Have a say on Borella Rd corridor

Have a say on Borella Rd corridor

AlburyCity is seeking community feedback on a long-term strategy to address the future of the Borella Road and Riverina Highway corridor serving the city’s east.
AlburyCity News 06 Feb 2019
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Treat for film and fashion fans

Treat for film and fashion fans

Fashion fans are in for a treat when the costumes from the iconic Australian film, The Dressmaker, are displayed at the Albury LibraryMuseum.
AlburyCity News 31 Jan 2019
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New era for local childcare

New era for local childcare

Dozens of children and their families will enjoy state of the art facilities when their childcare centre is rebuilt this year.
AlburyCity News 31 Jan 2019
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Guyra fuel tank removal underway

Guyra fuel tank removal underway

Contractors began work this week to remove disused fuel tanks beneath the Guyra main street, to allow an upgrade of the town’s central business district to proceed.
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Driverless vehicle cruises into Armidale for Australia-first trial

Driverless vehicle cruises into Armidale for Australia-first trial

Students at the University of New England in Armidale will become the first in NSW to get to class in a driverless vehicle, along the longest route for this kind of transport in Australia so far.
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Waste collection information for Tingha residents

Waste collection information for Tingha residents

Due to the Tingha Plateau Fire residential kerbside waste collection services have been interrupted and the Tingha Landfill is closed.
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Media Release – Fish Kill at Redbank Weir, Murrumbidgee River Balranald

Media Release – Fish Kill at Redbank Weir, Murrumbidgee River Balranald

Media Release – Fish Kill at Redbank Weir, Murrumbidgee River Balranald 1 February 2019 On Tuesday 29th January 2019 up to 2000 dead fish were reported in a small section of the lower Murrumbidgee Read More
Balranald (Area) 01 Feb 2019
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Media Release – Public Inquiry into Balranald Shire Council

Media Release – Public Inquiry into Balranald Shire Council

Media Release – Public Inquiry into Balranald Shire Council 1 February 2019 29th January 2019 – The Hon. Gabrielle Upton MP, announced the appointment of Commissioner for the conduct of a public Read More
Balranald (Area) 01 Feb 2019
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Media Release – Skills and Employment Forecasts Revealed for Murray

Media Release – Skills and Employment Forecasts Revealed for Murray

Media Release – Skills and Employment Forecasts Revealed for Murray 21 January 2019 As school leavers consider their career options for 2019, a recent study by TAFE NSW of the Murray electorate has Read More
Balranald (Area) 21 Jan 2019
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What’s News at Bathurst Regional Council

What’s News at Bathurst Regional Council

Balance with Bubbles This event will provide women with an opportunity to relax and enjoy a share platter, a glass of bubbles (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) while enjoying music from two local musicians in the beautiful surroundings of Machattie Park opposite the Begonia House. Balance with Bubbles This event will provide women with an opportunity to relax and enjoy a share platter, a glass of bubbles (alcoholic & non-alcoholic) while enjoying music from two local musicians in the beautiful surroundings of Machattie Park opposite the Begonia House. The title, Living Legend, recognises the achievements of individuals and the way they have contributed positively to the community An individual will be considered for the Living Legends list if they currently living within the Bathurst Regional Council area and have contributed to making Bathurst a great place to live and visit.
Bathurst 20 Feb 2019
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War on Waste star will feature at Sustainable Living Expo

War on Waste star will feature at Sustainable Living Expo

MEDIA RELEASE 15 February 2019 Craig Reucassel, host of ABC television’s popular series War on Waste, will be the guest speaker at this year’s Sustainable Living Expo on Saturday, 23 March. Continue reading MEDIA RELEASE 15 February 2019 Craig Reucassel, host of ABC television’s popular series War on Waste, will be the guest speaker at this year’s Sustainable Living Expo on Saturday, 23 March. Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM said the event not only raises overall awareness of ways to live more sustainably, it also provides an excellent opportunity for organisations including local businesses, non-government organisations, community groups and others to showcase their sustainable ideas, products, services and volunteer opportunities.
Bathurst 20 Feb 2019
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Road and stormwater drainage works to resume at Perthville

