Dan joins Devils

By Todd Whelan Popular Ballarat Football Netball League identity and Hall of Fame inductee Dan Jordan has been appointed coach of Darley for the 2022...

His actions “placed good people at risk of death”

By Helen Tatchell He spent 216 days in custody and after three years of incidents and court appearances, a Bacchus Marsh man has walked free,...

Kiln restoration rejected

By Lachlan Ellis Plans to restore the famous Bacchus Marsh Chicory Kiln have been dropped, due to Heritage Victoria declining to help fund the project. To...

Shadow MPs tour power route

By Lachlan Ellis MPs from the State Opposition have taken part in a two-day tour through communities affected by the Western Victoria Transmission Network Project...

Foster carers needed

Been thinking about becoming a Foster Carer? Not sure what it is all about? Well, now you can watch a six part online video-series,...

“Doing well” on bail

By Lachlan Ellis A bailed Bacchus Marsh teenager has been told to “keep up” his good work, following multiple driving charges issued last month. To read...

The boy is bulletproof

By Tim O’Connor (HRV) Scott Ewen and his connections made the decision this week to bypass the Pryde’s EasiFeed Victoria Cup with warhorse Bulletproof Boy,...

Powerline protest gets fiery

Protestors have gotten fired up, with over 460 landowners lighting bonfires to show their objection to the Western Victoria Transmission Network Project (WVTNP). To read...

Eagles declared minor premiers

By Lachlan Ellis The Gordon Football Club have been named minor premiers, but the achievement is bittersweet, with the Central Highlands Football League (CHFL) finals...

Bottle neck revamp to remove trees and parking spaces

East Ward Councillor David Edwards said he was glad to see the State Government invest in traffic management in Bacchus Marsh but, thought the...