Councillors vote on civic events on and around Australia Day

Councillors vote on civic events on and around Australia Day

This follows a report on the results of extensive community consultation on the format of civic events on and around Australia Day.Changes include increased council-funded activity at Noreuil Park on …
AlburyCity News 14 May 2024
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Tourism businesses encouraged to sign up to partner program

Tourism businesses encouraged to sign up to partner program

The 2024-25 program begins on 1 July, and tourism operators can be included in promotional material such as city maps and other publications if they sign up by 17 May.By joining the program, businesse…
AlburyCity News 10 May 2024
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Proposed 24/25 budget to super charge regional activation and jobs growth

Proposed 24/25 budget to super charge regional activation and jobs growth

A budget that focuses on a solid foundation of regional activation and supporting an ambitious target of 4000 new jobs by 2040 underpinned by fiscal responsibility and long- term financial stability h…
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Reading from the same page at storytime event

Reading from the same page at storytime event

Young bookworms from around the region will be able to join in the fun of National Simultaneous Storytime on May 22 in the Armidale and Guyra libraries.
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So much more than great music

So much more than great music

Armidale is gearing up for a weekend of music, culture, and community as The Big Chill Festival makes its highly anticipated return to the Armidale Showground on May 18 and 19, 2024.
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Yanga National Park – Update 17 January 2022

Yanga National Park – Update 17 January 2022

Yanga Update – Homestead Precinct, Woolshed Precinct, Woolshed Picnic Area, The Willows and *Regatta Beach* are OPEN.
Balranald (Area) 3 Feb 2022
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Blue Green Algae Reports

Blue Green Algae Reports

Far West RACC Algae Report Far West Blue-Green Algal Reports are based on samples collected by various councils; Moree Plains, Walgett, Brewarrina, Bourke and Central Darling Shire Councils and Water …
Balranald (Area) 21 Dec 2021
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NSW SES FLOOD WATCH – MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER AT NARRANDERA, DARLINGTON POINT AND HAY

NSW SES FLOOD WATCH – MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER AT NARRANDERA, DARLINGTON POINT AND HAY

Acknowledgement of Country: Council acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices and services are located.
Balranald (Area) 10 Dec 2021
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NAIDOC celebrations go online

NAIDOC celebrations go online

NAIDOC celebrations go online 06 Nov 2020 MEDIA RELEASE 6 November 2020 Bathurst’s NAIDOC Week celebrations will go online this year with a video of the flag raising ceremony and interviews featu…
Bathurst 6 Nov 2020
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Draft landscape plan for Sawpit Creek Open Space Reserve

Draft landscape plan for Sawpit Creek Open Space Reserve

MEDIA RELEASE 6 October 2020 A draft landscape plan for Sawpit Creek Open Space Reserve featuring an extension to the Kath Knowles pathway and providing connections to proposed and existing pathway n…
Bathurst 6 Nov 2020
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Mobile recycling centre hits the road

Mobile recycling centre hits the road

MEDIA RELEASE 2022 - Bega Valley Shire Council’s Mobile Recycling Centre has a new regular schedule,...
Bega Valley Shire 16 Feb 2022
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Soft plastics comp offers chance to win

Soft plastics comp offers chance to win

MEDIA RELEASE 2022 - Soft plastics consumers and recyclers are in with another chance to win a bundle...
Bega Valley Shire 16 Feb 2022
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Council welcomes Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants announcement

Council welcomes Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants announcement

Council welcomes Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants announcement 16 February 2022 Bega Valley Shire Council has welcomed the announcement of more than $10.5 million of direct funding for projects i…
Bega Valley Shire 16 Feb 2022
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Find the latest news and updates on Council's new website

Find the latest news and updates on Council's new website

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Covid-19 Updates

Covid-19 Updates

From 6pm on 26 June new restrictions are in place for NSW including Bellingen Shire including masks to be worn in all indoor, non-residential settings.  Further, Council has made the decision to trans…
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Burdett Park Amenities Reopened

Burdett Park Amenities Reopened

Council is pleased to annouce the reopening of the Burdett Park amenities block and car park in Fernmount from this afternoon Friday 25 June 2021.
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Council opposes changes to rules governing developer contributions

