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Protecting our heritage

By Carmel Stapleton / May 22, 2020

Heritage places are part of the rich tapestry of who we are as a community and help to connect us to our past.
It’s why we want to give some of our most precious buildings and precincts an extra layer of protection.

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As temps plummet, protect your home from fire

By Liam McAleer / May 18, 2020

The risk of fire is severely heightened during the colder months with the increased use of appliances such as heaters and electric blankets. Find out how to protect your home.

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What does easing of restrictions mean for you?

By Liam McAleer / May 15, 2020

Check out our handy guide to let you know exactly what the easing of restrictions looks like in Moonee Valley.

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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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Treat yo mama with our 2020 Mother’s Day guide

By Liam McAleer / April 30, 2020

For most of us, Mother’s Day is going to look a little different this year. But that doesn’t mean you still can’t treat that special person in your life.

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Statement from Mayor, Cr Samantha Byrne – CEO position

By Maddy Majer / April 30, 2020

Chief Executive Officer, Bryan Lancaster, has advised Council he will not seek a renewal of his contract for a further term as CEO at Moonee Valley City Council.

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Commemorating ANZAC Day 2020

By hdavis / April 29, 2020

This ANZAC Day we gathered together in spirit and showed our respects in different ways

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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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Community rallies around Little Sister during the pandemic

By Samantha Irvine / April 28, 2020

The owners of the Keilor East cafe have vowed to put up a fight to keep the business going.

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