EVENT ORGANISERS | Time to apply for event funding!

Council’s annual Event Funding Program is now..…

EVENT ORGANISERS | Time to apply for event funding! Council’s annual Event Funding Program is now..…

EVENT ORGANISERS | Time to apply for event funding! Council’s annual Event Funding Program is now open. All organisations wanting to hold events in the Alpine Shire are encouraged to apply. Applications close June 29. Information and application forms are available here: http://www.alpineshire.vic.gov.au/Page/Page.aspx?Page_Id=126
Alpine Shire 18 Jun 2018
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SNOW MAP SUNDAY! | Snow is forecast down to 600m today - stay warm and have fun! ☃️

SNOW MAP SUNDAY! | Snow is forecast down to 600m today - stay warm and have fun! ☃️

SNOW MAP SUNDAY! | Snow is forecast down to 600m today - stay warm and have fun! ☃️
Alpine Shire 17 Jun 2018
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BRIGGS BRIDGE UPDATE | Briggs Bridge on Redbank-Mongans Rd at Coral Bank is currently being upgraded…

BRIGGS BRIDGE UPDATE | Briggs Bridge on Redbank-Mongans Rd at Coral Bank is currently being upgraded…

BRIGGS BRIDGE UPDATE | Briggs Bridge on Redbank-Mongans Rd at Coral Bank is currently being upgraded to allow the removal of the load limit. The final stage of the deck strengthening will start on Tuesday, 19 June and will involve the total closure of the bridge for up to four hours from 9.00am. The bridge works are expected to be completed by June 30.
Alpine Shire 14 Jun 2018
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Preparation of the Budget 2019/2020 and Council Plan 2017-2021 (Year 3)

Notice is hereby given that a proposed Council Plan has been prepared and a Proposed Budget has been prepared for the purposes of for the purposes of Sections 125, 126 and 127 of the Local Government Act. 9 April 2019
Banyule Latest News 09 Apr 2019
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Easter to ANZAC Day Opening Hours & Waste Collections

Take note of when our waste recovery centre, service centres and leisure centres are open and when waste collections are happening during Easter 2019. 28 March 2019
Banyule Latest News 28 Mar 2019
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Public Notice - Notice of Intention to Grant an Easement

Council proposes to grant an easement over part of Council Land for drainage purposes to benefit 57-59 Sherbourne Road, Montmorency (Development Site).
Banyule Latest News 27 Mar 2019
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Mayor's Message - 8 March

In this week's Mayor's Message, Cr Brett Tessari reflects on recent bushfire events, chats about arts and culture, riffs on Inverloch's annual Jazz Festival and comments on Phillip Island Nature Parks' 30 year Conservation Vision.
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Mayor's Message - 1 March

The week, Mayor Cr Brett Tessari sends a shout out to the important women in his life for International Women's Day, applauds Bass Coast's young leaders, talks about renewable energy projects and sings the praises of some seriously talented locals.
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Mayor's Message - 22 February

Mayor's Message - 22 February

In this week's Mayor's Message Cr Brett Tessari talks about Council Meetings, dives into aquatics facilities and reviews the Wonthaggi Theatrical Group's 50th anniversary weekend.
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Anzac Day 2019 in Baw Baw

Anzac Day 2019 in Baw Baw

Anzac Day is an important day for Australia, a day that commemorates those who have fought gallantly in wars and armed conflicts and remembers those who lost their lives to safeguard the values and life we hold so dear.
Baw Baw Shire Council 18 Apr 2019
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Community Sponsorship Funding Round is Open

Community Sponsorship Funding Round is Open

Baw Baw Shire Council is receiving applications for its Community Sponsorship funding stream in its final round for the financial year.
Baw Baw Shire Council 18 Apr 2019
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Kindergarten Open Days for 2020 placements.

Kindergarten Open Days for 2020 placements.

Baw Baw families looking to enrol their children in kindergarten for 2020 are invited to attend upcoming Open Days in their township.
Baw Baw Shire Council 15 Apr 2019
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Council Easter hours

Council Easter hours

Council's Corporate Centre is closed over the Easter break, re-opening on Tuesday 23 April at 8.30am. Rubbish...
Bayside City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Australian Heritage Festival

Australian Heritage Festival

From 18 April to 19 May, the 2019 Australian Heritage Festival features an array of events celebrating our diverse...
Bayside City Council 17 Apr 2019
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Brighton intersections to be more pedestrian safe

