The first of many tentative steps

VICTORIAN PREMIER Daniel Andrews today announced some restrictions would be eased as of 11:59pm on Tuesday, May 12. Following a […]

New ward structure for Manningham Council

MANNINGHAM COUNCIL will have nine wards, instead of three, at the next local election. Manningham Council announced the changes today, […]

Further tax update on working from home

WE ARE ALL living in a period of great uncertainty. There is a barrage of, almost daily, statements and articles […]

Remembering our Anzacs, as a community

This year on Anzac Day, the marching, the bagpipes, the veterans, the crowds and the choir were notably absent from […]

Run an Ultramarathon at home

IN MID APRIL, North Warrandyte resident Michelle Chan set out to complete a home isolation ultra-marathon — which is a […]

Jumping Creek Road works commence

TRAVELLERS between Wonga Park and Warrandyte now have an extra 10km added to their journey times as the first stage […]

Helping our most vulnerable and marginalised

Doncare is particularly concerned about the vulnerable members in our community and people who are now being impacted financially, socially […]

CFA still there for community

In these crazy and weird times that is COVID-19, many organisations and businesses are finding ways to adapt and remain […]

Council services impacted by COVID-19

WITH COVID-19 causing many disruptions to daily life, as we all try to “flatten the curve”, local councils still need […]

Connecting with our artists in a disconnected world

THE ARTISTS of the Nillumbik Artist Open Studios program are taking their studios online. The artists originally planned to open […]

Stand apart but together for our Anzacs

Photo: Bill McAuley IN THIS EVER-CHANGING climate of uncertainty, social distancing and working from home I would like to remind […]

Emotional Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic

AS WE ARE FACED with increasing boundaries in our normal day to day life and as isolation and social distancing […]

WCC’s Under 18s Grand Final thriller

Photo courtesy Warrandyte Cricket Club Facebook page THE MIRACLE on Grass had nothing on the ending of the Under 18 […]

A Warrandyte swimming hole odyssey

Photo: BILL SANDEL AS KIDS, DURING the summer months, back in the 50s and 60s, our life was defined by […]

Heavy fines for breaching restrictions

PEOPLE ACROSS the State are waking up to the new reality of even tougher physical distancing restrictions. Stage 3 restrictions […]

Exercise like no one is watching

WOMEN ARE constantly bombarded with imagery of women with so-called “perfect” bodies working out without even breaking a sweat. It […]

Could your heart hold your answers?

HAVE YOU ever given thought to when we talk about emotions, why we talk about our heart so much more […]

Getting behind Our Hall

NOT MANY people are aware that the Mechanics’ Institute Hall is a true community asset, it belongs to anyone, and […]

Register your pool or spa by June 1, 2020

THE VICTORIAN Government has introduced Building Amendment (Swimming Pool and Spa) Regulations 2019, which took effect from  last December. This […]

Eltham Gateway trees remain under threat

THE CLASH between utilitarian necessity, and community and environmental amenity is all too familiar to many residents of Warrandyte and […]