October November 2021 issue

October November 2021 issue

My oh my, what a wacky year & a half we’ve had! Bushfires, COVID, lockdowns, cool climate cyclone & finally an earthquake! All-in-all it could be the making of a really bad movie! The great news is that, after a really horrid winter, spring has sprung....

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Aug Sept 2021 issue is out

Aug Sept 2021 issue is out

Here we are again Blackwood, Oh my, what a couple of months we’ve had! Early June saw our wee village in the midst of what has been called a Cool Climate Cyclone. We woke up to trees down in driveways & across roads, blocking our passage in & out of town &...

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June July 2021

June July 2021

Here we are again Blackwood, Happy 15th Birthday to us. Who knew back in 2008, when we took the Blackwood Newsletter over from Robina Brown, that we would still be slogging it out 15 years on. We are gearing up to hand the publication over to the community by getting...

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April May 2021 issue out now

April May 2021 issue out now

Hello again Blackwood, Did you know that The Blackwood TImes is produced by a handful of local volunteers? We are not photographers, journos or writers though. Our contribution is to compile your submissions bi-monthly into a paper for you & your visitors to...

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February March 2021

February March 2021

Welcome, welcome to 2021! What a pleasure it’s been to put this issue together with so many photos of Blackwood rising from lockdown & getting back to what it is good at - looking after our community & having fun! 2020 was a difficult time for the Times as we...

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December ’20 January ’21 issue

December ’20 January ’21 issue

Hello Blackwood & visitors to our wee village What an amazingly unexpected year it has been! Who else is looking forward to 2021, mind you have you seen the meme going around? If you thought 2020 was bad, Mad Max is set in 2021! With restrictions easing & a...

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The Blackwood Times acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land, waters & forest where we live & work. We pay deep respect to Elders past, present & emerging.

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