This week, Murrindindi Shire celebrated NAIDOC Week.
Murrindindi Shire has endorsed changes to local planning schemes to align with a new state planning structure.
Murrindindi Shire decided to withdraw from providing aged and disability services at its meeting on Wednesday 27 March following a strategic review of policy.
In stark contrast to Nillumbik Shire, Murrindindi Shire will endorse a withdrawal of Council from the direct provision of Aged and Disability services funded through the Commonwealth Government and the Victorian Government on Wednesday 27 March.
Following last year’s ‘Have Your Say’ survey of shire residents Murrindindi Shire Council will be ‘starting a process of connecting with the community better than in the past’ and seeking to get community members involved at an early stage, according to Deputy Mayor and Community Services Portfolio Councillor, Sandice McAulay.
Kinglake Ranges News – First for Local Business News Yea. THE Murrindindi Business Awards were held last night (July 25) at Yea Town Hall by Murrindindi Inc with support from Murrindindi Shire Council and the State Government with local businesses rewarded for their innovation, hard work and dedication. The Kinglake Pub won for Excellence in
Kinglake. Black Saturday law firm Maurice Blackburn are “very pleased to announce that compensation was distributed to personal injury claimants at the end of 2016,” whilst economic and property damage (ELDP) claimants are still waiting for payments that Maurice Blackburn “currently estimate that compensation cheques will be sent by early April 2017.” There remains “main