A $4.5 million dollar life ring will be thrown to Aspendale Life Saving Club and the exciting new plans certainly make a splash.
More than a year later, the council will at last implement its termite policy to safeguard properties.
A builder has been appointed for the $4.9 million redevelopment of Edithvale Life Saving Club, putting an end to the bureaucracy.
Described as being ‘no longer fit for purpose’ by Life Saving Victoria, Aspendale Life Saving Club’s facilities will soon be upgraded, thanks to state funding.
After being dogged by bureaucratic drama, Edithvale Life Saving Club’s redevelopment has now received the thumbs up.
The cult classic film Back to the Future was released in 1985, in the same year that Aspendale Life Saving Club was built. Now years later, community clamour has grown for the club’s growth to be addressed by a full redevelopment.
A small point-and-shoot camera as a birthday present at age ten has culminated into a streak of entrepreneurial success for 16-year-old Josh Brnjac.
Experts warn that your home could be next as termites take up residence across Kingston, yet we are no closer to the implementation of a termite policy.
The Mordialloc Food, Wine and Music Festival is expected to be a hive of activity next weekend. An expected crowd of more than 40,000 revellers will soak up the blues sounds or beats by local DJs at Mordialloc’s Peter Scullin Reserve. Foodies won’t feel left out either and will be able to sample fine wine, craft beers and gourmet food.
The safety of swimmers is still compromised at the popular Aspendale beach, despite overwhelming support to end the potentially lethal mix of swimmers and jet skis.