Nillumbik Shire Council has given the official go-ahead to an ambitious plan to protect and enhance the recreational values of a large open area in Hurstbridge.
Buses will replace trains between Clifton Hill and Macleod/Greensborough stations from 8:15 p.m. Friday, March 16 until last train Sunday, April 29 2018 due to Hurstbridge line works, including the removal of the Rosanna and Grange Rd, Alphington level crossings.
During this school holiday period buses replace trains from 8:30pm on Friday, October 6 until Sunday, October 15 on the Hurstbridge line.
Nillumbik Shire’s innovative approach has cut graffiti offences by 50 per cent in Eltham.
The State Government has announced $13.42 million to fund Victoria’s largest ever firefighting aircraft fleet for the upcoming fire season, Minister for Emergency Services James Merlino revealed today.
EXCLUSIVE. First for Communications News. When the copper telephone system is shut down across rural and regional Australia following the NBN roll-out the ability to make emergency ‘triple zero’ phone calls in an emergency such as Black Saturday will be lost. On Black Saturday the first utility lost was power. Followed in under two hours’
MELBOURNE VICTORIAN regional and rural residents lose ability to listen to emergency services radio from 2018. Emergency services radio communications using a ‘scanner’ will no longer be possible with local police and fire converting to enycrpted to digital radio technology. The ability to hear local Country Fire Authority (CFA) fire stations – or trucks – will be
GREENSBOROUGH. Nillumbik Shire has developed the Draft Domestic Animal Plan 2017-2021 following community consultation. The plan addresses statutory requirements and includes key themes Nillumbik residents identified as important including animal identification and registration, welfare issues and tourism opportunities for shire businesses such as pet-friendly accommodation. Support services for disabled and elderly pet owners are included
ELTHAM Nillumbik Shire adopted a plan to extend the Diamond Creek trail extension to Hurstbridge. At last night’s council meeting the shire adopted amendment C 108 to Nillumbik’s planning scheme. Private land will be acquired for the extension. “The project has overwhelming community support and will increase tourism [and] bring added income for local businesses