New ramps to unlock Albury's industrial potential

A $15.8 million project to build two new ramps connecting Davey Road with the Hume Highway, jointly funded by the Australian and NSW governments, will help unlock Albury’s booming industrial precinct and significantly improve freight access to the area.Member for Farrer Sussan Ley said this year’s federal budget listed the Davey Road work as a priority for 2021 ensuring there was accelerated funding available to build or bring forward critical road projects across the nation.”Since the 2007 opening of the Hume Highway through Albury, the need for these southern ramps has grown steadily and now emerged as a local priority, better connecting freight movement with the NEXUS precinct and Ettamogah Rail Hub, as well as distributing traffic into the growing northern Thurgoona residential area.”“Completing the interchange will also reduce heavy vehicle volumes at both the Thurgoona and Borella Road interchanges, which reduces congestion and improves safety for local traffic, and reduces road maintenance issues caused by extra heavy vehicles.”Member for Albury Justin Clancy said the 450-hectare NEXUS site in Albury’s industrial growth area is well-placed for businesses looking for quality transport infrastructure.“We want to deliver a road network that offers the precinct the opportunity to continue to grow its quality industrial land supply beyond the next 30 years in Albury,” Mr Clancy said.“Once completed, this will take freight to where it needs to go, reduce congestion in the area and bring distinct economic benefits to the Riverina.“There will be up to 100 people working on the ramps during the project’s lifecycle which is sure to boost the local Albury economy.”Albury City Mayor Kevin Mack said in addition to the two ramps at the existing Davey Road overpass connecting to Wagga Road, Transport for NSW will build an additional roundabout at the ramp intersection with Davey Road on behalf of Albury City Council.“The ramp upgrade on Davey Road will round out a strong and integrated transport network that will connect our growing city to the national and global economy by road, rail and air,” Cr Mack said.“We are looking forward to starting work on this long-awaited milestone, with the backing of both the Australian and NSW governments.”From Monday 11 January, work will start and the northern Davey Road ramps will be closed to traffic.The work is scheduled for completed at the end of 2021, weather pending, with regular project updates to be provided to the community during this time.Work will be carried out between 7am and 5pm on weekdays, and from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays, weather permitting.Road users will not have access to the southbound off-ramp exit from the Hume Highway and Wagga Road, past R W Henry Drive, to enter the Hume Highway until the work is completed.
AlburyCity News 18 Dec 2020
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Lavington Sports Ground named Ken Gannon Community Facility Project of the Year Winner

Lavington Sports Ground named Ken Gannon Community Facility Project of the Year Winner

The AFL Ken Gannon Community Football Facilities Awards annually recognise best practise in community Australian football facility development across Australia.
AlburyCity News 17 Dec 2020
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Rise shines for good cause

Rise shines for good cause

Rise Espresso was established as a social enterprise, with all profits going to disability services provider, Kirinari Support Services, to improve the lives of people living with a disability.
AlburyCity News 8 Dec 2020
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Freaky Friday at the Fright Night Pool Party

Freaky Friday at the Fright Night Pool Party

Monckton Aquatic Centre will be transformed into a spooky spectacular on Friday 15 January for the Fright Night Pool Party.
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Armidale Regional Council seeks funding for remediation of old Guyra Landfill

Armidale Regional Council seeks funding for remediation of old Guyra Landfill

Armidale Regional Council is applying for a grant from the NSW Government to remediate the old Guyra Landfill on Everett Street.
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Masks mandatory at all airports

From midnight tonight, everyone over the age of 12 will be required to wear a face mask at all airports and on domestic commercial flights.
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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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VIC – NSW Border Restrictions

VIC – NSW Border Restrictions

If you reside in local government areas along the border, you will NOT need a permit and will be able to use your drivers license to travel between Victoria and New South Wales.
Balranald (Area) 13 Jan 2021
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Vic – NSW Border Restrictions

Vic – NSW Border Restrictions

If you reside in local government areas along the border, you will NOT need a permit and will be able to use your drivers license to travel between Victoria and New South Wales.
Balranald (Area) 21 Dec 2020
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Marma – Box Creek Road IS NOW OPEN (with speed limit)

