared. To read the full...

Jab hub ‘ab fab’

By Lachlan Ellis Travel and wait times to receive a COVID vaccine have been greatly reduced with a new hub opened in Moorabool. To read the...

Failed to vote? Time to pay

A stern reminder has been issued by the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC), urging Victorians with outstanding non-voting fines from the 2020 local council elections...

Five tips for mouse control on farms

When was the last time you reviewed your mice management? Here are five tips for mouse control on farms from the Grains Research and Development...

Park that thought

By Lachlan Ellis The deadline is up for feedback on the Moorabool Car Parking Study, and while work is underway on a draft, there will...

Program puts youth on the road

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) Zac Purcell was desperate to help his Nan make her chemotherapy appointments in Ballarat, but the 18-year-old...

State receives part pet fees

By Bianca Roberts (Intern 3rd Year Melb Uni) The Victorian Government receives four dollars from every pet registration fee paid to councils — but where...