New South Wales

Pavement repairs for CBD roundabout

Pavement repairs for CBD roundabout

Roundabout repairs at the intersection of Barney Street and Dangar Street will bring minor delays for traffic from Monday 19 August.
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$3.65 million secured for Kurri Kurri commercial centre upgrade

$3.65 million secured for Kurri Kurri commercial centre upgrade

Cessnock City Council has secured $3.65 million under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Resources for Regions Fund to commence the Commercial Centre Masterplan for Kurri Kurri.
Cessnock City Council 19 Aug 2019
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Bermagui footpath and on-road cycleway

Bermagui footpath and on-road cycleway

Council will be undertaking works projects along a section of Lamont Street (between Carnago Street...
Bega Valley Shire 19 Aug 2019
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Victoria

Deer Park Library Consultation

Deer Park Library Consultation

Our libraries are always changing in response to growing community needs. We want to hear from you about how Deer Park Library could be improved ...
City of Brimbank 21 Aug 2019
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ARCVic Taylors Lakes Anxiety Support Group

ARCVic Taylors Lakes Anxiety Support Group

There is going to be a new Anxiety Support Group starting in Taylors Lakes. Please see attached flier and distribute to your contacts as well as any other public forums or social media noticeboards. There is going to be limited number of spots available so please be quick.
City of Brimbank 21 Aug 2019
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Vietnamese Carers Group - West

Vietnamese Carers Group - West

Group activities. These groups meet monthly and offer culturally appropriate information, education, peer support and recreation sessions.
City of Brimbank 21 Aug 2019
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Queensland

SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill

SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill

But early in the morning of 21 February 1917, the Mendi collided with a cargo ship amid thick fog in the English Channel and sank, killing 646 people. SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill, based on the book by Fred Khumalo, is powerful and moving music theatre inspired by the real-life tragic maritime disaster. Venue address: Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Cnr Melbourne and Grey Street, South Brisbane Venue: Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), South Brisbane Parent event: Brisbane Festival Event type: Music, Performing arts Cost: $47-$65 plus booking fee Age: Suitable for audiences 12 years and over Bookings: Bookings required.
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Workshops to target Shire tourism and events

Workshops to target Shire tourism and events

Council is inviting stakeholders, business owners and tourism operators to get involved and attend one of the free upcoming workshops at the St George Cultural Centre on Monday 9 September from 5pm to 7pm and at the Dirranbandi Civic Centre on Tuesday 10 September from 5pm to 7pm.
Balonne Shire Council 19 Aug 2019
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Yoga of Stillness Classes

Yoga of Stillness Classes

Monday, August 19, 2019, 6:30 – 7:30pm Yoga of Stillness is a gentle yoga for everyone.  It is a way of connecting to your body to build a relationship with yourself that is gentle, self caring and loving.
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South Australia

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

#Repost @murrayriverlakescoorong ・・・ Who's ready for some FAST laps on The Bend's fleet of karts!? ????????‍♂️????????‍♀️???? A jam-packed lineup of entertainment is raring to go for the 2019 SuperSprint this weekend - starting with the Tailem Bend Super Street Party on Thursday arvo to get you in the mood. In between the support races and main championship event, you can watch V8 drifting on the Friday night, admire the Aussie muscle car display, enjoy live music, try the racing simulators, watch the Red Bull acrobatic air display, and more.
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Your Neighbourhood Budget 2019

Your Neighbourhood Budget 2019

$40,000 is available to spend on projects in your neighbourhood. Tell us how you would spend it to benefit the Burnside community.
City of Burnside 19 Aug 2019
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River Murray water allocations rise to 68 per cent

River Murray water allocations rise to 68 per cent

There’s positive news for South Australian River Murray irrigators today with minimum water allocations continuing an upward trend – this time to 68 per cent. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
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Tasmania

Parking review to look at all options

Parking review to look at all options

Hobart businesses will be consulted as part of a review of parking in the Hobart city centre.
Hobart City Council 16 Aug 2019
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Hobart Current 2020 artists announced

Hobart Current 2020 artists announced

Ten artists have been chosen to participate in the inaugural Hobart Current art program.
Hobart City Council 14 Aug 2019
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BREAST SCREEN BUS | ULVERSTONE – 15 JULY TO 6 SEPTEMBER

BREAST SCREEN BUS | ULVERSTONE – 15 JULY TO 6 SEPTEMBER

Free breastscreen service adjacent to the Ulverstone Civic Centre on Victoria Street, Ulverstone. The post BREAST SCREEN BUS | ULVERSTONE – 15 JULY TO 6 SEPTEMBER appeared first on Central Coast Council.
Central Coast Council 09 Aug 2019
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Western Australia

Report Confirms Regional Cities at Risk

Report Confirms Regional Cities at Risk

Regional cities are at risk of being left behind as the infrastructure gap widens between regional cities and capital cities.
City of Busselton 19 Aug 2019
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Scoring goals at WDNA clubrooms

Scoring goals at WDNA clubrooms

The first stage of construction of the Wanneroo Districts Netball Association’s new clubrooms is complete ahead of schedule.
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Northern Territory

Atitjere Rec Hall gets much-needed repairs

Atitjere Rec Hall gets much-needed repairs

Youth and Communities contracted workers to repair the Atitjere Recreation Hall in June, fixing some dangerous problems.The Rec Hall had electrical problems, holes in the veranda ceiling exposing fibrous insulations and a rotting floor in the bathroom/laundry. The contractors rectified these problems by replacing lights, removing loose wiring, removing the vinyl and reinforcing the toilet/laundry floor...
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Tennis courts ready for action

Tennis courts ready for action

Major capital works on the sporting facilities at Chrisp Street, Rapid Creek have been completed.
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Upcoming Parks Information Meeting

Upcoming Parks Information Meeting

Alice Springs Town Council has identified Oleander, Madigan and Ashwin Parks as requiring landscaping initiatives to reduce water usage and save on maintenance costs.
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Australian Capital Territory

BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing

BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing

This month we are looking at the Buy Nothing movement, and the Geocon Republic shutdown and its impacts on the community. The post BCC July Public Meeting – Geocon site shutdown and Buy Nothing appeared first on Belconnen Community Council.
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