The project, which commenced last year, is designed to improve road surfaces and stormwater drainage.Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM said he felt for the residents of Perthville and that he could understand their frustration that the project had been delayed. The project, which commenced last year, is designed to improve road surfaces and stormwater drainage.Mayor Graeme Hanger OAM said he felt for the residents of Perthville and that he could understand their frustration that the project had been delayed. On Friday we exercised our rights under the contract that was in place to bring the matter to a speedy resolution,” he said.
Bathurst 20 Feb 2019
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No load limits in Candelo-Wolumla area

No load limits in Candelo-Wolumla area

Bega Valley Shire Council will not be reinstating any road load limits in the Candelo-Wolumla area...
Bega Valley Shire 20 Feb 2019
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Council gifts land to Preschool

Council gifts land to Preschool

The Bega Preschool Association Incorporated will be able to push forward with building extension plans...
Bega Valley Shire 20 Feb 2019
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Light and Sound comes to Bermi

Light and Sound comes to Bermi

Inclusive arts organisation Real Art Works from Lismore has developed an exciting partnership with...
Bega Valley Shire 20 Feb 2019
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Official Opening of the Stables Community Education Facility - Sunday 24 February 2019

The Stables Community Education Facility official opening will be held in the public car park adjoining the Stables building on Sunday 24 February 2019 between the hours of 10am and 2pm.  The Stables are located in Church Street Bellingen at the rear of the Post Office.
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What Really Matters: NSW Mid North Coast Councils join forces to find out

The councils of Port Macquarie-Hastings, Bellingen and Kempsey, through their membership of the Mid-North Coast Joint Organisation of Councils (MNCJO), are banding together to find out what really matters to their communities.
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Salmonella warning - check your eggs

The NSW Food Authority is urging people to check their kitchens for any eggs that are marked with the identifying stamp BEC or BEC115 because they may be contaminated with a particular type of Salmonella.
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Commonwealth Games silver medallist, Timothy Hodge is Blacktown City’s

Commonwealth Games silver medallist, Timothy Hodge is Blacktown City’s

Commonwealth Games silver medallist, Timothy Hodge is Blacktown City’s 36th Sportsperson of the Year.
Blacktown City 16 Feb 2019
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Report on the Public Heaaring on the reclassification of 91 Main Stree

Report on the Public Heaaring on the reclassification of 91 Main Stree

Report on the Public Heaaring on the reclassification of 91 Main Stree, Blacktown from "community" land to "operational" land.
Blacktown City 13 Feb 2019
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Report on the Public Hearing on the reclassification of 91 Main Street

Report on the Public Hearing on the reclassification of 91 Main Street

Report on the Public Hearing on the reclassification of 91 Main Street, Blacktown from "community" land to "operational" land.
Blacktown City 13 Feb 2019
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Recycling Services in Bland Shire

Bland Shire residents have a range of practical recycling options available to do their part to benefit the environment. Council is encouraging residents to take a pro-active approach to recycling in order to reduce the amount of waste in local landfills and reduce emissions. People can recycle their eligible bottles and cans at return and earn stations located in West Wyalong and Ungarie at -
Bland Shire Council 20 Feb 2019
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Mirrool Silo Cinema

Mirrool Silo Cinema

The iconic Bland Shire village of Mirrool will host the region’s first Silo Cinema this Saturday night. Australia Day revelers are expected to turn out in force at the famous Mirrool silos for a free screening of the new release movie The Merger. Committee chairman Jason Bryce approached Council with the idea for a Silo Cinema last year with the long term goal of creating a year round tourist attraction for the village.
Bland Shire Council 22 Jan 2019
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Mirrool Silo Cinema

Mirrool Silo Cinema

Australia Day revelers are expected to turn out in force at the famous Mirrool silos for a free screening of the new release movie The Merger. The event is being organised by Bland Shire Council on behalf of the Mirrool Silo Challenge committee. Committee chairman Jason Bryce approached Council with the idea for a Silo Cinema last year with the long term goal of creating a year round tourist attraction for the village.
Bland Shire Council 22 Jan 2019
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Council to host Cities Power Partnership Roundtable on Climate Change, Bushfires and Local Governmen…

Council to host Cities Power Partnership Roundtable on Climate Change, Bushfires and Local Governmen…

