Public Notice - Special Council Meeting 27 June 2019

Public Notice - Special Council Meeting 27 June 2019

Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Council of the Shire of Balonne (Budget), will be held on Thursday 27 June, 2019, commencing at 9am.
Balonne Shire Council 13 Jun 2019
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New Local Laws begin 1 July 2019

New Local Laws begin 1 July 2019

Our new Local Laws go live on 1 July 2019 and as animal registrations are also due on that date we thought we would remind you of the new rules on what dogs and how many you can have in town areas.
Balonne Shire Council 05 Jun 2019
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Missed our latest Community Newsletter?

Missed our latest Community Newsletter?

The Autumn edition of Council's Community Newsletter has been delivered to your letter box.
Balonne Shire Council 04 Jun 2019
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Community Notice

Ordinary Meeting - Jundah Council Chambers - 19 June 2019
Barcoo (Shire) 03 Jun 2019
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Community Notice

Ordinary Meeting, Windorah Community Centre - 15 May 2019
Barcoo (Shire) 29 Apr 2019
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Community Notice

Ordinary Meeting - 17 April 2019 Community Notice (pdf)
Barcoo (Shire) 05 Apr 2019
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Entertainment Line Up Announced For The Outback Qu...

The live entertainment line-up has just been released for the inaugural Outback Queensland Masters 2019, from bush comedians and......
Boulia Shire Council 15 Jun 2019
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July 2019 School Holiday Activities – Burdekin Library

July 2019 School Holidays - Burdekin Library. Bookings are essential (07) 4783 9970.
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Adelaide Street, Ayr – Water main replacement works

Adelaide Street, Ayr – Water main replacement works are scheduled to commence on Wednesday 19th June, 2019 continuing until approximately Friday 21st June, 2019, weather permitting.
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Garrone Road, Giru – Water main replacement

Garrone Road, Giru – Water main replacement

Garrone Road, Giru – Water main replacement works are scheduled to commence on Thursday 20th June, 2019 continuing until approximately Sunday 30th June, 2019, weather permitting.
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Fair celebrates positives of ageing

Fair celebrates positives of ageing More
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Grants promote multicultural appreciation

Grants promote multicultural appreciation More
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Street renaming to reflect sustainable focus

Street renaming to reflect sustainable focus More
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June 4, 2019 - Council clarifies debt write-off

June 4, 2019 - Council clarifies debt write-off

Cassowary Coast Regional Council has clarified several points around the resolution to write off $393,303 of unrecoverable debts at its last general meeting. These debts were left unrecoverable when... Read More About June 4, 2019 - Council clarifies debt write-off »
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June 3, 2019 - Morning closure for libraries

June 3, 2019 - Morning closure for libraries

All branches of Cassowary Coast Libraries - Cardwell, Innisfail, Tully and Wongaling Beach – will be closed for the morning on Friday, June 14, for staff training and professional development. ... Read More About June 3, 2019 - Morning closure for libraries »
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June 3, 2019 - Gumbugan Arts Forum a success

June 3, 2019 - Gumbugan Arts Forum a success

Indigenous artists from throughout Far North Queensland attended the inaugural Gumbugan Indigenous Arts Forum on the Cassowary Coast last week. Guest Indigenous presenters who specialise in a... Read More About June 3, 2019 - Gumbugan Arts Forum a success »
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Have your say on street beautification design drafts

Have your say on street beautification design drafts

People in the Central Highlands are invited to share their thoughts on plans to improve the streetscapes of Blackwater, Capella, … Continue reading Have your say on street beautification design drafts The post Have your say on street beautification design drafts appeared first on Central Highlands Regional Council.
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Vehicle donations help not-for-profit and neighbour

Vehicle donations help not-for-profit and neighbour

A local animal rescue group and a neighbouring council are better off due to the generosity of Central Highlands Regional … Continue reading Vehicle donations help not-for-profit and neighbour The post Vehicle donations help not-for-profit and neighbour appeared first on Central Highlands Regional Council.
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RADF round three to benefit performing arts and videography skills

