Archive for December, 2022

Community views, ideas wanted on Foster’s future

Community members’ points of view, and their ideas on and suggestions about the future of Foster are wanted by South Gippsland Shire Council by Friday December 23, 2022. The council […]

Cr Hersey elected as new Shire mayor

STRZELECKI Ward Councillor Nathan Hersey was elected unopposed as South Gippsland Shire’s new Mayor for a one-year term at an additional council meeting held in Leongatha on Wednesday November 23, 2022. […]

Danny O’Brien returned in Gippsland South

INCUMBENT Gippsland South MLA Danny O’Brien has been returned for The Nationals with an increased percentage of the vote following the 2022 Victorian state election on Saturday November 26. Mr O’Brien […]

Fish Creek Waste Water Community Update

WHILE over 18 months have passed since the public meeting held to discuss the wastewater management issues, the FCCDG has been working towards finding affordable options for town residential and commercial […]

Foster Early Learning – from planning to completion in 12 months

PROM Coast Centres for Children, together with Foster Primary School are thrilled to announce that the formal handover of their new building ‘Foster Early Learning’ is edging closer to final practical […]

Have your say on growing Foster’s future

AUSTRALIAN census data from 2016 and 2021 has shown that Foster is currently the “one of the biggest pockets of growth” in the South Gippsland Shire. Landowners and residents are urged […]

Home Care Packages help seniors stay independent longer

Foster resident and retired junior primary teacher Marie Dixon cheerfully acknowledges that the main reason she continues to live comfortably in her own home despite her mature age and an […]

South Gippslanders “devoted to their pets”

Shire adopts animal management plan Research via online surveys, submissions and face-to-face conversations has shown there’s no doubt that South Gippsland people love their small animals and want the best […]