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. […]

Warrandyte Fire Brigade ready to roll

WARRANDYTE FIRE Brigade is rolling out of the station with a shiny new Field Command Vehicle (FCV), thanks to some […]

Words of wisdom from the river

LOCKDOWN had taken its toll. Starved of words and stories but definitely not starved of calories, I found my letter […]

50 years of Warrandyte Diary

AS THE DIARY celebrates its 50th birthday, we spoke with those who were there at the beginning. Founding Editor Cliff […]

Clifford Green OAM: December 6, 1934 – December 4, 2020

IT IS WITH sadness that Warrandyte Diary marks the passing of our Founding Editor, Cliff Green. Cliff established Warrandyte Diary […]

ISO mountain bike trails and tribulations

A YEAR OF ISO and a year of discovering the local mountain bike trails. Warrandyte Mountain Bike Club (MTB3113) members […]

Wild women

Two women THIS STORY BEGINS somewhere around the middle of the last century. One bright, spring day, two women alighted […]

Painting the town red for cystic fibrosis

DID YOU NOTICE an unusual number of walkers and joggers, all dressed in red in Warrandyte on Sunday, 25 October? […]

Getting back on the beers

AFTER SEVEN months of lockdown, the Grand Hotel Warrandyte reopened its doors under the latest stage of COVID-19 restriction easings, […]

Artists and art lovers rejoice

CONFINED TO their studios since March, local artists have not been idle. Artists have spent their time wisely and creatively, […]

Local Elections declared

RESULTS FOR the Manningham and Nillumbik Local Elections are in. With the pandemic forcing a 100 per cent postal election […]

Celebrating community spirit

IF THERE is one thing that the townships of Warrandyte, North Warrandyte, Wonga Park and Park Orchards do well, it […]

Baby steps to COVID Normal

Premier Daniel Andrews has held his much anticipated press conference outlining a relaxation of COVID restriction. From 11:59pm tonight, the […]

Fire season approaching — are you ready?

WITH A WET September seeing Warrandyte’s verdant gardens bursting with growth, compounded by COVID-19 travel restrictions and the closure of […]

Deer session provides information but no solution

NILLUMBIK COUNCIL hosted a two-hour online webinar Deer Information Session on September 12 to address the continuing problem of wild […]

Groundhog Day as another truck comes to grief at the bridge

WARRANDYTE bridge was blocked for several hours on Tuesday, September 22, after a semi-trailer rolled on its side at the […]

Running 1,300KM against family violence

By Jaime Noye A group of 20 Warrandyte mums (and one bloke) banded together to run a total of 1,300 […]

You made the tough decision to move on, what now?

By Aaron Farr SEPARATION, divorce, matrimonial settlement. No matter what term you use, taking the huge step to leave your […]

A walk into Warrandyte’s history

MANNINGHAM CITY Council and Warrandyte Historical Society have installed another four historical plaques highlighting the rich history of the township. […]

Shopping centres shuttered

OUR ONCE bustling shopping centres now resemble museums to commercialism — shop shutters locked in place, and lights dimmed.While we […]