Council opposes changes to rules governing developer contributions

Blacktown City Council has joined councils across New South Wales in strongly opposing proposed changes to rules governing developer infrastructure contributions in new housing developments.
Blacktown City 16 Jul 2021
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COVID warnings for Blacktown City

COVID warnings for Blacktown City

COVID warnings for Blacktown City Published on 13 July 2021 Blacktown City Council has been advised that a staff member from an organisation that operates in the Westpoint Centre in Blacktown has test…
Blacktown City 13 Jul 2021
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'Lighting' up parks for our community during lockdown

'Lighting' up parks for our community during lockdown

The Mayor of Blacktown City, Tony Bleasdale OAM is delighted that our community has embraced our idea to light some of our parks during lockdown.
Blacktown City 13 Jul 2021
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$5 million in capital expenditure included in draft Council budget

$5 million in capital expenditure included in draft Council budget

Communities within Bland Shire will benefit from more than $5 million of capital expenditure after the Council endorsed its draft budget for 2020/2021 on Tuesday, 21 April.
Bland Shire Council 22 Apr 2020
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Local businesses and the community invited to get involved in Inland Rail project

Local businesses and the community invited to get involved in Inland Rail project

Local business could be in for a boost by registering their interest in the Inland Rail project set to enhance 173 kilometres of existing rail corridor between Stockinbingal and Parkes (S2P).A regiona…
Bland Shire Council 22 Jan 2020
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World renowned chainsaw artist to add to Bland Art Trail

World renowned chainsaw artist to add to Bland Art Trail

The work will create a large scale artwork in McCann Park which will add significantly to the Bland Shire’s emerging art trail which also includes the Big Football at Ungarie, the Weethalle Silo mural…
Bland Shire Council 24 Sep 2019
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Mitchells Pass reopens following landslip

One-lane access has reopened to pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles at Mitchells Pass, Glenbrook, following work to repair damage caused by last month’s landslip.
Blue Mountains 16 May 2024
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Visitor Paid Parking update for Blue Mountains residents

Almost 95% of Blue Mountains residents have received parking permits, so that they can park for free in town centres and key visitation areas.
Blue Mountains 13 May 2024
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Binfluencer Awards celebrate sustainable innovation

Council’s ‘Binfluencer Awards’ brought the community together to celebrate the ingenuity of individuals and businesses in avoiding, reusing and recycling waste.
Blue Mountains 9 May 2024
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New lighting for The Broken Hill Tennis Club

New lighting for The Broken Hill Tennis Club

New lighting for The Broken Hill Tennis Club Published on 09 May 2024 Lighting infrastructure and switchboards upgrades at The Broken Hill Tennis Club, located at the E.P O’Neill Memorial Park are und…
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Barkandji/Barkindji artists share travels together in a new exhibition

Barkandji/Barkindji artists share travels together in a new exhibition

"This exhibition is an exercise in custodial responsibility – we are sharing these stories to introduce people to our Country."
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Broken Hill City Art Gallery Announces 'Lines of Lode' Exhibition

Broken Hill City Art Gallery Announces 'Lines of Lode' Exhibition

Broken Hill City Art Gallery Announces 'Lines of Lode' Exhibition Published on 29 April 2024 The Broken Hill City Art Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of its new exhibition, 'L…
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A new plan for housing in the Byron Shire on its way in 2024

A new plan for housing in the Byron Shire on its way in 2024

For six weeks the most popular page on Byron Shire Council’s website was the Housing Options Paper, with almost 2,000 views and 286 submissions presented to staff for review.The development and exhibi…
Byron Shire Council 20 Dec 2023
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New fenced dog parks now open in Mullumbimby

New fenced dog parks now open in Mullumbimby

New fenced dog parks now open in Mullumbimby Published on 19 December 2023 Dog owners in Mullumbimby have a new leash-free area to walk their hounds with two dog parks now open and ready for use.
Byron Shire Council 19 Dec 2023
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Check signage for parking, camping and dog information

