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Black Saturday on our doorstep

By Caitlin Bewley (3rd Yr Swinburne Uni) “Coimadai during fire season, is like a box of firecrackers ready to go off, and now someone wants to...

Planning to prepare and protect

By Helen Tatchell “If we stand together, we have a better chance to succeed.” That is the positive message the now officially named Moorabool and Central...

More questions than answers

By Helen Tatchell The first of six online community sessions have been hosted by AusNet Services, and they are encouraging the community to let them...

Councils unite

By Lachlan Ellis (3rd Yr Deakin Uni) One for all, all for one. That is what three Councils are doing as they join forces to unite...

Best outcome must be for all

By Helen Tatchell “Green energy should be transported in a green way,” Moorabool Mayor David Edwards has said. In a video on Councils social media page,...

AusNet have their say

By Helen Tatchell “No route has been decided, we’re right at the start of our investigation process,” an AusNet Services spokesperson has told the Moorabool...

Lock your gate and, “we’ll see you in court”

By Helen Tatchell Nathan Lidgett has a simple message to landowners – DO NOT SIGN and allow access to your property. “Lock your gate,” he said. Mr...

Highlands not pylons

By Kate Taylor Archie Conroy is fighting for his Central Highlands farm, for his son’s future, for his retirement – and he’s fighting against going...

It’s the vibe, it’s justice

By Helen Tatchell This is the Curry family, and this is their story. Back in the 1960s, their father purchased a ‘holiday’ shack in Gordon and...

“We can’t stop it” – Settle MP

By Helen Tatchell The message, “this is not a State Government project”, is not what the crowd at Myrniong really wanted to hear from their...