Brighton intersections to be more pedestrian safe

A prominent strip of cafes and retail spots in Bayside is set to become more pedestrian-friendly. Council is...
Bayside City Council 16 Apr 2019
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Venue closures over Easter and Anzac Day 2019

Venue closures over Easter and Anzac Day 2019

Over the next week, we have a number of public holidays. See this page for a table showing when our venues will be open and services delivered.
Benalla Rural City 17 Apr 2019
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Council acquires replacement backhoe

Council acquires replacement backhoe

The Council has purchased a JCB backhoe under its plant replacement and renewal program.The backhoe it replaced was built in 1992 and has been in Council operation for more than 20 years and 12,500 hours of service. The normal life expectancy of a grader is 10-12 years.
Benalla Rural City 12 Apr 2019
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Council acquires replacement backhoe

Council acquires replacement backhoe

The Council has purchased a JCB backhoe under its plant replacement and renewal program.The backhoe it replaced was built in 1992 and has been in Council operation for more than 20 years and 12,500 hours of service. The normal life expectancy of a grader is 10-12 years.
Benalla Rural City 11 Apr 2019
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Learn a new language before you travel

Learn a new language before you travel

Log into Transparent Language Online with your Library membership and access instruction in over 100 languages.
City of Boroondara 18 Apr 2019
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Flu vaccinations available starting 1 May

Flu vaccinations available starting 1 May

The Immunisation Service will commence the annual influenza (flu) program on Wednesday 1 May.
City of Boroondara 16 Apr 2019
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2019 Easter fun in Boroondara

2019 Easter fun in Boroondara

There are fun activities happening all over Boroondara this Easter, so grab your basket and get involved!
City of Boroondara 15 Apr 2019
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South Sudanese Community Consultation

South Sudanese Community Consultation

Brimbank/Melton Community Support Group - Information Session and Community Consultation
City of Brimbank 26 Apr 2019
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ANZAC Memorial Service

ANZAC Memorial Service

Keilor Historical Society invites you to an Anzac Memorial Service to be held at the Keilor Cenotaph.
City of Brimbank 25 Apr 2019
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Indigenous Heritage with Aunty Joyce

Indigenous Heritage with Aunty Joyce

Deer Park elder Aunty Joyce Cooper, a Wurundjeri woman will share stories of the first peoples in the Deer Park area.
City of Brimbank 24 Apr 2019
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Council meeting pieces - 16 April

Media release - Council meeting pieces - April 2019
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Business awards open today

Media release - Nominations are now open for the GMCU Allianz Campaspe Murray Business Awards recognising excellence and innovation across a range of business and industry categories.
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Road Management Plan open for comment

Media release - Campaspe Shire Council has endorsed a draft Road Management Plan which is now open for community comment.
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Draft 2019–20 Budget & Council Plan on exhibition

Draft 2019–20 Budget & Council Plan on exhibition

Cardinia Shire Council invites community feedback on the draft 2019–20 Budget and draft amended Council Plan until 5pm on Wednesday 15 May 2019.
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Have your say on the draft Worrell Reserve Masterplan

Have your say on the draft Worrell Reserve Masterplan

Cardinia Shire Council is seeking community feedback on the draft masterplan for Worrell Reserve, Emerald until 5pm, Sunday 26 May 2019.
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Upcoming hard and bundled green waste collection

Upcoming hard and bundled green waste collection

Cardinia Shire Council’s residential hard and bundled green waste collection starts in Zone 1 on Tuesday 23 April 2019. The collection will run through five zones across the shire over five weeks.
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Excitement revs up for Cranbourne GP Run

Excitement revs up for Cranbourne GP Run
Casey City Council 18 Oct 2018
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Council welcomes $169 million Hall Road upgrade

Council welcomes $169 million Hall Road upgrade
Casey City Council 18 Oct 2018
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Bunjil Place first year highlights shine in 2017-18 Annual Report

Bunjil Place first year highlights shine in 2017-18 Annual Report
Casey City Council 17 Oct 2018
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Public Notices 18 April

Public Notices 18 April

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Colac Otway to launch Homage to the Anzacs on Friday

Colac Otway to launch Homage to the Anzacs on Friday

Colac Otway’s Homage to the Anzacs light projection show will be launched on Friday, with thousands of people expected to visit Colac’s Memorial Square over the Easter weekend and the lead-up to Anzac Day.
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Fruit Bat Relocation Program to start

Fruit Bat Relocation Program to start

Colac Otway Shire will soon start providing a regular online update on the progress of its Fruit Bat Relocation Program as it works with relevant authorities and interest groups to develop and implement a management plan.
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Go screen free for a chance to win $500