Check signage for parking, camping and dog information

Check signage for parking, camping and dog information Published on 18 December 2023 Byron Shire Council will be working closely with the Tweed Byron Police District and National Parks and Wildlife Se…
Byron Shire Council 18 Dec 2023
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Suggestions sought for community drought projects

Suggestions sought for community drought projects

Mayor welcomes NSW Government's $2.17m investment in Cabonne's future Published on 11 October 2018 Eight Cabonne Council projects have received more than $2 million from the NSW Government in …
Cabonne Council 15 Oct 2018
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Mayor welcomes NSW Government's $2.17m investment in Cabonne's future

Mayor welcomes NSW Government's $2.17m investment in Cabonne's future

Eight Cabonne Council projects have received more than $2 million from the NSW Government in what the Mayor has described as a once-in-a-generation funding boost for the village of Cumnock. Acceptin…
Cabonne Council 11 Oct 2018
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Temporary Water Supply Interruption - King Street, Molong

Temporary Water Supply Interruption - King Street, Molong

Cabonne Council wishes to advise that water has been switched off at King Street, Molong, for approximately three hours this afternoon (9th October 2018). The water can be expected to be turned back o…
Cabonne Council 9 Oct 2018
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Local projects announced for $145 million WestInvest funding

Local projects announced for $145 million WestInvest funding

04 Feb 2023 All suburbs Airds, Ambarvale, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Claymore, Denham Court, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glen…
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Have your say on Campbelltown Southern Catchments Flood Study

Have your say on Campbelltown Southern Catchments Flood Study

27 Jan 2023 All suburbs Airds, Ambarvale, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Claymore, Denham Court, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glen…
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Invictus Games comes to the bay

Invictus Games comes to the bay

Mayor Angelo Tsirekas today welcomes the 2018 Invictus Games to the City of Canada Bay. “After Council’s resolution earlier this year to support the Games, and months of planning in the lead up, the h…
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Redevelopment of Concord Oval_MR 2018

Redevelopment of Concord Oval_MR 2018

PLANS UNVEILED FOR CONCORD OVAL In the most ambitious infrastructure project ever undertaken by the City of Canada Bay, the redevelopment of Concord Oval is set to transform the iconic local venue int…
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Learn to Swim program

Learn to Swim program

To ensure young residents are ready to safely hit pools and beaches this season, the City of Canada Bay is offering 50 per cent off swimming lessons at Cabarita and Drummoyne swimming centres, City of…
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Finding a job and having fun – CBCity’s Youth Week

Finding a job and having fun – CBCity’s Youth Week

Looking for help finding a job or a fun night out skating?
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Let your hair hang down at Youth Festival

Let your hair hang down at Youth Festival

Bankstown Arts Centre will be buzzing with art, music, poetry and more, when it hosts the NEXUS Youth Arts Festival this weekend.
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Save on School Holiday activities this Autumn

Save on School Holiday activities this Autumn

Bankstown Arts Centre presents ‘Homelands’ for Refugee Weekhttps://www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/media/bankstown-arts-centre-presents-‘homelands’-for-refugee-weekBankstown Arts Centre presents ‘Homelands’ for…
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UPCOMING ROAD WORKS – CARRATHOOL RD

UPCOMING ROAD WORKS – CARRATHOOL RD

EXISTING SEALED ROAD REHABILITATION Pavement rehabilitation work for the upgrade the Carrathool Road 11.5km (from intersection of Murrumbidgee River Road to the Railway crossing / Wrights Lane interse…
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2022 Seniors Luncheon

2022 Seniors Luncheon

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Jagers Pit - Mitchells Road

Jagers Pit - Mitchells Road

Council will be undertaking work on Mitchells Road at Jager’s Pit.  During this time Mitchells Road will be closed to all traffic from Sloanes Road intersection (as indicated in red on the map below).…
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Wyong Town Centre Heritage Tour

Wyong Town Centre Heritage Tour

As part of Heritage Month, take a fascinating guided walking tour around historic Wyong learning about its establishment and development since 1887.
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Arty Crafters Autumn Exhibition

