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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Adoption of Budget 2019/2020 and Council Plan 2017-2021 Year 3

Adoption of Budget 2019/2020 and Council Plan 2017-2021 Year 3

The Budget 2019/2020 and Council Plan 2017/2021 (Year 3) were adopted by Council at a meeting on 24 June 2019. 25 June 2019
Banyule Latest News 25 Jun 2019
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NAIDOC Week 7-14 July 2019

NAIDOC Week 7-14 July 2019

NAIDOC Week is held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 19 June 2019
Banyule Latest News 19 Jun 2019
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Joining forces on North East Link

Banyule, Boroondara and Whitehorse Councils have joined forces on North East Link and submitted a joint response on the project’s Environment Effects Statement (EES). 16 June 2019
Banyule Latest News 16 Jun 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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Upgrades planned for Victoria Street

Upgrades planned for Victoria Street

Works to repair, refresh and beautify areas along Victoria Street in Warragul will begin in early 2020.
Baw Baw Shire Council 06 Dec 2019
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Rawson next for Council pop-up

Rawson next for Council pop-up

Baw Baw Shire Council is popping up next in Rawson on Thursday 12 December.
Baw Baw Shire Council 28 Nov 2019
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Council Meeting Snapshot - Wednesday 27 November 2019

Council Meeting Snapshot - Wednesday 27 November 2019

To keep our community up to date with key Council decisions, outcomes and plans; here is a snapshot summary from Council’s Wednesday 27 November 2019 ordinary meeting.
Baw Baw Shire Council 28 Nov 2019
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New pavilion at Elsternwick Park

New pavilion at Elsternwick Park

The new sports pavilion at Elsternwick Park Oval 2 was officially opened on 5 December 2019. Providing...
Bayside City Council 06 Dec 2019
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New maintenance contract for Bayside

New maintenance contract for Bayside

Bayside’s streets and beaches will continue to sparkle after the signing of a new open space and infrastructure...
Bayside City Council 06 Dec 2019
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Beaumaris Reserve precinct update

Beaumaris Reserve precinct update

The Beaumaris Reserve precinct is progressively being updated. The library, U3A, playground and the community centre...
Bayside City Council 05 Dec 2019
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Ordinary Meeting of Council - change of date

Ordinary Meeting of Council - change of date

December's Ordinary Meeting of Council has been brought forward to 6pm Tuesday 17 December 2019 at the Benalla Civic Centre (Council Meeting Room), 13 Mair Street, Benalla.
Benalla Rural City 05 Dec 2019
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Strange Garden sprouts at the Benalla Art Gallery

Strange Garden sprouts at the Benalla Art Gallery

Strange Garden, which is part exhibition and part participatory workshop, by artist Eliza-Jane Gilchrist is at the Benalla Art Gallery until 2 February 2020. A visual and performance artist based in Castlemaine, Gilchrist is interested in repurposing discarded, mundane and ‘unattractive’ objects through her sculptures.
Benalla Rural City 03 Dec 2019
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North East Water hopes for a Water Wise summer

North East Water hopes for a Water Wise summer

Our climate is changing, and as we enter what’s forecast to be another drier and hotter year than average, right now is the time to start taking water conservation seriously.
Benalla Rural City 20 Nov 2019
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2020 Volunteer of the Year announced

Verna Woods was announced as the 2020 Boroondara Volunteer of the Year at our International Volunteer Day celebration.
City of Boroondara 06 Dec 2019
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New Victorian pool and spa safety standards launched

The Victorian Government has introduced new requirements to improve swimming pool and spa safety. All property owners with a pool or spa in Victoria now need to register with their local Council.
City of Boroondara 02 Dec 2019
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Find volunteering opportunities with our new portal

Find volunteering opportunities with our new portal

We have made it easier for our community to find volunteering opportunities and for organisations to find volunteers.
City of Boroondara 02 Dec 2019
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Kids Arts and Crafts - Sydenham Library

Kids Arts and Crafts - Sydenham Library

Bring the kids to a fun and festive craft session led by the Queen of Crafts herself - Ramona Barry!
City of Brimbank 12 Dec 2019
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Join a #CroakeyGO Journalism walk #HeatwaveHealth...

