Check In Tas App - Support for businesses and event organisers

Check In Tas App - Support for businesses and event organisers Published on 16 April 2021 By 1 May 2021 many businesses and events will be required to use the free Check in Tas App to collect contact information about everyone who spends time at their premises.
Burnie City Council 16 Apr 2021
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The Grigoryan Brothers – A Boy Called Sailboat

The Grigoryan Brothers – A Boy Called Sailboat Published on 15 April 2021 Acclaimed guitarists Slava and Leonard Grigoryan have expanded their creative output by crafting and recording the soundtrack …
Burnie City Council 15 Apr 2021
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A change in direction for Burnie’s cultural precinct

A change in direction for Burnie’s cultural precinct

A change in direction for Burnie’s cultural precinct Published on 12 April 2021 Burnie City Council will not proceed with its plan to build a new North West Museum and Art Gallery, and will instead co…
Burnie City Council 12 Apr 2021
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ANZAC DAY SERVICES | 2021

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Central Coast Council 17 Apr 2021
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DA2020423 – 4 Turners Avenue, Turners Beach

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Central Coast Council 16 Apr 2021
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DA2021071 – CT178691/2 Penguin Road, West Ulverstone

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Central Coast Council 16 Apr 2021
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Draft Planning Scheme Seeking Public Comment

Draft Planning Scheme Seeking Public Comment

Draft Planning Scheme Seeking Public Comment The Circular Head component of the future Tasmanian Planning Scheme (TPS) has now been drafted and is called the Circular Head draft Local Provisions Sch…
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Phone Service Interruption - Wednesday 5 February 3:30 - 4 pm

Phone Service Interruption - Wednesday 5 February 3:30 - 4 pm

Circular Head Council Page Not Found HTTP Error 404 Go back to your previous page.
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Bridges out of Poverty Workshop Agenda

Bridges out of Poverty Workshop Agenda

Bridges out of Poverty Workshop Agenda The program for the Bridge out of Poverty training for those that have booked on 13 and 14 February is attached.
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Notice of Public Meeting

Notice of Public Meeting

Cambridge Primary School Master Plan
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Temporary Road Closure

Temporary Road Closure

Esplanade Lindisfarne, between Bay Road and Milford Street from Monday 19 November to Friday 7 December 2018.
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Dance Halls Day Update

Dance Halls Day Update

Our Dance Hall Days events start next Friday 9 November 2018.
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Easter Operations and Closures

Over the Easter break, there will be some changes to the regular council services available.  Council's Offices will be closed from 5.00pm Thursday 9 April, with services recommencing 8.15am Wedn…
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Regulatory changes to meeting procedures for Council

Regulatory changes to meeting procedures for Council

The Tasmanian Government has been working closely with the local government sector, to identify priority business continuity and regulatory compliance challenges for Tasmanian councils associated with…
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Mayor's Message - 25 June 2019

Mayor's Message - 25 June 2019

A reminder that Expressions of Interest for membership of Council’s Special Interest and Working Groups will close on Wednesday, 26 June.
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Art and Tassie produce meet in Vino and the Visual

Art and Tassie produce meet in Vino and the Visual

Art and Tassie produce meet in Vino and the Visual Published on 25 June 2019 Experience the Bass Strait Maritime Centre’s Collections in a new light while enjoying Tasmanian produce from Pearl Oyster …
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Navy Band to perform as part of Devonport Jazz

Navy Band to perform as part of Devonport Jazz

Navy Band to perform as part of Devonport Jazz Published on 25 June 2019 The seven-strong Melbourne-based Royal Australian Navy Jazz Group will make it first trip to Tasmania next month to perform at …
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North East Tasmania Business Electricity Buying Group

Dorset Council, the North East Tasmania Chamber of Commerce and Tasmanian Energy Brokers have teamed up to set up an electricity buying group for North East Tasmanian businesses.
Dorset Council 14 Apr 2021
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Road Closure | Nook Road - Little Forester River

Motorists are advised that Nook Road will be closed at Little Forester River from 8:00am Tuesday 6 April until 5:00 pm Thursday 22 April to allow for bridge replacement.
Dorset Council 27 Mar 2021
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Planning Reform: The Tasmanian Planning Scheme

Planning Reform: The Tasmanian Planning Scheme

State and Local governments are undertaking reform of the Tasmanian planning system.
Dorset Council 17 Mar 2021
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Greater Hobart Mayors urge candidates to back public transport

Greater Hobart Mayors urge candidates to back public transport

Greater Hobart Mayors urge candidates to back public transport Published on 12 April 2021 The Greater Hobart Mayors have joined together to urge candidates in the upcoming State Election to commit to …
Hobart City Council 12 Apr 2021
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City of Hobart pays tribute to Prince Philip

