Communication and Engagement Survey

Communication and Engagement Survey

Council is seeking your views on how we currently communicate and engage through a community survey. The results of this survey will help inform our Communication and Engagement Strategy and shape the way we deliver information to you and ask for your feedback and input in the future. The survey will only take … Continue reading →
Sorell Council 31 Oct 2019
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THERE ARE NO ITEMS TO LIST.

THERE ARE NO ITEMS TO LIST.

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Central Coast Council 31 Oct 2019
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Festival of Small Halls 2020

Festival of Small Halls 2020

 Festival of Small Halls 2020 Posted on October 31, 2019 We are super excited to announce that we are once again hosting the Festival of Small Halls!
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Report Rubbish!

Report Rubbish to keep Tasmania beautiful A new online web application called Report Rubbish makes it easy to report litter and dumping via smartphone, tablet or computer.
Sorell Council 30 Oct 2019
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SORELL 2021 – Invitation to be involved…….

As June 2021 will mark Sorell Township’s 200th anniversary, Council would like to extend an invitation to all interested community members and organisations to participate in a conversation about how …
Sorell Council 30 Oct 2019
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FIRE PERMIT PERIOD | FROM 2AM THURSDAY 31 OCTOBER

FIRE PERMIT PERIOD | FROM 2AM THURSDAY 31 OCTOBER

Fire permits are now required for the whole State of Tasmania including Central Coast until further notice.
Central Coast Council 30 Oct 2019
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Council Offices Closed

Council Offices Closed

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West Tamar Council 30 Oct 2019
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Single-use plastics ban a step closer

Single-use plastics ban a step closer

Hobart is a step closer to becoming the first Australian city to introduce a by-law banning single-use plastics at takeaway food retailers.
Hobart City Council 30 Oct 2019
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