Mayor to take leave

Mayor to take leave

AlburyCity Mayor Kevin Mack has taken leave from the position while he contests a seat in the federal election on 18 May this year.
AlburyCity News 16 Apr 2019
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Get inside the mind of a genius

Get inside the mind of a genius

The amazing designs of one of history’s greatest artists and inventors are coming to Albury.
AlburyCity News 11 Apr 2019
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Albury rocks in Youth Week

Albury rocks in Youth Week

Retro Lane Café will be rocking during Youth Week, with activities celebrating and supporting our young people to be held every day.
AlburyCity News 09 Apr 2019
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Paid parking for better airport service

Paid parking for better airport service

Paid parking will be introduced for the Armidale Regional Airport carpark from 1 May, to improve the availability of parking for airport users and provide a more equitable mix of income for the regional facility.
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Creative fun is building at libraries

Creative fun is building at libraries

Eggcitement is building at Armidale Regional Council libraries, as they prepare for a fortnight of free school holiday activities from this Monday.
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Street festival feast for the ears and eyes

Street festival feast for the ears and eyes

The inaugural Colour New England Street Arts Festival on Saturday 6 April will be a feast for the ears as well as the eyes. Live music will feature in Armidale’s Beardy Street Mall throughout the festival, providing a tuneful backdrop as audiences are entertained by an array of international visual artists.
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Easter at Yanga 2019

Easter at Yanga 2019 18 April 2019 Click here for information –Easter at Yanga
Balranald (Area) 18 Apr 2019
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Combined Murray and Sunraysia Blue Green Algae Report – April 2019

Combined Murray and Sunraysia Blue Green Algae Report – April 2019 3 April 2019
Balranald (Area) 09 Apr 2019
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Public Inquiry

Public Inquiry

Public Inquiry 27 March 2019 The Commissioner has published notices in local newspapers calling for submissions to the Inquiry, The commissioner encourages submissions on matters Read More
Balranald (Area) 01 Apr 2019
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Artisans from Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail to feature at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

Continue reading MEDIA RELEASE 17 April 2019 A group of Bathurst’s artisans will promote their crafts and the Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail at the Sydney Royal Easter Show on April 18 in a celebration of World Heritage Day. “The theme of World Heritage Day this year is ‘Rural Landscapes’, and it is well recognised that the Bathurst region boasts some of the most iconic and well-loved rural landscapes to be found in Australia” “The Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail is a showcase of the region’s heritage along with the old trades and crafts which helped build Bathurst and created these wonderful landscapes that are the product of the interaction of nature and human ingenuity”. In addition, there will be a ‘Bathurst Heritage’ display within the Heritage Pavilion for the duration of the Show which will further promote the importance of the event and of heritage activation activities to the many thousands of visitors expected to attend.
Bathurst 17 Apr 2019
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What’s News at Bathurst Regional Council

What’s News at Bathurst Regional Council

For more information and to obtain an entry form please visit www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au Village Meetings Raglan - 6 pm - 30 April - Raglan Hall Eglinton - 6 pm - 9 May - Eglinton Memorial Hall Perthville - 6 pm - 14 May - Perthville School of Arts Hall Zoomobile Kids Day at the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum Get nose to nose with Australian wildlife at the Zoomobile Kids Day on 13 April at the Museum from 10am-2pm. Where: Bathurst Library, Keppel Street When: Wednesday, 17 April 2pm-3.30pm and Thursday, 18 April 10:30am-11 :30am, 12pm-1 pm, 2pm-3pm, 3:30pm-4:30pm Bluntside Youth Week Clinic Ricky from Bluntside Skatepark Tours will lead workshops for skateboards, scooters and BMX. Bookings for the 11am talk are essential, phone 6333 6281 or register at eventbrite.com.au Autumn School Holiday Program April 15-24 (excluding public holidays) Puppet shows, robots, yoga, writing workshops and augmented-reality escape rooms are just some of the fun activities being offered during the April school holidays.
Bathurst 12 Apr 2019
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Book Now For Free Water Wise Gardening Workshops