Marma – Box Creek Road IS NOW OPEN (with speed limit)

Road has a speed limits of 60km/h until Monday 7th December to a 15 km section of the road that has resurfaced.
Balranald (Area) 30 Nov 2020
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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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Business Support Group triage process aids Sprout Eden expansion

Business Support Group triage process aids Sprout Eden expansion

Business Support Group triage process aids Sprout Eden expansion 15 January 2021 Eden small business owner, Karen Lott (above), owns Sprout Eden café.
Bega Valley Shire 15 Jan 2021
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Cemetery strategy on exhibition

Cemetery strategy on exhibition

Bega Valley Shire Council is seeking community feedback on its draft Cemetery Strategy 2020–2030.
Bega Valley Shire 13 Jan 2021
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International Women's Day scholarship applications extended to 25 January

International Women's Day scholarship applications extended to 25 January

Bega Valley Shire Council has extended the closing date for its annual International Women's Day scholarships...
Bega Valley Shire 11 Jan 2021
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The Promised Land – issues, challenges and strategies

Bellingen Shire has long been regarded as a place of natural beauty and has strong appeal for nature-based tourism.  This holiday season we have seen tourist numbers increase like never before.
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Darkwood Road - Diehappy Bridge Closure Notice

Council will be conducting repair works at Diehappy Bridge from Tuesday 19 January through to Friday 22 January.
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NOTICE: Bellingen Swim Centre Temporary Closure

NOTICE: Bellingen Swim Centre Temporary Closure

The Bellingen Swim Centre will close temporarily from Monday 18 January 2021 to undertake an essential upgrade to the pool’s filtration system.
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Blacktown City Council launches FREE adult swimming program.

Blacktown City Council launches FREE adult swimming program.

Blacktown City residents will have the opportunity to develop important water safety skills with Blacktown City Council launching the Swim Sense program.The FREE water confidence program is targeted a…
Blacktown City 13 Jan 2021
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Nominations open for 2021 Blacktown City Woman of the Year

Nominations open for 2021 Blacktown City Woman of the Year

Nominations open for 2021 Blacktown City Woman of the Year Published on 13 January 2021 Do you know a passionate, dedicated, or inspiring woman who deserves recognition for their contribution to Black…
Blacktown City 13 Jan 2021
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Changes to Blacktown City Australia Day Celebrations

Changes to Blacktown City Australia Day Celebrations

The requirement to adhere to NSW Government COVID-19 Public Health orders has resulted in changes to Australia Day celebrations in Blacktown City.Blacktown City Mayor Tony Bleasdale OAM said; “Council…
Blacktown City 8 Jan 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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Thanking our community this Australia Day

Thanking our community this Australia Day

The seven Blue Mountains Rotary Clubs, supported by Blue Mountains City Council, are providing free sausage sizzles across the Blue Mountains this Australia Day.
Blue Mountains 15 Jan 2021
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Hazardous waste targeted in new campaign

Hazardous waste targeted in new campaign

A new education campaign has been released by Blue Mountains City Council this month, to raise awareness about the dangers hazardous waste poses to our community and World Heritage Area.
Blue Mountains 14 Jan 2021
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Win, win for Council’s carbon reduction projects

Reducing Council’s carbon emissions to zero by 2025 makes great environmental and financial sense and two of Council’s latest carbon reduction projects are helping to achieve that goal.
Blue Mountains 14 Jan 2021
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Australia Day Awards 2021

Australia Day Awards 2021

Australia Day Awards 2021 Published on 14 January 2021 Locals who have made an outstanding contribution to our community will be recognised at the Australia Day Awards later this month.
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No COVID-19 cases as testing continues

No COVID-19 cases as testing continues

"I implore everyone to be calm and responsible while contact tracing and testing is underway."
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Skies to light up for New Year

Skies to light up for New Year

Skies to light up for New Year Published on 18 December 2020 Locals will be treated to a huge fireworks display to ring in the New Year, with five shows planned for New Year’s Eve.
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Council offering free farming and agricultural landholder consultation

