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Donation celebration

Dozens of couples signed up to give “the greatest gift” at the Utsav Malayalee Samaj’s 10th anniversary celebrations last week. Utsav has members from Caroline...

Black is back in Ballan

Ballan’s Black Nite Black Lite festival began with a few women toiling away in a broom closet. Now thousands of visitors are expected to flock...

Sprinting into history

The Myrniong Historic Car Sprint is racing toward its 16th year. Featuring vintage and historic racing cars dating back to the early 20th century, the...

Ballan totally mad for autumn

Ballan was nearly cleaned out of Mad Hatter tea party costumes and accessories in the lead-up to the town’s autumn festivities. The annual Ballan Autumn...

Djerriwarrh fun for all

The Djerriwarrh Festival turned on the fun for Melton families at the weekend. The annual festival attracted thousands of people to the Melton Recreation Reserve...

Party time for Melton

Thousands are expected at the Djerriwarrh Festival in Melton this weekend to enjoy a jam-packed line-up of activities. About 35,000 people are expected to enjoy...

Tasty times in Eynesbury

Lovers of the finer things in life are being invited to feast on the west’s best produce at Eynesbury Homestead later this month. The historic...

Living the dream

Calling all dreamers! Organisers of the annual Melton South Dream Big festival need volunteers to help plan and deliver the popular community event. Local arts, culture,...

Moorabool’s festival of words

Bookworms, literary geniuses and famous authors will descend on Bacchus Marsh this weekend. The inaugural Moorabool Festival of Stories will showcase the shire’s “rich storytelling...

Ballan Autumn Festival: Ye olde fun from days of yore

Put up the parasols and straighten those laces – Ballan will be transported back to the 1800s for some old-fashioned family fun this month. This...

Celebrate our seniors at Victorian Seniors Festival

When Carole Doyle retired in 2000, she never planned to idly sit around. The 68-year-old says she’s always enjoyed being involved with the community, meeting...

Inaugural Bacchus Marsh makers market

Bacchus Marsh’s artists and crafties will have the chance to showcase their creations at the town’s inaugural Maker’s Market. The new market will be unveiled...

Dream Big Festival kicks off in Melton South next month

A two-day festival celebrating “big dreams” and promoting good mental health will kick off in Melton South next month. The Dream Big Festival, co-ordinated by...

Stellar line-up set for Melton council’s inaugural literary festival

Budding writers and bookworms can get into the minds of their favourite authors at Melton council’s inaugural literary festival. A range of events will include...

Countdown to festival begins

Victorians are being invited to “escape to the country and experience the diversity of Moorabool” during the autumn harvest. Stallholders and local producers are getting...

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Georgies out

Caroline Springs George Cross’ Australia Cup campaign came to an end on Wednesday night. The team was aiming to win through to the national stage...

Criminal age lifted