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Category Archives: News
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
Message from Alan Tudge MP, Aston Big upgrades will begin this month on the Monash Freeway. The upgrades, including extra lanes, will ease congestion and cut travel time for the thousands of Knox locals who use the freeway every day. … Continue reading
The Knox Community Bank Group is pleased to announce the 2020 Community Grants Program is open and taking applications from not-for-profits and community groups. The Community Grants Program is available to customers of the Knox Community Bank Group. It is … Continue reading
Unfortunately Boronia RSL has had to cancel the planned Commemorative Day March and ANZAC Day Dawn Service this year. As everyone is no doubt aware this has been brought about by the escalating spread of the Corona Virus throughout Australia. … Continue reading
On 19th March Knox Council announced the closure of the Civic Centre Customer Counter as well as Arts, Sports and Leisure Centres. Libraries are also closed. Mayor Nicole Seymour said the closures would be in effect until further notice. ‘This … Continue reading
The bushfire crisis across Victoria and around the country has dominated headlines this summer. In this time of great tragedy, we have seen the very best of the Knox community. Knox Council has been inundated with messages from residents looking … Continue reading
It is important that residents source consistent information to ensure there’s no confusion, especially in relation to such crucial issues as bushfire. Residents who are eager to have localised, specific information and warnings regarding their local area (both within and … Continue reading
From its earliest days Ferntree Gully has benefited from the long-standing service of committed volunteers. The Australia Day Awards honour these contributions every year. Late last year a special volunteer contribution was recognised by Knox City Council. This was the … Continue reading
Message from The Hon Alan Tudge, Federal Member for Aston At the end of each year, I have the pleasure of recognising some of our great young citizens in the Ferntree Gully area through the presentation of the Aston Shield. … Continue reading
Knox City Council marked Australia Day 2020 by honouring some of its leading community members and by welcoming those who have become our newest Australian citizens. An appreciative crowd supported the recipients of the Knox Local Australia Day Awards 2020 … Continue reading