Join a #CroakeyGO Journalism walk #HeatwaveHealth...

Please join us for a #CroakeyGO at Sunshine, in Melbourne’s west. We are walking to raise awareness of the health effects of Heatwaves.
City of Brimbank 11 Dec 2019
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End of Year Community Lunch

End of Year Community Lunch

Join us to celebrate the year. Bookings required as places are limited.
City of Brimbank 11 Dec 2019
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Works to shortly start at the Echuca War Memorial Aquatic Centre

Media release - Works to shortly start at the Echuca War Memorial Aquatic Centre
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Pool and spa owners to register with council

Media release - Pool and spa owners to register with council
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Getting to school by walking and cycling

Media Release - Getting to school by walking and cycling
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Construction starts at Comely Banks Reserve

The first sod was officially turned on site at Comely Banks Reserve last Monday, marking the start of construction for a shared-use pavilion at the shire’s newest community and sport hub in Officer.
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Upgraded Cardinia Cultural Centre official opened

The redeveloped Cardinia Cultural Centre opened earlier in November with an official opening, Gallery launch and free family arts day marking the occasion.
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Bestchance early years services

Bestchance early years services

Bestchance has advised Cardinia Shire Council that the kindergarten services they operate within Cardinia Shire are confirmed to continue with no change to current services.
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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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Birregurra Flood and Drainage Strategy – community info sessions

Birregurra Flood and Drainage Strategy – community info sessions

Colac Otway Shire Council is inviting the Birregurra community to share their stories and local knowledge of historical flood events as part of the Birregurra Flood and Drainage Strategy project.
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New regulations to ensure pool, spa safety

New regulations to ensure pool, spa safety

New State regulations came into effect on Sunday 1 December to improve safety by ensuring pool and spa barriers meet required standards.
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Roadside slashing to continue following wet weather

Roadside slashing to continue following wet weather

The first round of road side slashing across Corangamite Shire has been completed.
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Cr Neil Trotter re-elected Corangamite Mayor

Cr Neil Trotter re-elected Corangamite Mayor

Cr Neil Trotter was elected Corangamite Shire Mayor for a second term last night, and Cr Ruth Gstrein re-elected Deputy Mayor.
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Council hits the ground running on Bullock Island

Council hits the ground running on Bullock Island

Council’s contractors have been busy resheeting and sealing the road on Bullock Island, just one week since taking over committee of management responsibilities.07/12/2019Find out more ...
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Beccy’s sign extends a Cobungra welcome

Beccy’s sign extends a Cobungra welcome

Beccy Plowman has put Cobungra on the map . . . well on a sign at least!05/12/2019Find out more ...
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Bairnsdale intersection projects improve safety

Bairnsdale intersection projects improve safety

A significant change at the intersection of Wallace and Goold streets from a crossroad to a roundabout has been implemented to improve safety for vehicles and pedestrians. 04/12/2019Find out more ...
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New Sports Academy and Centre of Excellence

New Sports Academy and Centre of Excellence

A new state-of-the-art facility will help young athletes to develop their sporting talent and pursue a specialist pathway in health sciences.
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Community Resilience Grant applications close 13 December 2019

Community Resilience Grant applications close 13 December 2019

Community groups and organisations throughout the Gannawarra have until Friday, 13 December to apply for funding through the Gannawarra Community Resilience Grants Program.
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Promoting wellbeing this festive season

Promoting wellbeing this festive season

Families visiting Gannawarra Shire Council’s Maternal and Child Health service throughout December will receive a Five Ways to Wellbeing magnet and a local hand-made soap from Windella Farm, Cohuna.
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Social Meals program set for 2020

Social Meals program set for 2020

Gannawarra Shire Council has released its Social Meals program for 2020, with events to be held in nine towns and districts from late January.
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Kinch Fine Food has been named Council’s Shop of the Year.
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Whether you’re a band, soloist, vocalist or acoustic performer, Sounds of Glen Eira is an opportunity to take your first step towards making it big in your musical career. There is still time for young performers to submit their demos before the 4pm deadline on Friday 31 May.
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Grounded in Truth: Walk Together with Courage is the theme for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2019.
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Wonderland exhibition opens at Living Arts Space

