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  • Banyule Banner September/October 2015

    The latest edition of the Banyule Banner for 2015 should have arrived in your mailbox last week. The September/October 2015 Banner is also available online, containing a variety of articles on what we are doing and what activities and events you can get involved in including, Planning for new growth in Greensborough and Ivanhoe (page 16-17),Graffiti Management in Banyule (page 12-13) […]

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  • Help protect Banyule’s trees

    Banyule Council is calling on the State Government to increase the penalties for illegally removing trees, particularly when it is done to gain a development advantage. The current fines under the Planning Environment Act 1987 were not enough to deter people from cutting trees down without a permit. Cr. Jenny Mulholland said the fines for […]

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  • Banyule Business Awards

    Easy online voting is now open in Banyule’s inaugural business awards, the Banyule Bestbiz Awards, which will not only recognise businesses across nine categories but give their customers the chance to win $1,000. Click here to vote for your favourite business.

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  • Marriage Equality

    Banyule Council at its Council meeting on Monday 17th August 2015 supported marriage equality, irrespective of sex or gender identity, and is calling for a conscience vote on marriage equality in Federal Parliament. The notice of motion moved by Cr. Jenny Mulholland and seconded by the Mayor Cr. Langdon was supported by all councillors and […]

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  • NDIS forum at the Town Hall

    Our upcoming NDIS forum will be on Wednesday September 16th at the McCubbin Room of the Centre Ivanhoe 275 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. The program will commence at 9am with registrations open from 8:30am. Registrations for the day are now open and we have an online booking system which  you can access via this link […]

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  • VicRoads Rosanna Rd Truck Curfew community reference group

    Vic Roads is calling for nominations by Friday 21 August from local residents, traders and interest groups to form a Community Reference Group. If you are interested you will need to email Vic Roads at mnw.communications@roads.vic.gov.au or phone 9313 1147 Related: 12/08/15 “Truck ban kickback fears” Heidelberg Leader 11/08/15 05/08/15 Rosanna Road Truck Curfew Also […]

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  • Rosanna Road Truck Curfew

    On Monday night’s Council meeting I moved the following motion successfully Resolution (CO2015/257) “That: Council write to VicRoads expressing its disappointment of the lack of consultation with Council on what Council believes is a very important problem of heavy vehicles through its City. Council urgently request a briefing from VicRoads regarding the proposed nigh time […]