No. 27 SEPTEMBER 2013: Style hairdresser passes [death of Ern Davis] / John Willaton p1. Wally Peeler VC in Sunshine / John Willaton based on research by Frank Noonan and Anthony Staunton p2. Constance (Connie) Duthoit Parsons (nee Bell) 1922-2013 / Olwen Ford p3. From one heritage home to another [Raymond John Clayton, Bonnie Doone (house), Clayton family, Tarleton family] / as told to John Willaton by Carole Clayton p4. Sunshine's twin champions [James and Christopher Gowans] / John Willaton p5. Sunshine showtime 1937 [Sunshine Amateur Dramatic Society] / Gilbert Bell p7.
No. 28 DECEMBER 2013: Sunshine Technical School centenary / Linda Pongracic p2. Head to head with Headlie's Header: the genesis of the Sunshine Header according to Headlie S. Taylor p3. Vale: Beverley Ann Hickey (nee Bult) 1934-2013 p5. Vale: James Ingram p5. Greyhound racing p7.
No. 29 MARCH 2014: Sunshine Railway Station pedestrian underpass closed p1. Vale: Joyce Mousley / John Willaton p3. Sunshine ex-servicmen no.1: Ian Teague / John Willaton p3. Sunshine ex-servicemen no.2: Jim Gaylor, Sunshine's iron man / John Willaton p5.
No. 30 JUNE 2014: Memories of Sunshine / Doug Caddick p1. Arlene: satisfying a model ambition / Arlene Andrewartha p3. Vale: Dorothy Carlton (nee Neyland) p4. Vale: Jessie Parks (nee McKay) p5. St Mark's Debutante Ball 1954 / John Willaton p5.
No. 31 SEPTEMBER 2014: Navigating into history [S.S. Warrimoo (ship)] / John Willaton p1. Sunshine's test cricketer reunion [Joan Schmidt, Myrtle Bayliss and Lorraine Kutcher] / John Willaton p2. From St Marks to the Olympics: Ken Doubleday / John Willaton with thanks to Margaret Spratling (nee Doubleday) p4. Sunshine's longest serving Town Clerk [Thomas William Deutschmann] / John Willaton p4. John R. Kirby AM p5. When H.V. McKay lit up Sunshine [electricity] / John Willaton (courtesy of Ken Porter) p7.
No. 32 DECEMBER 2014: A century innings for a Sunshine cricket lover [Joseph Wise] / John Willaton p1. Phillips family history / Colin Phillips Jnr p2. Vale: Judith Wright (nee Powell) p3. Sunshine Harvester Works trains / Mel Bajada p4. Sunshine's stained glass window [at City of Sunshine Municipal Offices and Council Chamber] p4. H.V. McKay honoured again / John Willaton p5. Growing up in Sunshine / Ian Teague p7.
No. 33 MARCH 2015: Find of original radiator for a H.V. McKay 'Sunshine A model' tractor p2. Sunshine's gentle giant of the ring [Al Basten] / John Willaton courtesy of Alex O'Brien p3. Joyce and Charlie [Skidmore] celebrate 60 years / John Willaton p3. All round good sport: Tommy Laffan / John Willaton p4. Sunshine's own picture palace [The Roxy, Ballarat Road, Maidstone] / John Willaton p5. Sunshine shone in Argentina [harvesters, soccer] / John Willaton p7.
No. 34 JUNE 2015: A job for life: Roy Day p3. Sunshine's supreme sports administrator: Col Utber p4. Report of working party on community grant for commemoration ceremony to dedicate the Sunshine Avenue of Honour and Sunshine RSL Memorial Gardens stage 1 p7.
No. 35 SEPTEMBER 2015: Peter Wright OAM / John Willaton p1. Remembering Sunshine's first chain store [O. Gilpin, Hampshire Road] / John Willaton p3. Vale: Mary Elizabeth Harrison 1923-2015 p4. Avenue of Honour / John Willaton p4. Vale: Vida May Caddick (nee Mousley) 1927-2015 p5.
No. 36 DECEMBER 2015: Hill Street hues: as told to John Willaton by Virginia Rae Potter (nee Cordy) and Lois Lowe (nee Cordy) [Verna Cordy, artist, 16 Hill Street, Sunshine] p1. Ye olde village blacksmith: compiled by former member, the late Eric Wegener p2. Connor Shea according to Tom Dealy / by John Willaton, from the 1988 memories of Tom Dealy courtesy of Maree (nee Dealy) and Robert Howie p3. The Cinderella Gardens / John Willaton p5.
No. 37 MARCH 2016: Gentlemen start your engines [Braybrook Motor Cycle Club] / John Willaton p1. Connor Shea according to Tom Dealy / John Willaton p3. The ANZAC dawn service [ Reverend Arthur Ernest White] p6.
No.38 JUNE 2016: H.V McKay anniversary / John Willaton p1. From humble beginnings to the heights- the Jack Williams story / John Willaton p2. Connor Shea according to Tom Dealy / John Willaton p3. Gwen Goedecke 28/03-1922-14/05/2016 / Olwen Ford p4. Renate Haehnsen [Vale] / Olwen Ford p5.
