Help us secure more green space in Glen Eira.
The 2018 Storytelling Festival program is bursting with more than 40 events in diverse venues around the City of Glen Eira with a star-studded line-up of renowned writers, artists, experts and entertainers.
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Published on 18 June 2018
Expressions of Interest for the Glen Eira Signal Box Project are now open. A signal box is a metal cabinet located wherever there is a traffic light.
Published on 24 April 2018
Tuck Shop Take Away has been named Glen Eira City Council’s Shop of the Year.
Published on 22 January 2018
Glen Eira City Council Chief Executive Officer Rebecca McKenzie, Glen Eira Mayor Cr Tony Athanasopoulos and Boon Wurrung Foundation Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Gheran Steel today signed a Memorandum of Agreement.
A Glen Eira maternal and child health nurse and a dietician will discuss the latest guidelines about infant feeding.
You are invited to share your thoughts and ideas about how to best shape the future of this place for the community by attending a Community Visioning Workshop.
The Storytelling Machine is an immersive, interactive installation for an all-ages audience.
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