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Covid-19

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Ready to go on the road to recovery – find out how we’re moving Moonee Valley towards a COVID normal

As the recovery phase begins, we are working hard to support our community and local businesses.

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Why eating bánh mì makes you a hero (by keeping a Moonee Ponds local in a job)

Ba Sar has a local first approach – live local, buy local, hire local

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Shout out to 11 local restaurants that fed emergency service workers at the Flemington Estate

Spoiler – Laksa King was on the menu.

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New jobs for Moonee Valley

More than 60 new jobs will be created in Moonee Valley under the Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria fund.

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These wonderful Moonee Valley volunteers are making masks for neighbours in need

Seventeen local residents have sewn 40 face coverings that will be donated to older members of our community.

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Keeping the community together for the long stretch

Local business owner Kara Alessio has signed up to the Moonee Valley Business Guide as she takes her classes online during restrictions.

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Our local libraries are open for you to pick up reserved books!

Moonee Valley Libraries are excited to introduce Contactless Collection!

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Five ways we’re helping local businesses reopen their doors, outdoors

As restrictions ease, we’re thrilled more of our businesses will soon be able to open up and trade outdoors. Here’s some of the ways we’re helping locals get back to business as soon as possible.

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Managing back-to-school worries

Local experts deliver free ten-minute webinars for parents and educators

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Bike jumps and tracks at Glenbervie Station temporarily closed

Despite our best efforts to keep the area open, the makeshift bike jumps created during the pandemic at Glenbervie Station will be temporarily closed immediately due to high safety risk.