More than 60 local government representatives, academics and community groups from around Australia will attend a forum in the Blue Mountains on Tuesday, 19 February, to share knowledge on the growing risks that come with longer, more intense bushfire seasons.
Blue Mountains 15 Feb 2019
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Have Your Say on housing needs in the Blue Mountains

Have Your Say on housing needs in the Blue Mountains

Tell us about your experiences of housing locally
Blue Mountains 08 Feb 2019
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Celebrating Seniors in the Blue Mountains

Celebrating Seniors in the Blue Mountains

We’re celebrating older people in the Blue Mountains in February, with the annual Blue Mountains Seniors Recognition Awards and a month-long program of activities.
Blue Mountains 01 Feb 2019
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Major works planned for Oxide Street

Major works planned for Oxide Street

Council is looking to meet with CBD businesses this month to discuss major roads works planned for Oxide Street in mid-March. The road works would see Oxide Street gradually replaced from Crystal Street through to Wolfram Street over the course of 12 weeks. The intersection at Sulphide and Blende streets will also be replaced as part of the works.
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New parking to assist tourists, CBD

New parking to assist tourists, CBD

Council has commenced construction on a new parking area on Kintore Reserve to boost parking in the CBD district and better cater for tourists. The $300,000 project will provide sealing and kerbing for a large parking area to accommodate seven large recreational vehicles (RVs) and 32 regular vehicles. The site will also feature a 'dump point' to allow RVs to discharge wastewater from holding tanks, and provide extra parking for nearby services, attractions, and businesses.
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Renowned artist to head Sculpture Symposium

Renowned artist to head Sculpture Symposium

Renowned Melbourne-based artist Robbie Rowlands will return to the city next month to begin preparations for the Riddiford Arboretum Sculpture Symposium. The Symposium has received $200,000 in funding through Create NSW, with the project tender awarded to Mr Rowlands during January's Extraordinary General Meeting.
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Warning for dangerous surf and high tides in Byron Shire

Warning for dangerous surf and high tides in Byron Shire

Council is reminding the community to put safety first in coming days with tropical cyclone Oma expected to generate large waves and high winds, making conditions on beaches and waterways in the Byron Shire dangerous and unpredictable.
Byron Shire Council 20 Feb 2019
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Community celebrations for official opening of Bangalow Parklands

Community celebrations for official opening of Bangalow Parklands

There were smiles aplenty at Bangalow today (16 February 2019) for the opening of the new adventure playground at the Bangalow Parkland
Byron Shire Council 20 Feb 2019
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Council closes road at Federal because of land slip threat

Council closes road at Federal because of land slip threat

Council has been forced to close a section of Federal Drive at Federal because of the potential for a serious land slip.
Byron Shire Council 20 Feb 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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Public notices – week beginning 18 February 2019

Council publishes a range of information in local papers each week to advise the community of key projects, items on exhibition, tender/quotation opportunities and more.
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Free fitness passes for women

Media Release - 18 February 2019
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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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Comedy Allstars Gala 3

Join us for the Comedy All Stars Gala at the Bryan Brown Theatre on Friday 15th February 2019. Featuring Chris Radburn, Matt Okine, Aaron Chen, Mick Merideth and more!​
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Community Choir

Community Choir

Do you love to sing? Do you love to meet other people? Then come along to be part of the new Community Choir in Lakemba.
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Seniors Festival

From ​​​​​13 to 24 February 2019, Canterbury-Bankstown will celebrate the role seniors play and the contributions they make to our City.
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Hillston Creative Arts Council - CASP Grant

Hillston Creative Arts Council - CASP Grant

Council are proud to announce that the Hillston Creative Arts Council Inc. have been awarded a NSW Government Country Arts Support Program grant of $2,800 for their Hillston Emu Antics Project.
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Work at the NSW State election in 2019

Work at the NSW State election in 2019

The NSW Electoral Commission is encouraging people to apply to work at the NSW State election. For more information go to elections.nsw.gov.au/working_at_elections
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NSW Government Funding to Help Develop Flood Model in Hillston

NSW Government Funding to Help Develop Flood Model in Hillston

Council is delighted to announce that residents will be better protected from flood risks across the Hillston community thanks to $185,000 in grant funding from the NSW Government that will allow Council to develop a new flood model for Hillston following completion of levee upgrades.
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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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Tech Savvy Seniors: Managing Your Digital Assets

