New South Wales

Youth survey launched for libraries strategy

Youth survey launched for libraries strategy

A new Armidale Regional Libraries survey launched today turns the focus onto what local young people need and expect from their libraries.
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Win with Festival feedback

Win with Festival feedback

Visitors to this year’s Festival of Mosman are invited to share their feedback via Mosman Council’s free resident app, MyMosman
Mosman Council: News 18 Oct 2019
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Comment now on Raby Alcohol Free Zone

Comment now on Raby Alcohol Free Zone

Council has re-established the North Area Alcohol Free Zones for the next four years until 2023
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Victoria

Metung Back Beach facelift imminent

Metung Back Beach facelift imminent

Metung’s Lake King Back Beach is set for a $240,000 upgrade, with work to start on October 28. 19/10/2019Find out more ...
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Two trees proposed for removal at Caravan Park

Two trees proposed for removal at Caravan Park

To allow for the reduction in the number of trees to be removed, a new site layout will be required for the Euroa Caravan Park which includes the realignment and replacement of the existing power heads and water supply points. Council will continue to work closely with the Caravan Park Manager, arborists and the Euroa Arboretum to undertake a replanting program associated with the proposed tree removals and planned future landscape planting. Should you wish to discuss this proposal further, please contact John Canny, Manager Operations at Council Offices on 1800 065 993.
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Have your say on Draft Arts and Culture Strategy

Have your say on Draft Arts and Culture Strategy

Friday, 18 October, 2019 Strathbogie Shire Council has released its draft Arts and Culture Strategy which aims to increase opportunities for creative stimulation and connectedness, increase arts and cultural experiences, preserve heritage and foster diverse cultural sustainability in the shire. “Council recognised the need for a greater focus on supporting and developing arts and culture within our communities, which was highlighted by our community at the beginning of our Council’s term and features in our Council Plan,” Cr McClaren explained. “We had great conversations with our community during the development of the strategy and what we heard was that people wanted more opportunities to tell their stories and celebrate local identities, more opportunities for entertainment and community events and better access to arts and cultural experiences,” Cr McClaren said.
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Queensland

Bespoke 2019

Bespoke 2019

Location: Powerhouse Theatre Venue address: Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm Venue: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm Event type: Performing arts Age range: Kids, Teens, Young adults, Adults (30+), Seniors Cost: Admit: $65 plus transaction fee of $6.60 Age: Suitable for ages 12+ Bookings: Book online.
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Bespoke 2019

Bespoke 2019

Location: Powerhouse Theatre Venue address: Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm Venue: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm Event type: Performing arts Age range: Kids, Teens, Young adults, Adults (30+), Seniors Cost: Admit: $65 plus transaction fee of $6.60 Age: Suitable for ages 12+ Bookings: Book online.
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Queerstories

Queerstories

Saturday, November 16, 2019, 8 – 9:50pm Enter the raucous, radical then at times sweetly heartwarming world of Queerstories and be moved by an unexpected tale or two from some of Australia’s finest LGBTQI+ storytellers. Hosted and developed by writer, director and performer, Maeve Marsden, the upcoming edition of Queerstories features a fresh lineup of storytellers, including writer Holly Zwalf, youth worker Shaun D’Souza, academic Dr Sandy O’Sullivan, disability activist Annabelle Oxley and more. Location: Visy Theatre Venue address: Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm Venue: Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm Event type: Performing arts Cost: Adult: $32, Concession: $28 - plus transaction fee of $6.90 Age: Suitable for ages 15+.
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South Australia

Tusmore Wading Pool Open

Tusmore Wading Pool Open

The Tusmore Wading Pool is now open.
City of Burnside 18 Oct 2019
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Sportsman Drive, West Lakes

Sportsman Drive, West Lakes

Road reconstruction has now commenced and there will be localised traffic management in place.
City of Charles Sturt 27 Sep 2019
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Public Consultation - Access to Meetings Code of Practice

Public Consultation - Access to Meetings Code of Practice

In accordance with the requirements of Section 92 the Local Government Act 1999, the Berri Barmera Council has revised its Access to Meetings – Code of Practice and hereby invites public comments / submissions on the Policy as part of the Public Consultation process.
Berri Barmera Council 24 Sep 2019
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Tasmania

RED CROSS | GARAGE SALE – DONATIONS

RED CROSS | GARAGE SALE – DONATIONS

Donations needed until 3 October for the Ulverstone Red Cross Branch, Garage Sale fundraiser. The post RED CROSS | GARAGE SALE – DONATIONS appeared first on Central Coast Council.
Central Coast Council 19 Sep 2019
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DA2019038 – 350 Preservation Drive, Sulphur Creek

DA2019038 – 350 Preservation Drive, Sulphur Creek

Residential (multiple dwellings x three) – variation to location of private open space and width of access for multiple dwelling development. (7,981kb) [Notification expiry date – 2 October 2019] The post DA2019038 – 350 Preservation Drive, Sulphur Creek appeared first on Central Coast Council.
Central Coast Council 17 Sep 2019
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Western Australia

Line Marking on Central Road in Tom Price

Line Marking on Central Road in Tom Price

The Shire of Ashburton wishes to inform residents of Tom Price that centreline markings of Central Road, Tom Price will be undertaken in the afternoon of Saturday 5 October, 2019...
Shire of Ashburton 03 Oct 2019
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Northern Territory

August 2019 – Presidents Peter Clee

August 2019 – Presidents Peter Clee

  Purpose of Report To Inform Council and community of activities and to provide the community at large with information that is important and noteworthy. What’s been happening……  The Mandorah Marine Precinct development is coming along. The Department has advised that a barge will be off the jetty for the next few weeks undertaking some […]
Wagait Shire Council 13 Sep 2019
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Self-Guided Art Walk Launched

Self-Guided Art Walk Launched

A self-guided walking tour that takes in 11 public art sites across Darwin city and the Waterfront was launched today.
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Child Protection Week

Child Protection Week

Copies of "Only For Me" book written by Michelle Derrig donated to Tennant Creek Library
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