New South Wales

Child Protection Week

Child Protection Week

All adults in NSW are now required to report information to Police if they believe a child is being abused or mistreated, following recent amendments to the Crimes Act 1900.
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Christmas decoration grants

Christmas decoration grants

The City of Canterbury Bankstown has joined a network of 10 Sydney councils, to provide free support and guidance to local schools interested in installing solar panels.
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Solar my school

Solar my school

The City of Canterbury Bankstown has joined a network of 10 Sydney councils, to provide free support and guidance to local schools interested in installing solar panels.
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Victoria

Scrub it up!

Scrub it up!

Choosing cleaning products can be a daunting experience. Seemingly endless shelves of “single job” chemicals can be frustrating, ...
City of Brimbank 24 Aug 2019
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Melbourne Chamber Orchestra: Brio and Passion

Melbourne Chamber Orchestra: Brio and Passion

Five of Australia's most talented classical musicians from Melbourne Chamber Orchestra will combine their talents to present landmark works from Mozart and Brahms.
City of Brimbank 24 Aug 2019
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The Big Shot - Korean

The Big Shot - Korean

A family friendly Korean Family film.
City of Brimbank 23 Aug 2019
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Queensland

Garage Sale Trail launches in Livingstone!

Garage Sale Trail launches in Livingstone!

Livingstone Shire Council has joined Australia’s biggest community and sustainability event, the Garage Sale Trail, to highlight waste reduction by encouraging everyone to put their second-hand stuff – first.
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Avoiding conflict best course of action as magpie season swoops in

Avoiding conflict best course of action as magpie season swoops in

Spring is just around the corner and so is the annual humans versus magpies stand-off. Central Highlands Regional Council reminds … Continue reading Avoiding conflict best course of action as magpie season swoops in The post Avoiding conflict best course of action as magpie season swoops in appeared first on Central Highlands Regional Council.
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South Australia

Event Management Policy

Event Management Policy

Where facilities are consecutively booked on weekends and after hours, event organisers will be responsible for leaving them clean and tidy, with the option to request additional waste bins. “We know local events deliver a range of benefits, building community spirit and participation and attracting visitors to our region, and we don’t take this for granted,” he said. This Policy outlines our genuine commitment to working with event organisers to get the best outcomes for their event without causing damage to our premier sporting venues.” Community members can view the draft policy online or in hard copy at branch offices and provide feedback online at ourbetterbarossa.com.au, via email to [email protected] or in writing.
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How ‘water for the environment’ is helping the River Murray

How ‘water for the environment’ is helping the River Murray

// Have you heard???? of ‘water for the environment’???? but not sure how and who it helps?// Click on the details below and read about six of the big winners including, a new generation of black bream ????and pelican ????breeding in the Coorong. Have you heard of ‘water for the environment’ but not sure how and who it helps? Here are six of the big winners. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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Missing Pets of the Fleurieu Peninsula

Missing Pets of the Fleurieu Peninsula

Alternatively please share and let's try and reunite him with his humans????‍????‍???? ***UPDATE: Owner FOUND His owners have contacted lady who found him. Chester is heading HOME this afternoon *** _________________________________________________________ FOUND - DOG - MENINGIE / WELLINGTON Small tan entire male ...Not M/chipped. Vet thinks he's been out there on his own for at least a few days.
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Tasmania

Food safety checks for delivery vehicles

Food safety checks for delivery vehicles

Food safety compliance checks will be carried out on food delivery vehicles to ensure they meet legislative requirements for safe transport of commercially prepared food.
Hobart City Council 20 Aug 2019
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Building heights discussion to continue

Building heights discussion to continue

Decisions around building height limits for the Hobart city centre will be considered as part of a collaborative planning process with the state government.
Hobart City Council 20 Aug 2019
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Western Australia

Solomon Road temporary closure to allow major upgrade and increased safety

Solomon Road temporary closure to allow major upgrade and increased safety

A free info session about the 15-week closure will be held on 10 September
City of Cockburn 22 Aug 2019
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New state of the art South Coogee brigade fire appliance ready for 2019/20 fire season

New state of the art South Coogee brigade fire appliance ready for 2019/20 fire season

New fire appliance to protect community and South Coogee BFB vollies
City of Cockburn 22 Aug 2019
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Local businesses encouraged to apply for RED grants funding

Local businesses encouraged to apply for RED grants funding

The State Government has announced round two of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants Program and is encouraging local businesses to get involved and apply for grant funding.
Shire of Broome 22 Aug 2019
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Northern Territory

It’s Time For A Clean Up

It’s Time For A Clean Up

Residents across Darwin are being asked to prepare for the cyclone season by cleaning up in and around their homes.
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Library Hosts Australian of the Year Exhibition

Library Hosts Australian of the Year Exhibition

Casuarina Library is hosting an exclusive exhibition of objects of personal significance to the 2019 Australians of the Year, from 21 August to 15 September.
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In Conversation with Rachael Johns

In Conversation with Rachael Johns

In celebration of Australian Reading Hour, award-winning author and Australian Reading Hour ambassador, Rachael Johns is joining us for a special in conversation with Sally Bothroyd, Executive Dire
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Australian Capital Territory

BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing

BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing

This month we are looking at the Buy Nothing movement, and the Geocon Republic shutdown and its impacts on the community. The post BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing appeared first on Belconnen Community Council.
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