Local Heroes

OUR LOCAL Country Fire Authority (CFA) brigades have been working tirelessly over what has turned out to be a very […]

Bridge and traffic issues continue

THERE ARE several continuing issues concerning the bridge, its surrounds and heavy traffic and the Diary will keep you updated […]

A shed amongst the gum trees

MENS’ MENTAL health has a new home in Warrandyte.  Two years in the making, the Warrandyte Men’s Shed held its […]

Storm clean up

Warrandyte was hard hit by Sunday’s hail storm, with hundreds of calls to SES with damage from gold-ball-sized hail to […]

Warrandyte Men’s Shed

Cartoon by Jock Maceish IN MAY 2017, the Diary first reported on Chris “Chewy” Padgham’s efforts to try and establish […]

Bushfires: How can I help?

THE MEDIA COVERAGE around the bushfires currently raging around Australia is as intense and terrifying as the fires themselves — […]

Warrandyte Tennis: it’s a winner!

WARRANDYTE TENNIS Club players faced off in the Club Championship while their very own Tennis Guru, Coach Craig Haslam, was […]

Sunshine, freedom and a little flower

GARDENING IT HAS BEEN a sad month of November as we learn news of the ravaging fires up north and […]

Community Housing saved by people power

COMMUNITY GROUPS scrambled to save Warrandyte’s Emergency Housing in Police Street after the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) […]

Bushfire Scenario shocks community

By DAVID HOGG ABOUT 200 people attended a very clever Bushfire Scenario evening at North Warrandyte Family Centre on November […]

Nillumbik adopts Green Wedge Plan

FOLLOWING extensive community consultation, Nillumbik Shire Council adopted its Green Wedge Management Plan (GWMP) at the Council meeting on November […]

Recognising a selfless occupation

VOLUNTEERING is part of the fabric of Warrandyte. In October the community voted on who they think should be the […]

December 2019

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Business Insyte: Ivory Hearing

Warrandyte Diary profiles the businesses at the heart of our community and the people behind those businesses. This month we […]

Stay in the know tomorrow

THURSDAY, November 21 is going to be hot and windy across Australia. With temperatures staying in the high 20s overnight […]

Every which way you turn

CALLS HAVE resumed for VicRoads to solve the dangerous intersection at Five Ways, where Croydon Road, Brumbys Road and Husseys […]

What goes around comes around

THE REUSE SHOP at Nillumbik’s Recycling and Recovery Centre in Plenty reopened on October 25. In an effort to reduce […]

New Research Pavillion kicks goals

CRICKET AND FOOTBALL in Research has a shiny new home, with the opening of the $3 million Research Park Pavilion. […]

Working with Gen Z – when you a clearly not one!

I am not even fully awake yet and I can feel the glowing rectangles of text burning into the back […]

Be Fire Ready

Protecting your horses from bushfire LIVING IN A bushfire prone area means residents need to think ahead before the bushfire […]