News published April 2016
Unseasonal weather plays havoc with unsealed roads
Council has recently received a number of enquiries relating to the condition of its unsealed road network.
Watching the budget bottom line: call for infrastructure fund for outer suburbs
Five million residents of fast-growing outer suburbs, including those in Cardinia Shire, could benefit from a substantial commitment to these areas in the upcoming Federal Budget.
Message from the Mayor – join the conversation and ACT NOW to end family violence in Cardinia Shire
None of us like the top-down approach when it comes to making changes. When we have control over change, it is then that change seems to have a more lasting impression.
Hills hub development update
The Hills Hub redevelopment has been in planning phase for over twelve months with a wide range of community stakeholders making up the Hills Hub Advisory Group.
Council calls on government to fund Thompsons Road
Cardinia Shire Council in partnership with the City of Casey is calling on the Australian Government to fund an upgrade and extension to Thompsons Road.
Communities That Care monitor underage alcohol sales
More than one in three Cardinia Shire bottle shops did not request any identification before selling alcohol to someone who looked under 18 years old.
Hit the ground running at IYU
Cardinia Shire Council welcomed a funding boost in December 2015 to the IYU Recreation Reserve project.
Welcome to Cardinia Shire, an age friendly city
Cardinia Shire Council is proud to have been named a World Health Organisation Age Friendly City.
Removal of material on Emerald bus shelter
Cardinia Shire Council has recently removed material from a bus shelter in Emerald as part of its regular streetscape cleaning service.