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Council provides Christmas trees for first time in 4 towns

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… in Bacchus Marsh, Ballan, Blackwood and Gordon. For the first time in its history, Moorabool Council is...

Bling birthdays back by popular demand in Bacchus Marsh

After an overwhelming response, a Bacchus Marsh woman is offering free 10-minute ‘bling’ sessions to children with birthdays affected by COVID19. Sheree Mayfosh from Dancewear...

Grants up for grabs to entertain Bacchus Marsh

The Bacchus Marsh Community (Bendigo) Bank is offering ‘entertainment grants’ to kickstart shopping and dining in the region as COVID19 restrictions ease. Manager Ian Prince...

Moorabool’s first Pug-o-ween this Saturday

Halloween not your thing?  How about Pug-o-ween this weekend? The worldwide phenomenon has come to Moorabool – with the first informal get-together of Pugs and other...

Moorabool libraries re-open for browsing from today

Is that massive stack of borrowed books and DVDs gathering dust on your coffee table? From this week you can return to libraries across Moorabool...

Bacchus Marsh identity Paul Carey passes, aged 87

Bacchus Marsh sporting and business identity Paul Carey is being remembered as a caring soul who gave genuine friendship and was devoted to his...

A vote for Julia is a vote for jobs & our beautiful Shire

ADVERTORIAL Are you wondering about employment in the wake of COVID19? What about the destruction of the Moorabool landscape and environment we came here to...

East Moorabool candidate welcomes Bacchus Marsh rec centre & pool

ADVERTORIAL If you wanted proof that Moorabool was finally getting its very first public indoor pool - well, here it is. This sign went up...

John Keogh: experience, arts, tourism & jobs for our youth

ADVERTORIAL If you’ve lived in the Moorabool Shire for a while, John Keogh is a name you’ll know. The quiet achiever is a retired engineer with...

Lockdown-friendly drive-in night coming to Greendale

Circle Friday November 20 in the calendar – the Greendale drive-in is back! After eight years, the regular event is being revived – and half...

COVID19 and lockdown have taken the world to strange and whimsical new place: Spoonville

The idea of decorating wooden spoons and creating familiar or fantastic new characters began in the Berkshire village of Winnersh. A local woman wanted to...

Lal Lal locals get their library back

Lal Lal locals have come up with a novel way of borrowing books… and jigsaws… and magazines.. and DVDs. They’ve created their own street library. The...

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