Go screen free for a chance to win $500

COULD you survive a day without your electronic devices if it meant your school got $500?
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Family Day Care gardening efforts bear fruit

Family Day Care gardening efforts bear fruit

The children at Family Day Care McNicol Street venue in Camperdown have literally been enjoying the fruits of their labours in their edible picnic garden.
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Youth Council seeks community representatives

Youth Council seeks community representatives

Young adults aged between 19 and 25 are invited to nominate for one of two new community positions on the Youth Council.
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Take a stroll into the village

Take a stroll into the village

The extension of the Metung Boardwalk has been completed and Easter school holiday visitors and locals alike are making great use of the new boardwalk to take in the beautiful scenery of Metung.18/04/2019Find out more ...
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New birch trees to be planted

New birch trees to be planted

Residents who frequent the Nicholson Street area of the Bairnsdale CBD, where the streetscaping works are occurring between Service Street and the Nicholson Street Mall, may have noticed the birch trees were removed this week from the roundabout near the Bairnsdale Library.16/04/2019Find out more ...
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Dust suppression program targets 27 roads

Dust suppression program targets 27 roads

East Gippsland Shire Council has identified 19 gravel roads to be part of its dust suppression program this financial year, funded through council’s capital works program.15/04/2019Find out more ...
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Special Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday 8 May 2019

Special Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday 8 May 2019

To hear and consider the public submissions relating to the proposed Annual Budget for 2019/20.
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Council is conducting a prescribed burn today in Gumnut Reserve, Langwarrin

Council is conducting a prescribed burn today in Gumnut Reserve, Langwarrin

Smoke and embers may affect Gum Nut Drive and Potts Road, Langwarrin.
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Enjoy your time, but be aware of liquor laws

Enjoy your time, but be aware of liquor laws

Gannawarra Shire Council residents and visitors to the area are encouraged to enjoy their time in the Shire during the Easter long weekend, but be aware of Council’s liquor laws.
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2019/2020 Proposed Budget

2019/2020 Proposed Budget

More than $10 million in capital works and a rates increase that complies with the State Government’s Fair Go Rates System highlights Gannawarra Shire Council’s 2019/2020 Proposed Budget.
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Beyond the Battle at Cohuna

Beyond the Battle at Cohuna

Residents will have their chance to watch a documentary featuring stories and images of Gannawarra’s Servicemen and Servicewomen leading into ANZAC Day.
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Published on 15 April 2019
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Published on 15 April 2019
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There is still time to submit an application for Council’s 2019–2020 Community Grants Program.
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Engineering survey and design of Osbornes Flat Road

Engineering survey and design of Osbornes Flat Road20/09/2018Find out more ...
Indigo Shire Council 20 Sep 2018
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Indigo Weekly Update 14 September 2018

Check out what's been happening at Indigo Shire this week.14/09/2018Find out more ...
Indigo Shire Council 14 Sep 2018
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A trail to a great future

The start of one of the biggest infrastructure developments in Indigo Shire was officially launched today by Jaclyn Symes, MLC Northern Victoria.13/09/2018Find out more ...
Indigo Shire Council 13 Sep 2018
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Council purchase to improve pedestrian access to Moorabbin Reserve

Access to the state-of-the-art Moorabbin Reserve sporting precinct will be even easier, following Council’s purchase of 2 Horscroft Place, Moorabbin.
Kingston City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Call for Federal candidates to support local projects in Kingston

Kingston Council is calling on federal parties to invest in key local projects including sporting infrastructure, public transport and support for industry in the lead-up to the Federal election on 18 May.
Kingston City Council 14 Apr 2019
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Annual event to be held in Clayton South from this October

Following a review of Council’s Festivals program, residents can look forward to the addition of a North Ward event from this October.
Kingston City Council 12 Apr 2019
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New plan sets a vision for Kyneton transport movement network

New plan sets a vision for Kyneton transport movement network

How would you like to get around Kyneton, both now and into the future?
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New kerbside bins on the way for Romsey and Riddells Creek

New kerbside bins on the way for Romsey and Riddells Creek

Residents in Romsey, Riddells Creek and surrounds will be the first in the shire to receive new black-bodied kerbside bins when the rollout begins in May.
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Anzac Day services and road closures

Anzac Day services and road closures

Macedon Ranges Shire Council encourages visitors and residents to remember the service and sacrifice of the men and women who have served our country on Anzac Day, Thursday 25 April.
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A safe and Happy Easter from all of us at Maroondah City Council

