We are a bi-monthly, not for profit community newspaper produced by local volunteers, the MDLC and Ferntree Gully Village Traders Inc.
- CNAV Virtual Community Newspaper Conference 2020
- Knox welcomes new Councillors 2020
- Foothills Community Care – Christmas 2020
- COVID-19 – The plan for recovery
- Nick Wakeling – A School Year Like No Other
- KES Indigenous Plant Nursery is open once again!
- Fashion Forecasts for the Stars – exclusive for Fern Tree Gully News
- Sweet Honey Bees
- Grants for Men’s Sheds
- Providence Foods – providing for the community
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Ferntree Gully News is proud to have been recognised at the 2020 CNAV Community Newspaper Awards, this year live-streamed via Zoom on Saturday 14th November. The CNAV Conference is held by the Community Newspaper Association of Victoria each year to … Continue reading
Knox City Council marked Australia Day 2020 by honouring some of its leading community members and by welcoming those who have become our newest Australian citizens. An appreciative crowd supported the recipients of the Knox Local Australia Day Awards 2020 … Continue reading
Knox City Council honoured its leading citizens of the past year with a special Australia Day awards ceremony on 26th January 2018. In front of a large and appreciative crowd, the 2018 Knox Australia Day Award recipients were honoured for … Continue reading
In front of a large and appreciative crowd at the Knox Civic Centre, the 2017 Knox Australia Day Award recipients were honoured for their selfless spirit, dedication and leadership in the service of our community. Official proceedings featured an address … Continue reading
The City of Knox is a prestigious city in Melbourne’s Outer East but on Australia Day this year, breakfast at the Civic Centre had all the friendly exuberance of a country town. This was very much due to the relaxed … Continue reading
At the 2014 Conference of Community Newspapers Victoria (CNAV), Ferntree Gully News won the Annual Award for Best Story by Someone under 18. The ‘someone’ was Jessica Riordan, a Year 10 student from Monbulk College who came to our newspaper … Continue reading