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- Conversations drive community safety work
- The passing of historian Helen Coulson
- Remembering Terry Potter
- Future Directions for Koolunga Native Reserve
- Storm Recovery Support from Eastern Community Legal Centre
- Knox Volunteer Resource Centre co-ordinator runner up in State Awards
- National Sorry Day 2022
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Tag Archives: coronavirus
Knox Council held a Community Safety Forum in early May, revealing several insights. Continue reading
As part of the Best Local Cafe competition, it’s time to support our local businesses and cafes as we emerge from lockdown. Continue reading
The State and Commonwealth Governments have been working together to provide supports to individuals doing it tough during restrictions. Continue reading
Throughout COVID-19, many remarkable local community groups have provided all manner of vital assistance to those in need. Continue reading
Did you know that an important key to the global rollout of the COVID vaccine lies in Ferntree Gully? Continue reading
In recent times, there is no question it has been tough for many throughout Knox. Continue reading
The annual Knox Festival will not proceed in 2021, due to continued restrictions and challenges facing large public events as a result of COVID-19. Knox City Council determined that for the safety and wellbeing of the community, holding a free-roaming … Continue reading
Message from Alan Tudge MP Having restrictions lift is such a relief for all Victorians, including locals in Knox. Although many are still in place, after 100+ days of lockdown we can finally get back to some form of normality. … Continue reading
A Spoonville of sugar makes the medicine go down… in the most delightful way. A growing population of spoon people have been creating quite a stir in the Gully recently, with spoon colonies cropping up all over the place. If … Continue reading