We are a bi-monthly, not for profit community newspaper produced by local volunteers, the MDLC and Ferntree Gully Village Traders Inc.
- ‘Joking June’ – Kids Kreative Virtual Event
- Knox – Live in your Lounge Room Virtual Event
- Trading in the Village during Pandemic
- Foothills Community Care – Food Drive
- MDLC embraces online delivery during COVID-19
- Pedestrians reclaim suburban Gully streets in Pandemic
- ANZAC Day Dawn Service 2020 – A streetside ceremony
- Our roadmap for a COVIDsafe Australia
- Blind Creek reimagined
- Hobbits in the Gully?
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Tag Archives: coronavirus
Many businesses have continued to trade, some with limited hours. You can still get your coffee fix at Café 121, Chook Station and Rapture Café, together with yummy take-aways. Railyard Espresso is serving coffee with a difference. The supermarkets, bakeries … Continue reading
We understand that times are tough. Imagine trying to isolate and stay as well as possible with nowhere to live, or trying to deal with this crisis when you are already financially disadvantaged. Our community partner Foothills Community Care is … Continue reading
Mountain District Learning Centre (MDLC) moved to remote delivery of all programs in keeping with the directive made by the Victorian Government for schools to close during term two. The decision was made due to the vulnerability of many of … Continue reading
Since the end of March, Victorians have been subject to the directive ‘If you can stay at home you must stay at home’. Fortunately one of the few reasons they were allowed out has been for exercise. It has been … Continue reading
This year all Dawn Services were cancelled throughout Australia due to the corona virus lockdown regulations. The Prime Minister however, advised us to still ‘remember the Anzacs who fought and died for us,’ and to take family and our chairs, … Continue reading
Message from Alan Tudge, Federal MP for Aston The past couple of months have been incredibly difficult for our nation and community. Thankfully, due to the efforts of all Australians, we are now starting to see the light at the … Continue reading