New exhibition Wonderland will open at the Living Arts Space on Saturday.
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Lyttleton Terrace Customer Service Centre on the move

The City of Greater Bendigo’s Lyttleton Terrace Customer Service Centre is on the move! From Monday December 9, you can find our new Customer Service Centre at 15 Hopetoun Street, Bendigo.
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2020 Bendigo Dining and Shopping guide launched

2020 Bendigo Dining and shopping guide launched
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Carols bring festive cheer to Harmony Square

Carols bring festive cheer to Harmony Square

Carol’s in Harmony Square will return in 2019, promising the perfect way to bring in the festive season.
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Masonic Temple to be Transformed into New Art Gallery in Dandenong

Masonic Temple to be Transformed into New Art Gallery in Dandenong

The City of Greater Dandenong is building a new art gallery right in the heart of Dandenong. The Greater Dandenong Gallery of Art will be built on the site of the former Masonic Temple (commonly referred to as the Masonic Hall) in Mason Street in Dandenong...
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Launching the Share Plte Cookbook - A Collection of Recipes from our Community to your Table

Launching the Share Plte Cookbook - A Collection of Recipes from our Community to your Table

A new cookbook called The Share Plate is being launched by Greater Dandenong Council next week, promising a celebration of food, cultural diversity and community...
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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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Community feedback to help shape improved dog off-lead areas in Kingston’s South ward

Kingston Council is looking to improve dog off-lead areas in Kingston’s south ward and is seeking community input on the plans.
Kingston City Council 03 May 2019
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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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Dogs go on leash from 1 January in the Macedon Ranges

Dogs go on leash from 1 January in the Macedon Ranges

New requirements for dog owners and dog walkers in Macedon Ranges Shire will come in to effect on 1 January 2020.
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Old toilet block in Romsey Recreation Reserve to be demolished

Work will start next week to demolish the outdated Romsey Recreation Reserve public toilet block and are due for completion by 2 December.
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Don’t be on your own this Christmas Day

Don’t be on your own this Christmas Day

How do you spend your Christmas Day? If you don’t have friends or family to be with, come along to the 12th annual Christmas lunch.
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Water Safety Week: Are your pool and spa barriers compliant?

From 1 December 2019, property owners, including landlords, will be legally required to register their pool or spa with Council.
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16 Days of Activism – Maroondah says ‘no’ to violence against women

The Maroondah community is being encouraged to support the 16 Days of Activism campaign.
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Be prepared for days of extreme heat

Make sure you are prepared for days of extreme heat by staying out of the elements and drinking lots of water.
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New beacons along Bourke and Swanston streets will send audio messages about potential obstacles to users’ phones, to help people with low vision or blindness get around the city.
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Unloved areas along the Yarra River could be transformed into world-class waterfront precincts, with park upgrades, new walkways and opportunities to create cultural and dining destinations, as part of the City of Melbourne’s Yarra River - Birrarung Strategy.
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A group of Melbourne’s most prominent universities and businesses is joining together to support renewable energy and take action on climate change.
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We're seeking your ideas for the future of the Nichols Point rotunda

We're seeking your ideas for the future of the Nichols Point rotunda

The Nichols Point community is being asked for its thoughts and ideas on the future of the town’s historic rotunda.
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Make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities

Make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities

If you want to improve the lives of people with disabilities in our municipality, why not consider joining Mildura Rural City Council’s Disability Access Advisory Committee (DAAC).
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Barka: The Forgotten River tells the story of the Darling River

Barka: The Forgotten River tells the story of the Darling River

Sunraysia is the fitting location this Thursday for the launch of a new exhibition that portrays the beauty of the Darling River and the communities that rely on it.
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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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New bins rolled out in Port Phillip recycling trials https://t.co/tDqgoP98oT #CoPPNews

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Australia Day to dawn with a Morning of Mourning https://t.co/Qa9ubQCVD2 #CoPPNews

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Rippon Lea Estate gardens free new

