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Archives for April 2019

Council ‘talks up’ budget

Murrindindi Council is talking up its proposed 2019-20 budget, and says more than 50 public submissions have been received. “In September last year we trialled a new budget process and invited the community to provide ideas on what we should prioritise. We were thrilled to receive more than 50 submissions. While we weren’t able to

Council’s shared services strategy

Municipalities from around the region are considering sharing services, according to a media statement issued by Murrindindi Shire Council: Murrindindi Shire Council, at its April 26 meeting, endorsed a proposal to work more collaboratively with several other councils from around the Hume region. The proposal seeks funding from the Victorian Government to implement a transformational

‘Copter to KLW fire

An air ambulance has been sent to a fire at Watsons Rd, Kinglake West. Firefighters are also on the scene, Friday night (8.50pm, Friday)> Crime Watch Victoria says: “Ambulance paramedics are also on scene treating at least one person for burns. Ambulance Victoria has dispatched an air ambulance to the scene to assist with urgent

Kinglake v Yea. Final scores

SENIORS KINGLAKE ….. 5.5, 14.11, 26.15, 35.20 (230) YEA ……………… 1.1, 1.5, 3.5, 4.5 (29) Kinglake. Goalkickers: C. Horman 8, A. Fairchild 7, B. Robinson 6, E. Robinson 4, M. McAllister 3, R. King 3, L. Adams 2, J. Crowe, W. Graf. Best Players: J. Butterworth, B. Robinson, L. Adams, K. Douglas, R. King, C.

K’lake 230-29 wins over Yea

AFL Outer East reports on social media that Kinglake 230 defeated Yea 29 in the ANZAC Day (Thurs.) match on the Mountain. Whilst the League has a full focus on its new Premier League. Division 2 detailed scores were not available early Friday.

Did AEC forget parts of Indi?

The southern part of the Indi electorate seems to have been almost forgotten as far as early voting centres is concerned. The Australian Electoral Commission has released a list of Early Voting Centres for Indi. Those locations include Albury, Benalla, Bright, Mansfield, Wangaratta and Wodonga. Early voting starts on Monday (April 29). The southern section

Lest We Forget

ANZAC Day observances have been well attended in fine weather today (Thurs., Apr. 25) throughout the North-East.

Ballot paper order revealed

The list of candidates for the Indi electorate in the May 18 Federal Election have been announced today (Wed.) by the Australian Electoral Commission. The names will appear in this order on the ballot paper: ROBINSON, Helen. The Greens (VIC) WHALLEY, Jason Peter. Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party HAINES, Helen. Independent MARTIN, Stev.e Liberal BYATT, Mark.

Dindi should buy Carters site

OPINION: Murrindindi Shire Council has a rare opportunity to almost double the size of the Yea Shire Hall, after the Carters Milk Bar deal fell through with the Yea and District Historical Society. The Council could provide for future expansion of the Shire Hall, by acquiring the historic milk bar site alongside. A price of

Carter’s store deal off

The Local Paper understands that the Yea and District Historical Society’s bid to purchase the Carter’s Milk Bar site is off. The Society wanted to raise $300,000 to purchase the historic property, but failed to raise the necessary cash by the April 12 deadline. The Society had planned to run a museum/heritage centre on the

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