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Putting the ‘creek’ back into Moonee Ponds Creek – funding to restore part of Moonee Ponds Creek back to its natural state

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Putting the ‘creek’ back into Moonee Ponds Creek – funding to restore part of Moonee Ponds Creek back to its natural state

By Samantha Irvine / June 26, 2020

We’re excited to support a funding announcement of $5 million from the State Government to help transform a section of the creek

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King of Clippers: finding the positives in a hairy situation

By Samantha Irvine / June 25, 2020

This Moonee Valley barber is seeing first hand what happens when we embrace the ‘love your local’ lifestyle.

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Musical Interludes: Why dancing to an empty room is good for business

By Samantha Irvine / June 18, 2020

When attendance rates started dropping in February, this Moonee Valley business owner realised something had to change.

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Locals recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours List

By Samantha Irvine / June 9, 2020

Talk about #rallymooneevalley, these locals have been recognised with a Medal of the Order of Australia in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

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Flemington is getting a new park

By Samantha Irvine / June 3, 2020

The former workshop at the corner of Mount Alexander Road and Wellington Street will be transformed into a Pocket Park

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Weekend works at Newmarket Station

By Samantha Irvine / May 29, 2020

Metro has advised Council and the community it will be undertaking necessary tree pruning works around Newmarket Station this coming weekend.

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Tree planting blitz begins

By Samantha Irvine / May 26, 2020

More than 2000 trees will be planted in Moonee Valley over the cooler months to help keep our city green, healthy and beautiful.

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#RallyMooneeValley – Nerida Fearnley-Gill, Moonee Valley City Council Customer Service Administration Officer

By Samantha Irvine / May 11, 2020

For Nerida Fearnley-Gill the biggest impact of the pandemic is going from a busy open-plan office to working from home alone.

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Less traffic isn’t a licence to speed

By Samantha Irvine / May 1, 2020

It’s great to see so many Moonee Valley residents stay home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. What isn’t so good is a spike in speeding drivers on our now quiet roads.

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MICA paramedic

On the front line: Essendon MICA Flight Paramedic Ray Cornelius

By Samantha Irvine / April 28, 2020

This Air Ambulance paramedic knows a thing or two about saving lives. He’s got a simple message on how we can all be lifesavers.

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