2022 June July issue

2022 June July issue

A breath of fresh air with our new team... Hi Blackwoodians, What a busy couple of months it has been. Firstly, it is timely to congratulate Sam Rae, our newly-elected member of Federal Parliament. It would be great if we get to hear from you in our next edition, Sam....

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2022 April May issue

2022 April May issue

New team for the Blackwood TImes 3 decades ago Blackwoodian Robina Brown & I, a newbie in town, chatted on the roadside with our youngsters in tow. Robina voiced concerns that it was difficult to find out what was happening in town & I wanted to find...

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2022 February March issue

2022 February March issue

Did I hear things were going to improve in 2022? Here we are with another COVID issue. The past 2 years have been really hard on our tiny team of 3. With no events & no real happenings we have still managed to scrape together fun issues. When we started to put...

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Blackwood Township Improvement Plan

Blackwood Township Improvement Plan

"Blackwood has been identified for inclusion in Moorabool Shire Council’s Township Improvement Plan program. This program provides an opportunity for small towns across the Shire to receive streetscape improvements and for locals to contribute their ideas and...

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2021 Christmas Issue

2021 Christmas Issue

Wishing all our readers a fant-abulous silly season Hello Blackwoodians, We are well & truly into the silly season as this issue comes out. Yes, it is very, very late but the team made an executive decision to publish late for the first time in its 14 year...

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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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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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