May 2015 - Archived News
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Bath Backs Better Support For Country Students
The Nationals Member for Eastern Victoria Melina Bath will back a motion calling for greater support for regional and rural students at the Victorian Nationals’ state conference to be held in Echuca this weekend.
Latrobe City To Implement Wide Ranging Campaign To Retain Asic
Latrobe City Council has expressed its concern over the decision from the federal government to open a competitive tender process to assess the viability of engaging a private operator for ASIC.
Latrobe City Welcomes Extension To Bushfire Rebuild Permits
A recent announcement from the Victorian Government to allow landowners whose property was destroyed during the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009 to remain in temporary accommodation has been welcomed by Latrobe City Council.
Nationals State Conference This Weekend
The Nationals State Conference is on in Echuca this weekend, with key leaders including Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss,
Community Supports Plan For Cowes
The Phillip Island community has yet again shown great support for the Cowes Activity Centre Plan.
Between 25 and 28 April, around 280 people attended a marquee in the Cowes Town Square to view and provide feedback on the draft Plan.
Uncertainty Remains After Preschool Funding Announcement 20 May 2015 (Wednesday)
Despite confirmation by the Federal Government of the continuation of funding for 15 hours of preschool,
Dog Consultation Underway In Waterline Areas
Bass Coast Shire Council is working with the Waterline communities to identify potential dog off-leash areas, and fair and equitable use of beaches for all users across the Shire.
Wheels In Motion For Bike Ed Instructors25 May 2015 (Monday)
Bass Coast has 11 new Bike Ed Instructors after local teachers, volunteers and Wonthaggi Police Officers completed courses at Bass Valley Primary School in April.
Council Acts To Protect Silverleaves
Bass Coast Shire Council has endorsed a drainage strategy to protect the Silverleaves area on Phillip Island from flooding at the May Council meeting.