Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Wingecarribee council applauds EPA action over odour complaints

Wingecarribee Shire Council has commended the NSW Environment Protection Agency (EPA) for intervening in an ongoing odour issue in relation to Bowral Waste Centre. Council’s Interim Deputy...

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Wingecarribee council applauds EPA action over odour complaints

Wingecarribee Shire Council has commended the NSW Environment Protection Agency (EPA) for intervening in an ongoing odour issue in relation to Bowral Waste Centre. Council’s Interim Deputy...

Tax cuts for electric vehicle buyers

Stamp duty on electric cars will be removed as part of a half-billion dollar investment to make electric vehicles accessible and affordable for NSW...

100th low emission bus rolls off production line

Tasmanian bus-maker Metro's 100th locally-manufactured, low emission, accessible bus has rolled off the production line. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson said the Government...

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100th low emission bus rolls off production line

Tasmanian bus-maker Metro's 100th locally-manufactured, low emission, accessible bus has rolled off the production line. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Michael Ferguson said the Government...

All aboard Sunshine Coast bus stop upgrades

Sunshine Coast Council has reached a major milestone in the provision of 719 bus stops across the region which now meet disability access requirements. Mayor...

ACT takes first step in electric bus fleet journey

The ACT Government is kicking off the transition to zero emissions public transport with the release of a tender for leasing the territory’s first...

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LED lights for Ballarat streets

The City of Ballarat will invest $2 million to install LED (light emitting diode) streetlights across the municipality’s minor roads network as part of...

Make privacy a priority this week

Privacy Awareness Week, being marked across Australia from today until 9 May, is an important reminder for organisations and individuals to protect personal information. This...

CCTV to pull focus on Torquay

New CCTV is being considered for installation at Maryborough City Hall, a Torquay retail precinct and the Torquay Road skate park in Pialba. At its...

Infrastructure

Monster timber haul for Mt Gambier pool hall

The longest single glulam timber beams ever shipped to Australia - spanning 42 metres - will be loaded on to two trucks to make...

Vice Regal visit to mark completion of Newcastle City Hall restoration

Australia’s Head of State will next week join City of Newcastle officials and key project stakeholders in marking the completion of the exterior restoration...

Funding secured for Hills Shire playground modernisation

Works will soon begin to transform a playground into a modern community facility at Glenhaven Oval after The Hills Shire Council received $105,000 as...

Technology

HEALTH

Federation council to host drug and alcohol think tank

The Federation Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) is hosting a Think Tank aimed at local drug and alcohol service providers and community support networks. Federation...

Procurement

Tenders released for Alice Springs revitalisation

The Northern Territory Government says it’s working to create local jobs with three major tenders awarded this week as part of the Alice Springs...

Human Resources

Public to have say on council general manager salaries

The NSW Government is considering changes to legislation to require an independent body to set the remuneration of local council General Managers. In a statement,...

Education

Ballarat council planning ‘The Way Forward’

The City of Ballarat is set to hold a range of engagement sessions with staff across the organisation as part of its cultural change program.  Council says...

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