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Media Releases

Moira Shire Council media releases provide a commentary on issues of importance to the community and Council.

Media releases are maintained on this site for 12 months after distribution.  For media releases published more than 12 months ago, contact Moira Shire Council Communications and Media Officer, Nathan Anderson on 0427 927 943 or email info@moira.vic.gov.au. 

 

Friends of Kinnairds Wetlands

Publish Date:  04/08/2017

Following the unanimous endorsement of Moira Shire Council, nominations for community members to be a part of the newly formed Friends of Kinnairds Wetlands group are now open
Become an environmental champion

Publish Date:  04/08/2017

Moira Shire Council is calling for nominations for two community representatives to be a part of the Environment Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC).
Moira Shire has extended the deadline for providing feedback on its draft Visitor Services Strategy until 1 September 2017.
Moira Shire Council’s new Council Plan is a road map for tackling the challenges highlighted by the release of the 2017 Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey.
Keep your pet's details up-to-date

Publish Date:  10/07/2017

Moira Shire Council is urging almost 500 of the shire’s 6500 pet owners to follow up their outstanding annual pet registration to avoid potential fines.
Concreters, plumbers and gas fitters, electricians, painters, arborists and building maintenance contractors have until Wednesday 26 July to submit their tender application to join Moira Shire Council’s new Asset Maintenance Panel.
Choosing the right landscaping is important for privacy, amenity and security and can make or break a development.
Over the next six months, more than 1000 Moira Shire teenagers will be offered free, lifesaving Meningococcal vaccinations.
Smoking will soon be off the menu

Publish Date:  05/07/2017

Local businesses and event organisers are encouraged to come along to a local information session to ensure they understand the changes to smoke-free dining that begins on 1 August 2017.
With NAIDOC week underway, Moira Shire is encouraging residents and visitors to get involved in the activities taking place across the Shire.
Wide mouth bins encourage recycling

Publish Date:  30/06/2017

A simple change to a recycling bin outside the Cobram Post Office has increased use by 700%.
Moira Shire is seeking community feedback on its draft Visitor Services Strategy that recommends a comprehensive makeover of Council’s current mix of locations, services and programs.
Moira Shire Council confirmed today that it has engaged the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) to conduct the Yarrawonga-Mulwala Bridge Plebiscite.
Are you passionate about Moira’s tourism potential? Do you want a career in tourism?
We are currently developing our Municipal Wellbeing for All Ages Strategy and we want to hear your feedback to assist us in the development of the strategy.
Community members across the Moira Shire are encouraged to join their local committees to manage a range of local community halls, recreation reserves and showgrounds and other facilities.
Moira Shire is seeking feedback from business, retailers and the community on its draft retail policy frameworks for Cobram and Yarrawonga.
A two year Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF) monitoring program will commence this week with traps installed in selected locations in Cobram, Shepparton, Mooroopna, Tatura and Kyabram.
'Think Twice' about Ice

Publish Date:  05/06/2017

Parents, teachers, carers and community members wanting to tackle the impact of the drug ‘Ice’ on the local community are encouraged to attend public forums in Numurkah, Cobram, Yarrawonga and Nathalia this month.
Cobram’s Manto Produce is Moira Shire’s Business Champion for 2017.
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