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Golden Plains Shire Council Chief Executive Officer, Rod Nicholls, has formally announced his retirement date after 23 years in the position, with the organisation to begin the search and recruitment process for a new leader within the next few weeks.
A group of local Year 9 and 10 students are challenging themselves, leading by example and learning a range of exciting things as part of the Western Bulldogs Youth Leadership Project.
The results from the annual Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey have delivered improvements in several key areas for Golden Plains Shire Council, while flagging further room for improvement in other areas.
Get inspired, connect with other small businesses and learn some tips from the experts in your field.
Golden Plains communities joined together last night in Rokewood for the announcement of successful grants under the Community Grants program – and to mark 21 years of the successful and popular initiative.
Trailblazers walks provide great opportunities to participate in fun group walks that help participants stay active.
Agriculture is one of the most important industries in Golden Plains Shire, generating $159M in economic output per year and employing over 2,700 people. These are the highest figures for any industry in Golden Plains.