Tech Savvy Seniors: Managing Your Digital Assets

Learn how to safeguard your online account details including managing passwords, updating legacy details and more. Please bring along your...
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Kincumber Bookclub

Kincumber Bookclub

Bookclub returns for 2019! This month we will be discussing books you’ve read over the holiday break. Enquiries: 4304 7641
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Alexander Galloway's Lost Diggers of Weston

Alexander Galloway's Lost Diggers of Weston

The community is invited to an interactive talk and presentation about Alexander Galloway's Lost Diggers of Weston at Kurri Kurri Library next month.
Cessnock City Council 20 Feb 2019
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Australian bestselling author to visit Cessnock Library

Australian bestselling author to visit Cessnock Library

Calling all lovers of Australian historical romantic fiction!
Cessnock City Council 20 Feb 2019
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A bright future for Branxton

A bright future for Branxton

Residents are invited to have their say on the future of Branxton. The Branxton Town Centre Draft Public Domain Plan and Draft Development Control Plan are now on public exhibition.
Cessnock City Council 20 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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Water Restrictions Increasing - Odds & Evens System - 1 February 2019

Water Restrictions Increasing - Odds & Evens System - 1 February 2019

Our water supply is currently facing a number of issues, so Council has no choice but to ask our residents and the community to save as much water as possible. This is due to: The severe drought conditions has and will affect the amount of water that we get from the Burrendong Dam. As well as the major pump at Hermidale failing… Find out more ...
Cobar Shire Council 31 Jan 2019
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Solar Farm – Development Process Clarification

Council is receiving a great many enquiries regarding a proposed solar farm at Nana Glen and would like to clarify for the community the current status and planning process involved. Council received a Development Application on 23 November 2018 for ‘Electricity Generating Works’ (Solar farm) at 54, Ferretts Road and 25, Coldwater Creek Road, Nana The post Solar Farm – Development Process Clarification appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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Go MAD – and Make a Difference

Go MAD – and Make a Difference

Local schools and childcare centres are being encouraged to apply for a MAD Green Grant to help them ‘Make a Difference’ to the environment. Available through Council’s Environmental Levy, MAD Green Grants fund projects that engage young people to learn how to connect with, protect and make a difference to their precious local environments. Successful The post Go MAD – and Make a Difference appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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An Interesting Year Ahead (Latest Mayor’s Column – 16 February 2019)

An Interesting Year Ahead (Latest Mayor’s Column – 16 February 2019)

Hello! This is my first Mayoral Column of the year and I’m delighted to be back. What a year it’s shaping up to be. The word on everyone’s lips at the moment is bypass. It’s been a very interesting couple of months with a major show of people power pushing the State Government into an The post An Interesting Year Ahead (Latest Mayor’s Column – 16 February 2019) appeared first on Coffs Harbour City Council Newsroom.
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South Durras boat ramp closure

South Durras boat ramp will be closed for five days from Monday 25 February.
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We can get on and go for it: Mayor

We can get on and go for it: Mayor

Shire Mayor Liz Innes is delighted to have bi-partisan support for Batemans Bay’s proposed aquatic, arts and leisure centre.
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Pitch in for Clean Up Australia Day

Pitch in for Clean Up Australia Day

The first weekend in March typically sees hundreds of shire volunteers help clean up Eurobodalla’s streets, beaches, parks and waterways.
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Whitlam Library Cabramatta extends hours

Whitlam Library Cabramatta extends hours

Whitlam Library Cabramatta will further extend its opening hours to midnight on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from March to meet the community’s growing needs to work during the day and study at night.
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Cabramatta Celebrates Lunar New Year

Cabramatta Celebrates Lunar New Year

Thousands gathered at Cabramatta’s Freedom Plaza on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate the Year of the Pig.
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Get rid of loose asbestos from your home safely

Get rid of loose asbestos from your home safely

Fairfield City residents have the opportunity of safely removing loose and legacy asbestos from their homes for free.
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Development Application – Toilet Block

