Bombers keep kicking them goals

Well the Yallourn/Yallourn North Bombers have done it again – Two consecutive years into the grand final. And the Under 15’s Netball team also shot some hoops and got into their grand final too! We know you all want to show your support, and the word has sprung around to decorate the...

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Haunted Hills Tours grows its repertoire

After launching its first Ghost Tour on Friday the 13th back in February 2015, Haunted Hills Tours has continued to grow and expand its unique form of tourism experience. While beginning with sharing haunting stories from The Brown Coal Mine and the township of Yallourn, Haunted Hills Tours extensive repertoire...

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YNCC Old Road (almost spring) clean-up day

With the motivating drive from a newly crowned Yallourn North Rock Thrower who has been welcomed to the village, the Yallourn North Cricket Club made the call to hit for six some unorthodox rubbish that had been dumped along the ‘Old Road’, by some filthy mullygrubbers over the last century....

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New path at the Tennis Court Reserve

The Yallourn North Hall and Recreation Reserve Committee has just completed the paving that forms part of the long term plans for the Tennis Court Reserve at the corner of Gooding and Reserve Streets. The path links the north-western corner entry of the Yallourn North Hall and Recreation Reserve, at the recently installed...

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Moartz are back for 2016!

Local theatre company Moartz Inc has been working hard towards a new performance for 2016 titled Secret Bridesmaids’ Business. After a succession of successful events over many years at Yallourn North’s Monash Hall, Moartz return with an Australian comedy drama set around the night before the big wedding day. The story focuses...

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The new face of the Lions Park

The 10th of November last year was the 30th Anniversary of the Lions Park, and we thought it best to spruce up the place for the occasion. We got together with the Moe Lions Club, and they agreed to help put some new bollards in to replace the old rotting twisted ones. All up...

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Ski was in Force

The 2016 inaugural Latrobe City Water Ski International Open was a great success being a follow up to the Moomba Masters, with many of the international competitors heading to our humble backyard to compete. The weekend gave local skiers the chance to rub shoulders with the world’s best, and was...

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ANZAC Day 2016

On ANZAC day this year the Yallourn North community and many visitors attended the morning service at our town memorial. Numbers were similar to last years attendance, with the community more than willing to offer their thanks and remember the sacrifice of those who gave their lives for our freedoms. Members...

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Sunflower Song

As part of ReActivate: Latrobe’s #GetSunflowered activities, an open and prominent location at the top of town was planted with sunflowers to create a bright and welcoming entrance. The exercise is part of the greater Transiting Cities program which is undertaken by RMIT University, with the aim of better promoting,...

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