Book Now For Free Water Wise Gardening Workshops

MEDIA RELEASE 11 April 2019 A series of free Water Wise gardening workshops will run throughout May to help residents care for gardens while using limited water over winter. Continue reading MEDIA RELEASE 11 April 2019 A series of free Water Wise gardening workshops will run throughout May to help residents care for gardens while using limited water over winter. “There are many simple things gardeners can do to save water, avoid or reduce water excess charges and still maintain a healthy garden,” he said.
Bathurst 11 Apr 2019
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Operating hours over Easter and Anzac Day

Operating hours over Easter and Anzac Day

Bega Valley Shire Council offices will close at 4.30pm tomorrow (Thursday 18 April) to observe public...
Bega Valley Shire 18 Apr 2019
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Turning fish waste into compost

Turning fish waste into compost

A new business that turns fish waste into compost will help solve an ongoing problem facing Bega Valley...
Bega Valley Shire 16 Apr 2019
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Life through the lens

Life through the lens

The Bega Valley Regional Gallery�s next exhibition Contemporising the Modern showcases 50 photographic...
Bega Valley Shire 16 Apr 2019
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ANZAC Day temporary road closures

ANZAC Day temporary road closures

In accordance with the Roads Act, 1993 (Part 8), Council is considering the following temporary road closures to facilitate the staging of Anzac Day Ceremonies in Urunga, Repton, Bellingen and Dorrigo on Thursday 25 April 2019.
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New Interpretive Signage for Gleniffer Reserve

New Interpretive Signage for Gleniffer Reserve

Council continues to progress the Gleniffer Reserves Master Plan and just recently launched the new interpretive signage at Gleniffer Reserves. Signage was installed at the four reserves in the Gleniffer Valley, including: Broken Bridge, Angel Gabriel Capararo, Arthur Keough and Earl Preston.
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Signage Strategy - Have Your Say

Signage Strategy - Have Your Say

The Bellingen Shire community is encouraged to contribute to the development of a Signage Strategy for the Shire.  The Signage Strategy will look at tourism and Wayfinding signage at shire boundaries and town entry points, parks and reserves, and visitor information signage.
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Streets Alive colours Blacktown

Streets Alive colours Blacktown

One of the major highlights of the Blacktown City Festival is always the ‘Streets Alive and Parade Day’ and this year will see a vibrant array of colour and action in the Blacktown CBD on Saturday, 25 May.
Blacktown City 17 Apr 2019
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Popular festival returns to Riverstone

Popular festival returns to Riverstone

The popular Riverstone Festival and Street Parade are back for the 19th year.
Blacktown City 17 Apr 2019
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Blacktown’s 2019 Youth Ambassadors

Blacktown’s 2019 Youth Ambassadors

Blacktown City Council is proud to announce that Ebony O’Connor from St Andrews College and Evan Ademovic from Rooty Hill High School have been appointed Youth Ambassadors for 2019/20.
Blacktown City 16 Apr 2019
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Council adopts 2019-2020 budget

Council adopts 2019-2020 budget

The draft 2019/20 budget includes provision for further business cases to be prepared in relation to an indoor heated pool; a mining history museum; a main street restoration plan and a master plan for the West Wyalong airport and funding for new signage to the entry points to the Shire.
Bland Shire Council 17 Apr 2019
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Huge crowds expected for Anniversary celebrations

Huge crowds expected for Anniversary celebrations

Hundreds of former residents will return home this weekend to help celebrate the 125th anniversary of Wyalong and West Wyalong.A full weekend of activities is planned to suit all tastes and interests and reconnect current residents, former residents, visitors and locals.People from all parts of Australia, including as far away as Perth, have confirmed their intention to return to or visit the twin towns to help celebrate the historic anniversary.
Bland Shire Council 20 Mar 2019
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Huge crowds expected for Anniversary celebrations

Huge crowds expected for Anniversary celebrations

Hundreds of former residents will return home this weekend to help celebrate the 125th anniversary of Wyalong and West Wyalong.A full weekend of activities is planned to suit all tastes and interests and reconnect current residents, former residents, visitors and locals.People from all parts of Australia, including as far away as Perth, have confirmed their intention to return to or visit the twin towns to help celebrate the historic anniversary.
Bland Shire Council 20 Mar 2019
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Council participates in first public hearing of Public Inquiry

