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Media Release Tuesday 9th June 2015

Community rallies behind Nagambie Tennis Club

Big celebrations will take place today in Nagambie with the official opening of large scale renovations to the value of $101,000 to the Nagambie Tennis Club.


Supported by the Victorian State Government Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure with a grant of $49,790 and the Strathbogie Shire Council through project management, the Nagambie Tennis Club has shown amazing resolve by community fundraising a grand total of $51,000 to transform their club.

Strathbogie Mayor, Deb Swan said she was thrilled with the result. “I don’t know of many community groups that could fundraise such a large amount for a tennis club. I think this shows how important these facilities and tennis in general are to the people of Nagambie. The committee deserves a huge pat on the back.”

The Nagambie Tennis Club project included concreting work, laying synthetic grass to three courts, and lighting upgrades with a coin-operated switch system installed to court four.

Mayor Swan went on to say “we would like to thank the State Government for their support and offer our congratulations to the Nagambie Tennis Club for their drive and persistence.”

“It’s now time for the Nagambie community to enjoy these new facilities. Keeping active will ensure we have a happy and healthy community now and into the future.”


Media Release Friday 5th June 2015

Free Energy Efficiency Workshop - Learn How to Save On Your Energy Bill



A free Energy Efficiency Workshop will help households understand energy use in the home and provide tips on how to reduce your energy bill. The two hour workshop is open to the community and will run on Wednesday 1st of July from 2pm – 4pm at the Euroa Library (Binney Street, Euroa).

The workshop is part Council’s involvement in the Watts Working Better Project which will see street lights throughout the shire changed to energy efficient lights. The project is coordinated by the Goulburn Broken Greenhouse Alliance, which received $2.95 million from the Australian Government toward the upgrade.

Read more: Media Release Friday 5th June 2015


Community Meeting in Strathbogie

A Community Meeting will be held at the Strathbogie Memorial Hall – Monday 15th June at 6pm.


We will discuss the possibility of changing the current location of the Strathbogie Neighbourhood Safer Place (NSP) from the Strathbogie Golf Club to the Strathbogie Memorial Hall.

Concerns were raised by the Strathbogie community regarding the current location of the Neighbourhood Safer Place which has resulted in further assessments by the CFA and Council.

The outcomes of these assessments will be discussed at this meeting.

Everyone is welcome.

Read more: Community Meeting in Strathbogie


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