New South Wales

Water restrictions

Water restrictions

Armidale is currently on Level 4 water restrictions and Guyra is on Level 5.
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Inland Rail Office to Open in Moree

Inland Rail Office to Open in Moree

“This program will maximise connections to the national freight rail network – integrating regional lines and connecting local communities to the long-term benefits that flow from Inland Rail.” The Moree office will complement the regional engagement activities of other offices already established by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development in Toowoomba, Dubbo and Wodonga. “Connecting regional communities to domestic and international markets will ensure our producers and manufacturers remain globally competitive into the future.” Minister for Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government and Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton said that the additional office in Moree reflected the Australian Government’s commitment to unlock the potential of our regions. “Further, local governments in the area have indicated their support and desire to develop long-term benefits through this significant infrastructure project being delivered by the Coalition Government.” Mr Coulton said Moree is uniquely positioned to drive better freight productivity through road and rail connections to Inland Rail.
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Learning from the past to create a better future

Learning from the past to create a better future

The history of home-made clothes and the emergence of fast fashion is explored in Armidale Folk Museum’s most recent display.
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Victoria

Upgrades to our libraries

Upgrades to our libraries

We’ll be closing our libraries to implement new technology and create a better experience for you.
City of Boroondara 22 Jul 2019
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Notice of Intention to Sell Land

Notice of Intention to Sell Land

Wellington Shire Council (Council) gives notice under Section 189 of the Local Government Act 1989 (Vic) (Act) that it intends to sell land at West Sale Airport known as Lot 5 – 20 Jackson Drive, Fulham VIC 3851.
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Shirley’s 20 volunteer years recognised

Shirley’s 20 volunteer years recognised

Local volunteer, Shirley Hill has celebrated 20 years of providing visitors with tourism information at the Bairnsdale Visitor Information Centre (VIC).21/07/2019Find out more ...
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Queensland

Queen and Edwards Street – Road Closure

Queen and Edwards Street – Road Closure

Burdekin Shire Council advises repairs to the pedestrian crossing at the intersection of Queen and Edwards Street will be undertaken on Sunday 28 July 2019, weather and construction conditions permitting.
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Brisbane City Bands Festival

Brisbane City Bands Festival

There will be over 2,500 musicians from primary and high schools descending on the Top Stage of the Queen Street Mall to perform for the public. There will be a variety of ensembles performing including string and full orchestras, jazz and concert bands, symphonic ensembles as well as choirs, rock bands and guitar ensembles. Venue address: Queen Street Mall, Queen Street, Brisbane City Venue: Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City Event type: Family events, Free, Music Cost: Free Age: All ages Bookings: No bookings required.
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Mayor Antonio launches 2019 Telstra Innovation awards

Mayor Antonio launches 2019 Telstra Innovation awards

“Council is grateful to be partnering with Telstra, TAFE Queensland, USQ and TSBE for the awards this year with $10000 in prizes up for grabs including an exclusive guided tour of Telstra’s Customer Insight Centre in Sydney for the winning team. “I look forward to seeing what creative ideas and innovations our region’s students can create together.” About the Awards The Innovation Awards will consist of two (2) separate competition phases in Terms 3 and 4 of the 2019 school year, as well as a Final Pitch and Presentation Night. Phase 1 – Idea Generation Phase 2 – Idea Development and Refinement Final Pitch and Presentation night The Awards will open for entries on 22 July 2019 and conclude on 30 October 2019 with the Final Pitch and Presentation Night at the University of Southern Queensland.
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South Australia

Asset offering - expression of interest

Asset offering - expression of interest

We are offering surplus assets no longer required by Council to community groups for their use at no cost! Released on 22 July 2019
City of Salisbury 22 Jul 2019
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☎️// Pleased be asvised that Council is currently experiencing technical difficulties which is...

☎️// Pleased be asvised that Council is currently experiencing technical difficulties which is...

☎️// Pleased be asvised that Council is currently experiencing technical difficulties which is affecting both the phone and internet.//☎️ We apologise for any inconvenience, while we work on fixing the issue please feel free to contact us by Facebook messenger. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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//PELICAN PUZZLE// It's puzzle time folks!! Happy Sunday everyone.

//PELICAN PUZZLE// It's puzzle time folks!! Happy Sunday everyone.

//PELICAN PUZZLE// It's puzzle time folks!! Happy Sunday everyone. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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Tasmania

ART MOTO | 27 JULY

ART MOTO | 27 JULY

From 10am to 3pm, Gnomon Pavilion, Wharf Precinct Ulverstone The post ART MOTO | 27 JULY appeared first on Central Coast Council.
Central Coast Council 19 Jul 2019
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Review of Local Government Legislation

Review of Local Government Legislation

The Tasmanian Government is conducting a major review of Tasmania’s Local Government Legislation Framework. The Review was announced in June 2018 and will involve extensive consultation with the local government sector, the community and affected stakeholders. Further information, including on the scope of the Review. Its objectives and Terms of … Continue reading →
Sorell Council 19 Jul 2019
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TRIVIA NIGHT | SATURDAY 20 JULY

TRIVIA NIGHT | SATURDAY 20 JULY

Fundraiser for the Wilmot Memorial Hall on Main Rd, Wilmot from 6.30pm. The post TRIVIA NIGHT | SATURDAY 20 JULY appeared first on Central Coast Council.
Central Coast Council 18 Jul 2019
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Western Australia

City Celebrates Contribution of Volunteers

City Celebrates Contribution of Volunteers

Volunteers from local emergency and advisory groups were formally recognised on Wednesday 17 July 2019, as the City of Rockingham paid tribute to their efforts during a special celebration at the Gary Holland Community Centre.
City of Rockingham 18 Jul 2019
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PUBLIC NOTICE – Roads Open

PUBLIC NOTICE – Roads Open

Please be advised that the following unsealed roads to Karara are now opened to all vehicles. – Perenjori/Rothsay Road-Warridar Coppermine Road– Karara RoadFor further information please contact Ken Markham 0427 731 002 The post PUBLIC NOTICE – Roads Open appeared first on Shire of Perenjori WA.
Shire of Perenjori 18 Jul 2019
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Deadline for PhotoVoice Entries Approaching

Deadline for PhotoVoice Entries Approaching

Amateur photographers in the City of Rockingham have less than a month left to enter the 2019 Act-Belong-Commit PhotoVoice Rockingham Competition.
City of Rockingham 17 Jul 2019
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Northern Territory

For Sale by Tender

For Sale by Tender

Wagait Shire Council Tenders The Council has four computers for tender to close 2pm 26 July in the office tender box. The computers have been replaced by a grant to upgrade the Council’s record and financial management systems. The common age of the computers is approximately 10 years (their operating system is Windows 7). The […]
Wagait Shire Council 19 Jul 2019
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DRAFT Regional Plan 2019 - 2020

DRAFT Regional Plan 2019 - 2020

Now open for public consultation - Councils' DRAFT Regional Plan
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City of Darwin and NTG Collaborate to Fund $2M for Suburban Projects

City of Darwin and NTG Collaborate to Fund $2M for Suburban Projects

The Northern Territory Government has provided an additional $1M in funding toward grassroots projects in Darwin suburbs, matching City of Darwin’s $1M 2019/20 budget commitment.
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