We are a bi-monthly, not for profit community newspaper produced by local volunteers, the MDLC and Ferntree Gully Village Traders Inc.
- New directions for Mountain District Learning Centre
- Ferntree Gully Arts Society celebrates 75 years
- Community Development Fund – grants now open
- Dorset Road extension
- Ferntree Gully News turns 10!
- Village Fair 2018
- Ferntree Gully News: Scenes and Stories
- The Future of Millers Homestead
- Tim Neville Arboretum – 30 years on
- Want to help with the Gully News?
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We are delighted to announce the publication of Ferntree Gully News, Scenes and Stories, 2009-17, a collection of stories and photographs sourced from the first 50 issues of this newspaper. The book will be available for purchase from 1 October … Continue reading
Ferntree Gully News is looking for an assistant to work with the editor in preparing material for the formatter. Needs writing, editing and computer skills. Work from home in the ten days before press date. The paper is produced six … Continue reading
This edition of the paper is certainly a special one, as we mark and celebrate 50 editions of Ferntree Gully News. (View an archive of our past editions here.) Since our inception in 2009, Gully News has existed to share … Continue reading
In our first issue for 2017 you will notice some new features. Firstly design, with changes to type fonts and sizes for a fresh look and to make better use of space. Comments are welcome. Also, for this issue at … Continue reading
Do you like meeting people? Perhaps you would like to be a part-time journo for Ferntree Gully News? Your editor now receives more invitations than she can handle to visit community groups, take photos and write up a short ‘story’. … Continue reading
Winner of the first Gully News Photo Competition is Olivia Platek. Olivia sent the cover photo from Pune in India where she is a trainer for her company’s newest graduate hires. ‘I have a copy of Gully News mailed to … Continue reading