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Jazz fest set to return

Eve Lamb Jazz cats have their fingers and toes crossed ahead of the Castlemaine Jazz...

Rodders celebrate 60 years

Castlemaine Rods will celebrate their 60th anniversary with a 'Show and Shine' event at the Campbells Creek Football Netball ground this Sunday...

Get set for the Swap!

Castlemaine's Camp Reserve will be bustling with activity this coming Sunday April 3 for one of the region's largest and most successful...

Drivers on notice

Eve LambBreach the road rules around Castlemaine's school crossings and ... you can expect some pain in the hip pocket at very...

Old rockers never…

Eve LambIt's not everyone who's rocked live on stage with the best of 'em through the headiest days of pub rock and...
2022 Idyll winners Hot Vagrants are pictured with judge Clementine Ford and their trophy. Photo: Diana Domonkos.

Castlemaine talent shines at IDYLL 2022

A joyous crowd of music lovers of all ages gathered at Lot 19 last Sunday March 20 for Castlemaine Idyll 2022.The community...

Council serves up response to court call

Eve Lamb Castlemaine residents keen to see an upgrade of the town's West End tennis courts are likely to...

Outdoors adventures rock

Eve LambPlans to create a new rock climbing club are among a suite of new outdoor adventures and cultural opportunities planned for...

Planning a bright future for Buda

Staff and volunteers are celebrating this week after Buda Historic Home & Garden received $60,000 towards the development of a Masterplan through...
The work of the Granite Girls - Zoe Amor, Hilary Finch, Denise Martin, Catherine Pilgrim and Sue McLeod - is featured at Studio 52 at The Mill Castlemaine. Photo: Hilary Finch.

Arts Open continues this weekend

Visitors from far and wide descended on the Mount Alexander Shire last weekend for the opening weekend of Arts Open 2022 -...
Hafina Foundation director Rodney Cone and artist Stevens Vaughn are pictured with the talented teams from Billmans Foundry and Lot 19 which helped bring Stevens' vision to life.

Throne of potentiality

Castlemaine's Billmans Foundry and creatives from Lot 19 Arts Precinct have assisted American conceptual ritualistic artist Stevens Vaughn to bring his latest...

What the arts are worth

Eve Lamb The arts are worth a whopping $107 million per annum to the wider Mount Alexander Shire the...

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Lilian and Peter Skilbeck invite you to Plaistow tomorrow. Photo: Eve Lamb

Biggest Morning Tea time!

Lilian and Peter Skilbeck and family will once again be holding their popular Biggest Morning Tea fundraising event at Plaistow just outside...
Swedish born and bred Erika Hansson will perform a pagan inspired handstand and acrobatics act.

Circus celebrates!