Rippon Lea Estate gardens free new "backyard" for Port Phillip residents https://t.co/bDMvVQPkAm #Co…

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Kerbside recycling returns to Borough of Queenscliffe

Kerbside recycling returns to Borough of Queenscliffe

“Getting our recycling system back on track requires teamwork,” said Borough of Queenscliffe Mayor Cr Ross Ebbels. “That’s why our five councils are working together on a regional recycling approach, and why we’re asking residents to take extra care with sorting their recycling.” Cleanaway agreed to work with the councils to identify local secondary markets to maximise the sustainable reuse of recyclables, with an initial focus on the reuse of glass. There are some minor changes to what can and can’t go in the yellow lid bin:  – WHAT’S IN –  Empty clean rigid plastic bottles and containers labelled 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; lids separately Clean paper and cardboard Clean steel food cans, aluminium cans and foil Clean glass bottles and food and sauce jars with their lids placed in the recycling bin separately.  – WHAT’S OUT –  Coated cardboard cartons that are used to package milk, soy milk, juice and various other liquids Bagged material in any type of plastic bag Soft plastic packaging such plastic bags, bread and frozen food bags Polystyrene packaging Plastic toys Metal pots and pans Clothing and footwear.
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Cr Ross Ebbels elected Mayor of the Borough of Queenscliffe

“I want to thank my fellow Councillors for their confidence in me, and Cr Merriman for holding the position to the highest possible standard as mayor for the past year.” “As a boy, my family and I would camp at GoLightly Caravan Park, and my first job was here in the Borough,” said Cr Ebbels, “I have a strong connection to this community, and I’m looking forward to working as Mayor to protect and improve this special place.” Cr Ebbels also outlined some priorities for his coming term as mayor. “We also need to further progress conversations with the City of Greater Geelong around the realignment of the Borough’s boundaries.” “I’m very excited and looking forward to the year ahead,” said Cr Ebbels, “I look forward to working with my fellow Councillors, Council officers and the community.” Outgoing Mayor Cr Bob Merriman welcomed the appointment of Cr Ebbels as Mayor. “A highlight this past year has been overseeing the expansion of Council’s winter activities, including the Low Light Festival.
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What does the future of our water supply look like? Share your views

This round of early community consultation forms part of a three-year program that will eventually result in the submission of Barwon Water's final Urban Water Strategy 2022.
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Stay safe on the water this summer

Stay safe on the water this summer

Locals and visitors to the Strathbogie Shire are fortunate to have beautiful waterways to enjoy during the summer period, especially the Lake Nagambie and Goulburn River waterways frequented by an influx of vessels in the warmer weather. “We are so lucky to be able to enjoy the beautiful waterways in Nagambie, and we remind our users to remain vigilant with water safety and show consideration for other waterways users, especially during the busy period,” Cr McClaren said. Strathbogie Shire Council, in conjunction with Goulburn Murray Water and Maritime Safety Victoria, is currently in the initial phase of a speed limit and zoning review of the Nagambie Lakes and Goulburn River waterways and will be out and about this summer to chat with users about current rules and ways to improve safety and recreational use of the waterways.
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Respect Women: Call it out

Respect Women: Call it out

Strathbogie Shire Council has partnered with Respect Victoria and the Municipal Association of Victoria to advocate for gender equity and respect in its workplace and in the local community, promoting the theme Respect Women: Call It Out. Council acknowledges disrespect towards women can be a difficult topic to bring up in conversation, especially in relationships, communities and in settings where attitudes and beliefs about traditional gender roles may be strongly held.  There are many ways you can respond to sexism, harassment and disrespect towards women, depending on the context and your level of confidence. These can be grouped into four key categories: > Diffuse: Make light-hearted comments or give disapproving looks > Check in: See if the target is okay > Call it out: Declare the statement or behaviour offensive and explain why it is harmful > Report: Access incident reporting systems or report to management where applicable If you or someone you know needs help or support please contact 1800 RESPECT: 1800 737 732.
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Free movies and pool parties this summer

