Applications for Year 7, 2021 students need to be in by Friday the 23rd August, 2019 so if you’re interested in your child attending Salesian College, there’s no time to waste. Salesian will also be hosting a tour of the College on Monday the 9th of September at 9am so if you want to see what the College has to offer, head on down there. The school is located at 1 Macedon St, Sunbury. This tour will be held…
The Hume Council’s Resource Recovery Centre will be accepting hard rubbish for FREE on Saturday the 7th of September between 8am and 4pm so if you’ve been meaning to give the house a good spring clean, now’s the time to get to it.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 Hume Council Australia Day awards so if you know a deserving individual who is a credit to our community, nominate them now at www.hume.vic.gov.au/australiaday.
Before I begin I just want to say that I LUUUUURRRRRVVVVVEEEE Deadpool so this review was always going to be a little biased. I have watched the first one so many times that I can mouth along with the words. It makes me happy every time I watch it and for all you amateur psychiatrists who are tsk tsking over the fact that a movie with excessive violence brings me joy, I say to you DON’T JUDGE ME! Now…
Are you a charity in the health and human care sector? Then the Hume Charitable Fund 2018 are encouraging you to apply for a grant of up to $10,000 to continue your amazing work. Applications close 5pm Friday the 21st of September 2018 and must be lodged at the Hume Council office at 1079 Pascoe Vale Rd, Broadmeadows. For more information visit www.hume.vic.gov.au.
This week marks the opening of the final part of the Elizabeth Road extension. The road, which connects with Vineyard Rd, will offer an alternative for drivers wishing to avoid the town centre and the roadworks at the Gap Rd/Horne St roundabout. It also means that residents in the new estates around Racecourse Road will be able to get home without going through the traffic on Horne Street.
Built in 1983, Sunbury’s iconic water fountain situated at the corner of O’Shanassy St and Brook St, was almost demolished to make way for a water park. However, after 589 people signed a petition against the move, the Hume Council opted for an upgrade instead. As well as giving the fountain a cosmetic overhaul, the water feature now includes a dazzling colour display to match the twinkling fairy lights of O’Shannasy Street.
New to the area in the Rosenthal Estate, Tom’s Park on Budburst Drive has – drumroll please – mini tramps! Add the swings and the awesome slide with actual steps instead of a ladder and you’ll have to drag your kids away.
Now showing at Reading Cinemas, Horne St, Sunbury. Visit Movie Mash for a review.