Cindy McLeish (incumbent MLA, Liberal Party) has announced an elected Liberal Government will make sure families and carers have access to respite services – no matter where they live.
Nillumbik Council is inviting nominations for the 2019 Australia Day Awards in the categories of Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year (16-30 years old), Senior Citizen of the Year (aged over 60), Volunteer of the Year, and Community Group of the Year.
Victorian Liberal Member (MLA) for Eildon, Cindy McLeish, has announced an elected Liberal Government will establish a $10 million fund to support disability social enterprises to start-up and expand, helping Victorians with a disability to gain meaningful work and build self-confidence and self-esteem.
California is burning, again. Dozens of peoples have been killed and thousands of buildings destroyed in several fires, the most destructive in the state’s history.
State Liberal Member for Eildon Cindy McLeish has announced recreational fishers and boaters will benefit from an enhanced fish stocking program and better access to Victorian fisheries, under a Liberal Nationals Government.
Long wrong again.The ACMA Register of Radio Communications Licences shows the following for Simon Templar, formerly of Healesville, who is sitting here right now, handing I an emergency VHF/UHF/Marine/Aviation/Police/Fire portable two-way radio.
Nillumbik Shire Council is leading by example and hosting a number of events to raise public awareness during 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign from 25 November to 10 December.
Since Daniel Andrews began his war on our volunteer firefighters, the CFA has lost 3534 operational volunteers, many who served on Black Saturday and have kept Victorians safe every fire season for decades.
Murrindindi Shire Council is thrilled to be able to announce a successful grant application for $300,000 from Sustainability Victoria to help us manage e-waste responsibly.
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Epping teen Jackson May.
Christmas is being celebrated in Nillumbik Shire this year with community-driven events and bespoke nature-inspired decorations.
On 29 April 1996, a then 19-year-old Michelle Jack walked into the Alexandra office of Murrindindi Shire Council for her first day of work.
A Shorten Labor Government will deliver $750,000 in funding towards the revitalisation of the Kinglake community, transforming the face of the town in the lead up to the ten year anniversary of the 2009 bushfires.
Mernda Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team detectives today released CCTV following an investigation into an incident in Mernda yesterday.
Mernda Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team detectives are appealing for any witnesses following an incident in Mernda this morning, 14 November
Whittlesea Crime Investigation Unit detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding a string of burglaries in the South Morang area.
Incumbent Member for Eildon, Cindy McLeish last week announced a Liberal-National Coalition State Government – if elected on 24 November – will establish a $2 million Returned Services’ League (RSL) Building Maintenance Fund to offer grants of up to $30,000 to support the RSL and other ex-service organisations.
Kinglake Ranges News continues to be Murrindindi Shire’s number one online news outlet with over 5,000 more readers than any other local media outlet. (August-October 2018).
The Australian’s Rebecca Urban today reported that Healesville Primary School posted advice on its Facebook page at 8.23am on Saturday that a camp due to begin today had been called off, sparking a mixed reaction from parents. While several claimed to be relieved, many described it as an overreaction.
To make it easy for customers to get into the festive spirit and plan ahead for Christmas celebrations, Woolworths is inviting Murrindindi Shire and surrounding district customers in store this weekend to sample some of their festive food favourites.
Murrindindi Shire Council is developing a Tourism and Events Strategy to enhance our Shire’s approach to attracting tourists and to increase the value of tourism to our local economy.
Two landowners in Plenty have each been fined $10,000 in the Magistrates Court for failing to protect two 100-year-old heritage-protected oak trees from being poisoned.
Murrindindi Shire Council Community Safety Officers have reported a spike in the number of complaints about excessively barking dogs.
An art exhibition and a dinner for residents are among the seven Nillumbik community initiatives collectively awarded Victorian Government grants of nearly $33,000 to mark the tenth anniversary of Black Saturday.
Did you know that more than 20 percent of Murrindindi Shire residents are active library users? In 2017/18 alone, Council’s library service loaned more than 73,000 physical resources (books, audio books and DVDs) and saw a further 8000 ebooks downloaded. That’s a lot of reading, listening and viewing!