Continuing on the path to a more inclusive city

Continuing on the path to a more inclusive city

Positive community attitiudes and behaviors, liveable communities, meaningful employment and informed systems and processes are all focuses to assist in a more inclusive city.
AlburyCity News 29 Jun 2022
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LIVE STREAMING

LIVE STREAMING

Enjoying live streaming from the National U15 AFL Championships here
AlburyCity News 29 Jun 2022
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Strengthening our city through reconciliation

Strengthening our city through reconciliation

Respect, strong relationships, equal opportunities and effective governance are the core pillars of the recently endorsed AlburyCity Reconciliation Action Plan
AlburyCity News 29 Jun 2022
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Council teams-up with Backtrack for flood safety

Flood gates are being installed across eight Dumaresq Creek causeways to improve safety during flooding events through improved visibility and larger and more prominent signage as well as simpler oper…
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Kerb and gutter renewal program rolls-out across the city

Kerb and gutter renewal program rolls-out across the city

Small inroads are being made in addressing Council’s extensive asset renewal backlog with the commencement of a $400k kerb and gutter program.
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Mayor joins battle to improve regional and rural health services

Mayor joins battle to improve regional and rural health services

A light is shining bright on the state’s health crisis and the tabling in Parliament of the Legislative Council Inquiry into Health Outcomes and Access has prompted the Country Mayors Association of N…
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Online services unavailable from 5pm - 5.30pm - 5 February 2020

Online Services and Community Portal - currently unavailable Council's Community Portal will be temporarily unavailable due to planned maintenace from 5pm - 5.30pm, Wednesday 5 February 2020.  Ser…
Ballina (Area) 5 Feb 2020
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Lake Ainsworth - Amber Alert

Lake Ainsworth - Amber Alert

Lake Ainsworth Blue Green Algae Status Amber alert as at 28 January 2020 Amber Level Alert Mode is triggered when Microcystis aeruginosa concentrations are between 5000 and 50,000 cells/mL or the biov…
Ballina (Area) 29 Jan 2020
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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 10 November 2021 Minor Flooding occurring at Narrandera and Darlington Point Update 9 December 2021.
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

Please visit Council's new website for all the latest news and updates.
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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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Removal of historic tree at Faulconbridge due to lightning strike

A dying tree at the Corridor of Oaks at Faulconbridge has to be removed, after being struck by lightning.
Blue Mountains 18 Feb 2022
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Wet weather and COVID-19 affect Council’s operations

Ongoing wet weather continues to affect Council’s operations - including mowing works across the City.
Blue Mountains 18 Feb 2022
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Wentworth Falls Lake Park – on-site consultation and survey extended

Following interest from the community in the Wentworth Falls Lake Park upgrade, we are inviting further community feedback on the design of the new accessible walkway and bridge.
Blue Mountains 18 Feb 2022
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Nominations closing soon for Civic Ball

Nominations closing soon for Civic Ball

Nominations closing soon for Civic Ball Published on 23 June 2022 Just three more nominations are needed for the glamour of the Civic Ball to return in 2022.
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Huge free day of activities for kids

Huge free day of activities for kids

Huge free day of activities for kids Published on 16 June 2022 Families are invited to a massive free day of games, sport, and activities in Sturt Park on Sunday (June 19) for ACTIVE FEST.
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Have your say on the 2022 Budget

Have your say on the 2022 Budget

"It's a good opportunity for people to give us their thoughts on the budget."
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Council set to Lift the Lid on recycling behaviour in the Byron Shire

Council set to Lift the Lid on recycling behaviour in the Byron Shire

Council set to Lift the Lid on recycling behaviour in the Byron Shire Published on 14 February 2022 Council will be lifting the lids of 210 yellow and green bins a week from 18 February, as part of a …
Byron Shire Council 14 Feb 2022
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Nights of free fun coming up at Mullum Pool

Nights of free fun coming up at Mullum Pool

Until 11 February, our Customer Service Centre in Mullumbimby will be open from 8.30 am to 12 pm, Monday to Friday.
Byron Shire Council 11 Feb 2022
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Have your say on upgrade of Byron Rec Grounds playground

