WD Bulletin

The WD Bulletin is produced to accompany its main publication The Warrandyte Diary.

WD Bulletin exists to engage and inform our readers on the issues that cannot wait until the end of the month.

It is written with the same passion, community spirit and sense of place as you would expect in the Warrandyte Diary.

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WD Bulletin is supported by a grant from the Australian Communications and Media Authorities, Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund

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This project received grant funding from the Australian Government, through the Australian Communications and Media Authority, under the Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund.

February 2021’s advertising and editorial deadline:
WEDNESDAY, February 17, 2021



Read our latest online content

  • Construction to commence on Fitzsimons Lane intersections
    DESPITE COMMUNITY objection, work is about to commence on redevelopment of the “Eltham Gateway”, the intersection of Fitzsimons Lane with […]
  • Recycling goes up in smoke
    RESIDENTS of Research received a lesson in the dangers of not properly disposing of their waste and recycling when they […]
  • Chock-full of chooks
    FOR THE LAST six months, Eltham local, Joan Denison has been using her passion for art to spread joy throughout […]
  • Running into 2021
    WARRANDYTE’S celebrated community running event, Run Warrandyte, is toeing the line for a celebration of sport, health, and community as […]
  • Soul food: Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald new collaborative project
    DIARY REPORTER STEPHANIE CARAGLANIS recently sat down with Josh Teskey to discuss his new 8-Track Blues project with Ash Grunwald. […]
  • Shopping centres shuttered
    OUR ONCE bustling shopping centres now resemble museums to commercialism — shop shutters locked in place, and lights dimmed.While we […]
  • On the campaign trail
    CAMPAIGNING for the 2020 Local Elections has begun and, as we go to print, we are approaching the end of […]
  • Saving Gooligulch
    MANNINGHAM COUNCIL has responded to an outcry from Wonga Park residents around the redevelopment of the historic Golligulch Playground. Council […]

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