Council offering free farming and agricultural landholder consultation

Council offering free farming and agricultural landholder consultation Published on 14 January 2021 Byron Shire Council’s Agricultural Extension Officer Andrew Cameron is looking to connect with farme…
Byron Shire Council 14 Jan 2021
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Council kicks off litter blitz to clean up Byron’s beaches

Council kicks off litter blitz to clean up Byron’s beaches

Council’s ‘litter enforcement blitz’ on Byron’s beaches and foreshore areas is on until mid-March as a part of the ongoing Butt Free Byron Shire campaign, thanks to funding from the NSW Environment Pr…
Byron Shire Council 12 Jan 2021
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Council applauds bush regeneration efforts across Byron Shire

Council applauds bush regeneration efforts across Byron Shire

Did you know that 95 hectares, and more than 15 kms of river bank, have been restored by Council and community bush regenerators in the last five years?
Byron Shire Council 12 Jan 2021
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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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Have your say on proposed Raby Rd widening

Have your say on proposed Raby Rd widening

12 Jan 2021 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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Drop off your recyclables for free

Drop off your recyclables for free

08 Jan 2021 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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Council's fastest roundabout way to prioritise safety

Council's fastest roundabout way to prioritise safety

Building a new roundabout normally takes about three weeks.
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Sydney's new destination of opportunity

Sydney's new destination of opportunity

An exciting multi-million-dollar transformation of the Bankstown CBD is set to get underway and will create a vibrant metropolis and Sydney’s newest place for opportunity.A world class University, and…
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PUBLIC EXHIBITION DA2021/020

PUBLIC EXHIBITION DA2021/020

A development application DA2021/020 has been lodged with Council, located on High Street, Hillston.
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EMERGENCY WATER INTERRUPTION, HILLSTON

EMERGENCY WATER INTERRUPTION, HILLSTON

Update** 1.57pm Water is now back on  Location: High Street, Hillston Date: Wednesday 13 January 2021 Time: 12.30pm to approx 2.30pm Council apologises for any inconvenience.
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MLHD OFFERS FREE TRAINING FOR VOLUNTEERS

MLHD OFFERS FREE TRAINING FOR VOLUNTEERS

Murrumbidgee Local Health District is seeking volunteers to run gentle exercise or taichi classes to help people remain active and healthy in the community.
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Babytime at Kariong Library

Kariong Library holds Babytime every Tuesday at 9.45am. Babytime is a special program of songs, rhymes and simple stories for babies aged 6 to 24 months.Enquiries: 4325 8155Upcoming dates for 2019 are…
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Babytime at Toukley Library

Babytime at Toukley Library

Toukley Library holds Babytime every Wednesday at 9.30am. Babytime is a special program of songs, rhymes and simple stories for babies aged 6 to 24 months.Enquiries: 4350 1540Upcoming dates for 2019 a…
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Babytime at Kincumber Library

Babytime at Kincumber Library

Kincumber Library holds Babytime every Friday at 9.45am. Babytime is a special program of songs, rhymes and simple stories for babies aged 6 to 24 months.Enquiries: 4304 7641Upcoming dates for 2019 ar…
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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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Restrictions to shore up water security

Restrictions to shore up water security

As of Monday 14 December, Cobar Shire Council has reintroduced Level 2 water restrictions in an effort to secure the town's supply under pressure by the ailing Nyngan to Cobar Pipeline.
Cobar Shire Council 16 Dec 2020
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Proposed 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area

Proposed 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area

Cobar Shire Council is proposing to install a 40km/h High Pedestrian Activity Area for the CBD area and welcome your feedback on the proposal.
Cobar Shire Council 2 Dec 2020
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Senior Tech Issues Solved by Youngsters

Senior Tech Issues Solved by Youngsters

Seniors across the Coffs Coast who need help with their technology have the chance to learn new skills at Coffs Harbour Library branches with the help of local youngsters.
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Meet Our 2021 Local Legends

Meet Our 2021 Local Legends

Meet the local heroes whose achievements and commitment to our community have seen them nominated for the 2021 Australia Day Awards.
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STILL National Still Life Award is back for 2021!

STILL National Still Life Award is back for 2021!

