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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Archives for October 2018

New mayors at M’dindi, Nillumbik

Cr Sandice McAulay is the Mayor of Murrindindi Shire. Cr Leigh Dunscombe is her Deputy. At Nillumbik, Bunjil Ward Councillor Karen Egan has been elected as Mayor of Nillumbik Shire Council. Swipers Gully Ward Councillor Bruce Ranken has been elected as Deputy Mayor

Cash promises for Yea, Kinglake

In the lead-up to the November 24 State Election, Labor candidates today (Wed.) had promises for Yea and Kinglake. Northern Victoria MLC Jaclyn Symes and Eildon Labor candidate Sally Brennan were in Yea this morning to announce a $234,000 project at the Yea Recreation Reserve. The project will allow for female-friendly change rooms to benefit

$234,000 for Yea Rec. unisex facilities

A re-elected State Labor Government would spend $234,000 to deliver female-friendly changing rooms at the Yea Recreation Reserve. Accessible unisex facilities were announced by Labor Eildon candidate Sally Brennan and Jaclyn Symes MLC. More to come.

Record-size 100-page issue, out now

This week’s 100-page Local Paper – the biggest local newspaper ever produced in Murrindindi – is out now. Pick-up your free copy at any one of more than 70 local outlets, or click on this link to read online: https://issuu.com/mediaflash/docs/lpy181031z

Whittlesea alert: warrants issued

Police are continuing to appeal for public assistance to help locate Shaun Bourke, known to frequent the Whittlesea area. A warrant has been issued for the 37-year-old’s arrest in relation to theft of firearm offences and conduct endangering life. Police have released an image of Bourke in the hope someone recognises him and can provide

Bisset will not seek Mayoral position

Murrindindi Shire Council is set to have a new Mayor from Wednesday night (Oct. 31). Current Mayor, Cr Charlie Bisset, announced at this week’s Council meeting that she will not run for an additional term. “This will be my last Mayoral Report as I have made the personal decision to not run for Mayor for

New CEO for Darlingford Nursing Home

Debbie Rogers, Alexandra District Health CEO, will now also become the boss at Darlingford Nursing Home at Eildon. A news release was issued this morning: Debbie Rogers has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Darlingford Upper Goulburn Nursing Home in Eildon, in addition to her current role as CEO of Alexandra District Health. Ms Rogers said:

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