Archive: Nov 2016

Southern Highlands Welcome Centre wins Gold!

November 29, 2016Posted in: Events
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The Southern Highlands Welcome Centre is officially number one in the State! Announced at last week’s annual NSW Tourism Awards, Council’s Southern Highlands Welcome Centre took home top honours in the highly coveted Visitor Information Services category. Speaking after accepting the award was Council’s Manager of Tourism and Events, Steve Rosa. “This is a fantastic...

Mayor launches Christmas Giving Tree

November 22, 2016Posted in: Community
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With Christmas fast approaching, Wingecarribee Shire Council has today launched its annual Giving Tree at the Moss Vale Civic Centre. “We’re asking for as many people as possible to donate to help the less fortunate,” said Wingecarribee Shire Mayor, Councillor Ken Halstead. “For a lot of people, Christmas can be an especially tough time of...

Exeter Oval trees to be replaced

November 16, 2016Posted in: Environment
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A small stand of Radiata pines are set to be replaced at Exeter Oval following an onsite inspection revealing serious fault in the trees. The decision to remove the seven mature Radiata pines (Pinus radiata) located on the south eastern perimeter of Exeter Oval follows the most recent collapse of large branches from the stand...

New locality signs unveiled

November 15, 2016Posted in: Roads and Assets
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In an effort to improve reporting details for Emergency Services, Wingecarribee Shire Council is rolling out a series of new locality signs which define the borders of localities across the Shire. The new signs also recognise local Indigenous history by including the name of the Aboriginal Country which has been used by Aboriginal people for...

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