Artists are invited to enter the STILL National Still Life Award 2021 as Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery announces its call for entries for the biennial, acquisitive award of $30,000 for the major winn…
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Tennis (Session 1) - 5 to 10

Tennis (Session 1) - 5 to 10

Council Learn about community matters, policies, funding, reports, council business and more.
Cumberland Council 16 Jan 2021
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Tennis (Session 2) - 10 to 18

Tennis (Session 2) - 10 to 18

ANZ Tennis Hot Shots is tennis for young people.
Cumberland Council 16 Jan 2021
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Water Games - 5 to 12

Water Games - 5 to 12

Council Learn about community matters, policies, funding, reports, council business and more.
Cumberland Council 15 Jan 2021
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What’s in a name? Help shape new centre’s brand

Be part of stakeholder workshops to help shape the branding and naming of the new Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre.
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New era for visitor information services

New era for visitor information services

Instead of having tourists drive to visitor centres for information, moves are afoot to meet them where they already are.
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Yuin Country doco screens Australia Day

Yuin Country doco screens Australia Day

Enjoy an authentic Australia Day experience when the Narooma Kinema screens Yuwinj-Dhari Bulwal – Yuin Country Explored on 26 January.The free documentary presents some of the important stories surrou…
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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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Exhibition of Policy - Medical Professionals Accommodation Support

Gunnedah Shire Council resolved to place on exhibition the Policy – Medical Professionals Accommodation Support.
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Alterations to Waste Management Services Australia Day 2021

RECYCLING COLLECTION - GUNNEDAH   Tuesday, 26 January 2021 Collection will be on Wednesday, 27 January 2021.
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Share your priorities for Gunnedah Shire’s economic future

Share your priorities for Gunnedah Shire’s economic future

January 13, 2021 There is still time to have your say in a survey to help shape Gunnedah Shire’s economic future.
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Request for Tender – Warialda Golf & Bowling Club Improvements (Re-advertised)

Request for Tender – Warialda Golf & Bowling Club Improvements (Re-advertised)

Request for Tender – Warialda Golf & Bowling Club Improvements (Re-advertised) RFT Title: Warialda Golf and Bowling Club Improvements (Re-advertised) RFT Number: GWY_2021_T03 Issue Date: 05/01/20…
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Warialda Service NSW Closed

Warialda Service NSW Closed

Warialda Service NSW Closed Due to a storm a power outage occurred to the Service NSW system.
Gwydir Shire Council 21 Dec 2020
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Update – Warialda Service NSW Closed

Update – Warialda Service NSW Closed

Update – Warialda Service NSW Closed The outage at the Warialda Service NSW Office is still ongoing.
Gwydir Shire Council 21 Dec 2020
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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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Still time to nominate someone for Kyogle Australia Day Award

Still time to nominate someone for Kyogle Australia Day Award

Know an unsung community hero who should be acknowledged? You still have time to nominate them for a Kyogle Australia Day Award. In Kyogle, awards will be presented in seven categories, with nominatio…
Kyogle Council News 6 Jan 2021
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Closing date for Kyogle Australia Day Award nominations extended to 19 January

Know an unsung community hero who should be acknowledged? You still have time to nominate them for a Kyogle Australia Day Award, with the closing date for nominations extended to 4pm, Tuesday 19 Janua…
Kyogle Council News 6 Jan 2021
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Red alert for blue-green algae in Toonumbar Dam and Iron Pot Creek downstream from the dam

Red alert for blue-green algae in Toonumbar Dam and Iron Pot Creek downstream from the dam

A Red Alert level warning for blue-green algae has been issued for Toonumbar Dam as well as Iron Pot Creek immediately downstream of the dam.
Kyogle Council News 5 Jan 2021
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Aboriginal community meetings

Lachlan Shire Council will be holding a public meeting/workshop in conjunction with the Wiradjuri Cultural Corporation to consult with the local Aboriginal community.
Lachlan Council News 14 Jan 2021
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Landcare Festival

Condobolin and District Landcare will be holding a local festival using grant funding from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal’s “Tackling Tough Times Together” program.
Lachlan Council News 12 Jan 2021
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Masks on public transport

Lachlan Shire Council advises that it is now mandatory for people in Greater Sydney, Central Coast, Blue Mountains and Wollongong to wear fitted face coverings on public transport.
Lachlan Council News 12 Jan 2021
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Lithgow Region Celebrates Australia Day