Development Application – Toilet Block

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: 05/2019  Applicant: Gwydir Shire Council  Proposal: Single Toilet Block.  Land: Lot 1 Section 34 DP 759052, Warialda Hospital Park, 143 Long Street, Warialda  […]
Gwydir Shire Council 12 Feb 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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Community Meetings – Fire Information at Drake, Tabulam and Wallangarra

Landholders and community members affected by the fires at Tabulam, Jubullum, Drake and surrounding areas and Wallangarra are invited to attend community meetings over the coming week. The meetings will be held at: Lunatic Hotel, Drake, on Thursday 21 February 2019 at 5pm Wallangarra School of Arts, on Friday 22 February 2019 at 7pm Tabulam […]
Kyogle Council News 20 Feb 2019
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Tabulam bushfire — help and advice

A series of fact sheets have been developed to help people affected by the Tabulam bushfires. They have been developed by Red Cross and the NSW Disaster Recovery Team and cover a range of topics from how to look after yourself after the crisis has passed to information on housing assistance, animal welfare, legal assistance, […]
Kyogle Council News 19 Feb 2019
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Tabulam bushfire recovery information

A fact sheet on help available for people affected by the Tabulam bushfires has been developed by the NSW Disaster Recovery Team. It contains information on housing assistance, animal welfare, legal assistance, disaster relief grants for individuals and disaster relief for farmers. To view the fact sheet, click here.
Kyogle Council News 18 Feb 2019
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Business Papers for Ordinary Meeting of Council 25 February 2019

Agenda Agenda for Ordinary Meeting of 26 February 2019  Attachments 8.1.1.1 Model Code of Conduct December 2018 Prescribed 8.1.2.1 Model Code of Meeting Practice for Local Councils in NSW 2018 8.2.1.1 DA022 18 - Proposed 79 Lot Subdivision- Planning Agreement, 33 Magpie Hollow Road, South Bowenfels 8.2.2.1 DA142 18, 137 Lot Subdivision Planning Agreement, Great […]
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Council Works – Week ending 15 February 2019

“For the week ending 15 February, the following key works were completed by Council staff”, noted Council’s Mayor, Cr. Ray Thompson. “Within the urban Lithgow area last week, Council staff have allocated resources to a wide variety of tasks throughout the Lithgow area. Namely, staff have been restoring concrete footpaths and driveways as a result […]
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Bulky Waste Collection

First Bulky Waste Collection for the year Scheduled for the 4th March 2019 Anyone who wishes to take advantage of this service should, by midday on Friday the 1st March 2019, contact Council’s Customer Service Office on 6354 9999 or alternatively you may register on Council’s website www.council.lithgow.com (by midday 1st March 2019). Then, on […]
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Bao gets Le Cordon Bleu touch for Liverpool on a Roll

One of South West Sydney’s much-loved restaurants will create tasty dishes with a twist for Liverpool’s new multicultural food festival, Liverpool on a Roll.
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Liverpool to encourage more visitors with destination management plan

Liverpool City Council is calling on residents to have their say on a proposed Destination Management Plan aimed at making Liverpool an attractive destination, loved and promoted by locals for its diversity, heritage and nature.
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An evening with Nicole Alexander

An evening with Nicole Alexander

Nicole a fourth-generation grazier, raised on her family property located north-west of Moree writes ‘a sweeping rural historical novel, set in South Australia and the Northern Territory telling the journey of Ross Grant’s to the heart of a stone country and beyond’. It is a historical novel that perfectly captures the Australian spirit of desire, adventure and determination.” Nicole who is the author of nine novels and a current judge of The Cowley Literary Award most recently judged the prestigious Moree Community Library short story competition. Moree Community Library Coordinator, Mrs Samantha Geatches explained that “Nicole’s works reflect an inherent love for the Australian landscape and pastoral history.” “Join us for an evening with Nicole Alexander while enjoying local wine and light refreshments,” said Mrs Geatches.
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Youth Opportunities - School Based Trainee Positions 2019

