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Archives for August 2020

MURRINDINDI: Woman dies in Black Spur tragedy

A woman died after a tree fell on a vehicle in Fernshaw, between Narbethong and Healesville, on Thursday evening (Aug. 27). Police say that it is believed that a utility was travelling along the Maroondah Hwy when it was struck by a falling tree about 6.50pm. The front passenger, a 36-year-old Parkdale woman, sadly died

NILLUMBIK: Councillor resigns

Nillumbik Shire Council announces the resignation, effective immediately, of Swipers Gully Ward Councillor Bruce Ranken. Cr Ranken was elected to Council in October 2016, as the representative for Swipers Gully Ward and in that time he has served as Deputy Mayor (2018-19) and as chair on a number of Council committees. Most recently he has

MURRINDINDI: Emergency crews at Fernshaw

Emergency crews have been at Fernshaw, on the south side of Dom Dom Saddle, attending to a road incident. Emergency Victoria reports on an alert of person/s trapped in a vehicle. Social media reports indicate that a tree may have fallen on a car. There are a number of trees down along the Maroondah Hwy

OUT NOW. Latest Issue: Wed., Aug. 26, 2020

Read the latest issue of The Local Paper. Out now, free, at hundreds of local outlets. Or read free online. The Local Paper – Regional Edition Part A: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy200826z The Local Paper – Regional Edition Part B (Trader) – https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpt200701z The Local Paper – Lilydale and Yarra Valley Express Edition: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpv200826z The Local Paper –

NORTH: Collingwood link to wanted man Daniel

Police continue to appeal for public assistance to help locate Daniel Harrison. A warrant has been issued for the 36-year-old’s arrest for handle stolen goods and drug offences committed in Dromana. He is known to frequent the Collingwood, East Melbourne, Toorak, Seaford, Mt Waverley, Southbank and Melbourne CBD areas. Investigators have released an images of

MONASH: VCAT case strick out

A Tribunal proceeding between Huntingdale Estate Nominees Pty Ltd and Monash City Council regarding land at 1221- 1249 Centre Rd, Oakleigh East, has been struck out because the action was seen to be “misconceived”. Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal member Michelle Blackburn said that neither party need attend a hearing which had been set down

WEST: Adelaide is missing from Melton

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missingwoman Adelaide Burung. The 28-year-old was last seen in Bakery Square, Melton, about 2pm on August 18. Police and family hold concerns for Adelaide’s welfare as she has a medical condition. She is confident in using public transport and has been known to frequent the Melton,

BRIMBANK: 5 arrested after car chase

It was a wild night in Melbourne’s west with Police arresting five offenders on the hop for an aggravated burglary. This was whilst they were on their way to pick up an offender who was part of a trio arrested for ramming police in a Kluger bearing stolen plates. The series of events kicked off

MITCHELL: Self-storage burglary at Seymour

Mitchell Crime Investigation Unit detectives are investigating a burglary at a self-storage unit in Seymour last month. Police believe two men, aged between 20 and 30 years, jumped the security entrance gate at the Wimble Street self-storage unit around 4am on July 25. One of the men used large metal bolt cutters to get the

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