Have your say on upgrade of Byron Rec Grounds playground

Have your say on upgrade of Byron Rec Grounds playground Published on 11 February 2022 The playground at the Byron Bay Memorial Recreation Grounds is being upgraded and Council is inviting feedback on…
Byron Shire Council 11 Feb 2022
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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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Changes to Council opening hours

Changes to Council opening hours

10 Jun 2022 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

You are here Home » News » 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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Central Coast Art Society - Summer Exhibition

Community Gallery ExhibitionThe Central Coast Art Society proudly invites you to their Summer Exhibition 2022.
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Author talk: Michael Trant presents 'Wild Dogs'

Author Michael Trant joins us from Western Australia to discuss his novel, 'Wild Dogs'
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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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Animation Workshop - Trotting in Time

Animation Workshop - Trotting in Time

Join Award winning artist Todd Fuller to explore local history through drawing and animation using easy animation techniques.
Cumberland Council 30 Jun 2022
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Music Studio Workshop

Music Studio Workshop

Connect with working musicians and studio engineers in this free music studio workshop at the Granville Centre.
Cumberland Council 29 Jun 2022
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Arts Up Late

Arts Up Late

Visit the Granville Centre on Thursday 30 June 2022, from 5pm to 8pm, for a packed night of free arts experiences.
Cumberland Council 29 Jun 2022
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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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Council to auction properties to recover long-term debts

Council to auction properties to recover long-term debts

February 17, 2022 Gunnedah Shire Council will auction 16 properties on Friday, May 27 to recover rates and charges that have remained unpaid for more than five years in the case of occupied land, or o…
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Community helps 15 young people on their learning journey

Community helps 15 young people on their learning journey

February 16, 2022 The Gunnedah Community Scholarship Fund has helped another 15 young Gunnedah people on their tertiary learning journey.
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Orange Grove Bridge open to pedestrians

Orange Grove Bridge open to pedestrians

15 February, 2022 Orange Grove road residents will have some improvement to access with Gunnedah Shire Council implementing temporary pedestrian access across the closed Orange Grove Bridge.
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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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Flood property assessment team in Kyogle

Flood property assessment team in Kyogle

The NSW Government’s Flood Property Assessment team and Resilience NSW are visiting Kyogle on Thursday (30 June) between 9am – 4pm at the Kyogle Memorial Institute Hall at 131 Summerland Way.
Kyogle Council News 28 Jun 2022
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Roads update – 23 June 2022

Roads update – 23 June 2022

Council will replace a collapsed culvert on Sextonville Road near Saunders Road tomorrow (Friday). The road will be closed from 8.30am to 3.30pm while the work is undertaken. Residents will be able to…
Kyogle Council News 23 Jun 2022
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Visitor Guide now available

Kyogle Visitor Guide – PRINT and ONLINE issues now available Kyogle Council is pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of the Kyogle Visitor Guide is now available.
Kyogle Council News 23 Jun 2022
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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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July School Holiday Program Cancelled

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Lithgow City Council has cancelled a number of planned events during the July School Holidays.
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Proposal to enter a License Agreement

Proposal to enter a License Agreement

At the Ordinary Meeting of Lithgow City Council held on the 27 September 2021 Council resolved to give public notice of a proposal to enter a License Agreement for management of the Wallerawang Indoor…
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Draft Policy 8.4 – Debt Recovery

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Liverpool City Council and Built celebrate the official commencement of excavation at Liverpool Civi…

Liverpool City Council and development partner Built have officially started excavation of Liverpool Civic Place, a complex that is transforming the face of Liverpool.Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller and …
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Come and celebrate Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre turning 50!

Come and celebrate Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre turning 50!

Liverpool City Council will celebrate Michael Wenden Aquatic Leisure Centre’s 50th Birthday with a free family fun day on Saturday 19 February with free entry to the centre and entertainment the whole…
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Save the date for Liverpool’s Chemical CleanOut

Save the date for Liverpool’s Chemical CleanOut

Liverpool City Council is encouraging all residents to save the date for the next Chemical CleanOut on Sunday 20 February from 9am – 3.30pm at 99 Rose Street, Liverpool.Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun sai…
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Laneway Closures

Laneway Closures

Laneway Closures  Rosewood Close Walkway  Council has approved the closure of Rosewood Close Walkway under Section 122 of the Roads Act 1993 due to safety concerns in the area.   L…
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Council Gears Up For A Big Few Years – Budgets And Plans Adopted For This Council Term

