Our Ambassador

A champion of multiculturalism and inclusiveness has been named as Moorabool’s Australia Day Ambassador, and will visit the Australia Day celebrations at the Bacchus...

Traffic plan gets green light

Council has endorsed a new plan to improve traffic management and road safety in Darley, with the final map made available to the public. The...

Pacer has spirit

By Michael Howard (HRV) Bendigo Pacing Cup It could be another TAB Summer of Glory to remember for Belinda McCarthy’s powerful stable after Spirit Of...

Memorial for all

By Lachlan Ellis Fundraising continues for a striking new monument to honour Bacchus Marsh’s veterans, including a High Tea to be held this month. The Resting...

Does Council culture need to improve?

The Local Government sector and community members are invited to have their say on the Local Government Culture Project Discussion Paper. The Andrews Labor Government...

Lights signify season’s greetings

By Helen Tatchell The Griswold’s are well known for their Christmas light displays in a 1989 movie however, one local business owner has taken out...

Breeding facility not ‘paws-ible’

By Lachlan Ellis Council has voted against a second application for a dog breeding facility in Greendale, with multiple objectors complaining of incessant noise from...

Make bike riding a long-term trend

Over the last two years there has been a boom in bike riding and there is a call to keep the wheels turning. RACV is...

Logging plans threaten koalas

By Lachlan Ellis Plans to harvest a local blue gum plantation have environmentalists concerned over the removal of koala habitat, despite plans to mitigate the...

Lucky number seven for subdivision

By Lachlan Ellis Seven is a lucky number for some, and after another approval at Council, a Gordon landowner will get a seventh permit to...