Youth Opportunities - School Based Trainee Positions 2019

Youth Opportunities - School Based Trainee Positions 2019 Community Development (Indigenous Identified Position) Certificate II in Business Moree Library Certificate II in Business Why Moree Plains Shire Council is a great Place to commence a school based traineeship? Obtain paid experience; you will work 7-8 hours (one day per week) during the school term and approximately half of the school holidays Obtain a nationally recognised qualification Gain transferable skills such as communication, prioritising and organising Experienced and enthusiastic Team Leaders will mentor you As we are a large organisation you will be able to gain varied experience Access to pro rata leave entitlements Selection Criteria (to be addressed in your cover letter) Where possible please provide examples in your cover letter Will need to be enrolled in year 11 at the commencement of school in 2019 in Moree Enrolled to commence HSC Studies in a Moree Shire based High School with the aim of completion of High School in 2020 (year 12). How to apply Please submit: Your Resume with at least two referees listed A cover letter with selection criteria (above) addressed Your latest school report card Applications can be submitted via email [email protected] or hand delivered to the Council Offices; Level 2, 30 Heber Street, Moree.
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Is Your Backyard Swimming Pool Safe?

Is Your Backyard Swimming Pool Safe?

One point that people may not realise is that any pool that is capable of being filled with water to a depth of 300mm or more, is subject to pool fencing laws. Council’s compliance officers will be keeping a vigilant eye out for any inflatable pools which do not appear to be appropriately fenced. Further information on backyard swimming pools can be found at www.swimmingpoolregister.nsw.gov.au or visit our Moree Plains Shire Council offices and speak to one of our trained swimming pool inspectors.
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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 31 Jan 2019
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Celebrating Mosman’s Citizens

Celebrating Mosman’s Citizens

Mayor Corrigan has announced resident Gordon Alexander as Mosman’s 2019 Citizen of the Year and local student Ella Spencer as Mosman’s 2019 Young Citizen of the Year.
Mosman Council: News 31 Jan 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 15 Jan 2019
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Arts & Culture Plan 2019-22

Arts & Culture Plan 2019-22

Community survey: your chance to shape the direction of Arts & Culture in North Sydney
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Arts & Culture Strategic Plan 2019-22

Arts & Culture Strategic Plan 2019-22

Community survey - Your chance to shape the direction of Arts & Culture in North Sydney
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Speaking at Council Meetings

Speaking at Council Meetings

… has changed, and new limits apply to speakers, please check here.
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Council welcomes Kelly Slater back to Manly

Council welcomes Kelly Slater back to Manly

World champion surfer Kelly Slater will be back at Manly Beach in March to compete in the 2019 Vissla Sydney Surf Pro competition. Northern Beaches...
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Hugh Mackay on why we should get to know our neighbours

Hugh Mackay on why we should get to know our neighbours

Hugh Mackay is one of Australia’s most esteemed social researchers with a career spanning 60 years and 19 books under his belt. In his new release,...
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Graham Whittaker – a lifetime of remarkable service

Graham Whittaker – a lifetime of remarkable service

Northern Beaches Citizen of the Year for 2019, Graham Whittaker kicked off his life of voluntary service to others in 1966 as a member of the Royal...
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Renew Our Libraries

For immediate release 6 February 2019   Strathfield Council is joining the fight to renew our libraries and encourage everyone to show their support! Long-term sustainable funding is needed across NSW public libraries to successfully and efficiently deliver programs and activities for our community. To support this initiative, Council urge residents to sign the petition that calls for increased investment for our public libraries.
Strathfield Council 07 Feb 2019
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Strathfield Community Centre Joins the Street Library Movement

For immediate release 07 February 2019     Strathfield Community Centre welcomes a Street Library! Beautifully painted by artist Michael Thompson, a former secondary school Visual Arts teacher and a member of Strathfield Men’s Shed, the new street library will benefit Aged Day Care residents at the centre. Residents will enjoy access to free reading material right at their door step and will have the opportunity to stimulate their minds and engage in meaningful conversations about their stories with one another.    Strathfield Council have two other Street Libraries installed at Dutton Centre and Laker Reserve.
Strathfield Council 07 Feb 2019
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Strathfield Sessions

Watch the heart of Strathfield come alive this summer and shimmy your way over to Strathfield Square for Strathfield Sessions on selected Saturdays!  To kick off the 2019 program, Strathfield Council have partnered up with Bunk Bed Buskers who proudly support Busk for a Cure Charity Street Music Festival.  Bring a picnic, or enjoy pre-dinner entertainment before visiting one of the many restaurants around the Square to enjoy buzzing tunes performed by talented musicians, while raising money for a great cause!
Strathfield Council 24 Jan 2019
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Mobilising community to overhaul proposed Waterloo overdevelopment