Council participates in first public hearing of Public Inquiry

The first of the public hearings for the Public Inquiry into Council’s asbestos management and organisational governance are being held this week.
Blue Mountains 08 Apr 2019
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Sustainability initiatives endorsed by Council

Sustainability initiatives endorsed by Council

Council is pursuing three sustainability initiatives in order to achieve a more sustainable Blue Mountains, in line with its community-endorsed Community Strategic Plan.
Blue Mountains 28 Mar 2019
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Wrap of the April Council Meeting

Wrap of the April Council Meeting

Councillor Tom Kennedy lodged three notices of motion calling for $3.2 million earmarked for the new library to be spent on other projects. The motions called for the money to be spent on lighting for the Alma Oval, and upgrades for Queen Elizabeth Park and Norm Fox Oval. No other Councillors were willing to second the motions, and they lapsed.   Councillors voted to lodge a formal application with the NSW Geographical Name Board to rename Airport Road to "Pro Hart Way".  
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'Site swap' off the table

'Site swap' off the table

Councillors have made good on their promise to listen to feedback regarding a proposed site swap involving the VIC building and Police, with the proposal now removed from early plans around the new library project. The Cultural Framework around the new library and cultural precinct was officially adopted at last night's meeting, with all references to the proposed site swap removed from the plans.
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Brushmen's works not forgotten

Brushmen's works not forgotten

In honour of Mr Absalom's career, staff at the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery have re-hung its permanent collection to feature a large number of the Brushmen's works, including four pieces by Mr Absalom.
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Swim between the flags this Easter

Swim between the flags this Easter

With thousands of holiday makers and locals expected to make the most of the beaches in the Byron Shire this Easter break and school holidays, people are asked to make sure they swim at patrolled beaches and between the flags.
Byron Shire Council 18 Apr 2019
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Community thanked for Talking Future Tourism with Council

Community thanked for Talking Future Tourism with Council

Council wishes to sincerely thank the Byron Shire community and everyone who took time from their busy schedules to participate in the recent Talking Future Tourism kitchen table consultation, which finished last Sunday (14 April).
Byron Shire Council 18 Apr 2019
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What do you want your neighbourhood to look like in the future

What do you want your neighbourhood to look like in the future

What do you want your neighbourhood to look and feel like over the next 10-20 years? This is one of the questions Byron Shire Council is asking its residents as part of the development of its Residential Strategy.
Byron Shire Council 18 Apr 2019
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Suggestions sought for community drought projects

Suggestions sought for community drought projects

Up to $1 million has been made available for community infrastructure and other drought relief initiatives in Cabonne, and Cabonne Council is inviting expressions of interest for suitable projects.
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. Accepting a cheque for $2.17m from Rick Colless, the NSW Parliamentary Secretary for Western NSW, Cr Kevin Beatty thanked the Government for making an amazing investment in the Shire’s future. Almost $1m will go to two projects at Cumnock, where a large crowd gathered for the announcement today (Thursday 11 October 2018).
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 on between 3-4PM. Council wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused and will keep you updated as the afternoon progresses.
Cabonne Council 09 Oct 2018
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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 hard work is finally done. We are ...
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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 into a state of the art recreation facility as ...
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Learn to Swim program

Learn to Swim program

CANADA BAY HELPS KIDS TO BE SAFE IN THE DEEP END  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 Canada ...
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Anzac Day

Anzac Day

On ANZAC Day, Thursday 25 April, we remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for us to enjoy the freedoms we have today. Residents are encouraged to attend one of a number of services and marches being held in our area.
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Taste test camel burgers at Ramadan Nights Lakemba

Taste test camel burgers at Ramadan Nights Lakemba

Visitors to this year’s Ramadan Nights Lakemba could be forgiven for thinking they were in Marrakesh, exploring what exotic foods the ancient Moroccan medina has to offer.
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Work experience offered through new partnership

Work experience offered through new partnership

If you’ve visited Riverwood Library and Community Hub recently, you may have met its latest recruit, Anthony Niforis.
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Hillston Swing Bridge and Desatholon Park Tree Trimming

Hillston Swing Bridge and Desatholon Park Tree Trimming

Council is carrying out tree trimming at Hillston Swing Bridge and Desatholon Park over the coming days. The contractor carry out the works are Betta Tree Services. The public are reminded that these areas are off limits until works are complete and the park and swing bridge are officially opened in the coming weeks.
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Central Coast Potters Society Annual Christmas Exhibition and Sale

