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Young at Heart film screenings for Seniors Week

March 19, 2012Posted in: Community
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is set to host the 7th annual Young at Heart Seniors Film Festival as part of its 2012 Seniors Week celebrations. The free screenings will take place at the Hill Top Community Centreand Robertson CTC and recognise the best Australian short films featuring actors aged over 60 years. Council’s Ageing and Disability...

Councillors give fishing platform the green light

March 16, 2012Posted in: Community
 

On Wednesday evening councillors approved a recommendation to proceed with the construction of a recreational fishing platform along the Wingecarribee River. The resolution enables Council to allocate $6,000 from Council’s Infrastructure Recovery Strategy program to fund the platform. This funding is in addition to the original $10,000 grant Council secured for the project from the...

Council calls on Indigenous residents to attend local workshop

March 15, 2012Posted in: Community
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on the region’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to attend a regional community workshop. The Action Planning Workshop is being hosted by Wingecarribee Shire Council. The workshop will look at developing an action plan that will focus on the improvement of service delivery by government and non-government organisations to...

Council seeks comment on green waste proposal

March 13, 2012Posted in: Community, Environment, Other
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comments from the community regarding a proposal to offer regular green waste services. Feedback is being sought on the acceptance of such a service, preferred method of collection, frequency and costing. Council will seek to gauge public sentiment regarding the possible garden waste collection service via a combination of mail...

Council calls for English Ivy spotters

March 8, 2012Posted in: Environment
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is asking residents to keep an eye out for one of the Shire’s most unwanted residents – English Ivy. And like most unwanted guests, English Ivy is proving very difficult to remove. “English Ivy is one of the more invasive weeds in the Shire and like many of our weeds, was introduced...

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