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Purple bin to collect glass

By Lachlan Ellis Looking more like a scene from the Wiggles, there is another coloured bin being added to the growing yellow, red and green...

Industrial action ends with pay increase

By Lachlan Ellis Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) negotiations between Moorabool Shire Council and the Australian Services Union (ASU) have come to an end, with Council...

A plan that not everyone rates as good

By Lachlan Ellis It was ‘take-two’ at the July Ordinary Meeting of Council, as the Revenue and Rating Plan came before Council, again, after being...

Union standing firm on pay rise

By Helen Tatchell A stop-work barbeque was held outside the Lerderderg Library last week, with around 40-Moorabool Shire Council employees ceasing work to hear from...

Budget goes back to the drawing board

By Lachlan Ellis Although the 2021/22 Budget was ‘just’ approved at last week’s Special Meeting of Council, the ‘Revenue and Rating Plan’ was not –...

Tags to educate recyclers

Placing the wrong items in recycling bins is an issue across Australia, but Moorabool Shire Council is introducing a new ‘bin tagging’ initiative to...

Lights, netball, action

By Lachlan Ellis The pandemic meant 2020 was a write-off for local sport, but 2021 has seen the light shine on Darley Football Netball Club,...

Logo or no-go?

By Lachlan Ellis The current Moorabool Shire Council logo is almost 20 years old, and Council is preparing to adopt a new logo to represent...

Works begin on cycling and walking corridor

Moorabool Shire Council is promising an easier, car-free commute into Bacchus Marsh as it begins construction of the Aqualink cycling and walking corridor. To read...

Council questions agricultural land plan

By Lachlan Ellis A State Government plan, that could see landowners with more than 40 hectares of land banned from building dwellings on the property,...