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Visitor Services to reopen
Hobsons Bay cements itself as Creative City during social isolation
Council helps people live independently longer
TEQSA & ASQA Regulatory Convergence Call – It’s time to cut red tape
Council formalises call for action on Murray-Darling Basin
Library to open for click and collect
Proposed Seymour Levee directions report
Streaming success: Karralyka to bring second live-stream event to at-home audiences
Progressive reopening of services and spaces continues
Gradual re-opening of Council venues and facilities
Attractions & Experiences to Open in Phase 3
Kingston Council and industry leaders join forces to support local businesses during COVID-19 crisis
Port of Sale, pools and libraries to re-open
Delivering financial support to community a key part of Kingston’s Draft Budget
Commercial ratepayers can now apply for financial hardship status
Bus shelters get an upgrade
Council facilities to reopen on Monday
Oasis project to roll out carpet
Tidy up for winter with hard waste service
Accessible water sports pontoon for Wimmera River
International day of UN peacekeepers
Works begin on Stage Two Safer City Camera Network
Further consultation on proposed cat curfew
Council continues COVID-19 response
Unspeakable Gross Cruelty to Dingoes by Victorian Bow Hunters
Work begins on Franklin Road intersection safety upgrade
New location for proposed Upwey Men’s Shed to be investigated
Carparks opening & extra security measures for Main Beach carpark
Works to start on lighting Horsham’s river tracks
Emergency grants awarded to community groups
Community signage footpath decals: Latrobe City Council
Tallow Creek to benefit from improved entrance management
LGNSW announces new chief executive
Three important conversations on Helensburgh – Wollongong
Casey volunteers supporting our community
Lake Brunner’s Mount Te Kinga to go Predator Free
City of Casey set to get $1.6m for local roads and community infrastructure projects
Proposal to amend Council Plan 2017-21
Disaster preparedness goes mobile in Townsville
Early works take off on Toowoomba’s new regional trade centre
Quick Response Grants pool expended
Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding by City of Ballarat and Ballarat Botanical Gardens Foundation
Council upgrading troublesome intersections
Draft budget features $1.1 million pandemic support fund
Community groups benefit from Council’s COVID response
Calling local artists, performers and musicians across Greater Shepparton
Statement regarding cancellation of 2020 Stawell Gift
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