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- Tim Neville Arboretum – 30 years on
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- Happy 50th Issue of Gully News!
- Immerse Exhibition opens with panache
- John Mortimore elected Mayor of Knox
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Tag Archives: history
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
‘Council committed to consult over future of Millers Homestead’ This is the title of a media release regarding an amendment passed at the July 23rd Knox Council meeting. It begins, ‘Knox City Council is committed to ensuring that our community … 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
On 14 July 2017, Ferntree Gully Volunteer CFA Fire Brigade celebrated seven and a half decades of unbroken voluntary service to our community and the State of Victoria. The gala dinner at the Knox Civic Centre was the highlight of … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Ferntree Gully Club Hotel on the 150th anniversary of its founding. For so many years the Club Hotel would have been the first substantial building encountered as travellers headed for the hills along either Burwood Road, as … Continue reading
A Captain’s Call in a proud tradition Captain Seamus Smith reflects on the history of Ferntree Gully CFA, and some of the current challenges faced. When our member Graham Crichton asked me to write an article for the Ferntree Gully News, … Continue reading