MELTON | MOORABOOL

Six arrested for Tobacco import

Six north-western suburbs men including one from Fraser Rise have been charged for allegedly trying to import 10 million illicit cigarettes into Victoria after...

Hub to help locals

Locals will soon have direct access to government services at the upcoming Hawke government services hub. The event is designed to help residents in Hawke...

Tragic loss leads to lesson

Caroline Springs Football Club was celebrated at the annual Good Sports Awards at Parliament House in Canberra, named runner-up for Good Sports National Safe...

Schools encouraged to help create more green spaces

Schools across Greater Western Water’s (GWW) service area, including Melton and Moorabool, are invited to get involved in this year’s Trees for Schools program...

CFA proud to continue supporting the Good Friday Appeal in 2024

Easter is just around the corner, which means CFA volunteers, including those in Melton and Moorabool, are about to hit Victorian streets and rattle tins...

Fire ban for Wyndham on Wednesday

A Total Fire Ban has been declared in Wyndham and many other parts of Victoria for Wednesday due to catastrophic weather conditions being forecast....

Fatal collision in Mount Cottrell

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal collision in Mount Cottrell on Tuesday, February 27. It’s believed a Holden Commodore and a Holden Cruz...

Disappointing end for Bacchus

It was a disappointing straight sets exit for Bacchus Marsh in the Bowls Victoria weekend pennant, division 2, section 1 competition. After coming back down...

Local derby grand final

It’s all set up for a local derby in the Gisborne and District Cricket Association women’s grand final. Darley and Bacchus Marsh will face it...

Falcons back in big dance

Caroline Springs is through to its third straight Victorian Turf Cricket Association women’s grand final. The Falcons defeated Aberfeldie on Sunday to book their...

Mustangs through to decider

Melton has ticked off step one of two in its quest for the Bowls Victoria weekend pennant division 2, section 2 title. After losing the...

Devils being hunted

The hunters of the Ballarat Football League have become the hunted and Darley is ready to embrace the pressure that comes with it. After...

Logarzo back in green and gold

Western United’s Chloe Logarzo is back in the Matildas squad after being called up by Tony Gustavsson for the upcoming Olympic qualifiers against Uzbekistan. It...

Orthotropics – early intervention orthodontics for growing jaws

Orthotropics is the discipline of developing correct growth in children via non-invasive means. The ideal age for patients to start treatment is between 3-6...

Life. Unlimited.

At Lifestyle Communities, we believe in life without restrictions. One with the freedom to do the things you love, and the confidence to be...

Doctor Bill Crawford loves his patients and his work

Doctor Bill Crawford is the senior associate dentist at Main Street Dental Practice Bacchus Marsh. Bill has an abundance of experience and knowledge, that’s why...

Treat hospitality staff with respect

Summer can be a great time for dining out, but it can be a hetic and difficult time for Melton and Moorabool residents working...

Spruce up your outdoor living areas

As we approach the warmer months and the summer festive season in Melton and Moorabool, you may notice that your outdoor area is looking...

Leap Real Estate offers a lifestyle win for renters

In an overdue win for renters, one Melbourne based real estate agency is giving families the opportunity to enhance their lifestyle and lower the...

Action needed on ’nasty’ road

Brimbank council will advocate for the safety of Taylors Road to be managed by the state goverment to avoid further accidents and fatalities. Council will...

Call to fund inquiry recommendations

The state government has tabled its response to a three-year-old inquiry in homelessness in Victoria, as Melton council experiments with a new program to...

Making Melton and Moorabool beautiful

Clean Up Australia is calling on all Australians to join with their local communities and take more immediate action by registering now for Clean...

‘Persistent abuse’ in support sector

The Office of the Public Advocate (OPA) released its community visitors annual report, reporting an overall increase in abuse, neglect and violence for the...

Defamation case funding questioned

Victorian opposition leader John Pesutto has answered calls to release funding details of his upcoming court case against former Liberal MP Moira Deeming, pledging...

WRL court verdict goes to appeal

The Regional Victoria Power Alliance (RVPA) has submitted an application to appeal the verdict handed down by the Supreme Court late last year relating...

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Disappointing end for Bacchus

It was a disappointing straight sets exit for Bacchus Marsh in the Bowls Victoria weekend pennant, division 2, section 1 competition. After coming back down...