April 2014 - Archived News
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From The Big Top To Hip Hop At Youth Event
If it’s always been your dream to run away and join the circus, here is your chance!
Drainage Improvements In Bass8 Apr 2014 (Tuesday)
Works to improve drainage along Lynch’s and McGrath Roads in Bass will begin next week.
Women Inspire With The Power Of One
Guests at Bass Coast Shire Council’s International Women’s Day brunch recently were left inspired and perhaps a little teary thanks to two wonderful guest speakers.
Installation Of Seatbelts On Dedicated Free School Buses
Students in Traralgon are set to benefit from a Victorian Coalition Government initiative to fit school buses with seatbelts, Member for Morwell, Russell Northe announced today.
Regional Victoria Living Expo To Showcase Morwell Electorate
• Local exhibitors showcase the best of the Morwell electorate at Regional Victoria Living Expo
• Expo encourages Melburnians to make the "Good Move" to regional Victoria
Council Investigates Surf Parade Footpath
Investigation works for a shared bicycle and pedestrian path along Surf Parade in Inverloch will begin on Monday, 14 April.
Coalition To Deliver Free Wi-Fi On Traralgon Train Services
Coalition Government to fix mobile blackspots and provide free Wi-Fi with $40M commitment across regional Victoria
• Traralgon trains get free Wi-Fi
Latrobe Valley Receives Extra Support To Help Stop Men From Using Violence
A Morwell program aimed at stopping men from using violence can now educate 75 per cent more men to change and manage their behaviour after receiving a significant funding boost from the Victorian Coalition Government,
Creative Gippsland Is Coming!
Creative Gippsland has begun the journey towards May!
Gippslanders Encouraged To Have Their Say
Gippsland residents have been invited to participate in a regional survey to help inform a review and revision of the Gippsland Regional Plan.
Smokes Clears For Kids In Bass Coast14 Apr 2014 (Monday)
Bass Coast Shire Council has welcomed the ban on smoking where children play, which came into force on 1 April 2014.
Colourful Display Here To Stay
After receiving positive comments from community members on the colourful displays in Thompson Avenue’s roundabouts in Cowes, Bass Coast Shire Council will continue the annual plantings.
$500,000 For Waterline Infrastructure In Bass Coast15 Apr 2014 (Tuesday)
Bass Coast Shire’s waterline infrastructure will receive a major boost after the State Government announced over $500,000 in funding last week.
Latrobe Crime Watch News Letter Latrobe Police Service Area April 201429 Apr 2014 (Tuesday)
Coming Events, Hot Spots Trailer Thefts Theft from cars, March NHW Communities Group Reports, Smoking Banned at Children's Play Areas, Pedestrian Safety Around Schools.
First Native Vegetation Offset Site Established
A Native Vegetation Offset Site will be established at Smiths Beach Reserve, Bass Coast Shire Council determined at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Funding Boost Will Improve Gippsland Roads
Gippsland roads will be improved thanks to a substantial Coalition Government funding boost in the forthcoming State Budget, according to The Nationals’ Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Danny O’Brien.
Clearer And Simpler Fence Laws Have Arrived In The Morwell Electorate
The Coalition Government is acting to minimise fencing disputes that are far too common in local communities, Member for Morwell Russell Northe said.
Road Renewal Work In Cowes
Bass Coast Shire Council will be starting a road renewal project on a section of Church Street, Cowes between Albert Street and Wyndham Avenue on Monday, 28 April 2014.
$80,700 To Improve Yinnar’S Art Resource Collective
• Local arts space set for upgrade of facilities
• Improvements will lead to enhanced community experience
Mayor's Message - 24 April
Anyone can be an artist, and we're fortunate to have events like art shows and music festivals in our Shire that give us all an opportunity to share in and enjoy everyone's talents.
Shared Path Construction Update
Works are continuing on Stage 1 of the shared footpath that, once completed, will stretch from Anderson to San Remo.