RADF round three to benefit performing arts and videography skills

More than $17,000 has been allocated to local arts and cultural projects under the third round of the 2018 – … Continue reading RADF round three to benefit performing arts and videography skills The post RADF round three to benefit performing arts and videography skills appeared first on Central Highlands Regional Council.
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Administration Centre - Reception Area

The Reception area will remain closed due to a delay with works. The Administration Centre will return to normal hours of operation from Monday 24 June 2019. All enquiries can be directed...
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Flying Fox Advisory Committee Meeting Opened to the Public

On Wednesday, 5 June, 2019 the Charters Towers Regional Council’s Flying Fox Advisory Committee Meeting was opened to the public with fifteen (15) people from the community, in addition to...
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Council releases Advocacy Plan

Charters Towers Regional Council has released its new Advocacy Plan for 2019 which outlines 8 key priorities it is advocating the State and Federal Governments. Mayor Liz Schmidt said the 8...
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How awesome is the Cooktown Discovery Festival! If you haven't yet picked up your program, you can..…

How awesome is the Cooktown Discovery Festival! If you haven't yet picked up your program, you can..…

How awesome is the Cooktown Discovery Festival! If you haven't yet picked up your program, you can grab hard copies from businesses around town, or check it out online at www.cooktowndiscovery.com.au (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
Cook Shire Council 14 Jun 2019
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Don't miss the official opening of the Cooktown Discovery Festival tonight on the waterfront at...

Don't miss the official opening of the Cooktown Discovery Festival tonight on the waterfront at...

Don't miss the official opening of the Cooktown Discovery Festival tonight on the waterfront at William Daku Park! The event kicks off at 5.30pm and includes Welcome to Country, live entertainment, musket firing from our marines (this is very loud, so no dogs please!) and the awesome 1st Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment Rising Suns army band! (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
Cook Shire Council 14 Jun 2019
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Have you got your Cooktown Discovery Festival program yet? The full program is available at...

Have you got your Cooktown Discovery Festival program yet? The full program is available at...

Have you got your Cooktown Discovery Festival program yet? The full program is available at businesses around town, as well as the Council office and Cooktown Library. Or you can plan your weekend online at www.cooktowndiscovery.com.au (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
Cook Shire Council 13 Jun 2019
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Doomadgee Youth Hub

Doomadgee Youth Hub

There is Lots happening at the “Doomadgee Youth Hub” for ages 15 to 25 Computers Internet Playstations with Lots of games Pool Tables Table tennis Darts Basket Ball Hoops Movies and lots more MONDAY NIGHTS – is girls night (Girls Only) WEDNESDAY NIGHTS – is for the Boys Openi...
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Ecofest continues to grow spreading strong environmental messages

04 JUN: Interest in Gladstone Regional Council’s environmental event, Ecofest, continues to grow annually with 6202 people attending last Sunday’s (2 June) event.
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Gladstone Region community activities heat up during Winter months

03 JUN: It’s officially Winter and despite some cooler weather, the Gladstone Region is heating up, with plenty of Gladstone Regional Council-planned and supported community activities on offer in coming months.
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Workman's Beach areas to temporarily close for annual maintenance

03 JUN: Workman’s Beach Camp Ground and Day Use Area at Springs Road, Agnes Water will close to the public from Tuesday to Friday next week (11-14 June) for annual maintenance work.
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Fire Station 101 seeks innovative solutions

Fire Station 101 seeks innovative solutions

Ipswich City Council’s innovation hub Fire Station 101 has worked with more than 180 start-up businesses, which have secured $600,000-plus
Ipswich City Council 28 May 2019
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Google Street View trekker puts Ipswich on the map

Google Street View trekker puts Ipswich on the map

Fifty-seven Ipswich locations never before seen on Google Street View are now available, showcasing some of the most amazing places
Ipswich City Council 17 Apr 2019
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Ipswich council puts animal welfare first and dumps drop boxes

