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Golden Plains Shire Council is pleased to host a Home and Community Care Program Expo with a focus on services available for younger people later this month in Meredith.
Golden Plains Shire Council is calling on musicians, bands and solo artists to enter the Golden Plains Youth Battle of the Bands, to be held on Friday 28 June at the Bannockburn Cultural Centre.
It was a cold, grey winter afternoon but the oval of the Linton Recreation Reserve lit up as bright as a summer’s day when the new lighting upgrade was officially opened on Saturday 1 June.
Female friendly change rooms are a valuable asset at many community sports grounds and on Saturday 1 June, the Linton Recreation Reserve ticked that all-important facility box.
An eager group of young skaters undeterred by the cloudy skies were the first people to officially take to the redeveloped Smythesdale Skate Park at its opening on Friday 31 May, 2019.
It was a mild May morning in Bannockburn and the rain held off for a special event on Saturday 25 May: the official opening of two new competition netball courts and the multi-sport court at Victoria Park.
The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has released the final report of its representation review of Golden Plains Shire, recommending that in the future the Shire be represented by seven councillors – two councillors from a north-west ward, two from a central ward and
At its Ordinary Meeting on 23 April 2019, Golden Plains Shire Council adopted the final Northern Settlement Strategy, following extensive community engagement with residents in the north of the Shire.