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Support available to your Local Brunswick Business

I know the next six weeks are going to be tough for local Brunswick businesses, and there’s a lot of information to sift through about the options available to you. My team and I put together a comprehensive list of local, state and federal government opportunities available to you if...


Brunswick for Bikes Art Trail - Submissions Now Open

Call for Submissions – Brunswick for Bikes Art Trail


Vaccine Roll-Out Pause A Bump But Not A Disaster

You’ve probably heard that the Federal Government are no longer recommending the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for people aged under 50 years. Their language is a little less explicit, but that’s what they mean. Given two of Australia’s vaccine choices have suffered unforeseen setbacks (University of Queensland’s vaccine was the other),...



Brunswick Bulletin: March

In this month’s newsletter, State Parliament When is a child too young to be charged with a crime? Good and bad climate news. EV Tax Introduced Spent Convictions Becomes Law Other News March4Justice The end of rental protections - survey Local News Ride2SchoolDay, Bicycle Network and Brunswick East Primary Nicholson...


Victorian Government COVID Restrictions

As of 6pm on Friday, 26th of March, the Victorian government relaxed a number of coronavirus restrictions, including reduced mask wearing and an easing of capacity limits in both homes and venues. Below is a summary of these new rules. For up-to-date information, check the DHHS website.



Integrity and Oversight Committee

"Accountability matters and we cannot continue to disregard or undermine the institutions established to protect us against corruption, either directly through political denial and obstruction, or indirectly through underfunding integrity agencies."


Drugs, Poisons And Controlled Substances Amendment Bill 20200310

"The Greens enthusiastically support the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Amendment Bill 2020. It is a bill to reduce harm in the community, and it also sends a message of care rather than the message of deterrence that is inherent in prohibitionist measures."



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