In 2019 the Kinglake Country Fair will be held at 2980 Heidelberg-Kinglake Road behind the Kinglake Ranges Centre on the land previously used as the temporary village following Black Saturday.
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Voices 4 Indi, a group that campaigned for Ms McGowan in 2013 and 2016, has placed advertisements in local newspapers calling for aspiring independent MPs to step forward.
At its meeting on 28 November 2018, Murrindindi Shire Council will consider a request to amend the Murrindindi Planning Scheme.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.