Over Easter why not take the opportunity to get out and about in Maroondah.
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Maroondah commemorates ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day activities will be taking place throughout Maroondah this ANZAC Day, Thursday 25 April.
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Morning melodies: Caruso to Carreras at Karralyka

Karralyka brings you Caruso to Carreras – The Great Tenors as part of its Toe Tapping Tuesday series.
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A third kerbside bin for food scraps would be distributed to 700 City of Melbourne residents to test how a domestic food waste collection service could work in the municipality, as part a proposed Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy 2030.
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Ten young artists are being given the chance to showcase their work on Melbourne’s streets, as part of the latest Signal Sound and Screen Commissions.
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April at ArtPlay is bursting with creative workshops and artistic experiences ready for the school holidays.
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New comedy drama from Melbourne Theatre Company will resonate with all

New comedy drama from Melbourne Theatre Company will resonate with all

Melbourne Theatre Company’s (MTC) production of The Violent Outburst That Drew Me To You starts a regional tour in May visiting six regional locations including Mildura Arts Centre which is the first venue on the tour.
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The Wine Bluffs, a ‘well cellared’ comedy sensation coming to MAC

The Wine Bluffs, a ‘well cellared’ comedy sensation coming to MAC

If you love a laugh and have an interest in wine, Mildura Arts Centre has the perfect night out planned for you when The Wine Bluffs is performed in Mildura next month.
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MAC to host world-class classical group Syzygy Ensemble

MAC to host world-class classical group Syzygy Ensemble

World-class Melbourne-based chamber group Syzygy Ensemble will perform as a trio when they bring a new program of music specifically written for the Mildura Arts Centre next month.
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Heat health alert - 14, 15, 16 and 17 January

A heat health alert has been issued for Monday 14, Tuesday 15, Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 January. Activate your heat health plan and take extra steps to survive the heat. Council Outdoor Pool operation hours will be extended and you can also cool off at one of our air-conditioned libraries during open hours. Visit our heat health webpage for more information or www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/heat
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Heat health alert - 14, 15 and 16 January

A heat health alert has been issued for Monday 14, Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 January. Activate your heat health plan and take extra steps to survive the heat. Council Outdoor Pool operation hours will be extended and you can also cool off at one of our air-conditioned libraries during open hours. Visit our heat health webpage for more information or www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/heat
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Heat health alert - 14 and 15 January

A heat health alert has been issued for Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 January. Activate your heat health plan and take extra steps to survive the heat. Council Outdoor Pool operation hours will be extended and you can also cool off at one of our air-conditioned libraries during open hours. Visit our heat health webpage for more information or www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/heat
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Do you use childcare, kindergartens, playgroups and toy libraries in our City? We’re developing a ne…

Do you use childcare, kindergartens, playgroups and toy libraries in our City? We’re developing a ne…

Do you use childcare, kindergartens, playgroups and toy libraries in our City? We’re developing a new policy and want to know what you think. New closing date 7 May http://ow.ly/10La30osU8t (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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Morphogen exhibition pleases at a cellular level. (Untitled 2018 by Susan Camilleri) Read more: http…

Morphogen exhibition pleases at a cellular level. (Untitled 2018 by Susan Camilleri) Read more: http…

Morphogen exhibition pleases at a cellular level. (Untitled 2018 by Susan Camilleri) Read more: http://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/april-2019-media_8121.htm #CoPPNews (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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We’d like your feedback on our draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-21. Have your Say https://t.co/s…

We’d like your feedback on our draft Access and Inclusion Plan 2019-21. Have your Say https://t.co/s…

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Emergency markers pinpoint your location

Emergency markers pinpoint your location

This Easter, Victoria’s triple zero service is reminding people to familiarise themselves with green emergency markers when out in areas with no set addresses, such as beaches, parks and trails, in case they’re involved in an emergency. When people quote this code to a triple zero operator, it provides details including the location and GPS coordinates of the caller. Click here or visit the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority’s website, www.esta.vic.gov.au/emergency-markers, for more information.
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Council presents draft financial documents for 2019/20

Council presents draft financial documents for 2019/20

“All the Councillors are looking forward to the public information session, and we hope that people in the community will join us to find out more about Council’s planning for the next financial year,” said Borough of Queenscliffe Mayor, Cr Bob Merriman. “We have used all the communications channels available to us to make people aware of the information session and encourage everyone to come along,” said Cr Merriman. The Agenda for the April 2019 Ordinary Meeting will be available on the Ordinary Meetings page of Council’s website, www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, and at Council’s offices at 50 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff, from 5:00pm on Monday 22 April 2019.
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Community Grants applications to go online

