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 […]

August 2020

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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 […]

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Situation: Isolation

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

July 2020

Download your copy of July 2020 Warrandyte Diary. Click here July Mid-Month WD Bulletin To download your copy of the […]

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 […]

Day set to star on national stage

SOPHIE DAY’S cricketing journey has taken her from Warrandyte cricketer, talented Premier League all-rounder and now to a place among […]

Crashes question road safety

Crashes question road safety By SANDI MILLER   LOCAL TRUCK driver, Stephen Goldsworthy says “enough is enough” after being forced […]

The Story of Stan Bisset

Warrandyte son: hero of Kokoda “I SAT WITH him for six hours — he was quite conscious at times — […]

Lions Park budget revealed as works commence

FOLLOWING our coverage last month of the Lions Park development, the Diary has now received detailed explanation from Angelo Kourambas, […]

Crackdown on community transmission

THE AUSTRALIAN Coronavirus battleground is squarely located in Melbourne. June 22 was meant to bring everyone closer to a state […]

Feedback wanted on Nillumbik Draft Housing Strategy

Nillumbik Shire Council has released a Draft Housing Strategy which will help shape how Council responds to housing needs across […]

June 2020

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Will Coronavirus cure our Affluenza?

AUSTRALIA’S PER CAPITA carbon footprint is usually among the largest in the world, though over the last three months the […]

Community sport receives timely economic support

WARRANDYTE’S COMMUNITY sports clubs have been the recipients of several of the first round of Community Sport Sector COVID-19 Survival […]