Nillumbik Shire invites the community to a Flag Raising Ceremony and morning tea for Reconciliation Week next Thursday 30 May on the lawn in front of the civic offices in Greensborough at 10 am.
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South Morang got off to a flyer with three early goals and never looked back to defeat Mernda by 22 points at Waterview Recreation Reserve.
Kinglake Ranges News has had its best-ever month for online readership with average DAILY readership for January at 989 (AW Stats) whilst SimilarWeb shows 11,498 viewers compared to The Local Paper’s 814 views in 28 days to Wednesday, 23 January.
Following critisim that Kinglake Ranges News was ‘making up statistics’ (incorrect) and that Google Anayltics and Similar Web statistical web site data is ‘inaccurate,’ despite major corporations and Government using their services we decided to use the same data anaylsis program, AWStats, as our competitor.
Yet again independent statistics show Kinglake Ranges News is still the one with 56 per cent of the local media audience in the last 28 days.
We’re still the one despite “Gettin’ ripped off, under-paid, gettin’ sold, second hand”
… we must make ourselves more representative of the societies we aim to represent. Members of the media are increasingly drawn from the same, privileged sector of society.
Kinglake Ranges News today joined the Copyright Agency of Australia following the alleged theft of exclusive news reports and photographs, web site coding (HTML/PHP and CSS) and continual failure of some local media outlets and businesses to provide legally required attribution and payment for use of published works.
The first round of funding opens in a few weeks with Murrindindi Shire Council voting in favour of establishing a Business and Tourism Innovation Grants program – to grow investment and jobs, from new and existing businesses, in the Shire.