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 […]

Coronavirus: September 13-28

From midnight on September 13, metro Melbourne begins Step 1 of the State Government’s five step plan to get Victoria out of lockdown.

Victoria prepares to vote

UNCERTAINTY around the October Local Council elections has been abated with the Minister for Local Government, Shaun Leane announcing on […]

Bloods see change at the top end

By JOSH HUNTLY WARRANDYTE Football Club is on the hunt for a new Senior Coach and President after Anthony McGregor […]

Artist, Miner & Sapper: Penleigh Boyd

A CALL FROM the Editor of the Warrandyte Diary — startled me. Still in my lockdown slumber, I soon reflected […]

Tribute to Mick Woiwod

Mick Woiwod March 31, 1929 – August 26, 2020   The wattles are in bloom and now it is my […]

The road out is long, stay the course

ON SUNDAY, September 6, Punxsutawney Dan emerged from his burrow in Parliament House and, upon seeing his shadow, announced the numbers […]

A framework for surviving the challenges of COVID-19

By BRIAN SPURRELL THIS MONTH’S article moves away from the customary focus on tax tips and tax information and is […]

Parks closures

The Warrandyte Diary has been informed that Warrandyte State Park visitor sites have been closed due to danger from high […]

Saving Gooligulch

MANNINGHAM COUNCIL has responded to an outcry from Wonga Park residents around the redevelopment of the historic Golligulch Playground. Council […]

Staying apart keeps us together

MELBURNIANS HAVE survived their first full week of Stage 4 Lockdown but there is an extremely long road ahead. At […]

Warrandyte awaits a grand return of the pub

THE GRAND WARRANDYTE’S taps have been switched off since March 23. Warrandyte’s local bar and eatery has not seen a […]

Paintings Reimagined

AS PART OF a craze sweeping the world, students at Warrandyte Primary School have been reimagining famous paintings at home. […]

Lynch trades the pads for the scrubs

Warrandyte local Rachael Lynch will have to wait until July next year to chase her second appearance at the Olympics […]

Podcast weighs in on Teskey Brothers story

MUSHROOM HAS launched its first ever original podcast, 180 Grams, with a six-part rockumentary about Warrandyte’s very own Teskey Brothers. […]

Encouraging women to run for government

GOVERNANCE in many municipalities has long been dominated by male voices. So, there is a drive by the Victorian State […]

Living in COVID-Melbourne: the basics

FOLLOWING days of record high numbers in Victoria, the State Government has taken steps to further restrict movements in an […]

Situation: Isolation

MELBOURNE returns to Stage 3 lockdown from midnight tonight (Wednesday, July 8) for a minimum of six weeks, as authorities […]

End of financial year tax reminders

THIS MONTH’S column draws your attention to a number of issues that may be relevant for you at this time […]