Stanley Victoria Community Newsletter, October 2016 In this issue: SRCI Community Update – Cue Springs and preparations for our Supreme Court Hearing Appeal of the VCAT decision. – An update also of the status of the Stanley Township rezoning through Indigo Shire Council and the Minister for Planning. – Notification of the SRCI AGM planned […]Read the whole story!
To the Editor, TNMN This is a quick note to show my appreciation to those who occasionally write about local wildlife, birds and plants in The Nine Mile News. Getting to know the place you live a little better has got to be good for both the people learning, and the place being discovered, or […]Read the whole story!
55- 61 Mt Stanley Road STANLEY (in the orchard) Saturday 28th February 2015 9am – 4pm Genuine sale – owners moving Tools, furniture, household items, bikes, linen, canoe, books, outdoor furniture, garden equipment, pot plants, plants, bric a brac, etc. A fuller list will be posted closer to the date Contact Chris – 0458 606 […]Read the whole story!
I have a smallish black billy goat who last year fathered some beautiful baby kids. He is now becoming frisky again and has started to take an interest in some of his female offspring – not good! I have tried to separate him from the girls but he still finds a way through/under/over fences, even […]Read the whole story!
Have you prepared for the season ahead Stuff around house and junk around shed Cleaned the spoutings, rid the leaves Filled the gaps you have in your eaves? Vegetation near house, keep it short. Check pump and hoses and gear you bought All helps should a fire flare up one day, A lightning strike, […]Read the whole story!
To all involved, the following is a brief summary of where the Stanley Noticeboard project goes from here after a meeting on Wed Mar 16th between Indigo Council’s Mark Florence, Ben Gilbert, the Friends of Stanley Athenaeum, Stanley Primary School, Mike Byrne and myself:- • At the meeting it was agreed that Ben Gilbert from […]Read the whole story!
My first experience editing the newsletter has been much less daunting than first anticipated, learning a lot in the process. It was actually fun. I encourage any community member who has knowledge of word and is interested in helping out, to offer your services. As the saying goes “Many hands make light work” and chances […]Read the whole story!