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Mayor’s excuse disabled

by Brooke HaffendenFORMER Whittlesea councillor Christine Stow has called out Mayor Kris Pavlidis for parking in a designated disabled space while attending the launch of a café for people with intellectual disabilities.On Friday, November...

Cr Anderson mayor for second term

CR JENNIFER Anderson has been elected Macedon Ranges’ mayor for a second term. Councillors voted unanimously at this week’s special meeting to return Cr Anderson to the mayoral chair and again decided that the role...

New mayor for Whittlesea

SOUTH West Ward’s Cr Kris Pavlidis has been elected as the new City of Whittlesea Mayor, with Whittlesea’s youngest-ever councillor Emilia Lisa Sterjova elected as deputy mayor.Both councillors were elected on Thursday night, November...
Floraide Ceremony

Saying it with flowers

Kilmore Hospital CEO Sue Race, Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes, Member for Euroa and Deputy Leader of The Nationals Steph Ryan and Deputy Mayor Cr David Lowe were in attendance at the event...
tom-joseph

Advocate for change

New North Ward councillor Tom Joseph was sworn in at an official ceremony last Tuesday, October 10.Following the signing of the Councillor Code of Conduct, Cr Joseph addressed the room.Acknowledging the remarkable life of...
Beveridge Community Centre

New mega centre for Beveridge

CONSTRUCTION of a vibrant community hub in Melbourne’s booming northern growth corridor has begun, with works starting on the $6.74 million Greater Beveridge Community Centre. The multi-purpose community centre will include two kindergarten rooms, two...

No to recorded council meetings

Recordings of Mitchell Shire Council meetings will not happen – even on a trial basis following a decision at last week’s council meeting. Councillors were discussing a report prepared subsequent to a Notice of Motion...

Cuts concern council

Recent cuts to the Growing Suburbs Fund in the 2017/18 State Budget will have a negative impact on the social strength and resilience of more than 1.3 million residents, and is likely to cost...

Sister act

IT is no wonder newly sworn in Mitchell Youth councillor Vivien Flannery is as passionate about community work as she is, when you consider the example she has been set. Following in the footsteps of...

Australia Day alive and well

Australia Day is alive and well in Mitchell Shire with council’s commitment to growing the day which features community events in just about every town in the shire. A its August meeting, council voted to...