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Council awarded $56K for new ‘Pocket Park’ in Byron Arts and Industry
$1.5 million drainage upgrade to benefit local business and environmen
Exciting Future for Regency Golf
Blacktown City Council and NRMA Insurance in ‘shady’ tree deal
Food waste recycling service for households starts in Monash
Council condemns Bunnings decision to reject local timber
School Holiday activities to colour Your City Beyond 2020
Council’s Master Plan securing Mt Martha Bundy’s future
Special Meeting of Council
A safer journey on Rosebud roads
Council introduces new options for kerbside waste collection
New murals make an impression on Midland
Tourism boost as visitors flock to Orange in midst of COVID-19 restrictions
NSW councils call for help on growing drug and Aboriginal over-representation crisis
Library launches ‘Be Connected’ project
Stream Rocky talent straight to your living room
Kids’ activity book full of all things Warrnambool
Ballarat West Development Contributions Plan Community Infrastructure Levy increase
Yarrawonga aerodrome funding announcement
Federation University and Latrobe City sign collaborative agreement
Tourism operators provided with thermometers
State-of-the-art synthetic sports field unveiled at Rydalmere Park
Proposed Budget readvertised and submissions are now open
Liverpool launches first visitor guide
Local government employees guaranteed economically responsible pay rise over three years under new award
Live July brings arts to you
Suburban Rail Loop to stop in Cheltenham
Natimuk and District Field and Game get set up with solar
Future of Heritage Village
Acknowledging Academic Excellence
Casey’s Biodiversity Colouring Competition
LGNSW critical of new housing code being imposed on communities
Brimbank temporarily closing facilities within suburbs under State Government Stay At Home restrictions
New ministers and new areas for department
Plastic Free July in 2020
Visitor Economy COVID-19 Recovery and Activation Grants open
Watt Road Bridge Closure for Maintenance
State 3 restrictions reimposed in Moreland suburbs and what it means for our community
Community and Recreation Hub update 1 July
Yarn Bombing a Local Lane
Local faces in Working for Victoria crew
L2P is back for Southern Grampians Learner Drivers
Biodiversity colouring competition: Casey
Council continues staged re-opening of Customer Service Centres
Thermometers available for East Gippsland accommodation operators
Council announces changes to Commercial Operations directorate
Great news for new parents
QRC welcomes BMA’s $100 million innovation investment in coal