Two local initiatives that build on ongoing Nillumbik Shire Council projects are among those to receive a State Government Pick My Project grant.
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Nillumbik Shire Council is embarking on an exciting new project to investigate the feasibility of establishing a regional art gallery in the shire.
Here’s the program for the 2018 Foggy Mountain Music Festival (formerly Foggy Mountain Bluegrass Festival) commencing tonight at 6.30 pm with a Bush Dance and spit roast at the Kinglake Community Centre, Corner Main Rd and Extons Rd, Kinglake Central from 6.30 pm.
Following an evaluation of the condition of the Skate/BMX ramp at the Walter Moore Reserve in Eildon, Murrindindi Shire Council’s Community Assets team will be removing it.
Victorians will get a better insight into the health of the state’s waterways and native fish numbers following the launch of the Native Fish Report Card, funded by the Labor Government.
In preparation for what is predicted to be an early start to the fire season, Murrindindi Shire Council begin its Fire Prevention Slashing Program tomorrow, Monday, October 1.
Change has been in the air for some time at Murrindindi Shire Council, following the appointment of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Craig Lloyd earlier this year.
Whether you set your kids loose on the playground, enjoy a barbeque under the gazebo or like to get some ‘air’ yourself on the Skate/BMX facilities, Council wants your input on the future of Alexandra’s Rotary Park Play Space.
Yarra Junction 20.17 (137) ended its’ 28 year premiership drought at the Healesville Sports Complex on Sunday, emphatically defeating Seville 6.5.(41) before AFL Yarra Ranges becomes AFL Outer East for season 2019.
Dust of your binoculars and get your pen ready, the Aussie Backyard Bird Count is on again from October 22 to 28, 2018.