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TV: Dindi Daily. Wed., Jan. 23, 2019

Welcome to another test transmission of Dindi Daily, for Wednesday, January 23. Murrindindi Mayor Sandice McAulay has spoken about the 10th anniversary of the Black Saturday fires. Cr McAulay focused on the efforts of emergency volunteers, and the goodwill extended from the wider community. The full statement can be seen at the dindi.tv website. Tonight

TV: Mayor talks about bushfire anniversary

Murrindindi Shire Mayor, Cr Sandice McAulay, has spoken about the approaching 10th anniversary of the 2009 bushfires. A Council media release said: “On February 7, 2009, the bushfires – which would become one of the worst natural disasters in Victoria’s history – began their devastating path through Murrindindi Shire. Mayor Sandice McAulay said it has

TV: Dindi Daily. Tues., Jan. 22, 2019

Welcome to a test transmission of Dindi Daily for Tuesday, January 22. Yan Yean Road, Plenty has re-opened ahead of schedule, following 19 days of around-the-clock works. Aqueduct Road has also been re-opened and all lanes of Diamond Creek Road are now in use. Whittlesea and Kinglake ‘legends’ will play a special footy match at

TV: Weather. Tues., Jan. 22

Dindi TV presents the Weather for the week ahead. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&ar=2&video_id=0HNr32POS0g Tuesday and Wednesday will see partly cloudy conditions with maximum temperatures of 38 on Tuesday at Alexandra and Yea, slightly cooler with 34 on Wednesday. With the opening of the Yea Rotary Art Show on Thursday, it will be a warm night with expected top

TV: Kinglake West toilets closed

The carpark at the Kinglake West public toilets will be closed from Monday (January 21) until Thursday (January 24) for sealing works. Alternative parking can be found along Forest Street. Murrindindi Shire Council advises that The public toilets will remain open during this time.

TV: Meet 10 local advertisers

The local economy provides incomes for local families. Rates and taxes paid by local workers provide the means for our local society to help support those less able to look after themselves. A vibrant local economy helps prosperity in the local community. Advertising and marketing are important ingredients to help our community grow. The Local

TV: McGowan hands baton to Haines

Indi MHR Cathy McGowan has announced that she will not stand for re-election in this year’s Federal Election. Ms McGowan said the “time was right” and that Dr Helen Haines was the “right candidate” Ms McGowan gave a press conference this morning (Monday). She issued a media release: “As you know, I have been thinking

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