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Where to vote on Election Day

The below locations are open from 8am to 6pm on 21 May for voting: St Thomas More Primary School, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave. Belgrave South Primary...

McMahons Road and Burwood Highway intersection upgrade to cost $30 million

The signalisation and upgrade of a busy intersection at Burwood Highway, McMahons Road and Clyde Street in Ferntree Gully will set the Victorian State...

Electrification could save Casey households thousands

Households in Casey could save as much as $5,460 a year by switching to renewable-powered electrification of homes and vehicles, according to data from...

Film Festival showcasing lived experiences of hearing loss coming to Belgrave

A travelling film festival showcasing the work of those in the Deaf Community will be coming to Belgrave’s Cameo Cinemas this Winter after its...

Over 55s in the Dandenong Ranges are getting active at free pilates classes

Free pilates classes have taken the Monbulk Living and Learning Centre by storm as over 55s come together to get their bodies moving and...

Puffing Billy Railway volunteers creating history more than a century on

Puffing Billy Railway is celebrating National Volunteer Week this year with the theme Better Together and recognising the work of the more than 300...

Community art exhibiton to be help as part of storm recovery

The Hills Creative Alliance (HCA) will be holding a community art exhibition on Fridays and weekend afternoons in June and July at the Kawarra...

Electrification could save Casey households thousands

Households in Casey could save as much as $5,460 a year by switching to renewable-powered electrification of homes and vehicles, according to data from...

2023 kindergarten enrollments now open

Kindergarten enrollments for 2023 are now open, with the State Government hoping every Victorian family will have access to funded kinder for three and...

Cardinia Shire heritage grants now open

Cardinia Shire Council has announced its heritage grants 2022-23 program is now open for applications. The program helps identify, preserve, manage and promote Cardinia Shire’s...

Victoria the first state to ban the public display of the Nazi symbol

The Victorian Government has introduced the Summary Offences Amendment (Nazi Symbol Prohibition) Bill 2022, which would make it a criminal offence to intentionally display...

Victorian Government announce grants for creatives

The Victorian Government has announced the Creative Neighbourhood Infrastructure Support Program to provide grants for infrastructure upgrades that enable creatives to develop and present...

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Where to vote on Election Day

The below locations are open from 8am to 6pm on 21 May for voting: St Thomas More Primary School, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave. Belgrave South Primary...