Council is a proud supporter of the United Nation's 16 Days of Activism Campaign, coinciding with Respect Victoria's Respect Women: Call It Out initiative. The campaign encourages people to 'call it out' when they witness disrespect, sexism, harrassment and abusive behaviours - drivers that can lead to violence against women. Check out Council's Facebook Page for for more information about what respect looks like in our community.
The Warracknabeal Action Group (WAG) together with 3WM, MixxFm and The Weekly Advertiser are helping extend the reach of your business by encouraging our listening audience and readers to visit and support your local community of Warracknabeal. Visit their Facebook Page for more information.
Amid the chaos that has defined this year, small businesses and their families are adjusting to the challenges of COVID:19 - what resonates the most are success stories across our communities, those of innovation, creativity, adaptability and resilience. However, although some stabilisation has occurred, there are still a large number of small businesses challenged by decreased cash flows and increasing overheads and liabilities. The Rural Financial Counseling Service is keen to assist and support small businesses across our rural and regional areas. To find out more how they can support you and your business, contact them via their toll free intake line on 1300 735 578.