This year's media releases
Work continues at the Bridgewater Caravan Park site, despite the disappointing setback of Council’s well-publicised problem with a major contractor there.
Swimming lessons for children will be available at each of the five swimming pools managed by Loddon Shire this summer – four run by VicSwim instructors and one by local volunteers.
Work is about to start on a new manager’s residence at the Council-owned Wedderburn Caravan Park, with the necessary permit process close to completion.
When Michael Hamilton takes visitors out for a walk on the Wedderburn goldfields, it’s highly unlikely he’ll get lost.
The Blue Moose is back! Boort’s annual Christmas/New Year café for teenagers and families will open its doors again later this month for 10 busy days.
Twelve walking trails across Loddon Shire will get brand-new signage early next year, but residents are invited to have their say first.
Loddon Shire Council has appointed Hughes Cartwright Design Group, of Bendigo, as architect for the design documentation of the Inglewood Town Hall Hub redevelopment.
Developers or landowners wanting to subdivide land in Loddon Shire can now make use of a new tool.
Event organisers around Loddon Shire have been cheered with newsthat Council has approved $10,400 in funding support.
Loddon operators in the food and wine tourism sector have been invited to sign up for a new regional initiative aimed at growing Central Victoria’s share of this burgeoning market.
Come see what we’ve got! That’s the message Loddon Shire tourism staff and volunteers have been pushing this month, with two promotional efforts in Bendigo selling the Loddon Valley as a visitor destination.
Council hosts its annual Christmas dinner for the Shire’s older citizens on Thursday 5 December
Bridgewater becomes a mecca for water skiers again this summer as national champions rub shoulders with keen students of the sport in a number of high-profile events.
Two lucky children from Loddon Shire could be on their way to the Mornington Peninsula this summer for a fabulous beach holiday – courtesy of Council.
The City of Greater Bendigo, Campaspe Shire, Loddon Shire and Mount Alexander Shire have signed an agreement to plan for emergency events across the municipalities.
Changes are coming to the way heavy vehicles use the roads in Loddon Shire and those changes mean a greater say for Council on who goes where.