Corangamite Shire Council

  • Fire resilience six months on

    RESILIENCE following the St Patrick’s Day fires remained strong this week, as members of the Terang and district community came together for a barbecue.

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  • Making way for horse “resort”

    THE Terang Harness Racing Club stables and facilities could be set for a facelift soon.

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  • Brighter future for recreation

    THE Bloods were excited to train under new lights after new lighting infrastructure at the Terang Recreation Reserve concluded recently.

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  • History in the making

    DESPITE Mount Noorat’s dormant volcanic status, the life of the historic peak is far from over.

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  • Council re-elects Beard as mayor

    CORANGAMITE Shire councillor Jo Beard was returned to the role of mayor for a third term on Tuesday night.

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  • Footing the bill for path

    A DECISION on whether or not Corangamite Shire Council will place a special charge on certain Terang residents for the construction of a footpath will be made during the upcoming Ordinary Meeting on January 24.

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  • College cross over traffic concerns

    CORANGAMITE Shire Council passed a motion to write to VicRoads about concerns with the safety of school crossings near Terang College’s primary campus during its Ordinary Meeting of Council last Tuesday.

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  • Helen Durant to run for Corangamite

    WHEN it comes to the ins and outs of Corangamite Shire Council, Noorat’s Helen Durant knows more than most.

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