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  • Community lockout from planning matters to end

    11:32' 23-03-2017

    Community lockout from planning matters to end

    Brimbank City Council is taking action to ensure that the community is not locked out of consultations about future developments in an Activity Centre Zone such as Sunshine.

  • Metro Tunnel Work To Ramp Up In April Construction Blitz

    11:30' 23-03-2017

    Metro Tunnel Work To Ramp Up In April Construction Blitz

    Major work is set to ramp up next month on Australia’s biggest public transport project – the Metro Tunnel – with extensive geotechnical investigations now complete.

  • Looking at the future of the former Keilor Library site

    18:58' 22-03-2017

    Looking at the future of the former Keilor Library site

    A Community Consultative Committee will be established to help determine the future use of the Keilor Library former site in Kennedy Street, after the library relocates to its new address in April.

  • New Laws To Stamp Out Violence At Public Events

    18:55' 22-03-2017

    New Laws To Stamp Out Violence At Public Events

    The Andrews Labor Government today introduced new public order laws and harsher penalties to stamp out violence at protests or public events.

  • Police investigate Reservoir attempted robbery

    18:51' 22-03-2017

    Police investigate Reservoir attempted robbery

    Police are appealing for public assistance following an attempted robbery in Reservoir earlier this week.

  • Working together to improve understanding of Australia's earthquake hazard

    12:02' 21-03-2017

    Working together to improve understanding of Australia's earthquake hazard

    Geoscience Australia has welcomed experts from across Australia and New Zealand for a workshop to share their knowledge and perspectives on seismic hazard in Australia, for input into the next iteration of the National Seismic Hazard Assessment.

  • Arrests made after aggravated burglaries in North West suburbs

    12:00' 21-03-2017

    Arrests made after aggravated burglaries in North West suburbs

    Three 15-year-old boys have been arrested following a series of aggravated burglaries at homes in the north west suburbs yesterday.

  • Desal Flows To Secure Melbourne’s Water Supply

    11:58' 21-03-2017

    Desal Flows To Secure Melbourne’s Water Supply

    The first water from the Wonthaggi Desalination Plant has begun to flow into the Cardinia Reservoir helping to deliver water security for Victoria.

  • Police investigate Springvale tools theft

    11:56' 20-03-2017

    Police investigate Springvale tools theft

    Police are investigating following a series of thefts at a hardware store in Springvale since January.

  • New portfolio arrangements for the Arts

    11:54' 20-03-2017

    New portfolio arrangements for the Arts

    The Turnbull Government has announced changes to Arts portfolio funding arrangements, with the transfer of the majority of funds from Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund to the Australia Council.

  • Government Doubles Down With $1.6m On Foster Carer Recruitment

    11:51' 20-03-2017

    Government Doubles Down With $1.6m On Foster Carer Recruitment

    The Andrews Labor Government will invest a further $1.6 million to continue a successful recruitment campaign to attract more foster carers to help children in out-of-home care.

  • Child protection crisis worsening

    12:11' 17-03-2017

    Child protection crisis worsening

    The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report released today, Child protection Australia 2015-16, shows the number of children in the out-of-home care system in Australia has increased to 46,448 in 2015-16 up from 43,399 the year before.

  • Council welcomes a fair go for our schools

    12:09' 17-03-2017

    Council welcomes a fair go for our schools

    Brimbank Mayor Cr John Hedditch has applauded the State Government’s funding announcement of $200,000 for the Jackson Street St Albans Special School and has called for further education investment.

  • Walking for Willpower

    12:06' 17-03-2017

    Walking for Willpower

    An exciting new walking program will help bring the natural world to life for people with vision impairments – while providing opportunities to build social connections.

  • Victoria Home To Telstra’s 100th Mobile Blackspot Tower

    11:41' 16-03-2017

    Victoria Home To Telstra’s 100th Mobile Blackspot Tower

    Residents and visitors to Culla, in Victoria’s south west, will see significant improvements in mobile coverage and connectivity from today as the area became the 100th nationally to receive a new mobile tower under Telstra’s rollout of the Commonwealth’s Mobile Black Spot Program (MBSP).

  • Supporting New South Wales disaster affected communities

    11:39' 16-03-2017

    Supporting New South Wales disaster affected communities

    New South Wales firefighting capability has been tested this bushfire season, with the state experiencing the most extreme fire danger conditions on record.

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