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Councillor Tania Baxter is appealing for information on the footpath.
Path pinched – but we’ll foot the bill
RATEPAYERS will be forced to foot the bill after a Beaconsfield footpath was inexplicably removed earlier this year. Councillor Tania Baxter is ap... Read More »
Bus services will continue to run along Noosaville streets after an unsuccessful petition to parliament.
There’s no stopping that bus now
THE wheels on the bus will continue to turn for Noosaville residents after their campaign to have local streets removed from bus route service 628 was... Read More »
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Donning beanie
SPRINGVALE Scouts donned beanies for brain cancer on Monday after being inspired by a brave Hampton Park boy. They were heeding the call Gold Logie wi... Read More »
beanies 2
Donning beanie
SPRINGVALE Scouts donned beanies for brain cancer on Monday after being inspired by a brave Hampton Park boy. They were heeding the call Gold Logie wi... Read More »
HARDER TIMES: Supporters of the pool''s reopening previously gathered to show support.
Olinda pool rescue confirmed
THE Olinda Community Pool Association (OCPA) finally has reason to celebrate, with the Victorian Government announcing $500,000 to repair and reop... Read More »
The lobbying has paid off - James Merlino as Shadow Minister for Education in July last year during a meeting with school council. 138644 Picture: KATH GANNAWAY
State Budget’s $2 million for Junction Primary
LABOR has come through for Yarra Junction Primary School with $2 million allocated in the State Budget released Tuesday. With both Liberal and Labor c... Read More »