Media releases

  1. 01

    City of Boroondara adopts 2019-20 Budget

    We will update infrastructure, introduce new programs and continue to work for the benefit of the community following the adoption of Council’s 2019-2020 Budget.
  2. 02

    Boroondara, Banyule and Whitehorse join forces on North East Link

    Boroondara, Banyule and Whitehorse Councils have submitted a joint response on the project's Environment Effects Statement.
  3. 03

    Entries open for 2019 Boroondara Literary Awards

    Entries are now open for the 21st edition of the Boroondara Literary Awards.
  4. 04

    City of Boroondara celebrates and acknowledges volunteers for National Volunteer Week

    Mayor of Boroondara, Cr Jane Addis expresses her gratitude to City of Boroondara’s volunteers.
  5. 05

    Last chance to submit your response to determine the future structure of Council

    The VEC is reviewing the electoral representation of the City of Boroondara and has released a Preliminary Report on the Electoral Representation Review.
  6. 06

    Council presents Proposed Budget 2019-20

    Our Proposed Budget 2019-20 was presented at Monday night’s Council meeting and will be available for public comment until Wednesday 29 May.
  7. 07

    Boroondara invites the community to North East Link Community Information Session

    We're hosting a community information session to help the community navigate the North East Link Project (NEL) Environment Effects Statement (EES).
  8. 08

    Council welcomes funding for sport and recreation facilities in Boroondara

    The City of Boroondara welcomes the recent Federal Government announcement of $8 million towards the Swinburne Senior Secondary College Stadium and Sportsground Redevelopment.
  9. 09

    Boroondara welcomes new funding for Yarra Boulevard and Walmer St Bridge

    The City of Boroondara welcomes this week’s announcement of $6.5 million in Federal Government funding for projects to upgrade Yarra Boulevard and replace the 125-year old Walmer Street Bridge.
  10. 10

    Community ignored on Electoral Representation Review

    The VEC has ignored the majority support for the retention of ten single-councillor wards.