Bec hits the wall

From the hills of Warrandyte to the Great Wall of China, local fitness femme BEC ROSTRON completed a marathon from […]

Things to do these school holidays in Warrandyte and surrounds

Stuck for ideas these school holidays? We’ve put our heads together in the Diary office and also asked friends of […]

June 2015

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Break-ins on the rise

WARRANDYTE police and Manningham Crime Investigation Unit (CIU) are urging residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity after […]

Traffic report due in August

TRAFFIC modelling of the Warrandyte Bridge road network will be conducted and a report handed down by the end of […]

Blacksmith’s Hut moves

ONLOOKERS outside the Old Post Office Museum recently were amazed to see a trailer, loaded with a dismantled building, being […]

Free food and a big heart

WHEN Judith Lightfoot read about a laneway in Ballarat where food is free to anyone who wants it, she thought, […]

Chasing Chastity

IF anyone’s heard a cheerful “N’awlins” accent around Warrandyte recently, chances are you’ve bumped into the community’s latest sporting import. […]

The camel’s kiss

PETE’S jaw dropped mid-sentence as the inquisitive creature’s foul-smelling breath intruded on the deliciously rich, earthy outback air. “Quickly!” he […]

Olivigna applies for helipad in Warrandyte

AN application for a proposed helipad at Olivigna in South Warrandyte is being considered by Manningham council. The helipad will […]

VIDEO: Turning dryers into fires

The Diary’s new Around the home series meets avid repurposer, Andrew Driscoll. Andrew welcomes us into his fascinating workspace where he […]

May 2015

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Casey’s on the pace

CURRENTLY playing only his second season of representative basketball, Casey DeWacht’s selection in the Victorian Under 16 Men’s side may […]

Traffic gridlock

THE traffic congestion at Warrandyte Bridge has been a growing point of contention for Warrandyte locals with queues of cars […]

Great wall of Warrandyte

IN the April edition of the Diary, we outlined the intentions and goals of the Warrandyte Community Association’s recent project, […]

Do we have drug problems?

A LARGE drug bust in Warrandyte and conviction of a local man late last year has shone a spotlight on […]

Life of drama and dance

YVONNE Reid is a woman of considerable presence. Dressed in black she welcomes the Diary into her rather spectacular stone-built […]

What’s on in Warrandyte – Five for Friday

Warrandyte is getting a taste of wintry weather – 16-degrees four days in a row and rain forecast. What to […]

Diggers, we remember you – a beautiful ANZAC Day march and service

AN enormous turnout of locals paid their respects to our fallen with a special Centenary Dawn Service at Stiggants Reserve […]

What’s on in Warrandyte – Five For Friday

Another home game for the Bloods, ANZAC Day activities and some rip-roaring entertainment. Why wouldn’t you wanna be in Warrandyte […]