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2016 marks the 150th anniversary of the ‘Journey to the G’, when the Australian Aboriginal Cricket Team travelled from Harrow in Western Victoria, through our Shire to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, to play their first match against the Melbourne Cricket Club on Boxing Day 1866.
Geoff Howard MP, Member for Buninyong, officially opened two important projects at the Woady Yaloak Recreation Reserve on Monday 29 August: the BMX Upgrade and the new Female Change Facilities.
It has come to our attention that there was an error in the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) information that we included on the reverse of our ‘Your rates explained’ brochure, which was included with the recent Rate notices.
The President and members of the Scarsdale Country Women’s Association presented oral hygiene packs to the local Maternal and Child Health nurse Irena Kempski on Friday 22 July at the Smythesdale Maternal and Child Health Centre.
Geoff Howard MP, Member for Buninyong officially opened four projects in Golden Plains Shire on Monday 22 August, with Smythesdale and surrounds, Dereel, Enfield, Haddon and Lethbridge the main townships set to reap the benefits.
On 16 August, Council said a huge 'thank you' to past and present Community Coordinators and other volunteers involved in Community Planning over the last 15 years.
Council would like to advise residents and ratepayers that the Bannockburn Customer Service Centre and Bannockburn Family Services Centre will have a change of power supply on Wednesday 17 August 2016. No impact to our services is expected.