Community Grants applications to go online

In addition to the online process, application forms can be downloaded from Council’s website, www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au, or picked up from Council’s offices at 50 Learmonth Street, Queenscliff, completed, and returned: By email to [email protected]; By mail to PO Box 93, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225; or In person at Council’s offices. The Community Grants program aims to encourage and assist community organisations to be actively involved in the community that they operate within, empower communities to become stronger and more economically, environmentally and socially sustainable, enhance leadership, and develop a sense of pride, ownership and identity within communities. Eligible projects must be managed through a legal entity such as an incorporated association, be of benefit to Borough of Queenscliffe residents, commence after 1 July 2019 and be completed by 30 June 2020.
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$8.3 Million Capital Works Program proposed for draft Budget

$8.3 Million Capital Works Program proposed for draft Budget

Tuesday, 16th April, 2019 A continued focus on strong investment in infrastructure is planned for Strathbogie Shire Council’s 2019/20 draft budget, with a proposed $8.3 million Capital Works Program.   The draft, which was released for public exhibition following the recent Ordinary Council Meeting, proposes that Council comes under the state-imposed rate cap this financial year.   Click here for the full story  
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Youth Politics Camp

Youth Politics Camp

This year, 29 young people from Alpine, Benalla, Indigo, Strathbogie and Towong Shires attended the camp in Harrietville for three days at the beginning of the school holidays. Coinciding with Victorian Youth Week, the camp focused on the environment, which is a hot topic of conversation, particularly among young people. A partnership between Alpine, Benalla, Indigo, Strathbogie and Towong Shire, this camp is the only one of its kind in Victoria and was a YACVic Rural Youth Award finalist in 2018.
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We want to hear your thoughts on waste

We want to hear your thoughts on waste

Friday, 12 April, 2019 Council has released its draft Waste & Resource Recovery Strategy which is available for public comment until 5pm Friday 3rd May, and we want your feedback! The strategy will guide the development and improvement of current waste and resource recovery practices to ensure sustainable outcomes for the collection, disposal and recovery of resources from waste generated in the shire over the next five years. To provide feedback on the draft strategy, it must be provided in writing either via email to [email protected] or by dropping in a written submission to Council Offices at 109A Binney Street.
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Balanced budget in difficult economic times

Wellington Shire Council has today released its Draft Budget 2019/20 to the community, with a fine balance struck between maintaining high standard service provision, continuation of infrastructure improvements and also acknowledging economic hardship in our region. The Draft 2019/20 Budget is now available for public feedback.
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Council continues to provide 20% farm rate discount and $1M drought recovery

Council continues to provide 20% farm rate discount and $1M drought recovery

Wellington Shire Council has allocated $1 million in its 2019/20 Budget for drought recovery and will continue its 20% discount on farming rates; the freeze on fees at the Gippsland Regional Livestock Exchange and providing free roadside grazing permits.
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Council works to eradicate prickly pear

Council works to eradicate prickly pear

Wellington Shire Council recently completed annual works to help eradicate prickly pear. Two species of prickly pear are present at a small number of sites throughout the shire including roadsides and Council reserves.
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Applications open for young entrepreneur program

Applications open for young entrepreneur program

Applications are now open for the Young Entrepreneurs in the North program (YEN), providing young innovators with support, workshops and hands-on training to start their own business or social enterprise. Read more
Yarra City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Your interactive guide to Smith Street

Your interactive guide to Smith Street

We have partnered with traders in Smith Street to showcase new developments and classic favourites in this popular precinct.  Read more
Yarra City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Your voice counts: draft budget 2019/20

Your voice counts: draft budget 2019/20

Share your feedback on our draft budget for 2019/20.  Read more
Yarra City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Yarra Glen River Circuit project receives TAC funding boost

Yarra Glen River Circuit project receives TAC funding boost

Construction of the Melba Highway pedestrian underpass at Yarra Glen will begin at the end of April and run until July, after the contract was recently awarded.
Yarra Ranges Council 18 Apr 2019
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Council’s Sassafras Stormwater project complete in time for Anzac Day

Council’s Sassafras Stormwater project complete in time for Anzac Day

Construction of the Sassafras Creek stormwater project has been completed in time for the Anzac Day event to be held on Village Green.
Yarra Ranges Council 18 Apr 2019
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Pathways for Carers Healesville walk

Pathways for Carers Healesville walk

The Pathways for Carers project offers carers of people with a disability or mental illness an opportunity to walk together and learn about events, services and supports available to carers.
Yarra Ranges Council 18 Apr 2019
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