Arty Crafters Autumn Exhibition

The Arty Crafters Autumn Exhibition An annual exhibition and sale of unique art and craft items by local artists.
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Youth Week 2023 events

Central Coast Council in collaboration with local young people and youth service providers is celebrating National Youth Week with a...
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Council’s free tree giveaway postponed

Due to the restrictions in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) Council has postponed the free tree giveaway until later in the year.
Cessnock City Council 24 Mar 2020
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Learner Driver Workshop Postponed

Cessnock City Council in partnership with Transport NSW had scheduled a free workshop for parents and supervisors of learner drivers on Thursday 26 March 2020. Due to the restrictions in place to stop…
Cessnock City Council 24 Mar 2020
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COVID-19: Safety of community and staff paramount

COVID-19: Safety of community and staff paramount

The safety of community and staff is a priority for Cessnock City Council in relation to COVID-19 (novel coronavirus).
Cessnock City Council 20 Mar 2020
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Work opportunities available during Council by-election

Work opportunities available during Council by-election

There are a number of temporary work opportunities available during next month's Council by-election.
Cobar Shire Council 20 Jan 2022
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February 26 set for Council by-election

February 26 set for Council by-election

Cobar Shire Council will hold a by-election on Saturday, 26 February to vote in one new councillor.
Cobar Shire Council 13 Jan 2022
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Pool makes splash with summer activities for all the family

Pool makes splash with summer activities for all the family

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Cobar Shire Council 21 Dec 2021
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Coffs Council Sets New Digital Standard with Improved Website Experience

Coffs Council Sets New Digital Standard with Improved Website Experience

With increasing community reliance on digital platforms to conduct transactions and seek information, Coffs Harbour City Council has launched a new corporate website to make life easier for residents,…
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Coffs Council Service Delivery Changes to Support Regional NSW Stay at Home Restrictions

Coffs Council Service Delivery Changes to Support Regional NSW Stay at Home Restrictions

A number of changes have been made to Council’s service delivery including facility closures as a result of the public health orders and stay at home restrictions in place across regional NSW.  These …
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Still 2021 Winner Announced: Silent Cop by Blak Douglas

Still 2021 Winner Announced: Silent Cop by Blak Douglas

The $30,000 Still: National Still Life Award 2021, has been awarded to Dunghutti artist Blak Douglas for his sculpture Silent Cop 2021, a memorial to black deaths in custody.
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Supervising learner drivers online workshop

Supervising learner drivers online workshop

Help learner drivers become safer drivers A free workshop to help parents and carers learn how to safely teach and supervise learner drivers.
Cumberland Council 1 May 2024
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Messy and Sensory Play for ages 2 to 5 years

Messy and Sensory Play for ages 2 to 5 years

Learn and Play for Families is a playgroup for children aged 2 to 5 years.
Cumberland Council 30 Apr 2024
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New Website Launch

New Website Launch

Dungog Shire Council are excited to announce that we will be launching a new website at 10am on Thursday 15 December. The new site will make it easier to find information on Council services, developm…
Dungog Shire Council 13 Dec 2022
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Message from the Mayor: 9 December 2022

Message from the Mayor: 9 December 2022

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Edward River Village Hits Milestones–On Time and Under Budget

Edward River Village Hits Milestones–On Time and Under Budget

Edward River Village Hits Milestones–On Time and Under Budget Published on 20 March 2024 The Edward River Village independent seniors living development is making significant strides forward, with the…
Edward River Council 20 Mar 2024
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Council Celebrates Milestones in Mid-Year Review

Council Celebrates Milestones in Mid-Year Review

opens in new tab or window Council Celebrates Milestones in Mid-Year Review Published on 08 March 2024 Edward River Council’s latest Delivery Program progress report spanning July through …
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Call for community cooperation on COVID compliance

Call for community cooperation on COVID compliance

Eurobodalla Council is continuing to work with NSW Health on COVID-19 safety and compliance throughout the shire.Southern NSW Health Environmental Health and Tobacco Compliance Officers, along with au…
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Free workshop for supervisors of learner drivers

Free workshop for supervisors of learner drivers

Eurobodalla Council will host a free workshop to help parents and carers guide their learner drivers.Council’s road safety Officer Kate McDougall said the practical workshop was full of tips for anyon…
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Council meetings resume February

