Monthly Archives: June 2016

Nominate for ACA committee 2016-17

Can you donate some time to help lead the ACA for the 2016-17 financial year in return for some great skills and experience?  Community members are invited to nominate for a position on the ACA executive committee at our AGM on 27th July 2016, when all positions will be declared vacant (current position holders able to nominate again if they … > More

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Support missing for Fund Our Future

Whittlesea Leader 28 June 2016 Katrina Hinschen Big parties ignore fund   CAMPAIGN URGES SUPPORT FOR GROWTH AREAS   THE Labor and Liberal parties have ignored residents’ pleas to commit to a dedicated federal infrastructure fund to improve roads, public transport and health services across Melbourne’s growth corridors. The Fund Our Future campaign was launched in Melbourne in February by … > More

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Election Day polling places

Election day is next Saturday 2nd July. All polling places are open from 8am to 6pm.  Here are the polling places in Epping North: Creeds Farm Living and Learning Centre 2 Snugburgh Way Epping North Epping Views Primary School 20 Mansfield St Epping North Other polling places close by are as follows: Epping Primary School 805 High St Epping Epping … > More

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ACA has a new phone number

Please take note that ACA has a new telephone number so if you need to give us a call please use the below number: 0490 451 011  

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Federal Labor funding for Hume Freeway/O’Herns Rd

Labor fact sheet for Victoria transport packages June 2016 Federal Labor Excerpts from Melbourne Roads & Regional Victoria Transport Packages Fact Sheet   What’s the problem?   Melbourne is a fast growing city, and Australia’s second largest. Infrastructure Australia estimates that 85 per cent of Victoria’s projected population growth – estimated to be 2.1 million people between 2011 and 2031 – … > More

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Federal Labor support for O’Herns Rd interchange

Whittlesea Leader 21 June 2016 Katrina Hinschen CALL FOR LIBERALS TO MEET LABOR CASH VOW   THE Labor Party has laid down the gauntlet to the Liberals after promising $67 million for the O’Herns Rd/Hume Freeway interchange if elected on July 2. Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese has promised a $1.7 billion roads and rail package for Victoria, which includes … > More

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More roads and infrastructure needed in Scullin

Whittlesea Leader 21 June 2016 Katrina Hinschen Roads, infrastructure key: Whittlesea mayor   ROADS and infrastructure projects are topping the wishlist for voters in the seats of McEwen and Scullin ahead of the July 2 federal election. Whittlesea Council has provided a wishlist of critical projects it hopes will attract the eye of prospective candidates. The council has listed the … > More

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Your Indigenous Garden

Your Indigenous Garden – sustainable gardens for local wildlife is a free booklet that will inspire gardeners to create beautiful indigenous gardens across Whittlesea. It provides advice specific to Whittlesea soils, climate, plants and animals, and there’s something for gardeners at every stage – from new residents planning to landscape their property to established gardens being revitalised. Further information: Request … > More

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Fund Our Future

Fund our Future is a national campaign for an infrastructure fund to support the fast growing outer suburbs with roads, public transport and health facilities.

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REMINDER – Mens Health Week Event – Tomorrow 18th June

A free joint initiative of Bunnings and Plenty Valley Community Health.  Will be held on Saturday 18 June from 10.30am – 12.30pm at Bunnings Warehouse, 310 Cooper St, Epping.

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