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The current editor of The Maldon Herald. The Maldon Herald was first published in early 1973 and has now be resurrected as The Maldon Herald incorporating the Maldon News. Back in print and online.

Rubbish Tip Beacon wastes Emergency Services Time

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has issued a plea to the public to dispose of EPIRB devices properly. An EPIRB is an Emergency Position Indicating...

Castlemaine Prison Officer Jailed on Corruption Charges

A fifty two year old man who worked as an Aboriginal Welfare Officer at Loddon Prison has been jailed for 15 months. Lyndon Turvey was...

One of Australia’s first female voters was Mrs Fanny Finch from...

On 22 January 1856, an extraordinary event in Australia’s history occurred. It is not part of our collective national identity, nor has it been...

Baringhup Solar Power Plant a Hot Topic

The proposed solar power plant for construction at Baringhup is now a very hot topic. Locals expressed worry about the loss of valuable farming land....

Mount Alexander Shire may shift to Single Councillor Wards

The Mount Alexander Shire Council may change to single councillor wards. The proposed Local Government Act 2019 proposes single councillor wards. If the bill...

The Maldon in Winter Festival 2019

Maldon celebrates winter each year with the Maldon in Winter festival which runs from Saturday 22nd June through to 20th July 2019. Maldon in Winter...

Outrage over Shire Absence. Locals furious at Councillors.

The Herald has heard from concerned residents who are not happy that the Shire of Maldon hasn't met for 23 years. One resident said...

Tourists are happy when taken off the beaten track, and smaller...

Big cities and places with internationally renowned attractions have long been the most popular tourist destinations. Even today, Chinese tour companies in Australia, for...

What happens to small towns whose water becomes big business for...

Groundwater being pumped from a highland aquifer, only to be whisked away in tankers and sold in little plastic bottles by a multinational corporation...

My favourite album: The Cure’s Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me

The album is an artistic statement, a swag of songs greater than the sum of its parts. In a new series, our authors nominate...
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