No. 39 SEPTEMBER 2016: Kenny's dad-In the beginning [Ron Jacobson] / John Willaton p3. Frank Ford 17 April 1927-12 July 2016 p2. Isabel Grace Bell 24 January 1928-13 July 2016 p4. Ruth Winifred Evans 17 April 1921-20 August 2016 p4. From humble beginnings to the heights: the Jack Williams story / John Willaton p5. ARC Sunshine: saving the memories 22nd May 2016 / Shaun Crosbie p6. John Kelly: artist [Man lifting a cow sculpture on Hampshire road.] p6.
No. 40 DECEMBER 2016: The tradition of the gold whip [winning jockey of the Melbourne Cup receiving a gold whip] / John Willaton p1. Raymond Gibson Carlton: 28-02-1922 to 22-11-2016 p2. Kenny's Dad-In the beginning [Ron Jacobson] / John Willaton p3. Douglas Leonard Caddick 20/06/1928-29/11/2016 p4. Memories of Deer Park Carols / Anne Best p6. A champion recognised [Shaun Crosbie best and fairest 1964] / John Willaton p6. Albion Primary School turns 90 p7.
No. 41 MARCH 2017: Vale Beryl Jean Rigg p2. Tom's vision realised [Tom Rigg and St Alban's station] p2. Vale Mick James p3. Standing the test [John Richard Collins and cricket] / John Willaton p3. H.V McKay's legacy never-ending / John Willaton and Clive Patter p4. Scouts and guides: A rich history / John Willaton p5. Finding Sunshine [house that Tracee Hutchinson bought, built in 1928] / Tracee Hutchinson p5.
No. 42 JUNE 2017: Vale Jim Cannon p2. Finding Sunshine / Tracee Hutchinson p2. Vale Tom Rigg p3. Vale Brian O'Reilly p4. Sunshine old boys [Sunshine and Districts Old Boys Association] / John Wilanton p5. We like Ike [Ike Barber] / Jim Learmonth p6.
No. 43 SEPTEMBER 2017: Sunshine's history in 50 objects p1. The barber of Sun Crescent [Frank Hayden] / John Willaton and Pat Pemberton (nee Hayden) p3. Vale: Lyn Learmonth: 12 November 1923-22 April 2017 / John Willaton p4. Vale Tim Hogan: 1918-2017 p4. Keeping your cool [coolgardie safe] / John Willaton p5. A close shave [rolls razor] / John Willaton p6. The mini series [Sunshine tv series 2017] p6.
No.44 DECEMBER 2017: Play ball: Sunshine Baseball Club / John Willaton p2. Vale Alma Frances Learmonth 17 November 1929-9 Nov 2017 p4.Vale Elsie Jean "Skeeta" Deveson 12 May 1929 - 4 August 2017 p5. Historic objects - show and tell [Victor Richardson's cricket bat] p6.
No. 45 MARCH 2018: Sunshine's Tarax bar / John Willaton p1. Vale Wally Zielinski / Alan Dash p2. Casting far and wide [Sunshine Fly Fishing Club] / John Wilaton p4. Mr Derrimut / John Willaton p6.
No.46 JUNE 2018: Legally yours: J.E Sievers / John Willaton p1. Vale Norma Learmonth 11 March 1929-20 April 2018 p2. Memories of Sunshine businesses and industries [Parsons and Lewis Horsehair Factory, Leo Fisher's butcher's shop] p3. A generous philanthropist-"The Reichstein Foundation" / John Willaton p4. A Sunshine royal occasion: crowning of queens [Queen of Sport] / John Willaton p5.
No 47 SEPTEMBER 2018: Remembrance day p1. To Doctor Gary Ayton OAM p2. To the late Ken Missen (JP) OAM p2. Smithy update p4. Helen Keller's Sunshine visit / John Willaton p5.
No.48 DECEMBER 2018: Another Sunshine inventor: Alan Mitchell p1. Duty nobly done: recognition for Ivy [Ivy Rule] / Jim Learmonth p2. The David Darcy story / John Willaton p3. Vale Arlene Andrewartha p5. Dave Cameron's Albion / Jim Learmonth p6. Before baristas [tea and Turban and Bushells coffee and chicory essence] p6. He came out fighting: Frank Flannery / John Willaton p7. Watch the doughnut not the hole [Downyflake restaurants and the American Doughnut Machine] p8.
No.49 MARCH 2019: The strength of ARC, Sunshine [Australian Reinforced Concrete Engineering] / John Willaton p2. The Keith Miller connection / John Willaton p3. Before Braybrook junction / John Willaton p4. Flying Doctor sponsored by H.V McKay / John Willaton p5. Making the diamond sparkle [Sunshine District Women's Softball Association] / John Willaton p6.
