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 […]

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 […]