Bacchus Marsh Indoor Stadium to Tender

Moorabool Council is going out for tender this week for construction of a multipurpose indoor stadium in Bacchus Marsh, as part of the Taverner St Sports Precinct development. The project will include the development of four sports courts, multipurpose meeting rooms, an administration office, toilets and change facilities (including accessible change), a cafeteria, car park …

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New Gas Gate at Bacchus Marsh Employment Precinct

The Andrews Labor Government is backing the growth of hundreds of jobs in the Bacchus Marsh region with a landmark investment in a new gas gate to attract new businesses. Minister for Regional Development Mary-Anne Thomas joined Member for Buninyong Michaela Settle, Member for Melton Steve McGhie and local business leaders to see early City …

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Moorabool Among Worst Affected by COVID Unemployment

Melbourne’s West is among the most affected areas by the coronavirus pandemic after new stats were revealed yesterday. Social Services stats show that from Mid-November, the were over 370,000 people claiming the jobseeker benefit. The Jobseeker coronavirus supplement will be reduced to just $150 per fortnight, a reduction of $100 per fortnight. Dandenong and Broadmeadows …

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We Support Paul Tatchell for Central Moorabool Ward

The publishers of BacchusMarsh.net fully support the re-election of Councillor Paul Tatchell in the upcoming Moorabool Shire Elections, Central Moorabool Ward. We believe Councillor Tatchell’s records speaks for itself – 8 Years as Councillor, 4 Years as Moorabool Shire Mayor and nearly 40 years as a successful business owner in the Shire. Councillor Tatchell is …

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Trucking industry leaders in crisis talks with Deputy PM

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) board was in crisis talks with the Deputy Prime Minister this morning following the collapse of an interstate agreement aimed at speeding the flow of freight. Despite a National Cabinet agreement last week on a protocol for moving freight across borders and screening truck drivers for COVID every seven to …

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Bacchus Marsh aged care centre in lockdown

An aged care centre in Bacchus Marsh has entered lockdown after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The worker at Grant Lodge aged care in Bacchus Marsh was tested on Saturday as part of a Victoria’s ongoing screening program, despite being asymptomatic, Djerriwarrh Health Services has confirmed. “All Grant Lodge staff members who have …

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Vline Service Changes Bacchus Marsh and Southern Cross

Trains that originate and terminate at Bacchus Marsh and Melton stations will be replaced by coaches for the entire journey from Monday 6 April to Thursday 9 April. This will affect most services stopping at Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Rockbank, Cobblebank, Caroline Springs, Deer Park and Ardeer. Trains that originate and terminate at Ballarat, Wendouree, Ararat and …

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BM Soccer Club Rejects Sponsorship from Maddingley Brown Coal

A Victorian soccer club has turned down a major sponsorship deal from a local business in a defiant stance against the businesses part in a plan to dump toxic soil in the community. The Bacchus Marsh Scorpions rejected a $5000 sponsorship from Maddingley Brown Coal, which is worth 40 per cent of the club’s total …

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