I love working with like-minded people (both from within the Council and the wider community) who just want to get on with the job of advocating for our wonderful vibrant Shire.
Murrindindi Shire Council submitted a response to the Victorian Government’s ‘Sustainable Animal Industries Consultation Paper’ last week.
Murrindindi Shire is urging the community to get behind the 2018 Australia Day Awards and recognise someone they know who makes a difference in our community.
I love being continually surprised and constantly learning about the wonderful events, people and hidden gems that are in our shire.
Murrindindi Shire Council today announced the appointment of new CEO, Mr Craig Lloyd.
Mr Lloyd will take up the CEO role on January 8, 2018.
Murrindindi Shire Council urges residents to plan ahead for this coming fire season.
The 40-year fight over where the missing ‘north-east link’ of the Metropolitan Ring Road (M80) will be built continues.
Banyule City Council told the North East Link Authority it prefers ‘corridor option c’, whilst Nillumbik Shire Council told the authority it prefers ‘option a’.
In May 2017, Murrindindi Shire Council adopted a Statement detailing views about future management of the Central Highlands Forests.
Murrindindi Shire Council asks residents to ensure their dogs are securely confined to their properties at all times.
YARRA RANGES. Melbourne Water have proposed changes to flooding overlays for parts of the Yarra Ranges considered susceptible to flooding. Overlays are a planning control designed to control development in relation to a particular issue, such as heritage, bushfires, or flood risk. Mapped in planning scheme maps overlays also have an ordinance describing how the