Free movies and pool parties this summer

Celebrate the arrival of summer in style at our pool parties, with live music courtesy of local youth artists, Splinter Kiss and DJ Le Grande Fromage, free barbecue, games and giveaways. Strathbogie Shire Council Youth Officer, Andy Bell said these holiday programs have been organised in response to feedback from Council’s recent youth survey where local young people highlighted a need for more events, activities and things to do in the area. “We really encourage our local young people to grab their family, or get a group of friends together to enjoy free fun at our pool parties and cinema this summer,” Mr Bell said.
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Storytelling fun at Council libraries in January 2020

Children and young people are encouraged to visit Wellington libraries over January 2020 to participate in Council’s Summer Reading Club’s free storytelling activities. 
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Notice of Intention to Sell Land (Lot 21 Williams Drive, Fulham)

Wellington Shire Council (Council) gives notice under Section 189 of the Local Government Act 1989 (Vic) (Act) that it intends to sell land at West Sale Airport known as Lot 21 Williams Drive, Fulham VIC 3851.
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West Sale takes home national airport industry award

West Sale Airport has been recognised as Australia’s Small Regional Aerodrome of the Year at the Australian Airports Association (AAA) National Airport Industry Awards. 
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Flashback Friday: Our popular Friday's on My Mind

Flashback Friday: Our popular Friday's on My Mind

Wodonga Council's ever-popular, family-fun Friday's on My Mind (FOM) event has been on the move this year. Belvoir Park and Baranduda Reserve have already hosted the event in October and...
City of Wodonga 06 Dec 2019
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Wodonga Council extends thanks to its volunteers

Wodonga Council extends thanks to its volunteers

Wodonga has more than 8000 volunteers who each year give countless hours to a variety of organisations and causes. Wodonga Council has more than 340 registered volunteers who today, on...
City of Wodonga 05 Dec 2019
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Arts Space to pop up with Christmas craft

Arts Space to pop up with Christmas craft

Arts Space Wodonga will be returning with a pop-up event to entice and thrill craft lovers on Thursday. The team will be holding a Christmas craft pop-up at Wodonga Library from 11am to...
City of Wodonga 04 Dec 2019
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Western United Wyndham City Stadium Reaches Major Milestone

The vision to develop a 15,000-seat stadium as the home ground of the Western United Football Club has taken a major step forward with the completion of site investigations.
Wyndham City 06 Dec 2019
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Eyouth Students Graduate

New graduates and former participants of Wyndham City’s EYouth project will come together this month to celebrate their achievements as this two-year program draws to a close.
Wyndham City 29 Nov 2019
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Join In The Hive Of Youth Activity This Summer

Wyndham’s young people will be spoilt for choice during the summer holidays with the wide range free of youth activities.
Wyndham City 29 Nov 2019
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Congratulations to our Community Award winners for 2019

Congratulations to our Community Award winners for 2019

Last night we announced the winners of the 2019 Yarra Community Awards, where we celebrated the everyday heroes doing fantastic work in our community.  Read more
Yarra City Council 28 Nov 2019
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We're serious about cleaning up

We're serious about cracking down on illegal bill-posting in Yarra.  Read more
Yarra City Council 27 Nov 2019
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Urgent action needed to address homelessness in Yarra Ranges

Urgent action needed to address homelessness in Yarra Ranges

Earlier this year, following on advice from the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) Council confirmed that organisations offering temporary or permanent accommodation for homeless people would be required to obtain relevant occupancy permits to ensure buildings are safe for that use.
Yarra Ranges Council 23 Aug 2019
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Planning application for a school at 56 Edebohls Road, Narre Warren East

Planning application for a school at 56 Edebohls Road, Narre Warren East

Residents in the Narre Warren East area may have received a letter regarding an application for an education facility at 56 Edebohls Road, Narre Warren East (Green Wedge zone) which is now part of a VCAT proceeding.
Yarra Ranges Council 16 Aug 2019
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Monbulk Community Sports Pavilion official opening

Monbulk Community Sports Pavilion official opening

Construction of the two-level Monbulk Community Sports Pavilion is complete, with an official opening to be held on Saturday 17 August.
Yarra Ranges Council 12 Aug 2019
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