Council meetings resume February

Eurobodalla Council meetings, public forum and public access resume in February.With NSW Government restrictions eased, meetings were anticipated to return to the Council Chamber next month.
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Amendment to Fairfield City Council's 2020-2021 Fees and Charges

Amendment to Fairfield City Council's 2020-2021 Fees and Charges

The following fees will be introduced to Council’s Fees and Charges subsequent to the recent public exhibition of the 2020-2021 Operational Plan.
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Community centres and halls to reopen

Community centres and halls to reopen

Community centres and halls to reopen Published Thursday, 18th June 2020 Fairfield School of Arts Fairfield City’s community centres and halls will reopen from Monday, 22 June following the easing of …
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Libraries start reopening with priority given to seniors and HSC students

Libraries start reopening with priority given to seniors and HSC students

Library customers will be able to visit Fairfield City Open Libraries to borrow books and other library items and use computers, printers and study spaces from next Monday, 22 June 2020.
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Federation Council Snippets 15-5-2024

Federation Council Snippets 15-5-2024

opens in new tab or window You Are Here : Home / Federation Council Snippets 15-5-2024 Federation Council Snippets 15-5-2024 Published on 15 May 2024 Federation Council Snippets provid…
Federation Council 15 May 2024
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Federation Council Snippets 8-5-2024

Federation Council Snippets 8-5-2024

opens in new tab or window You Are Here : Home / Federation Council Snippets 8-5-2024 Federation Council Snippets 8-5-2024 Published on 08 May 2024 Federation Council Snippets provides…
Federation Council 8 May 2024
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Indigenous Artists invited to participate Currawa Crossing Exhibition

Indigenous Artists invited to participate Currawa Crossing Exhibition

Indigenous Artists invited to participate Currawa Crossing Exhibition Published on 03 May 2024 The ‘Currawa Crossing’ exhibition is returning in 2024.
Federation Council 3 May 2024
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May Council Meeting Briefs

May Council Meeting Briefs

17 May, 2024   Council calls for reversal of waste tendering amendments     Gunnedah Shire Council will call on the NSW Government to reverse recent amendments to the Local Government (General) Regula…
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Operational Plan sets clear plan for 2024-25

Operational Plan sets clear plan for 2024-25

May 16, 2024 The Gunnedah Shire Council Draft 2024/25 Operational Plan and Fees & Charges are now on public exhibition.
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Operational Plan sets clear path for 2024-25

Operational Plan sets clear path for 2024-25

May 16, 2024 The Gunnedah Shire Council Draft 2024/25 Operational Plan and Fees & Charges are now on public exhibition.
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Development Application 6/2021

Development Application 6/2021

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Gwydir Shire Council 10 Feb 2021
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Development Application 2/2021

Development Application 2/2021

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Development Application 7/2021

Development Application 7/2021

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Council to strengthen Refugee Welcome Centre ties with local schools and sports clubs

Council to strengthen Refugee Welcome Centre ties with local schools and sports clubs

Navigate to home page Inner West Council is a local government area in inner western Sydney.
Inner West Council 13 Aug 2018
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Developers to foot bill for assessment of rezoning proposals

Developers to foot bill for assessment of rezoning proposals

Navigate to home page Inner West Council is a local government area in inner western Sydney.
Inner West Council 8 Aug 2018
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Have your say on WestConnex parliamentary inquiry

Have your say on WestConnex parliamentary inquiry

Navigate to home page Inner West Council is a local government area in inner western Sydney.
Inner West Council 7 Aug 2018
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Candidate webinar

Candidate webinar

The NSW Electoral Commission is running a series of webinars for candidates and other political participants in the lead-up to the 14 September local government elections.
Kyogle Council News 16 May 2024
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Works update – 9 May 2024

Works update – 9 May 2024

The new Hansen and Ryans Creek road bridges have opened to traffic.
Kyogle Council News 9 May 2024
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Privacy Awareness Week – Power Up Your Privacy