Council Gears Up For A Big Few Years – Budgets And Plans Adopted For This Council Term

Council Gears Up For A Big Few Years – Budgets And Plans Adopted For This Council Term At the 22 June Extraordinary Council meeting, Council adopted the supporting budget and plans for the Shire’s new…
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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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COVID restrictions further eased

COVID restrictions further eased

The NSW Government eased restrictions again today.
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Like watching the grass grow…

Like watching the grass grow…

You couldn’t use the saying ‘like watching grass grow’ to describe a slow process right now – the constant rain and humidity has our reserves shooting up at a rapid rate!You might be surprised to know…
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Long awaited surf clubs are taking shape

Long awaited surf clubs are taking shape

If you’ve been to the beach at Mona Vale or Long Reef recently, you’ve probably noticed that the external works have almost finished on both clubhouses.The impressive new surf lifesaving clubs are now…
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Proposed Grant of Easement - Patterson Street Ermington

Proposed Grant of Easement - Patterson Street Ermington

Local Government Act 1993   Proposed Grant of Easement Over Community Land
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Proposed Grant of Easement - Mobbs Lane Reserve South

Proposed Grant of Easement - Mobbs Lane Reserve South

Local Government Act 1993 Proposed Grant Of Easement Over Community Land
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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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Usman Khawaja Foundation FREE Woolworths Community Fund Cricket Program

Usman Khawaja Foundation FREE Woolworths Community Fund Cricket Program

Description: Learn ball skills, including catching, throwing and teamwork, through fun game-based activities.
Strathfield Council 20 Jun 2022
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NDIS Connection Desk

NDIS Connection Desk

The Connection Desk is designed for community members who need information on how to access the NDIS, or information about…
Strathfield Council 16 Jun 2022
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Reading Buddies Program

Reading Buddies Program

Is your primary school aged child struggling with reading?
Strathfield Council 16 Jun 2022
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A night with the neighbours to build bonds

Sydneysiders are invited to host a night in with their neighbours this Friday (28 July) to help prevent domestic and family violence.
City of Sydney 4 Feb 2022
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Kids NYE firework design will be a cracker

Creative kids across the country are being asked to look to the sky and let their imaginations run riot for the 2017 Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks design competition.
City of Sydney 4 Feb 2022
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Grant to ditch takeaway coffee cups

Grant to ditch takeaway coffee cups

Battles against takeaway coffee cups, marine plastic pollution and energy wastage will get support from the City of Sydney’s latest round of environmental knowledge exchange sponsorships.
City of Sydney 4 Feb 2022
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National Guitar Museum launches in Tamworth

National Guitar Museum launches in Tamworth

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The 48th Toyota Country Music Festival is underway in Tamworth!

The 48th Toyota Country Music Festival is underway in Tamworth!

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Hosts and first performers announced for country music’s golden night

Hosts and first performers announced for country music’s golden night

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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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Wollondilly welcomes bushfire funding for local projects to support recovery

Wollondilly welcomes bushfire funding for local projects to support recovery

Wollondilly Mayor Matt Gould has welcomed funding from the Australian Government’s Black Summer Bushfire Recovery Grants program for a range of local projects to support the ongoing recovery of the Sh…
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Outdoor gym equipment a boost for the health of Wollondilly residents

Outdoor gym equipment a boost for the health of Wollondilly residents

Funding from the Western Parkland City Liveability Program as part of the Western Sydney City Deal has made it possible for eight Wollondilly towns to have their own outdoor gym equipment, increasing …
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Thirlmere Festival of Steam makes a welcome return this March

Thirlmere Festival of Steam makes a welcome return this March

The village of Thirlmere will come alive with the welcome return of the much loved Thirlmere Festival of Steam this March.Building on 30 years of proud history, the new look festival will take place o…
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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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Work to rehome stadium begins

Over the coming weeks, work will begin to dismantle and relocate the sports stadium from Yass Showground to private property.
Yass Valley Council 29 Jun 2022
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Help us to help you by separating your waste

Key to our commitment to reducing waste is the separation of recyclable and non-recyclable waste material.
Yass Valley Council 27 Jun 2022
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This Week at Council - Monday, 27 June

Find out what's happening this week at Council.
Yass Valley Council 27 Jun 2022
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