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Ready For School: Three-Year-Old Kinder Applications Open
Footpath works on Anderson Street in Euroa
Nagambie-Locksley Road level crossing closure
Strathbogie cuts costs and emissions
Vandalism to 18 trees in Seven Creeks Park
Avenel-Longwood Road lane closure July – September
Chief Executive Officer recruitment underway
Local youth pass bill to ban single-use plastic bags
Cure Brain Cancer film fundraiser
Help plan for health and wellbeing of our children
Tales from Kimberley for NAIDOC Week
Monday Funday for youth in Strathbogie Shire
Strathbogie Shire Council responds to VAGO Audit findings
$79,000 Community Grants Program endorsed
Resignation of Strathbogie Shire CEO and Council’s response to VAGO Report
2019-20 Budget and revised Council Plan endorsed
Audit findings highlight need for improvement
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Customer Service at Council exceeds state-wide average
Food recall: Coles and Pauls Milk
State Memorial Service Robert Hawke AC
Detox Your Home of unwanted chemicals
Investing In Infrastructure For Victoria’s Kinder Roll-Out
Solar installations at Council buildings
Food Recall: “It’s Vegan Gelato: Gluten and Dairy Free”
Passing of Former Councillor Peter Woodhouse
Kindergarten For All Three-Year-Old Children In Victoria
Keeping Our Promises And Delivering For Regional Victoria
Upgrade to Seven Creeks Park improves accessibility
Blue Green Algae Warning for Lake Nagambie
Construction Underway at Nagambie Recreation Reserve
Supporting Victorian Producers To Shine
Toolamba Bridge refurbishments about to commence
Australian wineries put on a show from Orient to Occident
Southern Aurora Memorial Garden Officially Opened
Engaging With Rural Councils And Communities
Ready For School: Kinder For Every Three-Year-Old
New Advisory Council Steps Forward For Young Farmers