Lithgow Region Celebrates Australia Day

Australia Day activities will be held in Lithgow and Wallerawang on Tuesday 26th January with free activities and entertainment for everyone.
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Abberfield Water Filling Station Installations Complete

Lithgow City Council has completed the remaining installations of the new Abberfield Water Filling Stations.
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Green Waste Collection

A Green Waste collection will be provided on 1st February 2021.  Residents are reminded that a SERVICE BY REQUEST will apply.
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Liverpool City Council’s Australia Day Awards Ceremony goes online

Liverpool City Council’s Australia Day Awards Ceremony goes online

The 2021 Australia Day Ambassador for Liverpool will be Simon Chapman, pictured far right with Australian Olympic rowing colleagues.Liverpool City Council will be hosting a virtual Australia Day Award…
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Council brings inclusive play to local parks

Council brings inclusive play to local parks

New communication boards that support inclusive play have been installed at parks in the Carnes Hill Community Precinct and Casula Parklands to help people with disability, language barriers and visio…
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Environmental Health Australia Early Career recognition for Maddison Said

Environmental Health Australia Early Career recognition for Maddison Said

Liverpool City Council Environmental Health Officer Maddison Said has been awarded the EHA NSW Environmental Health Early Career Professional of the Year for 2020.The award recognises early career exc…
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Moree’s Freight Is In Focus For Acting Prime Ministers Visit

Moree’s Freight Is In Focus For Acting Prime Ministers Visit Moree’s future in freight and transport was on the agenda this week as Moree Plains Shire Council was host to Acting Prime Minister, Micha…
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Reports Finalised for Burnt Out Houses

Reports Finalised for Burnt Out Houses Late last year representatives from the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) attended Moree to meet with Councillors and provide an update regarding the dilapida…
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2020 Moree Plains Shire Christmas Light Competition Winners

2020 Moree Plains Shire Christmas Light Competition Winners.
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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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The time is now to holiday close to home

The time is now to holiday close to home

About the council The Murray River Council area covers 11,865 square kilometres, with a population of 11,456.
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Considerable residential growth means jobs at Murray River Council

Considerable residential growth means jobs at Murray River Council

About the council The Murray River Council area covers 11,865 square kilometres, with a population of 11,456.
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New draft LEP on the cards

New draft LEP on the cards

About the council The Murray River Council area covers 11,865 square kilometres, with a population of 11,456.
Murray River Council 16 Dec 2020
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St Leonards Park Upgrade

St Leonards Park Upgrade

Stage 2 works in the Tunks Way area is underway.
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Builder Appointed for Pool

Builder Appointed for Pool

The world’s most beautiful pool is set to become Sydney’s best aquatic centre with construction scheduled to begin in late March.
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Young St Plaza

Young St Plaza

Young Street Trial Plaza is now open!
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Homes for everyone

Homes for everyone

Our draft Local Housing Strategy As the Northern Beaches community grows and changes, we need to provide new housing that meets our various needs,...
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Dine and Discover fast-tracked to the Beaches

The NSW Government has announced the welcomed news that the Dine and Discover voucher scheme will be fast-tracked to the Northern Beaches.
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Fun summer days at local Vacation Care programs

With two weeks left of school holidays, you might be scratching your head about what’s left to explore and discover with your kids?!Let us help you out with fun and engaging programs at our Council-ru…
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City of Parramatta honoured as Australia’s ‘leading Smart City’

City of Parramatta honoured as Australia’s ‘leading Smart City’

The City of Parramatta has been recognised as Australia’s leading Smart City for 2020 following the rollout of a host of innovative projects and technological solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Guy Sebastian, Human Nature lead all-star cast for online Christmas concert

Guy Sebastian, Human Nature lead all-star cast for online Christmas concert

Australian music legends Guy Sebastian and Human Nature will lead a star-studded line-up for The Sebastian Foundation’s spectacular free online concert, Carols from Parramatta.
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Sewer Infrastructure Work with Road Closure of Therry Street, Bombala