Ipswich council puts animal welfare first and dumps drop boxes

An after-hours drop-off facility for stray cats and dogs is set to be scrapped by Ipswich City Council after consultation
Ipswich City Council 19 Mar 2019
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Collective voice of unified Regional Organisation of Councils will deliver real results for CQ

Collective voice of unified Regional Organisation of Councils will deliver real results for CQ

Prior to the Federal Election ten Councils agreed in principle to enter into a formal alliance with a view to becoming a formidable and powerful lobby group to put forward a united voice for the greater Central Queensland Region.
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Community pop-ups ask residents to share their vision of our Shire

Community pop-ups ask residents to share their vision of our Shire

In an ambition to make a brighter future for our region and its residents, Council is calling on the community to get involved in the upcoming pop-up visits to have their say in the development of our Community Plan, Livingstone 2050: Shaping Our Tomorrow
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Jack’s Paddock comes to life with Livingstone Community Grants Programme

Jack’s Paddock comes to life with Livingstone Community Grants Programme

A community vision over two years in the making has finally planted its roots in Jack’s Paddock with help from the Livingstone Community Grants programme.
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Foreperson Parks & Gardens

The post Foreperson Parks & Gardens appeared first on Mareeba Shire Council.
Mareeba Shire Council 14 Jun 2019
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Cash Boost for Chillagoe Road

The Queensland Government has committed $5.8 million to continue to progressively seal the Burke Developmental... The post Cash Boost for Chillagoe Road appeared first on Mareeba Shire Council.
Mareeba Shire Council 14 Jun 2019
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Planning Underway for Community Hub

Planning Underway for Community Hub

The post Planning Underway for Community Hub appeared first on Mareeba Shire Council.
Mareeba Shire Council 06 Jun 2019
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Bash Break on Brolga

Bash Break on Brolga is taking place on Saturday July 13, from 9:00am to 3:00pm on Brolga Street. There will be Food, market stalls, music, shearing demos and much more! If you would like to hold a market stall you can download the registration form here. Please return your completed form to the Quilpie Visitor […]
Quilpie Shire Council 12 Jun 2019
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Women’s Health Clinic – June

Women’s Health Clinic will be from the 19 – 20 June at the Quilpie Medical Practice. Bookings are essential, please call 07 4656 1158. View flyer here
Quilpie Shire Council 12 Jun 2019
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Public Notice – Special Meeting 2019-2020 budget adoption

Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of Council will be held Friday, June 14, 2019 in the Council Boardroom, 50 Brolga Street Quilpie, commencing at 11:00am. The purpose of the meeting will be to present and adopt the 2019-2020 annual budget.
Quilpie Shire Council 10 Jun 2019
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Council services holiday closures

Council services holiday closures

All non-essential Council services will close Monday 24 December 2018 from close of business, and reopen Wednesday 2 January 2019. This includes Customer Service Centres, Redland Art Gallery (Cleveland and Capalaba) and mainland libraries. After hours emergency number: 3829 8999 Specific closures and information: Redland Performing Arts Centre Redland Performing Arts Centre Box Office will  Continue reading...
Redland City Council 14 Dec 2018
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Be ready for wet weather on Redlands Coast

Be ready for wet weather on Redlands Coast

Redland City Mayor and Chair of the Local Disaster Coordination Group Karen Williams is calling on Redlands Coast residents to prepare now for the forecasted heavy rain conditions this weekend. “Heavy to locally intense rainfall is expected over the coming days, with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting severe thunderstorms with damaging to destructive winds, heavy  Continue reading...
Redland City Council 14 Dec 2018
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On with the show

On with the show

At this stage, Christmas By Starlight is set to go ahead at the Redland Showgrounds at Cleveland this Saturday from 3pm-8.30pm. Wet weather is forecast so keep an eye on Council’s Facebook and Twitter. We are monitoring the weather and will advise if the show is cancelled due to the weather.
Redland City Council 13 Dec 2018
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Art exhibition claims opening distinction at the Railway Goods Shed

