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Thursday, 7 March, 2019

Strathbogie Shire Council has recently thrown its support behind the Violet Town and District Recognise Group to promote and support the Uluru Statement from the Heart movement and the process for Aboriginal recognition in the Constitution.         

Council endorsed six recommendations at a recent Ordinary Council Meeting that supported the sentiments contained in the Uluru Statement from the Heart, the process for Aboriginal recognition and reform of the Constitution and a referendum to enshrine a First Nations Voice to Federal Parliament.

Council has also resolved to advocate on behalf of its community to promote the need for these processes to provide the Aboriginal community the opportunity to be heard and have discussions about what recognition means for them.

Honeysuckle Creek Ward Councillor Kate Stothers played an instrumental role in pushing for Council to support the initiatives of the Violet Town Recognise Group and said Council has a role to play in advocating on behalf of its community on issues that are important to them.

“The Uluru Statement from the Heart is a powerful piece of work outlining the dispossession and disparity experienced by our First Nations People, but encouragingly, and generously, opens the door for all of us to walk with them on a journey forward,” Cr Stothers said.

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Support for the sentiments contained in the Uluru Statement from the Heart was endorsed at a recent Ordinary Council Meeting



Tuesday, 26 February, 2019

Strathbogie Shire kids have shown getting to school is a walk in the park, with more than 350 local students walking, riding and scooting an impressive 7068 kilometres as part of VicHealth’s Walk to School program.

The students were among the thousands of Victorian students, who collectively walked, rode and scooted more than 1.7 million kilometres – the equivalent of over 41,000 marathons –in last Term’s program.

VicHealth recently released the results of its annual program, with four schools taking out the top prize for the highest participation across the state.

Peranbin Primary College in Strathbogie took out the second prize for highest participation rate in the North Eastern Region, second to Edi Upper Primary School, with an impressive 100% of students walking, riding and scooting to school every day.

The runners up prize awarded to the Strathbogie School consisted of 1 x AFL Player recorded video message and Sherrin footballs for classroom activities.

Peranbin Primary School in Violet Town also had the whole school participate. Euroa Primary School had a fantastic participation rate of 93.33%, St Johns Euroa with 74.87% and Avenel Primary School also getting students to actively get to school.

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Monday, 25 February, 2019

Young people of Nagambie will soon benefit from local youth program Engage Nagambie which now has a home and a staff member to drive it.

Andy Bell, recently appointed as Youth Development Officer at Strathbogie Shire Council, said he looks forward to being able to deliver a program that is tailored to the needs of the local community.

“I see a real opportunity to develop a great program for young people in Nagambie and surrounds, accessing existing skills within the community and commencing collaborative projects that will benefit more than just the targeted 12-25 year olds,” Mr Bell said.

The program will operate out of the old Croquet Club building, which will be refurbished in the coming months to include an all abilities toilet, a new kitchen, a chill out zone and an extension of the building by way of a wider verandah on the east side of the building.

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Photo credit: Fionn Murphy


Monday, 25 February, 2019

The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) is running an information session in Nagambie for people with disability, family members and carers to help you prepare for your first National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) planning conversation.

In this session we will cover topics such as:

  • What will I be asked about in my first NDIS planning conversation?
  • What is an NDIS goal and how do I develop a goal for my plan?
  • Who will help me to make and start my NDIS Plan?
  • Who makes decisions about what is funded in my NDIS Plan and how do I manage NDIS funding?

This session will be delivered in partnership with Intereach.

Friends, family members (including children with adult supervision) and carers are welcome.

Event Details

Venue: Nagambie Community House
Date: Friday 8 March 2019
Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Address: 11 Prentice Street, Nagambie
RSVP: Places are strictly limited. Registration on Eventbrite is essential. Please register by clicking

If you are unable to register online or have any accessibility requirements please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 03 9427 6676.

There will be Auslan interpreters at this session.

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