Five teams will compete in the A-Grade competition of the Seymour District Cricket Association for 2019-20. The two A-Grade matches for this saturday (Oct. 5) are: Kilmore v Eastern Hill Yea Tigers: Bye Tallarook v Broadford The B-Grade competition also commences this weekend, with a local derby between the Yea Tigers and Alexandra to be
Archives for September 2019
The Whittlesea Agricultural Society held a special day – ‘Restoration Journey’ – today (Sunday). Here’s a sneak peek of our photo feature page in this week’s Local Paper.
PHELPS – Robert “Rocky” 12.02.1951 – 25.09.2019 Beloved husband of Sue. Loved father of Priscilla, Emily and Brett, Tim, Melinda, Andrew and Ben. Adoring Rocky of Hamish and Josh. Your memories and stories will be with us forever. PHELPS, – A Service celebrating Rocky’s life will be held on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 at 11.00
It’s been a big AFL Grand Final Day – and night – across the Murrindindi region. The Local Paper photographer spent happy times with locals across the region. More photos in this week’s Local Paper.
Indi MHR Helen Haines will be in Kinglake on Monday (Sept. 30) to attend the National Police Remembrance Day Service being held from 11am-12.30pm at St Peter’s WWI Memorial Church, Cnr Bald Spur and Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake Dr Haines will also visit Ellimatta Youth, 94 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake, at approx. 12.45pm.
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Murrindindi Shire Council has this week announced the outside organisations that will deliver aged and disability services to local residents from January 1. Not-for-profit providers Nexus Primary Health and Menzies Support Services will Mayor Cr Sandice Mc-Aulay said that this decision has come at the end of a long process of consultation and discussion with
Yea identity Howard Purcell celebrated his 80th birthday on Sunday (Sept. 22). The Local Paper photographer was invited to capture the celebrations.
Beaufort Manor was the venue for the Yea Football-Netball Club presentations on Saturday night (Sept. 21): D-GRADE NETBALL Best and Fairest: Abby Christie Runner-up: Kim Slavin Coaches award: Caitlyn Broderick C-GRADE NETBALL Best and Fairest: Chelsea Helder Runner-up: Molly Jarvie Coaches award: Kathleen Alldrick B-GRADE NETBALL Best and Fairest: Cindy Hayes Runner-up: Lauren Cronk Coaches
Big crowd numbers have been recorded at the Yea Garden Expo held at the Yea Saleyards. The event is organised by members of the Rotary Club of Yea.