Central Coast Potters Society Annual Christmas Exhibition and Sale

Central Coast Potters Society Annual Christmas Exhibition and Sale
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Green Living Workshop - Organic Gardening

Green Living Workshop - Organic Gardening

Do you want to feed your family with organic food but find it too expensive or too hard to find? Why not grow your own? This workshop will...
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Cosplay in the Garden

Cosplay in the Garden

We challenge you to send us your best Cosplay photo taken in the Edogawa Commemorative Garden!
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New skatepark for Millfield

New skatepark for Millfield

Cessnock City Council’s excited to announce Millfield will have its own skatepark and residents are invited to a community workshop to help Council come up with a vision for the skatepark.
Cessnock City Council 18 Apr 2019
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Keep your mate safe, Microchip!

Keep your mate safe, Microchip!

Losing a pet can be a traumatising experience for families. Making sure your pet is microchipped can be the difference between life and death.
Cessnock City Council 16 Apr 2019
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Easter Holiday Arrangements 2019

Easter Holiday Arrangements 2019

Councillors and Staff would like to take this opportunity to wish residents a safe and happy Easter Holiday.
Cessnock City Council 15 Apr 2019
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Construction of Cobar Miners Memorial Project

Construction of Cobar Miners Memorial Project

Construction of Cobar Miners Memorial Project Cobar Shire Council invites suitably qualified companies to submit a tender for Construction of Cobar Miners Memorial Project. RFT documents may be obtained by registering via the E-Tendering Portal: www.tenderlink.com/cobar/ If you experience difficulties accessing the website please… Find out more ...
Cobar Shire Council 28 Feb 2019
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Development Application for Determination - Cobar Management Pty Ltd

Development Application for Determination - Cobar Management Pty Ltd

Cobar Shire Council has received the following integrated development application for their determination as the Consent Authority. PROPOSAL: Tailings Storage Facility Wall Raise - Stage 9PROPERTY: Red Tank, CSA Access Rd, Cobar APPLICANT: Cobar Management Pty Ltd APPLICATION NO: 2019/LD-00006 APPLICATION DETAILS: Integrated… Find out more ...
Cobar Shire Council 20 Feb 2019
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Great Cobar Project - Aurelia Metal Ltd Proposed Mineral Exploration

Great Cobar Project - Aurelia Metal Ltd Proposed Mineral Exploration

Great Cobar Project - Aurelia Metals Ltd for Proposed Mineral Exploration Activities: The NSW Government Resources Regulator has invited Council to comment on a Review of Environmental Factors (REF) prepared by Aurelia Metals Ltd for proposed mineral exploration activities in respect of its Great Cobar Project. Council at its… Find out more ...
Cobar Shire Council 20 Feb 2019
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Australia’s Remotest Regions Come to Coffs

Artworks from Indigenous artists working in some of the remotest parts of this vast continent will be on show in the ‘Clay Stories’ exhibition at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery from Friday, May 10. The Gallery is one of only six galleries across Australia to host this exhibition of ceramics by established and emerging artists – The post Australia’s Remotest Regions Come to Coffs appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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Supporting the CBD with Incentives (Last GM’s Column 13 April 2019)

Supporting the CBD with Incentives (Last GM’s Column 13 April 2019)

As I mentioned in my first Column for this year, Council has developed a key draft policy aimed at helping to further revitalise the CBD. The draft Coffs City Centre Development Incentive Policy was adopted by Council in March and is currently out for public comment until April 30 2019. I’d urge you all to The post Supporting the CBD with Incentives (Last GM’s Column 13 April 2019) appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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Draft Ayrshire Park Masterplan Consultation Kicks Off

Draft Ayrshire Park Masterplan Consultation Kicks Off

A draft Masterplan for Ayrshire Park in Middle Boambee that aims to encourage more sporting use, create a more attractive parkland space for passive enjoyment and enhance the natural environment will be out for public comment from Tuesday, April 16, until Tuesday, May 28. “This new draft Masterplan for the park will transform a very The post Draft Ayrshire Park Masterplan Consultation Kicks Off appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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Poo pipe pulled through perfectly

