Moree Plains (Area) - NSW

Council Advises Residents of Potential Asbestos Contamination

Council Advises Residents of Potential Asbestos Contamination

Council Advises Residents of Potential Asbestos Contamination Council has become aware of the potential for asbestos contamination at 142 Greenbah Road, a portion of land adjoining the Gwydir Highway in Moree, where chips of fibrous cement have been reported. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
12 Jun 2019
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Council Calls for new Prequalified Trade Services Contractor Panel

Council Calls for new Prequalified Trade Services Contractor Panel

To ensure that best value for Council is achieved regarding quality of work and relevant timelines, contractors from both within the Moree Plains Shire and in our region are being invited to register for information about how to apply to be part of the new Prequalified panel.  The contractor panel will run from 1 September 2019 until 1 September 2022.
Moree Plains Shire Council News
12 Jun 2019
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Working Together to Improve the Black Soil Plains

Working Together to Improve the Black Soil Plains

Working Together to Improve the Black Soil Plains Here at Council, we are committed to improving the appearance of our towns and villages. We know it’s something that our community values too. One of the easiest ways we can all be involved is to take a whole-of-community approach to combat waste illegally dumped along our roadsides, in bushland or waterways. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
12 Jun 2019
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Does your community group need financial assistance?

Does your community group need financial assistance? Contact Council now to find out more about our funding opportunities. All community, sporting or educational organisations serving community members in the Moree Plains Shire are welcome to propose projects or programs that will have a large impact on a broad segment of the Moree Plains Shire community or that can provide practical solutions to current community needs. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
05 Jun 2019
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Moree Local Aboriginal Land Council Assist Lands Building Transfer

With a vision to create the old building into a historical museum underway, the MLALC has provided vital assistance to lift the Aboriginal Land Claim over the site. “The transfer of the old Crown Lands building to the Council and then onto the Moree and District Historical Society has been an ongoing collaboration between our Local Member Adam Marshall MP, Crown Lands and Moree Plains Shire Council for the past four years. It has truly been a group effort,” said Mr Ritchie.   Funding efforts are currently underway for the start-up costs of the historical museum through the promotion of The Triangle racing history book which has been co-funded by the NSW Government and Moree Plains Shire Council.
Moree Plains Shire Council News
05 Jun 2019
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Council Warns Residents Against Rummaging Through Kerbside Bins

Council Warns Residents Against Rummaging Through Kerbside Bins Moree Plains Shire Council is reminding residents to respect laws and the rights of private landholders when collecting eligible containers for the Return and Earn scheme. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
29 May 2019
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Policy Review - Draft Operational Plan and Budget 2019-2020

Policy Review Draft - Operational Plan and Budget 2019-2020 At its meeting of 23 May 2019, Council resolved to place the draft Operational Plan and Budget 2019-2020 on public exhibition for a period of 28 days. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
28 May 2019
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Deluge of Funds to Return to Water Users

Deluge of Funds to Return to Water Users

Deluge of Funds to Return to Water Users In a completely unprecedented move, Moree Plains Shire Council has committed to providing a massive 50% rebate on residential water users’ upcoming bills, set to arrive in letterboxes over the coming weeks. Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
27 May 2019
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PCYC Gymnastics Doing Backflips Over Council Funding

PCYC Gymnastics Doing Backflips Over Council Funding

PCYC Gymnastics Doing Backflips Over Council Funding Gymnasts training at the PCYC Gymnastics Club will get more bounce for their money with a $3000 grant from Moree Plains Shire Council to purchase competition standard uneven bars for the facility, allowing them to now offer competitive gymnastics at the club.  Read More ...
Moree Plains Shire Council News
23 May 2019
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