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Friday, October 23, 2020

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OUT NOW. Latest Issue: Wed., Sep. 9, 2020

Read the latest issue of The Local Paper. Available free from hundreds of outlets. Also read free online: The Local Paper – Regional Edition Part A: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy200909z 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/lpv200909z The Local Paper – Mitchell Shire

ALL CLEAR: It’s OK to use water

“Melbourne Water, South East Water and Yarra Valley Water after consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services, are lifting the Boil Water Advisory issued on Friday (Aug. 28) for all remaining suburbs. The water for all customers is now safe to drink. “Water treatment operations at Melbourne Water’s Silvan Dam have returned to

EAST: Water warning lifted for 15 suburbs

SUNDAY 12 NOON UPDATE The Boiling Water Advisory is being lifted in the following suburbs:BayswaterBelgraveBelgrave HeightsBelgrave SouthBoroniaFerntree GullyKnoxfieldLysterfieldSelbyTecomaThe BasinTremontUpper Ferntree GullyUpweyWantirna

MITCHELL: Temporary pause for ‘Review’

It happens to the best of us! The North Central Review newspaper, published by the Mott family in Wallan-Kilmore-Broadford-Seymour, is pausing publication of that newspaper next week (only). The temporary pause also applies to their Whittlesea Review and (Romsey-Lancefield) Free Press titles.We know how much regret this short pause would cause to their owners and

FREE ads for locals during COVID crisis

Local businesses can obtain TOTALLY FREE advertising in The Local Paper during the COVID-19 crisis. There is a simple form to complete at the bottom of this page. The Local Paper will provide a free $40 ad every week for each local business that completes the easy online form athttps://www.dindi.com.au/wp/covid-free-ads/ There is no means test. There are no questions asked.

KNOX: $½-million for Boronia

Boronia will benefit from a $500,000 Suburban Activity Centre investment to support projects such as minor infrastructure upgrades and maintenance, community activities and local business activation. Jackson Taylor, MLA for Bayswater, describes the investment as providing a “second lease of life” for Boronia. The injection is part of a $6 million investment in suburban and

Mt Evelyn man missing

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Mount Evelyn man James Parker. The 34-year-old was last seen in Mount Evelyn about 10.30am on Friday (May 8). Investigators believed James may be travelling in his Subaru Impreza with registration TML-278. Police and family hold concerns for James’s welfare as his disappearance is out

Surprise $123,970 grant for Yea Showgrounds

The Yea Showgrounds are to get a $123,970 upgrade under a special Regional Agricultural Show Development Grant from the Federal Government announced this morning (Fri.). The funds will be used to upgrade Yea Showgroundsa power facilities including power to three cattle sheds, and major repairs to the heritage grandstand comprising underpinning of two side walls

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