Welcome to Dindi Daily for Friday, February 22.
Vince Jones will headline the Eltham Jazz, Food and Wine Festival to be held on Saturday and Sunday. There will be five stages across the Eltham township.
Former Victorian Premier John Brumby was on hand yesterday to open the La Trobe University Campus of Ivanhoe Grammar School.
Year 9 students from both Plenty and Ivanhoe campuses will attend there.
The Windy Mile Bar at Diamond Creek will be closing at the end of March. The Murphy family have run the business for four years.
An Information Session on the National Disability Insurance Scheme is to be held at the Kinglake West Hall next month.
The Federal Government has supported Indi MP Cathy McGowan’s amendments that allow greater accountability in the expenditure of the $100 million Future Drought Fund.
Thornton-Eildon Football Netball Club President Dave Stirling is calling for people to support, not criticise, the struggling Boners club. The Boners need help on many fronts, Mr Stirling says
Kinglake Junior Football Club may come to an end. Under 11 players will be transferred to Yarra Glen, and a desperate last bid is being made to field Under 9 and Under 16 teams.
Friday’s Weather. Sunny
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