Privacy Awareness Week – Power Up Your Privacy

It’s time to ‘power up your privacy’ for Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) – 6-12 May 2024 PAW is an annual event used to raise awareness of privacy issues and the importance of protecting personal infor…
Kyogle Council News 6 May 2024
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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE - INTERSECTION OF BOONA ROAD AND MAITLAND STREET CONDOBOLIN

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE - INTERSECTION OF BOONA ROAD AND MAITLAND STREET CONDOBOLIN

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE - INTERSECTION OF BOONA ROAD AND MAITLAND STREET CONDOBOLIN 16 Feb 2022 12:36 PM - The community is advised that there will be road works carried out for culvert replacement at …
Lachlan Council News 16 Feb 2022
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Lithgow finalists ready to celebrate at the Western NSW Business awards ceremony.

Lithgow finalists ready to celebrate at the Western NSW Business awards ceremony.

Several Lithgow businesses, including the Lithgow Council Libraries, have reached the finals of the Western NSW Business Awards that will be held in Bathurst on Friday 31st May.
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Mayor Statham Attends LGNSW Rural & Regional Summit

Mayor Statham Attends LGNSW Rural & Regional Summit 14 May, 2024 On Thursday 9 May, Lithgow Mayor Maree Statham attended the Local Government NSW (LGNSW) Rural & Regional Summit in Sydney.
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Browns Gap Road to open to one lane of traffic

Browns Gap Road to open to one lane of traffic 10 May, 2024 After extensive repair work on Browns Gap Road, Lithgow City Council is pleased to announce that the Browns Gap Road is now open to motori…
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Casula Powerhouse Announces The Winners Of The 68th Blake Prize For Art And Poetry

Casula Powerhouse Announces The Winners Of The 68th Blake Prize For Art And Poetry

Component Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) congratulates the extraordinary artists and poet whom the judges have selected, from among 600 entries and 57 finalists, as the winners of the three art …
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Liverpool Council Budgets For Growth

Liverpool Council Budgets For Growth

This year’s Liverpool City Council budget sets up the council to meet the challenges of being one of the state’s most rapidly growing cites and meeting the increasing needs of its residents and ratepa…
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Mayor Mannoun officially opens new synthetic playing field at Hammondville Park

Mayor Mannoun officially opens new synthetic playing field at Hammondville Park

Keep up to date with the latest developments in Liverpool and hear about upcoming events and opportunities, enter your details to subscribe to Liverpool Business Connect, Liverpool City Council's …
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Boggabilla Hosts Council Meeting

Boggabilla Hosts Council Meeting

Published: 17 May 2024 BOGGABILLA HOSTS COUNCIL MEETING Council hosted its May Ordinary Council meeting at the Boggabilla TAFE yesterday to allow community members an opportunity to come and speak …
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The Last Daughter

The Last Daughter

The Last Daughter Come and be inspired by author Brenda Matthews who shares her healing journey through her book and film The Last Daughter. Taking place at RSL War Museum the doors will be openin…
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A Splashtacular Win for the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre (MAAC)

A Splashtacular Win for the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre (MAAC)

Published: 16 May 2024 A Splashtacular Win for the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre (MAAC) Council is pleased to have received acknowledgement of having successfully obtained grant funding of $9,641,761…
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From the Mayor - 24 June 2020

From the Mayor - 24 June 2020

As Council continues to carefully and cautiously relax COVID restrictions, a number of significant changes at Council’s community facilities will commence over the coming week.
Mosman Council: News 24 Jun 2020
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Barry O’Keefe Library hours extended

Barry O’Keefe Library hours extended

Barry O’Keefe Library hours extended Posted Tuesday 23 June 2020Barry O’Keefe Library’s daily opening hours will be extended from 6 July for all users.The library currently welcomes visitors aged 60 a…
Mosman Council: News 23 Jun 2020
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Solar panels for Sports Centre

Solar panels for Sports Centre

Solar panels for Sports Centre Posted Tuesday 23 June 2020New PV solar panels have been installed on the main roof of the Marie Bashir Mosman Sports Centre, to reduce the centre’s greenhouse gas emiss…
Mosman Council: News 23 Jun 2020
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Council says no to proposed changes to planning rules