Local residents and businesses are invited to a meeting to discuss the future of Waterloo following the release of NSW Government plans to triple the number of dwellings in the area.
City of Sydney 20 Feb 2019
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Catering to Chinese visitors will grow local businesses

Catering to Chinese visitors will grow local businesses

A new program is set to help Sydney businesses tap into the Chinese tourism boom.
City of Sydney 18 Feb 2019
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Step over the rainbow at Taylor Square crossing

Step over the rainbow at Taylor Square crossing

Sydney's iconic rainbow crossing at Taylor Square in the heart of Sydney's LGBTIQ district is back, just in time for the 2019 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
City of Sydney 08 Feb 2019
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Manilla celebrates its Senior Citizens

Senior citizens make an invaluable contribution across the entire Tamworth region and in light of Seniors Week, Tamworth Regional Council is taking the opportunity to offer them the thanks and acknowledgment they deserve, through the annual Seniors Week awards ceremonies.
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Barraba celebrates its Senior Citizens

Senior citizens make an invaluable contribution across the entire Tamworth region and in light of Seniors Week, Tamworth Regional Council is taking the opportunity to offer them the thanks and acknowledgment they deserve, through the annual Seniors Week awards ceremonies.
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Nundle celebrates its Senior Citizens

Senior citizens make an invaluable contribution across the entire Tamworth region and in light of Seniors Week, Tamworth Regional Council is taking the opportunity to offer them the thanks and acknowledgment they deserve, through the annual Seniors Week awards ceremonies.
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Council News 13 February 2019

Tuesday 29 January 2019 was a significant day for education in the Weddin Shire with the Assistant Minister for Skills the Hon Adam Marshall MP in conjunction with the Member for Cootamundra the Hon … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 13 Feb 2019
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Council News 6 February 2019

Council News 6 February 2019

Dates to Note Friday 8 February 2019 –Recycling Collection (Grenfell East) Monday 11 February 2019 – Recycling Collection (Grenfell West)     WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL DIRECTOR … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 06 Feb 2019
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Council News 30 January 2019

Council News 30 January 2019

Dates to Note Friday 8 February 2019 –Recycling Collection (Grenfell East) Monday 11 February 2019 – Recycling Collection (Grenfell West)   WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL DIRECTOR … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 30 Jan 2019
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Combustible external wall cladding

Wollongong City Council is reminding owners of certain types of buildings that may have external combustible wall cladding to register their building with the NSW government’s Cladding Regulation website by Friday, 22 February. Following fires in the UK and Melbourne, … Continue reading →
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Lifeguards run, swim and paddle in Bondi challenge

Lifeguards run, swim and paddle in Bondi challenge

  Eight Wollongong Council lifeguards will run, swim and paddle out for the prestigious Bondi Lifeguard Challenge on Wednesday 20 February. The challenge has been going for 30 years and includes lifeguards from all NSW local government areas that offer … Continue reading →
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Woo-ing Maths Lovers on Valentine’s Day

Woo-ing Maths Lovers on Valentine’s Day

Mathematics guru Eddie Woo is looking to court a new generation of maths lovers this Valentine’s Day, Thursday 14 February. Wollongong City Libraries is hosting two sessions where the teaching superstar will share his thoughts on encouraging people to embrace … Continue reading →
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Steyne Park

Steyne Park

Woollahra Mayor Peter M Cavanagh will move at the next Council meeting to formally remove Steyne Park in Double Bay as an option for temporary car parking during the construction phase of the proposed redevelopment of the Cross Street Car Park.
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Road and Footpath Inspection Survey

Road and Footpath Inspection Survey

Council is assessing Woollahra's 148km road network and 285km of community footpaths and shared access ways. Inspection work will begin on Monday 4 February and last approximately four weeks.
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Alcohol Prohibited Area - Rose Bay foreshore

Alcohol Prohibited Area - Rose Bay foreshore

Possession and consumption of alcohol is prohibited at Rose Bay Beach, including Dumaresq Reserve, Percival Park and Tingira Reserve from midnight 25 January through to midnight 28 January, 2019.
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