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24
July
2017
Brimbank Council has called for upgrades to Deer Park and Ardeer train stations, and grade separations at key rail and road crossings in Deer Park and Sunshine West, as part of upgrades to the Ballarat rail line.
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21
July
2017
Brimbank City Council has approved a development contributions scheme to ensure that new developments pay to help fund essential community and capital infrastructure.
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20
July
2017
Brimbank Mayor Councillor John Hedditch has called on the State Government to work with Council to keep the former school site at Calder Rise publically owned.
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20
July
2017
Brimbank City Council is continuing its appeal against the expansion of the Melbourne Regional Landfill at Ravenhall, arguing the need for the State Government to invest in modern, low impact ways to dispose of metropolitan waste.
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19
July
2017
Get inspired, connect with other small businesses and learn some tips from the experts in your field at the 2017 Small Business Festival.
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06
July
2017
Are you an emerging writer or performer who lives, works or studies in Brimbank, or feels connected to the area?
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06
July
2017
Well known florist shop Flowers of Sunshine is leveraging social media to engage with customers and promote its business in an increasingly competitive market.
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Work begins removing Delahey bottleneck

11
Apr
2017
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Work widening EJ Whitten Bridge ramps up

06
Apr
2017
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Keilor Village Library repurposed
The redevelopment is also proposed to house other community uses, possibly a neighbourhood centre, an arts hub, a centre for people with disabilities, or a meetings venue.
14
Feb
2017
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No rates cap variation for Brimbank
In 2016-2017, council implemented savings of $6.5 million in order to meet the government’s legislated 2.5 per cent cap for that year
14
Feb
2017
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