Poo pipe pulled through perfectly

Work will resume at Long Beach after Easter to connect the recently installed rising sewer main to the sewage network.
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Mayor’s Writing Competition, deadline looming

Mayor’s Writing Competition, deadline looming

Aspiring young wordsmiths have just two weeks until entries for the 2019 Mayor's Writing Competition close.
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Playground upgrade at Tuross Head

Playground upgrade at Tuross Head

Tuross Head residents and visitors will soon have a bigger and better playground to enjoy at Evans Road Reserve.
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Bring It On! Festival the best yet

Bring It On! Festival the best yet

Thousands of young people from across Sydney flocked to Fairfield Showground on Sunday for the state’s biggest and best celebration of youth culture – Bring It On!
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Mayor's Summer Reading program a success

Mayor's Summer Reading program a success

Local students have been burying their heads in books more than ever and experiencing reading’s life-long benefits thanks to the Mayor’s Summer Holiday Reading Challenge.
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Aquatopia has record year

Aquatopia has record year

Aquatopia was built for families and this season a record 75,000 people came together to enjoy the water park.
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Development Application – Consolidate Land Lots

Development Application – Consolidate Land Lots

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL  (BEING LOCAL DEVELOPMENT) ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT ACT 1979 The following Development Applications and Supporting Documents have been submitted to Gwydir Shire Council as the consent authority for Assessment. Development Application No: 13/2019  Applicant: Peter James Hancock  Proposal: Consolidation of two existing lots into 1 Lot, with proposed Lot 1 for residential use  Land: Lot […]
Gwydir Shire Council 11 Apr 2019
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Expression of Interest – Purchase of Abandoned Vehicles

Expression of Interest – Purchase of Abandoned Vehicles

Council currently has in its possession abandoned/seized vehicles that have been impounded in accordance with the Impounding Act 1993. The listed vehicles remain unclaimed and Council is seeking Expressions of Interest for the purchase and removal of these vehicles. ITEM: IMP004    MAKE MODEL DETAILS: Blue Hyundai Sedan    LOCATION: Warialda Work Depot ITEM: IMP005  […]
Gwydir Shire Council 11 Apr 2019
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Administration Support Officer (Part Time)

Administration Support Officer (Part Time)

Gwydir Shire Council is currently inviting applications for the position of Part Time Administration Support Officer. This is a permanent part time position, 15 hours per week, days of work to be agreed by mutual consent. Responsibilities include providing an effective and efficient administration support function that meets the needs of the organisation and its […]
Gwydir Shire Council 09 Apr 2019
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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

Inner West Council is looking at ways to expand the services offered at its Refugee Welcome Centre in Callan Park in an effort to strengthen the links between refugees and the Inner West community.
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

New integrated fees and charges approved by Council will provide a boost to infrastructure revenue.
Inner West Council 08 Aug 2018
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Have your say on WestConnex parliamentary inquiry

Have your say on WestConnex parliamentary inquiry

Tuesday, 7 August, 2018: Council is asking residents to make a submission to the NSW parliamentary inquiry into the impacts of WestConnex with submissions due on 31 August.
Inner West Council 07 Aug 2018
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Easter opening hours

Council’s administration centre will be closed on Good Friday (April 19) and Easter Monday (April 22). It will re-open as normal on Tuesday 23 April. For emergencies, call Council’s after hours number 6626 6800. Council’s landfill at Kyogle and all its waste transfer stations will be closed on Good Friday (April 19), Easter Sunday (April […]
Kyogle Council News 17 Apr 2019
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Two new bridges opened and two more bridges on the way

Two new bridges opened and two more bridges on the way

Two new bridges officially opened and news that funding has been received for two more bridges – it’s been a busy day for Kyogle Council! Kyogle Council Mayor Cr Danielle Mulholland together with Federal Member for Page Kevin officially opened Campbell Bridge and Hyde Bridge on Lynches Creek Road this morning. The two new concrete […]
Kyogle Council News 09 Apr 2019
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$53 million investment in the future of Kyogle

