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.
Murrindindi Shire Council is calling for names for its first recycling and reuse shops at the Yea and Alexandra and transfer stations and while it’s unlikely the names “Tippy McTipface” and Wastey McWasteface” will get a guernsey, Council is confident the community will come up with some great ideas.
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Benalla woman Rebecca Newling.
Joint Counter Terrorism Team (JCTT) detectives have charged a 24-year-old woman following an ‘Islamic State inspired’ stabbing in Mill Park yesterday afternoon.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) Company’s ‘Sky Muster’ satellite truck will return to Murrindindi Shire and visit Kinglake and Marysville on Wednesday, February 21 and Eildon on Thursday, February 22.
Eltham Police have arrested a man during a routine intercept for possessing and trafficking numerous illicit substances.
Today we remember the 173 people who perished on Black Saturday, February 7, 2009 and over 400 people with serious injuries -some of whom will never recover- from Australia’s worst natural disaster.
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?
Are you are parent or caregiver who has a child in your care?
Take the survey and go into the draw to win a family pass (2 adults, five children) to Healesville Sanctuary.