As COVID-19 lockdown measures have changed the way we live our lives, small businesses in the Macedon Ranges have had to digitally adapt to survive. Read the full article here.
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Call to jump-start electric vehicle industry
An environmental organisation in the Macedon Ranges has slammed the state and federal government’s lack of incentives for Australians wishing to transition to electric vehicles. Read the full story here.
Wait for NBN reconnection
Woodend resident Carsten Voss had to get creative to keep his business ticking after storm damage uprooted a tree and disconnected his NBN service last month. Read the full article here.
Injunction ruled out
Hume council will not seek a legal injunction to prevent Hi-Quality from developing its facility in Bulla as it prepares to accept toxic spoil from the West Gate Tunnel Project. Read the full story here.
Gisborne eyes promotion
Attitude through adversity has been the focus of Gisborne Soccer Club coach Danny Moore, as his side challenges for promotion in state league 4. Read the full article here.
Trauma of forced adoption still raw
Woodend resident Robyn Flanagan was 17-years-old when her twin daughters were taken from her in 1972. At that time, children born out of wedlock were regularly considered illegitimate and their mothers deemed unfit to raise them. Ms Flanagan said as her family became aware of… Read More
Thank you, Bong Su
The second installment in my series of true Brunswick love stories. This time: An Asian elephant, two zoo keepers, and the 70s. Read the full article here.
Just the three of us
The first in a series of true love stories to have taken place in Brunswick. Read the full article here.
Seafood industry launches first nationwide ad campaign to recover from COVID-19 downturn
Hit early and hit hard by the pandemic, Australia’s seafood industry hopes a new marketing campaign will help fill the void by increasing domestic consumption. The Great Australian Seafood brand intends to give Australians a fresh perspective on the industry, with the tagline “easy as”… Read More
Book Week a community event
St. Aloysius Catholic Primary School Queenscliff has found an innovative way to celebrate Book Week and bring the community together. The primary school usually hosts its Book Week within the school grounds, but this year the students will take their costumes on a Book Week… Read More