Sacked V/Line Chief Executive James Pinder had received $320,000 funds from contractor Transclean, the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission was told late last week. Mr Pinder used some of the funds as a deposit on a $2.5 million home at Williamstown, the IBAC inquiry was told.Transclean had a $40 million contract with V/Line, and a $5
Broadmeadows MLA Frank McGuire has spoken again in State Parliament about how the area is to be revitalised. “We need a plan, unity and hope. This is how we recover from a pandemic that has caused the worst global recession since the Great Depression,” Mr McGuire told the Legislative Assembly last week. “The comeback plan
Labor MLA Melissa Horne has spoken of proposed changes to the North Williamstown railway crossing. “In July 2020 I visited the Ferguson St level crossing in Williamstown North with the Minister for Transport Infrastructure to announce that its removal would be a rail-under-road design,” Mr Horne said. “Across all three rounds of consultation approximately 1800
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“Melbourne Water, South East Water and Yarra Valley Water after consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services, are lifting the Boil Water Advisory issued on Friday (Aug. 28) for all remaining suburbs. The water for all customers is now safe to drink. “Water treatment operations at Melbourne Water’s Silvan Dam have returned to
SUNDAY 12 NOON UPDATE The Boiling Water Advisory is being lifted in the following suburbs:BayswaterBelgraveBelgrave HeightsBelgrave SouthBoroniaFerntree GullyKnoxfieldLysterfieldSelbyTecomaThe BasinTremontUpper Ferntree GullyUpweyWantirna
It happens to the best of us! The North Central Review newspaper, published by the Mott family in Wallan-Kilmore-Broadford-Seymour, is pausing publication of that newspaper next week (only). The temporary pause also applies to their Whittlesea Review and (Romsey-Lancefield) Free Press titles.We know how much regret this short pause would cause to their owners and
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Boronia will benefit from a $500,000 Suburban Activity Centre investment to support projects such as minor infrastructure upgrades and maintenance, community activities and local business activation. Jackson Taylor, MLA for Bayswater, describes the investment as providing a “second lease of life” for Boronia. The injection is part of a $6 million investment in suburban and
Murrindindi Shire Council CEO Craig Lloyd reports that there are 16 new Coronavirus cases in Victoria.