Sewer Infrastructure Work with Road Closure of Therry Street, Bombala

Please be advised that weather permitting, sewer infrastructure work has been programmed to commence in Therry Street, Bombala.The work will be carried out by contractors Fewster Brothers Pty Ltd.This…
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Bobeyan Road Funding and Project progress update

Bobeyan Road Funding and Project progress update

Work continues in the planning and preparation phases of the Bobeyan Road upgrade which involves the resealing of 27km of road.To date, the completed aspects of the project include: •Physical Survey •…
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Home

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Strathfield Council 30 Jun 2020
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Smoke Free Zone in Homebush West

For immediate release30 April 2020The CEO of Strathfield Council has designated Homebush West Shopping Precinct as a smoke free zone, allowing residents to breathe easier whilst making their purchases…
Strathfield Council 30 Apr 2020
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Sharing the Gift of Kindness

For immediate release 6 April 2020 In the midst of the current health crisis, the Strathfield community has demonstrated their capacity to choose kindness by helping residents in need during uncertain…
Strathfield Council 6 Apr 2020
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Gnarly new skate park opens in Alexandria

Gnarly new skate park opens in Alexandria

Sculptural bowls and obstacles will challenge skaters of all ages as the City of Sydney opens a huge new $6 million skate park in Alexandria.
City of Sydney 24 Dec 2020
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Blueprint for central Sydney's future

The most detailed planning review of the city centre in more than four decades is set to play a critical role in Sydney's recovery from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
City of Sydney 21 Dec 2020
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Invitations open for new student ambassadors

Invitations open for new student ambassadors

International students who live, study, work or regularly visit the City of Sydney area are invited to apply for an award-winning ambassador program.
City of Sydney 15 Dec 2020
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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 - 13 January 2021

Dates to Note Friday 22 January 2021 - Recycling collection (Grenfell East) Monday 25 January 2021 - Recycling collection (Grenfell West) Street Stalls Dates TBA … Read more
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Council News - 23 December 2020

Dates to Note Wednesday 23 December 2020 - Recycling collection (Eastern run) - Recycling collection (Western run) - Greenethorpe recycling collection Thursday 24 December 20 … Read more
Weddin Shire Council 18 Dec 2020
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Council News - 9 December 2020

Council News - 9 December 2020

Council News - 9 December 2020 Dates to Note Thursday 17 December 2020 - December 2020 Council Meeting commencing at 8:00am Wednesday 23 December 2020 - Recycling collection (Eastern run) - Recycling …
Weddin Shire Council 14 Dec 2020
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Council supports economic recovery with community events across the Shire

Council supports economic recovery with community events across the Shire

Wollondilly Council will host a series of community events across the Shire in early 2021 to encourage residents to spend locally, boost economic activity and have some fun in towns...
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Join Book Lovers Across the State in NSW Reads

Join Book Lovers Across the State in NSW Reads

Wollondilly Library invites book lovers in Wollondilly Shire and beyond to join NSW Reads – a statewide online book club and one of New South Wales’ largest reading programs.Coordinated by the New Sou…
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2021 Australia Day Ambassador for Wollondilly Announced

2021 Australia Day Ambassador for Wollondilly Announced

Engineer, inventor and technologist Professor Neil Weste has been announced as the 2021 Australia Day Ambassador for Wollondilly.Professor Weste is the NSW Nominee for 2021 Senior Australian of the Ye…
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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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This week at Council - 11 January 2021

A weekly wrap up of what's happening at Yass Valley Council including: community announcements, latest news, items for public consultation, positions vacant and development applications.
Yass Valley Council 12 Jan 2021
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Bush Bursary brings nursing student to Yass

Bush Bursary brings nursing student to Yass

Bush Bursary brings nursing student to Yass A University of Newcastle nursing student will have the opportunity to experience a two-week placement in Yass this summer after he was awarded a NSW Rural …
Yass Valley Council 7 Jan 2021
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Council gives go-ahead to a community space for graffiti art

Council gives go-ahead to a community space for graffiti art

Council gives go-ahead to a community space for graffiti art Council gives go-ahead to a community space for graffiti art Yass Valley Council has given the go-ahead for a free graffiti wall under the …
Yass Valley Council 6 Jan 2021
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