No.50 JUNE 2019: Taking flight in Sunshine [Learmonth family and flying in Sunshine] / Ann Kilby p1. Better Henry nee Montgomery 18.9.1935-21.3.2019 p2. John Robert Stainer 3.2.1920-17.5.2019 p3. A pearler of a curler: Parsons & Lewis [Ted Parsons and Richard Lewis] / John Willaton p4. World first surgery by ex Deer Park resident [Dr Robert Love] / John Willaton p4. Sunshine's royal visitor [Prince Phillip of Greece (now Duke of Edinburgh) visited Sunshine in 1945) / John Willaton p6.
No.51 SEPTEMBER 2019: Remember when… fireman take your seat [firemen in cinemas and Francis Ormston] / John Willaton p1. Betty Foxcroft nee Cunningham 07/05/1922-03/08/2019 p2. Bob Henderson 27/01/1934-08/06/2019 p2. Approaching remembrance day [George Stephenson Wallce and Just A Brown Slouch Hat With The Side Turned Up] / John Willaton p3. Sunshine Porcelain Potteries Pty Ltd / John Willaton p4. We could have danced all night (at Hampshire House) / John Willaton p5. Don't come home without one [dorothy bags] p6.
No.52 DECEMBER 2019: Jim Learmonth 29 April 1926-31 October 2019 p2. Every bloke had one [Gladstone bag] / John Willaton p2. The shed that grew: Deer Park Engineering / John Willaton p4. Memories of Deer Park / Margaret Broadhead p3. Harmonious harmonica history [Lindsay Luscombe, Ernie Weybury and the Yarraville Mouth Organ Band] p5. World War Two remembered / Peter Ingram p6.
No.53 MARCH 2020: Tex's touring troupe [Tex Morton's Travelling Rodeo and Wild West Show] p1. Vale Gilbert John Bell p2. Vale Ron Dorre p3. Quarter Mile Bridge / John Willaton p3. Val Beachley: Sunshine's popular performer / John Willaton p4. All welcome at UFS [United Friendly Societies] p4. Juke Box Saturday at Holmwood's / John Willaton p5. Wallace Anderson: modelling history / John Willaton p6.
No.54 JUNE 2020: When steam ruled the rails / John Willaton p1. 100 years of blood and fire [Salvation Army Sunshine Corps] / John Willaton p2. Remember the telegram boy? / John Willaton p3. Why; why; why [the penny farthing bike] / John Willaton p3. Deer Park international airport, so close / John Willaton p4. End of an era [Headlie Shipard Taylor] / Jim Learmonth p5. Popular performer passes [death of Dorothy Baker] / John Willaton p6.
No. 56 DECEMBER 2020: From the President [COVID] / John Pardy p1. John Kentek [Obituary] / Kerry Hewson & John Willaton p2. The Spanish 'Flu and Sunshine / Olwen Ford p3. A centenarian athlete: Charlie Booth / Courtesy of John Willaton p4. The Ballad of "Lennie the Legend" and Ginger Mick (Lennie Gwyther and his pony] p5. Sunshine Hospital: From village to city / by John Willaton p6.
No.57 MARCH 2021: The Walers: standing by the ANZACS (horses in WWI) p1. Vale Donald James Webster 1933 – 2021 p2. Unsung heroes: pigeons in WWI / John Willaton p3. Vale John James Perrett 1934 – 2020 Alex Dickson: 50 years on / John Willaton p6.
No. 58 JUNE 2021: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip [death of Prince Philip] p1. Our local Hume and Hovell monuments / John Willaton p2. Historic day for the colony [the provision of the Sunbury rail line] / John Willaton, researched by railway historian, the late Tom Rigg p3. Sunshine’s changing landscape / Kerry Hewson p3. M.B Lynch memorial gardens / Kerry Hewson [Martin Baird Lynch 1882 - 1962] p5.
No.59 SEPTEMBER 2021: From the president [COVID-19] / Dr John Pardy p1. 70 years - Salute to a city [Sunshine] / John Willaton p2. The tradition of the last post [Armistice Day] / John Willaton p3. Condolence letter regarding Robert Alexander O'Brien p4. Sunshine Golden Age Centenary Show [and history of flower shows held in Sunshine] / by Grazyna Krezlewska p4. Vale [Neil (Ned) Kelly, Laurence Clement (Laurie) Simpson, John Richard (Jack) Collins] / by Kerry Hewson, John Wilaton, with a special thanks to Kathy Wale p7. Nelson Bros. of Devonshire Road / by John Willaton p9. Vale: Frank Saliba / with thanks to Stan Henry p10.
No.60 MARCH 2022: SDHS celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2022 p2. Daughter of Sunshine' Prue McGoldrick (nee Hyett) 26 July 1925-11 February 2022 [researcher] p4. History of Anzac Day p4. Jillian Yvonne Hitchcock 17.01.1946-02.09.2021 [landscaper] p5. Trevor Frederick Jury 30/04/1947-28.12.2021 [Neighbourhood Watch] p6. The late Graheme Alfred Missen p8. Braybrook Junction remembered - memories of Bill Hebb p5. Who waltzed Matilda - Australia's special song p10.