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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.
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.
To be acknowledged by your community and the leaders of East Gippsland Shire Council is something Jack Peterson will never forget.
Best Start is a place-based initiative striving to identify alternative and successful strategies for developing evidence-based practice to improve outcomes for children.
Registrations, inspections and complaint investigation.
The Premier’s Active April encourages all Victorians to do 30 minutes of physical activity a day during April.
East Gippsland Shire Council’s will host events across the shire during National Children’s Week, including at the Bairnsdale Library and Paynesville Customer Service Centre.
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.
Local teenager Amirah Hayward has created the home schoolers catch-up and young readers group for teens at the Bairnsdale Library.
Daily updates of lost animals currently in Council's Animal Shelter.
The Annual Report gives an overview of Council's performance during the financial year.
Construction has commenced on a new accessible toilet block at the popular Apex Park playground in Lakes Entrance.

 

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