$53 million investment in the future of Kyogle

Kyogle Council Mayor Danielle Mulholland described Council’s $53 million 2019/2020 budget as an investment in the future of Kyogle. “We have exceeded expectations in securing grant funding and continue to deliver on our most ambitious capital works program ever,” Cr Mulholland said. “The next four years will see further investment in our villages, roads, bridges, […]
Kyogle Council News 09 Apr 2019
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Draft Code of Meeting Practice

Lachlan Shire Council has placed on exhibition its Draft Model Code of Meeting Practice.
Lachlan Council News 18 Apr 2019
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Expression of Interest -Statutory Planning Services

Expression of Interest -Statutory Planning Services

Lachlan Shire Council ('Council') is seeking to engage suitably qualified consultants to support the delivery of town planning services including, but not limited to, planning enquiries and assessment of development applications.
Lachlan Council News 17 Apr 2019
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Drought Communities Programme Community Input Sought

Lithgow City Council has recently received a grant of $1 million for Drought initiatives as a result of significant lobbying on behalf of our community by federal member Andrew Gee. Mayor Ray Thompson is seeking community input in addition to that recently provided by the NSW Farmers Association Hartley Branch with input by Hampton, Rydal, […]
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Business Papers for Ordinary Meeting of Council 29 April 2019

Agenda Agenda for Ordinary Meeting 25 March 2019  MinutesMinutes not yet available  Attachments 09.01.1.1 Invitation - ALGWA National Conference - Blacktown City Council 09.01.1.2 Final- Program-2019- National- ALGWA- Conference 09.02.1.1 D A 151-18 Portland Skate Park Kremer Park Portland Section 4.15 Development Consent Report 09.02.4.1 Development Assessment Report - DA 031-19 09.02.5.1 Draft licence to […]
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Inaugural Meeting of the Lithgow Council  Women’s Advisory Committee

Inaugural Meeting of the Lithgow Council Women’s Advisory Committee

  The Women’s Advisory Committee held a ‘Meet & Greet’ session on Tuesday, 9 April 2019 at Lithgow City Council. Over 20 women turned up to show their support and commitment to women’s issues in Lithgow such as skills building and empowerment. “Members of the Women’s Advisory Committee come from all walks of life, which […]
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Seniors Concert a fun affair for Liverpool’s seniors

Seniors Concert a fun affair for Liverpool’s seniors

Liverpool City Council’s free Seniors Concert was a fantastic day out for the city’s seniors’ community.
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Daikin’s Australian Made products roll out of Liverpool factory

Daikin’s Australian Made products roll out of Liverpool factory

Daikin has achieved Australian Made certification for the first time ever on products made in its Liverpool factory.
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Ethical fashion comes to Liverpool

Ethical fashion comes to Liverpool

As customers become more aware of the effect their clothing choices have on the workers who make them, Sanwar Ali is testing his business idea, Ethical Tee, through the Liverpool Pop Up program.
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Mungindi to See New 40km/H Speed Limit in The Main Street

Mungindi to See New 40km/H Speed Limit in The Main Street

Mungindi to See New 40km/H Speed Limit in The Main Street Residents will begin to see the change of activity around the Mungindi Main Street (St George Street) from 17 - 29 April 2019, as Council installs new signs in preparation to launch the 40 kilometres per hour (km/h) High Pedestrian Activity Area.  Moree Plains Shire Council’s Project & Development Manager Ms Lila Fisher explained speed limits will be lowered from 50km/h to 40 km/h on St George Street, between Narrabri and Wirrah Streets, Mungindi. The cost for Mungindi High Pedestrian Activity Area has been fully funded & supported by the Roads and Maritime services(RMS) to assist with managing speed and pedestrian safety which has been an ongoing concern raised by the local residents. Research shows that a pedestrian hit by a car travelling at 40km/h has twice the chance of surviving the collision than if the car was travelling 50km/h.
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Moree to Host World Class Water Ski Championships

Moree to Host World Class Water Ski Championships

Moree to Host World Class Water Ski Championships Moree Water Park is on its way to becoming known as a world class facility when it will host the 2019 National waterskiing championships this Easter Long Weekend from Thursday 18 through to Sunday 22 April 2019. The event will see over 250 competitors travelling from around Australia to battle it out and be crowned Australian Champion and has been proudly supported by a $3000 donation from Moree Plains Shire Council. Read More ...
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Council Supports Moree Show

Council Supports Moree Show

Council Supports Moree Show The Moree Show will be held over the weekend of 26 -27 April 2019 and the Moree Show Society has been given a $2000 funding boost through the Moree Plains Shire Council’s Public Donations financial assistance program to help provide a family oriented event for the whole community.
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Give us your views!

