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Entry price for the 2019 East Gippsland Field Days will be cut to $5 for this year as part of an initiative to boost community spirits while East Gippsland endures prolonged drought conditions.
Our community has been experiencing uncertain times for longer than many other regions, but no one could be prepared for what we are now facing.
Mayor Cr Natalie O’Connell had her first local community radio segment on Thursday 13 June at 1.15pm, discussing some of Council’s highlights from the past few weeks.
Registrations, inspections and complaint investigation.
East Gippsland Shire Council recently completed a review to streamline its representation on external committees.
By 2026 almost 1 in 4 Australians will be aged 60 or over. This demographic shift will have implications for health, aged and income support services.
Council will participate in a tender for a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for 100 per cent renewable electricity from July 1, 2020.
Local teenager Amirah Hayward has created the home schoolers catch-up and young readers group for teens at the Bairnsdale Library.
Volunteers from Victorian Animal Aid manage the Shelter on behalf of Council.
Immerse yourself in the world of Anne Frank at the Bairnsdale Library.
The Annual Report gives an overview of Council's performance during the financial year.


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