Rosary and Funeral Mass for (Mrs) Letizia Chiodo will be offered at St Luke’s Catholic Church 1A David St, Lalor on TUESDAY (Feb. 20, 2018) at 11:30am.
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Passed away suddenly at Pheasant Creek, Kinglake West. Aged 88 years.
Murrindindi Shire Council is encouraging residents to get their gloves on and get involved in the Clean Up Australia Day (CUAD) events in Murrindindi Shire this Friday, March 2 and Sunday, March 4.
In Australia, the idea of a universal basic income has floated in and out of our political arena for years, but remains only that, an idea.
For those who take only an ordinary interest in politics, the drama over citizenship and eligibility to be a member of parliament has been puzzling. Surely these people looked at the rule book, the Australian Constitution, before deciding to stand for election? Why were their nominations accepted if they weren’t qualified?
The first round of funding opens in a few weeks with Murrindindi Shire Council voting in favour of establishing a Business and Tourism Innovation Grants program – to grow investment and jobs, from new and existing businesses, in the Shire.
Works are about to commence on the construction of six Bushfire Memorials around the Shire.
Murrindindi Shire rates are due soon and there is now a new and easier “set and forget” way to pay your rates.
Heatwaves are Australia’s deadliest natural hazard, but a recent survey has found that many vulnerable people do not have plans to cope with extreme heat.
So-called “baby brain” refers to increased forgetfulness, inattention, and mental “fogginess” reported by four out of five pregnant women. These changes in brain function during pregnancy have long been recognised in midwifery folklore, but our new study has confirmed “baby brain” is a very real phenomenon, and also affects several cognitive areas.