Give us your views!

Council has resolved to place its draft (revised) 2018-2021 Delivery Program and 2019-2020 Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges on public exhibition.
Mosman Council: News 05 Apr 2019
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Spit East Upgrade

Spit East Upgrade

The Spit East Streetscape Upgrade is now well underway, to improve the amenity and safety of the area and enhance the site.
Mosman Council: News 18 Mar 2019
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Celebrate Harmony Week

Celebrate Harmony Week

Sunday 17 March to Saturday 23 March is Harmony Week, a time to to celebrate Australia’s multiculturalism and diversity, and Mosman Council has some special events planned.
Mosman Council: News 15 Mar 2019
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About Nan Manefield YWA

About Nan Manefield YWA

Calling all young writers... online entries close 5pm this Friday 12 April!
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Road Rules Awareness

Road Rules Awareness

Improve your awareness... and then take the quiz!
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About the award

About the award

Calling all young writers...online entries close soon 5pm, Friday 12 April!
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Surviving Year 12: what the experts say

Surviving Year 12: what the experts say

There is a lot of hype and pressure about Year 12 so we asked Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, one of Australia's highest profile child psychologists, for his...
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Mayor named most influential person on the Northern Beaches

Mayor named most influential person on the Northern Beaches

This week Mayor Michael Regan topped the Manly Daily’s Top 20 Most Influential People, illustrating the significance of the decisions being made by...
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Congratulations to our winning businesses

Congratulations to our winning businesses

Congratulations to all the winners of the Northern Beaches Local Business Awards held on Tuesday 10 July. Council was honoured to once again be the...
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Youth awards celebrate the region’s young people

Youth awards celebrate the region’s young people

Young people in the region have been recognised for their contributions to the community at the annual Snowy Monaro Youth Awards.
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Snowy Monaro Regional Council DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS - Submissions to open Tuesday 23 April 2019

Snowy Monaro Regional Council DONATIONS AND SPONSORSHIPS - Submissions to open Tuesday 23 April 2019

Applications will open next week for the latest round of Snowy Monaro Regional Council’s donation and sponsorship program.
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Easter and ANZAC Day waste facilities closures

Council would like to advise residents and businesses of the following changes to operating hours at waste facilities in the Snowy Monaro. The changes will impact landfills and transfer stations over the Easter long weekend and ANZAC Day.
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Have Your Say in Shaping Strathfield’s Future

Whether it’s accessibility, events and activities to do in the evening, places to sit, whatever it may be, we want to hear from everyone!  Tell us about how Strathfield can be a better place and enter for a chance to win one of five $100 gift vouchers!
Strathfield Council 18 Mar 2019
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Strathfield Cleans Up

Clean Up Australia Day is the largest volunteer-led action day in Australia, aimed to keep our country beautiful and protect our native flora and fauna. Over the past 29 years volunteers have donated more than 33 million hours collecting rubbish from our parks, bushland, beaches and waterways. Details  Date: Saturday 3 March 2019 Register: www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au   Strathfield Council will provide litter pickers, garbage bags and collection of rubbish for local organisation and school clean-up sites located in the Strathfield LGA.
Strathfield Council 25 Feb 2019
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Strathfield to Celebrate International Women's Day

Centering on the theme of ‘More Powerful Together’ and focusing on women’s health, the event will feature a key note speaker, Australian actress Dr Renee Lim, and guest speaker, Stacey Gadd, Ambassador for Pink Hope. Renee currently presents on Ask the Doctor – a new ABC series that addresses the condition of the nation’s health, the latest developments in medical treatments and the future of healthcare. Stacey remains an active advocate for women’s health through various campaigns with Pink Hope.    International Women’s Day 2019 – Morning Tea at Strathfield Council   When: Friday 8 March, 10am – 12pm Where: Strathfield Town Hall – 65 Homebush Road, Strathfield NSW 2135 Cost: Free; Registrations are essential - www.strathfieldevents.nsw.gov.au   This year’s event will be in support of Pink Hope; a preventative health organisation that works to ensure women can assess, manage, and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
Strathfield Council 25 Feb 2019
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Lord Mayor of Sydney launches mentorship program to empower next generation of women climate leaders

