Support package designed to rescue groups struggling due to coronavirus pandemic

The Baw Baw Shire has announced a funding package to help many affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

A support package designed to rescue residents, businesses, sporting clubs and community groups during current financial difficulties has been launched by Baw Baw Shire. Council last week signed off on a $440,000 package of support measures in response to the

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Food premises may have annual licensing fees waived by council

Lardner Park is seeking some updated permits before hoping to open in September.

Food premises across Baw Baw Shire may not have to pay annual licensing fees as part of a package of measures council is considering to ease the financial burden of coronavirus. Rate relief for all ratepayers and initiatives to support

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Longwarry saleyards development recommended for refusal

A new saleyards development at Longwarry will be recommended for refusal when presented to Baw Baw Councillors next week.

A $13 million saleyards development at Longwarry will be recommended for refusal when it is presented to Baw Baw Shire councillors next week. But, developers have asked council to defer consideration of the application, saying they want an opportunity to

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Greenshields Road residents welcome council help to improve intersection

The shrubs and trees that block the view of oncoming traffic are set to be cleared by the council.

A resident’s request regarding the blind turn at Greenshields Rd in Warragul West has finally begun to be heard, after several near misses due to overgrown trees and shrubs surrounding the intersection. Helen Cane, a long-time resident on Greenshields Rd

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Former Yarragon Primary School site retained

Yarragon residents rejoice as the decision to purchase the land for community use was announced this week.

The former Yarragon Primary School site will be retained for community use, but Baw Baw Shire does not know at what cost. Council has agreed to purchase the Rollo St property “at a price to be negotiated with the valuer

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