Articles tagged ‘Live in Castlemaine’.

Have your say about the pool redevelopment
Castlemaine Swimming pool adjacent to the park
We all thought long and hard about the pool during the proposed Aquatic Centre on the Western Oval, so now the council is seeking community input for ...
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Kindling Trust and Feeding (the world) Manchester
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Tonight, Monday, 25 November, social entrepreneur, sustainability champion and co-founder of the Kindling Trust, Chris Walsh, will be speaking about h...
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Humans evolved with infrasound: is there any truth to health concerns about it?
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by Mike Barnard  Wind farms are fielding complaints about health impacts, almost entirely in the English-speaking world. There are literally over 20...
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Maldon Market is finally setting up stall
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By Kellie Jackson Maldon’s makers and growers market will blossom for the first time this Sunday, November 10 with 60 carefully selected food and cr...
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Theatre Royal presents National Theatre Live’s ‘The Audience’
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THE AUDIENCE A new play by Peter Morgan Starring Helen Mirren Directed by Stephen Daldry October dates: Saturday, 19th – 1.30PM, Sunday, 20th &...
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Spring Sculpture at Lot 19
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Lot19 strikes again with the 4th annual Spring Sculpture Prize incorporating the 8th annual Tonksculpture Prize. Lot19 is quickly establishing itself ...
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St Luke’s activities during Mental Health Week
For St Luke’s Anglicare, actively participating in Mental Health Week is a way to promote social and emotional wellbeing in our regional community. ...
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Red Shoes – a domestic opera
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Come into an enchanted kitchen, where glamour, music and dance become the ingredients for the recipe of a lifetime. With Rebecca Morton, David Kram, M...
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Ready to launch at Maldon & District Community Bank®’s new branch
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Maldon & District Community® Bank branch has moved to bigger and brighter premises. The new branch opened for business at 81 High Street, Maldon ...
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Red shoes dancing
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Rebecca Morton is appearing in her new show: Red Shoes – a domestic opera, at 8pm on Saturday 5 October at the Phee Broadway Theatre Mechanic...
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A friendship sustained from poles apart
by Georgina Luck Review of  Aurora Calling-The Result of a Joint Observation by Catherine Ryan Produced by Tiffany Raae and Directed by Jason Shorte...
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What’s new in journalism?
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For the first time in human history, most people in developed countries are able to publish their news and thoughts to the world within a few minutes ...
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Sustainability and Environment Round Table to be established
At last night’s meeting Council decided to establish the Mount Alexander Sustainability and Environment Round Table. The Round Table will take a lea...
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Community Grants Scheme 2013/2014 now open
Each year Council allocates resources in the Budget to support local community initiatives through its Community Grants Scheme. At its meeting of 27 A...
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Fair go on childcare
The childcare sector in Bendigo is facing a critical lack of available places, with parents forced onto long waiting lists just to get their children ...
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Bird watching tour at Golden Point
Mount Alexander Shire residents will have an opportunity to get up close and personal with  native birds when ecologist Garry Cheers leads a half-day...
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The Wandering Cloud
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The Wandering Cloud is a cut-up landscape rambling poetry piece dealing with the floods that hit our communities a couple of years ago.  Klare has g...
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Free talk for new rural residents
A free talk about land management will be provided for residents in the Shire who are new to rural living. It will be held on Thursday 5 September fro...
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Let there be lights: Commuter diary #12
At this time of the year, the return commute to Castlemaine takes place in darkness. The only thing we exhausted commuters have to sustain us, in the ...
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Dja Dja Wurrung elder passes
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Aunty Carmel died on Friday 9 August and was buried in Mooroopna on Thursday 15 August – She was a signatory of the Dja Dja Wurrung Native Title...
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Performance Night at Art Fields
As part of this year’s Art Fields, there will be a Performance Night at the Historic Market Building in Castlemaine on Friday 23 August from 6pm –...
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The fish formula that keeps winning
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The awards keep on flowing for Castlemaine’s specialist seafood retailer, She Sells Seafood. This innovative business has just been named Victoria...
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The go-between: The white man who went black and came back
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In 2007 Jan ‘Yarn’ Wositzky’s show about William Buckley was a sell-out hit at the Castlemaine State Festival. Now Jan has updated the script an...
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Mechanics Institute celebrates 150 years
The Burke and Wills Mechanics Institute in Fryerstown will celebrate its 150th anniversary this month.  The building was erected as a memorial ‘ind...
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Campaigning for a seat: Commuter Diary #11
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Long-haul Castlemaine commuters share something very similar to politicians in an election campaign. We commuters wait on the platform as the train sl...
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Fundraiser for Grant Saltmarsh
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Well regarded local landscape designer Grant Saltmarsh is in the fight of his life and a group of his friends are staging a fundraiser to help Grant a...
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Friday music: Tangalo at the Royal next Friday
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“Tángalo are sassy, talented and oh so hot right now” – 2013 M.I.A. Fesitval. Fresh out of Sydney, modern tango quintet Tángalo will be do...
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Touched by the AllMyki Commuter Diary #10
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Alas, we now have Myki cards. At Commuter Diary, we are still not sure what to make of them. All we can do is make observations, quite touching observ...
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2013 Arts Forum – collaboration
This year’s Mount Alexander Shire Arts Forum will be held on Thursday 15 August from 9.30am at the Fryerstown School Camp Street, Fryerstown. The t...
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Wet weather gets frogs moving
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Since the summer rains and floods, Castlemaine frog numbers have seen a big hop. Many frog species need an abundant water supply to reproduce, so t...
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Friday music: Tangalo – experience Argentine tango at the Royal
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“Tángalo are sassy, talented and oh so hot right now” – 2013 M.I.A. Fesitval. Fresh out of Sydney, modern tango quintet Tángalo will be do...
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