Wednesday, April 21, 2010

What's been happening in Templestowe and surrounding area

The following are links to articles on the internet involving Templestowe and the surrounding area.


MEMBERS of the defunct Eltham RSL have issued a call to arms in a bid to resurrect the club's spirit before Anzac Day.

Route 902 - which runs 76km from Chelsea to Airport West, taking in nine railway stations including Eltham and Greensborough - was launched on Easter Monday.

Train just went over Eltham Trestle Bridge

Local schools to perform in choral festival at Montsalvat

Missing 70-year-old Melbourne man Horst Kliche has been located safe and well.


AFTER years of grappling with inadequate bus services, travellers have high hopes the Manningham bus review will fix the problems they face daily.

INTERNATIONAL students with million-dollar budgets are among the growing number of overseas buyers investing in Manningham real estate.

THREE people have needed hospital treatment after being attacked by a horned goat in Donvale, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria today.


RESIDENTS group Friends of Grosvenor Street has ruled out a Supreme Court appeal against Westfield's Doncaster apartment complex.

THE trials and tribulations of modern motherhood will be explored in a new art exhibition at the Manningham Gallery.


AN ELDERLY Templestowe man repeatedly struck his wife of 50 years in the head with a hatchet before staging the scene as part of his ''feeble attempt'' to make it look like a burglar had done it, a court heard yesterday.

A blood-stained hatchet and clothing were found in the garage of an elderly Victorian man charged with his wife's murder, a jury has heard.

Timeline of Melbourne's Underworld

A MAN told 000 emergency operators he could not try to resuscitate his elderly wife because he was upset, a court has heard.

THE death of a man killed crossing Station St has fuelled police fears over pedestrian safety in Box Hill's busy centre.

- Kelvin Eldridge

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