M&N Bulletin

The Manningham & Nillumbik Bulletin prints and distributes 2,000 copies throughout Manningham and Nillumbik.
Published around the 3rd/4th Tuesday of the month, it aims to keep the residents of Manningham and Nillumbik engaged and informed about art, culture, community sport and important issues.
It also exists to give the communities of Manningham and Nillumbik a voice so that they have a space to celebrate their achievements and to stand their ground when internal and external forces challenge their identity or local amenity.
The M&N Bulletin serves as a contribution to the historical record, so that in the decades that follow, our children and our grandchildren will be able to look back and see what was happening now, and what your community did about it.
With a strong, independent voice, the M&N Bulletin supports the communities of Warrandyte, North Warrandyte, South Warrandyte, Park Orchards, Wonga Park, Christmas Hills, Warranwood, North Ringwood, Kangaroo Ground, Panton Hill, Hurstbridge, St Andrews, Wattle Glen,  Diamond Creek, Research, Eltham, Donvale, Doncaster, East Doncaster, Lower Templestowe, Templestowe, and any suburb, group, or community within our municipalities that needs a voice.

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M&N Bulletin- April 2022

The Bulletin was supported by a grant from the Australian Communications and Media Authorities, Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund

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This project received grant funding from the Australian Government, through the Australian Communications and Media Authority, under the Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund.

May 2022’s advertising and editorial deadline:
Advertising: Monday, May 16, 2022
Editorial: Wednesday, May 18, 2022



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