Health and wellbeing news
Council officially opens ‘The Point’ in Pakenham
A new youth activity space and a youth and mental health services facility are now open at the newly renovated ‘The Point’ precinct in Pakenham.
Cardinia Shire’s first community food strategy launched
The Cardinia Shire Community Food Strategy and Action Plan 2018–26 was launched by Council and 20 partner organisations last Friday.
Cardinia Shire’s first Food Security Survey underway
Cardinia Shire Council and the Cardinia Food Movement in partnership with Monash University have this week issued over 2,000 Food Security Surveys to households across Cardinia Shire.
Bayles Regional Primary School walks the talk
Cardinia Leisure today presented Bayles Regional Primary School with the Mobile March trophy for being the most active school in this year’s campaign.
Cardinia Shire parents to take a stand against teen alcohol abuse
Cardinia Shire parents are being urged to make a personal pledge to encourage their teenagers to adopt sensible drinking habits as part of a new initiative to combat drug and alcohol abuse.
Cardinia schools are in it to win it this Mobile March
Cardinia Shire Council has partnered with Aligned Leisure to promote Mobile March in 2018 and encourage local students to be active when travelling to school this month.
Pakenham Health Centre open for business
After many months of work, the Pakenham Health Centre is now open to clients.
Fuel reduction burns planned for RJ Chambers Reserve
Council in partnership with the CFA will undertake fuel reduction burns in the RJ Chambers Flora and Fauna Reserve in Pakenham Upper, from Monday 8 May, weather conditions permitting.
Last chance to share ideas for the Liveability Health Plan
Cardinia Shire residents are being reminded to take advantage of the opportunity to share their ideas for the Liveability Health Plan before consultation closes at 5pm on Tuesday 28 February 2017.
Cardinia Shire residents encouraged to drink up in H30 Challenge
Cardinia Shire Council has teamed up with Aligned Leisure and health promotion foundation VicHealth to encourage local residents to sign up for the H30 Challenge and improve their health.
Get active this Mobile March
For the seventh year running, Cardinia Shire Council is encouraging students to lace up their runners, hop on their bike or scooter and strap on their helmets to get to school during Mobile March.
Take a moment to have your say on Cardinia Shire’s Liveability Health Plan
Council is seeking input from all members of our community to develop the Cardinia Shire Liveability Health Plan.