Coastell Newsletter

The Spring 2017 edition (PDF 1.2MB) and Summer 2017/18 (PDF 726 KB) are available to download along with a Special Edition on the Car Ferry Business Case (PDF 250kb).

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Summer 2017-18

Find out what Council's first Advocacy Strategy looks like, how Council is supporting Women in Sport, an update on the Cowes to Stony Point Car Ferry business case, the Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre refurbishment, activities and events over summer and so much more

Summer 2016-17

Introducing your new Councillors, work starts on the Bass Valley Children's Centre, Council efficiencies, planning for play in Wonthaggi, Skate Strategy on a roll and so much more!

Autumn 2016

In this issue: $900,000 for Bass Valley Children's Centre, Australia Day Awards, find us on Facebook, Coastell is going electronic, new life for Kildunda trestle bridge, skate and create in Inverloch, community's say on rate capping and cleaning up the New Year.

Summer 2015-16

In this issue: art takes over Inverloch Skate Park, new shop 'pop-ups', Victoria's Father of the Year, library updates, Nature Parks' open day, help the Hoodies, and your Good Summer Guide liftout.

Spring 2015

In this issue: School crossings with care, caring for our elderly community, Scenic Estate open to explore, record grants awarded, 2015-16 Budget adopted, taking a stand on domestic violence, and much more...

Winter 2015

In this edition: Soccer kicking goals, CEO reflects on his first year, future plans for Cowes, Community Grants help growth, National Youth Week celebrations, the rates debate, website changes, and more...

Autumn 2015

In this edition: a project to Stop Tagging and Start Street Art, our top citizens, Sustainability Festival returns, NBN available in more places, Community Grants update and much more...

Summer 2014-15

Great work recognised with In this issue: community grants, Council’s new management team, Good Summer Guide liftout, Summer fun at your library, Focus on walking trails, Waste changes over summer...and much more!

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