Art exhibition claims opening distinction at the Railway Goods Shed

While Toowoomba artist Dan Elborne would rather the spotlight shine on his creative work, he can add a significant personal and civic milestone to the success of his latest exhibition. Mr Elborne’s Deathgate exhibition has the distinction of being the first official function to be staged at the recently opened Toowoomba Railway Goods Shed. “I’m pleased to see that within weeks of the opening of the $10 million rejuvenation project that was jointly funded by the State Government and Toowoomba Regional Council, Dan has welcomed several hundred people to the opening event,” Mayor Antonio said.
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Residents invited to have their say on Wyreema Park

Residents invited to have their say on Wyreema Park

  TRC’s Environment and Community portfolio leader, Cr Joe Ramia said that Council is seeking community feedback to help guide future upgrades to the park. “We’d like to hear about what the community loves about the park, how the space is currently used and what can be improved,” Cr Ramia said. “You can share your ideas for the park at ‘Have Your Say Day’ at Wyreema Park (Obst Oval) on Thursday, June 20th from 3.30pm to 4.30pm.
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Helen and Gostwyck intersection temporary closure for Black Spot project

Helen and Gostwyck intersection temporary closure for Black Spot project

As part of the Federal Government’s Black Spot Program, Toowoomba Regional Council will begin construction on the Helen and Gostwyck Street intersection upgrade project on Monday 10 June, 2019 with completion expected by October 2019 (weather permitting). “Council is grateful for the funding that has been provided through Commonwealth Government’s National Road Safety Strategy - Black Spot Program to upgrade the intersection and improve safety for the local community.  Cr Taylor said that during the construction period, traffic management and detours will be in place for the safety of crews and motorists. “We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience during construction.” The National Road Safety Strategy provides funding through the Black Spot Program to reduce the incidents of crashes on local roads.
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Aged care land opportunity in the heart of Dalby

Western Downs Regional Council is seeking tenders for the purchase of 1 hectare of land currently known as the Horace... read more
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Explore space from Miles

This new exhibition will be out of this world. Coming to Dogwood Crossing in Miles, Western Downs Regional Council are... read more
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New community facility takes shape in Bligh Street

New community facility takes shape in Bligh Street

Work is rapidly progressing on the new SES community shed that will replace the old Bligh Street Sports Clubhouse in... read more
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Council reinstates water billing option

Mayor Andrew Willcox and Councillors voted unanimously at Wednesday’s 19/20 Budget meeting to give ratepayers who own residential dwellings, residential flats and multi self-contained residential units a choice when it came to their water billing.
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Are you a responsible dog owner?

Whitsunday Regional Council would like to remind dog owners that all dogs must be on a leash in parks, reserves and foreshores within Whitsunday Regional Council boundaries except those that are designated ‘off lead’ areas.
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$27 million of infrastructure projects a game changer for Proserpine

$27 million of infrastructure projects a game changer for Proserpine

Proserpine is set for a game changing development revamp with four projects totalling over $27 million ready to commence in the second half of 2019.
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Council installs drain buddies

Council installs drain buddies

The drain buddy installation was a huge success today and received lots of positive community interest and support.    3 drain buddies were connected to drains on the beach near the church and 5 drain buddy nets were installed inside drains located on Noble Drive, Gribble Street and Reservoir Road.   The Council road crew […]
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Yarrabah Apprentices part of Social Enterprise Project

Yarrabah Apprentices part of Social Enterprise Project

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-06/more-businesses-being-socially-responsible-to-attract-consumers/9622668   Thanks to all of you for your help with this project. I hope you like the results.   The radio program with Yarrabah in it is now here http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bestpractice/mind-your-business-part-2/9614554   Yarrabah is in the last third of it. The program will be on Radio National on the weekend, tomorrow at 5am (!) and […]
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Yarrabah Apprentices part of Social Enterprise Project

Yarrabah Apprentices part of Social Enterprise Project

  The radio program with Yarrabah in it is now here http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bestpractice/mind-your-business-part-2/9614554   Yarrabah is in the last third of it.
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