This Program assists eligible concession cardholders who rely on LPG, firewood or heating oil for domestic heating, cooking or hot water, or who access non-mains electricity via an embedded network, or who rely on a generator.read on
Check your address to find out if the nbn™ network is available at your home or business.read on
Seventy-eight Victorian councils will hold elections in October 2016. Make the transition from citizen to councillor by finding out everything you need to know about standing for council and local government.read on
The Wimmera Online is a directory of the regions online businesses over the 5 municipalities Hindmarsh, Horsham, Northern Grampians, West Wimmera and Yarriambiack.read on
At the Council Meeting held on 22 June 2016, Council resolved to adopt the 2016-17 Budget.read on
Council adopted this strategy at it monthly meeting on 25/05/2016.read on
On July 1, the Victorian Government is replacing the fire services levy with a fairer system, as recommended by the Victorian Bushfire Royal Commission.read on
This website provides an opportunity to access consistent information in regard to the performance of local councils across Victoria.read on
Information regarding power outages.read on
Council adopted this strategy at it monthly meeting on 28/10/2015.read on
Council have installed signs along the Yarriambiack Creek that will indicate where the proposed levee will be located in Warracknabeal. Adjacent to each sign is a peg that shows the height of the proposed levee.read on
Applications are now open for the next round of SHARE Community Grants.read on
Need to know when to put your bin out? What you can and can not recycle? Where is my local transfer station?
The Business Directory is designed to help you find the companies, products, services and information you need within the Shire.
The directory contains a range of contact information for service organisations, education, sporting and leisure groups.
It has an area of 7158 square kilometres and stretches from the Wimmera River just north of the Grampians in the south, to the centre of the Mallee in the north.