October 2014 - Archived News
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Hazelwood Mine Fire, Brown Coal and Climate Change
Climate emergency Independent in Gippsland East Peter Gardner has criticised the shallowness of the Hazelwood Mine Fire Royal Commission.
Young Entrepreneurs From The Morwell Electorate Get Down To Business
Budding Young Entrepreneurs From The Morwell Electorate Are Invited To Learn The Ropes Of Starting Their Own Business, With Applications Now Open For The Coalition Government°¶S Getting Down To Business Program.
Barrier Breakers Set To Receive A Boost If A Coalition Government Is Re-Elected
A re-elected Victorian Coalition Government will provide $120,000 to local mental health advocacy group Barrier Breakers, Nationals Member for Morwell Russell Northe announced today.
Fire Ready Victoria Meetings Closer To Home 28 Oct 2014 (Tuesday)
Knowing what to do and where to go on a hot, dry, windy day is your best protection against a bushfire.
Discounts For Working Seniors In The Morwell Electorate
The Victorian Coalition Government will expand the Victorian Seniors Card program in 2015 to provide business discounts to more than 160,000 seniors who are still working 35 hours or more per week,
Sustainable Streetlights Shine In Bass Coast
Bass Coast Shire Councilís Sustainable Streetlighting Project is about to replace another 800 energy efficient light globes across the municipality.
Coalition Boost For Local MeníS Sheds
Two Menís Shedís in Latrobe have received a funding boost made available through the Victorian Coalition Governmentís $4 million Strengthening Menís Sheds Program.
Nominate Now For The 2015 'Having A Say' Conference
Bass Coast Shire Council will sponsor two people to attend the Having a Say Conference, held from 4 to 6 February 2015 in Geelong.
Children Learn To Look Left And Right
Primary school and kindergarten students in Bass Coast are learning to cross the road safely with the help of Bass Coast Shire Councilís Crossing Supervisors.
Community Invited To Comment On Aquatic Centre Design
Bass Coast Shire Council is seeking the communityís input on the proposed redevelopment and expansion of the Bass Coast Aquatic and Leisure Centre.