Monthly Archives: June 2013

People needed for ACA video

Hi everyone, The ACA is currently in the final stages of planning for and preparing to make a short you-tube style video (professionally made) looking at transport issues in our area. We are seeking to film 4 or 5 people talking about their everyday transport/ commuting experiences. We already have: An 11 year old girl living on the estate and … > More

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New grants to support Women’s Groups

New grants of up to $4,000 are available to support Women’s Groups in the City of Whittlesea to involve women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Funds can also be used to start new groups. Applications are open from 24 June and close on Monday 5 August 2013.  Incorporated community groups and agencies are eligible to apply (unincorporated groups can be auspiced … > More

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AGM 24th July 2013

Aurora Community Association Annual General Meeting 2013 Wednesday 24th July 7.30pm Venue: Epping Views Primary School 20 Mansfield Street, Epping North, 3076 Time: 7.30 – 9.00pm (arrive 7.00pm for a prompt 7.30pm start) Light refreshments provided RSVP: for catering purposes by 5pm Monday 22nd July 2013 to: http://aca-agm-2013.eventzilla.net/ The ACA was incorporated in September 2009 as a means for residents … > More

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Gang of hoons egg each other on

Gang of hoons egg each other on by filming their illegal stunts across Victoria Jessica Evans Herald Sun June 20, 2013 VICTORIA’S worst hoons are encouraging copycats by posting videos of their dangerous stunts online in defiance of a police crackdown. One boastful hoon dubbed the Black Bandit promotes his death-defying acts on suburban roads in Melbourne’s north via social … > More

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Winter 2013 newsletter out now!

The latest newsletter from the Aurora Community Association is now available on the Newsletters page of the ACA website:  http://www.aurora.asn.au/downloads/aca-newsletters/ Page contents includes: 1. A word from the President 2. ACA Annual General Meeting 3. Trivia Night roundup 4. Fibre to the Home VCAT outcome 5. Food swap at Creeds Farm LED downlight replacement offer 6. Creeds Farm Market Flyer 7. Plenty Valley Arts, City of Whittlesea … > More

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Helpers needed- CFLLC market 6 July

Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre is having an Afternoon Community Market on Saturday 6 July 1 – 4 pm.  The aim is to bring together local businesses and organisations on a cozy winters afternoon. The Aurora Community Association will be having a stall at the event and are looking for volunteers to help out on the day- shifts are … > More

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Delays expected on intersection

Delays expected on dangerous intersection fix in Epping North. Melissa Merrett Whittlesea Leader June 18, 2013 EPPING North residents will have to wait more than a year 12 months before work starts on a dangerous intersection. >> How dangerous is the intersection? Have your say. A new petrol station and McDonald’s are set to open at the intersection of Harvest … > More

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Coffee & Chat- RSVP by 5pm today!

Dear ACA members and supporters, Just a reminder that we have our next FREE Coffee and Chat coming up this Saturday 22nd June 10.30am, at CFLLC.   Time is running out to secure your place-  RSVP by 5pm today!! Below are details of the event.  We’d love to see you there at this FREE event- why dont you try to bring … > More

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RSVP now- Coffee & Chat 22-06-13

Dear ACA members and supporters, Just a reminder that we have our next FREE Coffee and Chat coming up this Saturday 22nd June 10.30am, at CFLLC.   Time is running out to RSVP! Below are details of the event.  We’d love to see you there at this FREE event- why dont you try to bring along a neighbour or local friend? … > More

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Railing against the train line

Whittlesea Leader 12 June Melissa Merrett CONTINUED FRUSTRATION OVER LACK OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT STATE Opposition leader Daniel Andrews was noncommittal when asked whether the Labor would fund a rail extension to Mernda if the party won the next election. Mr Andrews said during a visit to Doreen and Mernda last week the state’s finances would be the key to a … > More

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