Council says no to proposed changes to planning rules

About the council The Murray River Council area covers 11,865 square kilometres, with a population of 11,456.
Murray River Council 27 Oct 2021
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Community Grants awarded in Murray River Council

Community Grants awarded in Murray River Council

Murray River Council acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices and services are located.
Murray River Council 27 Oct 2021
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MRC adopts Animal Breeding Policy

MRC adopts Animal Breeding Policy

About the council The Murray River Council area covers 11,865 square kilometres, with a population of 11,456.
Murray River Council 27 Oct 2021
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St Leonards Park Landscape Improvement Works

St Leonards Park Landscape Improvement Works

Stage 3 works to the Southern Lawn have commenced.
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Community Services and Facilities under Threat

Community Services and Facilities under Threat

State Government proposing to take $9.3m from our community.
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Community services and facilities under threat

Community services and facilities under threat

State Government proposing to take $9.3m from our community
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Australian Women’s Rugby 7’s team celebrate new clubhouse amenities for Porter Reserve

Australian Women’s Rugby 7’s team celebrate new clubhouse amenities for Porter Reserve

The Australian Women’s 7’s Rugby Team are rugby royalty and we’re lucky to have them make a special appearance at Newport’s Porter Reserve to help celebrate an important milestone.
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Privacy Awareness Week 1 – 7 May. Back to Basics

Privacy Awareness Week 1 – 7 May. Back to Basics

Learn the basics of how to protect your personal information during Privacy Awareness Week.
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The grand old dame of Manly to be revitalised

The grand old dame of Manly to be revitalised

The grand old dame of Manly has been the centre of civic life for many decades but its future use may soon change, with Council embarking on concept planning to repurpose the building for future gener…
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Proposed ‘All Traffic Left Only’ restriction in First Avenue at Chelmsford Avenue, Epping

City of Parramatta Council is proposing to install a ‘All Traffic Left Only 8am-9:30am, 2:30pm-4pm School Days’ restriction for southbound traffic in First Avenue turning into Chelmsford Avenue, Eppin…
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Proposed ‘All Traffic Left Only’ restriction in Grand Avenue North, Rosehill

Proposed ‘All Traffic Left Only’ restriction in Grand Avenue North, Rosehill

City of Parramatta Council is proposing to install a ‘All Traffic Left Only’ restriction for westbound traffic in Grand Avenue North at James Ruse Drive, Rosehill.
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Proposed 10km/h shared zone in Tottenham Street, Granville

Proposed 10km/h shared zone in Tottenham Street, Granville

City of Parramatta Council is proposing to update the speed limit restrictions in Tottenham Street, Granville to formally install a 10km/h Shared Zone restriction.
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Working together to protect the bare-nosed wombat

Working together to protect the bare-nosed wombat

Our new fortnightly eNewsletter delivers the most up-to-date news on Council’s key decisions, projects, initiatives and events.
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Libraries turning the page: Branches re-open, Mobile Library on the road

Libraries turning the page: Branches re-open, Mobile Library on the road

Cooma and Bombala libraries reopened their doors this week and the Mobile Library is back on the road after another period of COVID-19 related closures.
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History made: Monaro Rail Trail agreement signed

History made: Monaro Rail Trail agreement signed

Representatives from Monaro Rail Trail Inc (MRT) and Snowy Monaro Regional Council (SMRC) met on Friday 28 January 2022 to sign the historic first formal agreement for the Monaro Rail Trail.This is ag…
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Strathfield Community Garden

Strathfield Community Garden

OPEN FOR NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN NOW We're looking for green thumbs who'd like to help a communal greenspace thrive.…
Strathfield Council 17 May 2024
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Safe from the rising tide?

Safe from the rising tide?

