Tag: Mount Alexander Shire Council

Working towards net zero

The Mt Alexander Net Zero Working Group has been busy behind the scenes highlighting the efforts of local businesses in working towards...

Community to gather and reflect

Mount Alexander Shire Council will be recognising Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week with a number of events open to the community.

Depot gets green light

Lisa Dennis A contractor's depot will be built on farming land at Muckleford after gaining approval at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. The VCAT decision...

Bridge back on agenda

Jade Jungwirth The highly controversial Froomes Road Bridge is once again on the agenda of tonight’s Mount Alexander Shire Council meeting. At the beginning of...

A little bit of Christmas magic

Jade Jungwirth A group of local women has spent endless hours making hand-crafted Christmas wreaths to place around the townships of Castlemaine and Maldon. Seventy-three-year-old Lana...

Christmas shop controversy

Jade Jungwirth A number of Maldon shop owners have expressed outrage at a new red arrow pointing to 'Santa and the Christmas Shop' (Vanilla Spice). Traders...

Council denies permit

Jade Jungwirth Mount Alexander Shire councillors aired mixed views on the refusal of a double-storey development and two-lot subdivision opposite picturesque bushland at Castlemaine. The Parker...

Upgrade for notorious road

Lisa Dennis Walmer's notorious Fogartys Gap Road is one of 47 roads across the state to be upgraded thanks to an injection of funds from...

Improving access and inclusion

Do you want to help improve access and inclusion for people with a disability in the Mount Alexander Shire? Express your interest in becoming a...

Vaping, what you should know

While the message about the dangers of cigarettes seems to be getting across to the next generation, there appears to be an alarming new...

Drop the limit please: Residents petition council

Eve Lamb Safety concerns have prompted Campbells Creek residents to petition the Mount Alexander Shire Council calling for the maximum speed limit to be reduced...

Harcourt flood study kicks off

The Harcourt community is being asked to do its bit to help protect the local area from future flooding. The North Central Catchment Management Authority...

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