Lord Mayor Clover Moore today announced Sydney will launch a new mentoring scheme to support the next generation of women climate leaders.
City of Sydney 17 Apr 2019
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Sydney’s award-winning young achievers

A volunteer who helps keep young people safe on the street after dark, a mentor for young Indigenous people and an active advocate for marginalised young people, are among the winners of the annual Betty Makin Youth Awards.
City of Sydney 17 Apr 2019
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Sydney’s award-winning young achievers

A volunteer who helps keep young people safe on the street after dark, a mentor for young Indigenous people and an active advocate for marginalised young people, are among the winners of the annual Betty Makin Youth Awards.
City of Sydney 17 Apr 2019
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Gipps Street Carpark Upgrade

Gipps Street Carpark Upgrade

Users of the Gipps Street Playing Fields Carpark are advised Tamworth Regional Council will start work after Easter on a range of repairs and upgrades which aim to improve access and safety.
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WIN a double pass to the NRL Tigers vs Titans Game

WIN a double pass to the NRL Tigers vs Titans Game

WIN a double pass to the NRL Tigers vs Titans Game
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Council introduce easier parking technology in Tamworth

Council introduce easier parking technology in Tamworth

It’s an often occurrence that motorists end up paying for longer than they have parked, do not have the exact change needed to pay for their parking or are running late in returning to their vehicle. This week, Tamworth Regional Council will implement a smarter solution to help make this process easier for the community.
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Council News 17 April 2019

Council News 17 April 2019

COUNCIL NEWS 17 APRIL 2019 The 2019/2020 Operational Plan process is in progress with an estimates workshop held on Thursday 28 March, 2019 and an extra-ordinary meeting held Thursday, 11 April 2019 … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 17 Apr 2019
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Council News 10 April 2019

Council News 10 April 2019

COUNCIL NEWS 10 APRIL 2019 Good news recently received was the announcement by the Deputy Prime Minister and Federal Member for Riverina the Hon Michael McCormack MP that Weddin Shire Council has … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 10 Apr 2019
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Council News 3 April 2019

Council News 3 April 2019

COUNCIL NEWS 3 APRIL 2019   Dates to Note Friday 5 April 2019 –Recycling Collection (Grenfell East) Monday 8 April 2019 – Recycling Collection (Grenfell West)   Street … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 03 Apr 2019
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Revamped War Memorial Unveiled

Revamped War Memorial Unveiled

Work has finished on the extensive refurbishment of Austinmer’s War Memorial in time for Anzac Day next week. Council’s crews started work on the project at Austinmer Beach earlier this year, which included a new level paved area for ceremonies … Continue reading →
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Feedback Sought on City’s Future

Better footpaths and cycleways, more trees and improvements to community facilities will be just some of the priorities on Council’s to-do list over the coming years. From today, Wednesday 10 April, our draft Delivery Program and Operational Plan will be … Continue reading →
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Burrow with a Bilby in the Mall this Easter

Burrow with a Bilby in the Mall this Easter

If you’ve ever wanted to take part in an art installation and help create a giant Bilby burrow, do we have an Easter surprise for you. As part of the Easter School Holiday activities, artist Elyssa Sykes-Smith will build a … Continue reading →
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Cinemas to return to Double Bay in Cross Street Car Park redevelopment

Cinemas to return to Double Bay in Cross Street Car Park redevelopment

Woollahra Council has released details of its proposal to redevelop Cross Street Car Park in Double Bay into a cinema complex, incorporating a new public car park, retail and community space and residential apartments.
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Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize announces 2019 judges

Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize announces 2019 judges

Call for entries will close on Friday 5 July for emerging and professional artists.
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2019 Woollahra Citizenship Awards winners announced

2019 Woollahra Citizenship Awards winners announced

SES Unit Commander Kim Edwards has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the Woollahra Municipality, and named 2019 Woollahra Citizen of the Year at a special Awards ceremony held at Woollahra Council Chambers in Double Bay.
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