In 2016, with the support of Australia’s largest general insurer IAG, Murrindindi Shire Council began looking at new ways to work with our communities so we can plan for the future together.
Murrindindi Shire Council maintains more than 1200 kilometres of road across the Shire. Sadly for us all, potholes are a routine and unavoidable feature on these roads.
The six-month Better Together travelling art exhibition opens next week and will springboard public consultation into Nillumbik Shire Council’s new Disability Action Plan.
Murrindindi Shire Council was pleased to award Community Grants to the Alexandra Primary School Arts Committee, Yea Water Tigers Swimming Club and Fawcett Mechanics Institute Reserve Committee of Management at its last meeting on June 27.
Murrindindi Shire now offers free domestic green waste at its Resource Recovery Centres.
Murrindindi Shire Council last week announced that Disabled Parking Permits will be free for eligible residents. Murrindindi Shire Council Mayor Charlie Bisset said Council wanted to make this service free. “In the last financial year, some 300 Disabled Parking Permits were issued by Council – including Permit renewals – so this is an important service
By now you will have heard all about Murrindindi Shire Council’s Dindi Bulk Buy Program.
By Michelle Grattan, (University of Canberra).
If David Leyonhjelm hasn’t apologised to Sarah Hanson-Young by the time parliament resumes next month, the Senate should tell him to do so.
Squished opens at the Eltham Library Community Gallery, Panther Place, Eltham this Thursday, July 5, turning the spotlight on six of Nillumbik’s emerging artists ranging in age from 18 – 20. The work is diverse, as are the different mediums used.
Following an extensive development and public consultation process, Murrindindi Shire Council formally adopted its 2018/19 Budget last Wednesday, June 27.