Bass Coast Shire Council News

Synopsis

A weekly update from one of Victoria's fastest growing regional areas. Bass Coast has a permanent population of approximately 30,000, which triples in peak holiday season.This show is also broadcast on Community Radio 3mFM (3mfm.com.au) Tuesdays at 8.30am, Thursdays at 4.30pm and Saturdays at 10.00am.

Episodes

  • Council News - 14 September 2020

    Council News - 14 September 2020

    21/09/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We talk about changes in Regional Victoria under the latest announcements from the Premier, some changes to Council services, swimming pool registrations and the Council meeting this week which will be held on Wednesday the 16th of September at 1.00pm.

  • Council News - 7 September 2020

    Council News - 7 September 2020

    08/09/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We talk about the Redevelopment of the Cowes Cultural and Community Centre, a number of capital works projects that are ready to go in Inverloch, a new Community Newsletter for not for profit and community groups, some of the events and work being done to support our local business community and an update about COVID-19.

  • Council News - 31 August 2020

    Council News - 31 August 2020

    01/09/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We talk about the 2020/21 Annual Budget that was adopted at the August Ordinary Council Meeting, the endorsement of the Draft Climate Action Plan 2020-30, the submissions for Round Two of our Community Grants for 2020 that are still open and information around the current Stage 3 restrictions.

  • Council News - 24 August 2020

    Council News - 24 August 2020

    27/08/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We speak to our Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari about supporting our local businesses where we can, the importance of wearing masks and about connecting, caring and being compassionate to each other.

  • CEO Ali Wastie and local palaeontologist Mike Cleeland Interview on ABC Gippsland - Dinosaur Trail

    CEO Ali Wastie and local palaeontologist Mike Cleeland Interview on ABC Gippsland - Dinosaur Trail

    25/08/2020 Duration: 08min

    CEO Ali Wastie and Bass Coast local legend, geologist, palaeontologist and Bunurong Coast Education Officer Mike Cleeland were interviewed by the amazing Mim Cook on ABC Gippsland about the exciting Dinosaurs Trail project.

  • Ali Wastie On ABC Gippsland - Put Her Name On It Campaign

    Ali Wastie On ABC Gippsland - Put Her Name On It Campaign

    19/08/2020 Duration: 08min

    CEO, Ali Wastie had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jonathon Kendall aka Jono at ABC Gippsland on the Put Her Name On It campaign that was started by Women In Gippsland.

  • Council News - 17 August 2020

    Council News - 17 August 2020

    18/08/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We talk more about COVID-19, what the community needs to be aware of during this time and where you can find information about the various types of support available to you if you need it. We’ll also give you an update on other council news, including work that has commenced on the Wonthaggi Railway station, details about the planning stage for two new Aquatics Centres and Round 2 of our Community Grants for 2020.

  • Council News - 10 August 2020

    Council News - 10 August 2020

    14/08/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We talk about the reintroduction of Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions across Regional Victoria and what that means for people on the Bass Coast. We’ll also be talking about some of the changes implemented to local services and facilities in order to align with State Government’s regulations and keep our community safe. To ensure you’re fully aware of all of these changes and how they may impact you, we’ll be providing you with guidelines on what you should be doing right now and where to find more information.

  • Council News - 3 August 2020

    Council News - 3 August 2020

    14/08/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We talk about the new mandatory requirements related to COVID-19, where you can get tested for COVID-19 in Bass Coast, last week’s Special Council Meeting, the results from our Customer Satisfaction Survey and what some of our Working For Victoria recruits have been up to.

  • Council News - 27 July 2020

    Council News - 27 July 2020

    14/08/2020 Duration: 08min

    This week: We talk about what some of our Working For Victoria recruits have been up to, where you can get tested for COVID-19 in Bass Coast and how you can provide feedback on the new draft of the Council Governance Rules.

  • Council News - 20 July 2020

    Council News - 20 July 2020

    14/08/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We talk about the successful applicants for the Business and Community Resilience Grants program, how to make a submission to the Budget, the Victoria Health WalkToSchool initiative and the new draft Governance Rules now available for your feedback.

  • Council News - 13 July 2020

    Council News - 13 July 2020

    14/08/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We talk about last week’s Live Facebook Budget Q&A session, 4000 trees being planted on the foreshore and the announcement of successful applicants from the Business and Community Resilience Grants program.

  • Council News – 6 July 2020

    Council News – 6 July 2020

    06/07/2020 Duration: 05min

    This week: We talk about the proposed 2020/21 Budget released for community feedback at the June Council Meeting, the Smiths Beach Town Plan consultation and the Climate Action Plan 2020-2030.

  • Council News – 29 June 2020

    Council News – 29 June 2020

    29/06/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We talk about the proposed 2020/21 Budget that was released for community feedback at the June Council Meeting, the Smiths Beach Town Plan consultation and the changes announced by the State Government around COVID-19 social distancing rules.

  • Council News – 22 June 2020

    Council News – 22 June 2020

    22/06/2020 Duration: 07min

    This week: We share some highlights from last week’s virtual Council meeting which was a big one! From the decision on the Maher’s Landing application, some important Grants applications to the proposed 2020/21 Budget being released for community feedback.

  • Council News – 15 June 2020

    Council News – 15 June 2020

    22/06/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We talk about the Bass Coast University Centre, Working for Victoria job opportunities, the Smiths Beach Town Plan consultation and re-opening of the outdoor public BBQs areas and the YMCA Swimming Pool. But first, we’re excited to be livestreaming our second virtual Council meeting this week on Wednesday the 17th of June at 11.00am.

  • Council News – 8 June 2020

    Council News – 8 June 2020

    09/06/2020 Duration: 04min

    This week: We discuss the exciting news about the Bass Coast University Centre, Working for Victoria job opportunities, the Smiths Beach Town Plan consultation and students in years 3 to 10 returning to school.

  • Council News – 1 June 2020

    Council News – 1 June 2020

    09/06/2020 Duration: 05min

    This week: We talk about what’s changed in the Bass Coast with the easing of Stage 3 Restrictions by the State Government. But first, as part of National Reconciliation Week, we’d like to begin our show by acknowledging the traditional owners of this land, the Bunurong/ Boonwurrung people and pay respects to their elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in our community today.

  • Council News – 25 May 2020

    Council News – 25 May 2020

    09/06/2020 Duration: 05min

    This week: We’re excited to share highlights from our first virtual live streamed Council meeting held last week on Wednesday the 20th of May. These include the green light on the $700,000 of Business and Community Resilience Grants, a revised Financial Hardship Policy and appointing an architect for the new $19m Cowes Cultural and Community Centre.

  • Council News - 18 May 2020

    Council News - 18 May 2020

    20/05/2020 Duration: 06min

    This week: We discuss the easing of Stage 3 Restrictions by the Victorian Government, this week’s Virtual Ordinary Council Meeting, the Back Your Local Business Campaign, the Victorian Seniors Festival Re-imagined and our Cat Owners Survey.

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