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Mayor calls on Federal Government to honour promise on Federal Assistance Grants

Corangamite Shire Mayor Jo Beard is calling on the Federal Government to honour its promise to restore indexation of ...

Microchipping for Corangamite pets

Local veterinary clinics are offering a special deal from 3 - 7 April for residents to get their cat or dog micro-chipped for only $35 per animal.

Corangamite Shire Mayor, Jo Beard urged all pet owners to get their new animals permanent...

Mount Leura Committee calling for members

The Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf Management Committee is seeking nominations from community members interested in the future management and development of our volcanic icons.

Two positions have opened on the committee with both being casua...

Free movies

Free movies will again be screening at Camperdown’s Theatre Royal during the upcoming Easter school holidays.

Films to be screened include one of the latest offerings from DreamWorks, Trolls on Thursday 6 April at 1.30 pm, followe...

Re-establish Lake Gnotuk committee

After a hiatus of six years the Committee of Management for the Lake Gnotuk Public Reserve and Public Hall Reserve is looking to re-establish itself.

The Committee of Management will manage, improve, maintain and control the reserve on ...

Blackberry spraying in full swing

Corangamite Shire’s roadside blackberry spraying program running since December 2016 is hoped to be completed by contractors in April or May.

Environmental Project Officer Patrick Cannon said Summer was the best time of year for ...

Council continues flood recovery works

The clean-up is continuing across Corangamite Shire with works still being completed on roads, bridges and culverts following the September floods that caused major damage across the municipality.

Mayor Jo Beard said the floods created ...

Time for action

Corangamite Shire Councillors are calling for the State Government to take action on dangerous arterial roads across the Shire.

The Cobden-Port Campbell Road is quickly becoming known as one of the worst in the Shire with deteriorating ...

Age Friendly funding success

Corangamite Shire is one of five local governments to be awarded $100,000 in funding through the Department of Health and Human Services Age-Friendly Communities Grant Program.

The quality of life of Council’s aging population wil...

Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well! Autumn program open

Looking to improve your health? Interested in kick-starting a healthy lifestyle? Need advice on the benefits of healthy eating?

Corangamite Shires Autumn Eat Well! Move Well! Be Well! program, promoting the benefits of healthy eating a...