This exhibition brings together Andrew Tomkins’ lifelong graphic depiction of local environments under threat from global warming and rising sea…
Strathfield Council 17 May 2024
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Cuppas & Craft at the Library

Cuppas & Craft at the Library

Want to enjoy a chat and a cuppa with fellow crafters?
Strathfield Council 6 May 2024
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3 million boost for redevelopment of historic community facility

People recovering from drug and alcohol addiction will have access to improved facilities thanks to a $3 million grant to help the Salvation Army redevelop the historic William Booth House.
City of Sydney 22 Mar 2024
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Raising the Bar makes post-work socialising a whole lot smarter

Experts swap lecture halls and boardrooms for local bars and pubs
City of Sydney 15 Mar 2024
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Opening up a piece of Sydney’s heritage to the public

Art exhibitions and small-scale community events will be able to share a unique part of the state’s history with the City of Sydney now restoring the interior of one of the brick kilns at Sydney Park.
City of Sydney 12 Mar 2024
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Traffic Management for Special Events

Traffic Management for Special Events

When planning an event, you have a legally requirement of duty of care to ensure the safety of road users and vehicle traffic generated or impacted by the event, as well as such as event participants,…
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Roads in the region

Roads in the region

Council is responsible for a sealed and gravel road network across the region that exceeds 3,000km.
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National Guitar Museum launches in Tamworth

National Guitar Museum launches in Tamworth

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Works Schedule - Week Starting Monday, 13 May 2024

Works Schedule - Week Starting Monday, 13 May 2024

Our crews have been working hard to maintain and improve our community infrastructure.
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Works Schedule - Week Starting Monday, 20 May 2024

Works Schedule - Week Starting Monday, 20 May 2024

Our crews have been working hard to maintain and improve our community infrastructure.
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Upper Hunter Shire Council Extraordinary Meeting Recap

Upper Hunter Shire Council Extraordinary Meeting Recap

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Council News: 10 February 2022

Council News: 10 February 2022

Council News: 10 February 2022 Dates to Note Friday 18 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell East) Monday 21 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell West) Street Stalls Friday 11 Febru…
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Council News: 17 February 2022

Council News: 17 February 2022

Council News: 17 February 2022 Dates to Note Friday 18 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell East) Monday 21 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell West) Street Stalls Friday 18 Febru…
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Council News: 3 February 2022

Council News: 3 February 2022

Dates to Note Friday 4 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell East) Monday 7 February 2022 - Recycling collection (Grenfell West) Street Stalls … Read more
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Community News is a community newsletter…

Community News is a community newsletter…

Community News is a community newsletter which aims to provide you with an easy-to-read quarterly update to help keep you connected and informed about things that are happening across Wollondilly.
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Wollondilly Shire Council’s community gr…

Wollondilly Shire Council’s community gr…

Wollondilly Shire Council’s community grants program is now open for online applications through SmartyGrants, offering grants to local community groups, charities, sporting groups and not for profit …
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Wollondilly Shire Council has welcomed t…

Wollondilly Shire Council has welcomed t…

Wollondilly Shire Council has welcomed the announcement of $4.
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Help Name West Dapto’s Big Bridge

Help Name West Dapto’s Big Bridge

Wollongong City Council is calling for suggestions for naming the new main bridge in the Fowlers Road to Fairwater Drive link– and Bridgey McBridgeface isn’t on the options list.
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Builders – August Winds are Coming

Builders – August Winds are Coming

Wollongong City Council is reminding builders to tie down their materials on building sites across the city.
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Help Shape the Lake

Help Shape the Lake

Wollongong and Shellharbour City Councils are calling for local community members to provide feedback on the draft Lake Illawarra Coastal Management Program.
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National Tree Day - 28 July 2019

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2019 Woollahra Garden Awards

2019 Woollahra Garden Awards

2019 Woollahra Garden Awards Published: 25 June 2019 We’re looking for Woollahra’s best gardens.
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New App puts the best of Double Bay at your fingertips

New App puts the best of Double Bay at your fingertips

New App puts the best of Double Bay at your fingertips Published: 12 June 2019 Woollahra Council has launched Ganda, a free wayfinding app to help locals and visitors find exactly what they are looki…
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Mayoral Message - April 2024

I began this month with my fellow Councillors and the Council Management Team to meet with the NSW Local Government Grants Commission, comprising of Allan Baptist Chair and Commissioner’s Leanne Barne…
Yass Valley Council 1 May 2024
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