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Exploring tourism opportunities at Fort Queenscliff

Monday, 18 August 2014

The Borough of Queenscliffe Council has commenced the development of a Fort Queenscliff Precinct Tourism Plan. Council has appointed experienced consultants, TRC Tourism to facilitate the plan's development and consultation.

The plan...

Council scores funding boost for Queenscliff Sport and Recreation Project

Thursday, 14 August 2014

 

Borough of Queenscliffe Council has welcomed a Victorian Labour election commitment of $3.15million for the Queenscliff Sport and Recreation Precinct project.

Leader of the Opposition, Daniel Andrews MP was joined by the...

Council grants support community projects

Thursday, 07 August 2014

The Borough of Queenscliffe Council has awarded 10 grants at the civic celebration for the 2014/15 Community Grants at the Queenscliff Town Hall on Thursday 7 August.

Borough of Queenscliffe Mayor, Councillor Helene Cameron, said the...

Mayor's Column - The Echo, 7 August 2014

Thursday, 07 August 2014

It was an honour to attend the commemoration at Fort Queenscliff on Tuesday to remember the outbreak of World War 1.

The commemoration involved a service of remembrance, a dedication of a memorial and a firing of the Fort's saluting...

Mayor's Column - Bellarine Times, 7 August 2014

Thursday, 07 August 2014

I invite you to come along and hear the 50 talented musicians of the Victorian Concert Orchestra perform in the Queenscliff Town Hall this Sunday 10 August. Each year the orchestra is inundated with requests to perform concerts throughout...

Minister marks the start of new roundabout works

Thursday, 31 July 2014

The major construction phase of the Hesse Street Roundabout was marked with an official sod turning ceremony in Queenscliff by the Minister for Public Transport and Roads, the Hon. Terry Mulder MP.

Mr Mulder visited the construction...

Proactive tree plan continues to grow

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Effective and safe tree management continues to be a high priority of Council for its aging trees and vegetation following the recent severe weather episodes experienced across the Bellarine Peninsula.

Borough of Queenscliffe Mayor...

Mayor’s Column – Queenscliffe Herald, August 2014

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

This month the spotlight is on small business in the Borough of Queenscliffe and we have two fantastic local events on offer to get you inspired to help you start or grow your business.

In association with the QLBTA, Council has...

Power savers to explore Solar Bulk-Buy options

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Sourcing good value renewable energy solutions for residents and businesses across the Borough of Queenscliffe was the topic of choice at the inception meeting of the Community Environment Alliance Power Savers Working Group.

The group...

Mayor's Column - Bellarine Times, 24 July 2014

Thursday, 24 July 2014

You're invited...

Exceptional community satisfaction results

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

The Borough of Queenscliffe has scored outstanding results in the 2014 Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey.

The results show...

Hesse Street Roundabout works to begin

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Preparation works are well underway for a new roundabout at the corner of Hesse, Wharf and Symonds Streets in Queenscliff.

The Hesse Street Roundabout will be situated at the 5-way intersection of Hesse, Symonds and Wharf Streets in...

Council gets tough on tagging

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

There is widespread concern about the rise of graffiti tagging after a recent spate of vandalism was discovered to have taken place over the school holiday period.

Borough of Queenscliffe Mayor Helene Cameron confirmed that Council is...

Borough flags lowered for Malaysia Airlines tragedy

Monday, 21 July 2014

Flags are flying at half mast this week at the Borough of Queenscliffe Town Hall as a mark of respect and mourning...

Mayor's Column - The Echo, 17 July 2014

Thursday, 17 July 2014

I want to keep you informed of our work to improve planning for the Bellarine Peninsula and invite you to get involved.