Welcome to Dindi Daily for Thursday, February 21.
Yea football legend Bernie McCarthy has died at the age of 75.
Bernie played with Yea, as did his younger brothers Shane and Gavan.
Bernie McCarthy went on to play 148 games, with 80 goals, for North Melbourne, and was later at Preston and South Bendigo.
He was named in Assumption College’s greatest ever team as forward pocket.
A funeral will be held at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Seymour, on Monday.
Many motorists in the North-East use the Warrandyte Bridge for their travels in the Yarra Valley and Diamond Works. VicRoads has announced more roadworks under the newxt two week.
A Women’s Wellbeing Expo will be held by Nexus at Wallan this Saturday from one o’clock.
A ‘Watch and Act’ Alert was issued for residents of Mernda late yesterday afternoon at Mernda. Nine appliances, an aerial crew and an ambulance were called before the grassfire came under control, about 100 metres away from homes.
Indi MP Cathy McGowan says yesterday’s Closing the Gap response focuses on a commitment to consult with local indigenous communities; and work with the recommendations of the Joint Select committee on Constitutional Recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
New starting blocks were unveiled at the Yea Swimming Pool this week, just in time for a regional swimming pennant the Yea Tigers are hosting this weekend.
The Yea Pool will be closed to the public this Saturday.
Detectives have charged a 17-year-old boy following an assault at the Craigieburn Railway Station yesterday
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