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1st – 30th – Puffing Billy Virtual Tours When: Every Friday during the month of May Time: From 2pm Where: Puffing Billy Facebook page Cost: Free! Puffing Billy is inviting the community behind-the-scenes through a series of free virtual tours! … Continue reading
Knox Arts & Events is excited to launch the virtual Knox Art Collection, a beautiful online gallery that captures over 300 paintings, drawings, ceramics and heritage items collected by Knox City Council over the decades. To celebrate the launch of … Continue reading
Under Knox City Council’s proposed 2020-21 Budget, a further $3 million will be invested in focused initiatives to lessen the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognising the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, the proposed budget provides for a range of relief … Continue reading
Knox Council has adopted a Family Violence Statement of Commitment, sending a strong message of its ongoing focus on reducing family violence in the community. At their April meeting, the Council re-affirmed their commitment to preventing family violence. This reaffirmation … Continue reading
April 25 will still be a day for us to remember privately all those who gave their lives in service of our country. Though many local services have been cancelled, we can still pay our respects to those who have … Continue reading