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Council welcomes Labor's commitment to O'Herns Road

Whittlesea Mayor, Cr Ricky Kirkham has welcomed Labor's announcement that it will fund access ramps on the Hume Freeway in Epping North if it wins the November State election.

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Mernda rail gets the go ahead

City of Whittlesea May or, Councillor Mary Lalios, has hailed today’s announcement by Premier Denis Napthine that the Liberal Party will build Mernda Rail if elected in the November election as a massive milestone for the community.

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Whittlesea welcomes Labour's announcement to build Mernda Rail

Whittlesea Mayor Cr Mary Lalios and City of Whittlesea councillors have welcomed the announcement by the Labor Party that it will commence work on Mernda Rail in the first term of the next government if elected.

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Metropolitan Transport Forum to be held in Mernda

Cr Mary Lalios encouraged all Whittlesea residents to attend Metropolitan Transport Forum in Mernda on September 28 and share their transport woes.

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Council welcomes announcement by Greens to build Mernda Rail

Whittlesea Mayor, Cr Mary Lalios welcomed the announcement by the Greens that it would commence work on Mernda Rail within the life of the next parliament and extend the existing tramline from Bundoora to South Morang.

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Major Property Investors call for urgent road infrastructure in Melbourne's north to prevent serious impact on the economic viability of the area

Major Property Investors call for urgent road infrastructure in Melbourne's north to prevent serious impact on the economic viability of the area

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Council welcomes commitment to new car park at South Morang Station

Whittlesea Council has welcomed the announcement of a new $3 million carpark to ease parking pressures at South Morang Station.

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Residents pledge their support to Access Denied Campaign

FRUSTRATED residents have sent more than 3500 postcards back to Whittlesea Council pledging their support for the Access Denied campaign.

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Council screens video to explain how residents can “get on board” the Access Denied Campaign

View the “get on board” video.

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