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Golden Plains Shire Council was part of a working group for a Traditional Owner burning project that has taken out the prestigious ‘Government and Industry Partnership Award’ at the 2017 Fire Awareness Awards.
Now is the right time to check your property for the noxious weed serrated tussock (Nassella trichotoma). The recent rains and warm winter in some parts of Victoria have been good for crops, but unfortunately, also good for the growth of serrated tussock.
Golden Plains Shire is known to have a high population of snakes, so the following list of snake catchers might come in handy!
Remember, it is against the law to kill snakes. Fortunately, there are professionals out there highly skilled in catching snakes.
International Day of People with Disability is celebrated on Sunday 3 December.
The Victorian Government has released a discussion paper on converting waste to energy to support the development of new technologies, including anaerobic digestion – which creates biogas from food and industrial waste.
Optus mobile customers in Teesdale, Cape Clear and Haddon North are set to benefit with new mobile towers to be built by the end of 2018.
Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford today announced a $500,000 Regional Jobs and Infrastructure grant for Golden Plains Shire Council to create the vibrant community precinct and support 22 construction jobs and create 60 new jobs in the long term.