City of Hobart pays tribute to Prince Philip

City of Hobart pays tribute to Prince Philip Published on 10 April 2021 The City of Hobart Acting Lord Mayor Helen Burnet has paid tribute to Prince Philip's life dedicated to public service and h…
Hobart City Council 10 Apr 2021
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News from Council Meeting - 31 March 2021

News from Council Meeting - 31 March 2021

Sign permitted to stay; In-kind support for Dark Mofo; Policy helps residents experiencing hardship; White Ribbon Workplace accreditation; Final meeting for GM
Hobart City Council 31 Mar 2021
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Huon Valley Council welcomes interim General Manager

Following the resignation of our General Manager Emilio Reale, who will be winding up his four years with us on Friday 16 April 2021, the Huon Valley Council has appointed a recruitment panel to seek …
Huon Valley Council 14 Apr 2021
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Huon Valley Council announces Priority Projects for 2021/22

Huon Valley Council announces Priority Projects for 2021/22

The Huon Valley Council has approved 10 Priority Projects for our region which will be….
Huon Valley Council 13 Apr 2021
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Weed of the Month (April): African Lovegrass

African lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula) is an invader of roadsides and disturbed sites from where it….
Huon Valley Council 13 Apr 2021
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Media Release - Master Plan underway for Longford Racecourse

Master Plan underway for Longford Racecourse Northern Midlands Council has announced it will collaborate with Tasracing to develop a high-level Master Plan and Specific Area Plan to secure the future …
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Community input sought on Campbell Town Hall decision

31 March 2021 Community input sought on Campbell Town Hall decision Northern Midlands Council will proceed with plans to notify the community of its intention to sell the Campbell Town Hall, after the…
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Changes to Facebook

Changes to Facebook

Changes to Facebook Posted on February 18, 2021 Changes to Facebook Earlier this morning Facebook made several changes that have affected our page, we are aware of several other Local Government pages…
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Gypsy Bay Boat Ramp Dredging

Gypsy Bay Boat Ramp Dredging

Dredging has commenced at the Gypsy Bay Boat Ramp. Whilst the works are underway the boat ramp, jetty and local access road will be closed for public safety. Work is expected to take approximately two…
Sorell Council 14 Apr 2021
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Council Services over Easter

Council Closure The Council Offices will be closed to the public on Friday 2 April, Monday 5 April and Tuesday 6 April.
Sorell Council 24 Mar 2021
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SORELL 2021

SORELL 2021

 Commemorating the 200 year anniversary of the naming of the Sorell Township. In 1821, Governor Lachlan Macquarie toured the Colony of Van Diemen’s Land. He visited and named several towns during…
Sorell Council 5 Mar 2021
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Public Notices - as advertised in the Mercury on Tuesday 13th April 2021

Public Notices - as advertised in the Mercury on Tuesday 13th April 2021

Home / About Council / News / Public Notices - as advertised in the Mercury on Tuesday 13th April 2021 News Public Notices - as advertised in the Mercury on Tuesday 13th April 2021 NOTICE OF APPLI…
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Callington Mill Vegetation Maintenance Works – April 2021

Please see attached information regarding some landscape maintenance works that Council will be undertaking at Callington Mill in the week commencing 12th April 2021.
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Granville Harbour Wind Farm Transports

Granville Harbour Wind Farm Transports

IMPORTANT TESTING UPDATEAnyone with cold or flu-like symptoms should come forward and get tested.
West Coast Council 25 Sep 2019
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Hydro Tasmania Drop In Session

Hydro Tasmania Drop In Session

You can access the live stream of the Council Meeting taking place on Tuesday 27 October 2020 at 5:00pm here:https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzA2NTliYjUtYmEyNi00NjZkLTkxMzktMzBi…
West Coast Council 6 Sep 2019
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Stormwater Survey

Stormwater Survey

West Coast Council is currently in the process of creating a Stormwater System Management Plan, as per the guidelines of the Under the Urban Drainage Act 2013; each Council in Tasmania is required to …
West Coast Council 6 Sep 2019
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Cadorna House Aged Care Art Therapy Exhibition

Today marked the official opening of the Cadorna House Aged Care Art Therapy Exhibition at the Windsor Community Precinct. A collaboration alongside the West Tamar Arts Group and West Tamar ...
West Tamar Council 13 Apr 2021
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Council Closures - Easter 2021

Wednesday, 31 March 2021 Council Closures - Easter 2021 Friday 2nd April reopening Wednesday 7th April 2021 Council Offices will close at 4:45pm on Thursday 1st April 2021, reopening at 8:30am on Wed…
West Tamar Council 31 Mar 2021
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Northern Roads Package Stages 2 and 3

Northern Roads Package Stages 2 and 3

Monday, 29 March 2021 Northern Roads Package Stages 2 and 3 Monday 29th March - Friday 30th April 2021 The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have committed funding to upgrade the Batman Highway an…
West Tamar Council 29 Mar 2021
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