In stark contrast to Nillumbik Shire, Murrindindi Shire will endorse a withdrawal of Council from the direct provision of Aged and Disability services funded through the Commonwealth Government and the Victorian Government on Wednesday 27 March.
The community is being invited to have its say in making Nillumbik more inclusive for people with disability.
The end of Murrindindi Shire Council’s ‘Dindi Bulk Buy Program’ is approaching as the council encourages residents to hurry to take advantage of the value and peace of mind the program offers.
Murrindindi Shire struggling to maintain over 600 kilometres of unsealed (gravel) roads.
Police have arrested and charged three people in relation to alleged incidents of graffiti damage that occurred in Broadford between December 2018 and March 2019.
UPDATED 7.25pm: Severe thunderstorms are now happening in the North Central and parts of Central, Northern Country, North East and West and South Gippsland Forecast Districts.
UPDATED 4.15pm:The Country Fire Authority has just downgraded a Watch and Act message to Advice for a bushfire at Terip Terip and surrounding areas.
Murrindindi will consider the future of its participation in the regional tourism body, Goulburn River Valley Tourism (GRVT) at the council meeting on Wednesday 27 March.
Five people have been hospitalised following a potential salmonella (Salmonella Enteriditis) microbial contamination from ‘Bridgewater Poultry Eggs’.
More than 714,000 native fish have been released into Lake Eildon this summer, a new stocking record for popular Victorian waterway.
Four schools in Murrindindi and District set to champion a greener future thanks to Woolworths Junior Landcare grant.
Maurice Blackburn today announced it will appeal the Black Saturday Class Action tax dispute decision of the Federal Court.
Benalla Police have released images of animal rights activists who allegedly occupied Benalla Abbatoirs in the hope of identifying the two masked individuals.
Since revitalising last year the Kinglake Country Fair again kicks off tomorrow (Sunday 17 March) at 2980 Heidelberg-Kinglake Road from 10am to 5pm.
UPDATED 8pm: Murrindindi Shire today quickly issued a press release after poorly handling a problem of its own making. Director of Assets and Development, Stuart McConnell added to the problem by ‘aggravating’ social media comments further.
UPDATED. 12.30pm: Over 400 people have now signed the change.org petition to save Friday night pizza in Glenburn.
Epping teenager Zhyon Ah Chookoon was last seen at a festival in Craigieburn about 8pm on Saturday evening 9 March.
Following council’s commitment of $250,000 and state government pledging $750,000, the federal government announced Sunday $750,000 funding for the Kinglake Streetscape Renewal Project.
Australia’s high rates of forest loss and weakening land clearing laws are increasing bushfire risk, and undermining our ability to meet national targets aimed at curbing climate change.
For the first time in 20 years the Kinglake Cricket Club (KCC) today won a flag with the Kinglake Under 12s (8/97) defeating North Alphington Black (8/88) by 11 runs from 30 overs to collect the Wayne Hicks Shield at Kinglake Memorial Oval.
Kinglake will receive $750,000 from the coalition government to match Labor’s pledges in the lead up to this year’s federal election the Minister for Regional Services, Senator Bridget McKenzie announced today.
Murrindindi Shire established a tender process to set up a panel of selected media advertising providers with two year contracts to provide publication of council news and public notices.
With one of the worst starts to the road toll in many years with 60 lives lost in 2019.a man has been caught driving at 114km/h with his feet on the dashboard. Last year 44 lives were lost on Victoria’s roads.
Murrindindi Shire has launched a new ‘Grants and Contributions Program’ to streamline how and when shire businesses and community groups can apply for support.
After many requests for comment, Cameron Scott of Maurice Blackburn contacted Kinglake Ranges News with a brief statement regarding a dispute between Maurice Blackburn and the ATO: