Commemorative ANZAC artwork for Moss Vale Aquatic Centre chosen

June 18, 2015Posted in: Other
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Artist Thomas Bucich self-titled work ‘WE REMEMBER THEM’ has been chosen as the successful design to adorn the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. The artwork was chosen following a public Expression of Interest program funded through the Federal Government’s ANZAC Centenary Local Grants Program and supported via Council’s Arts and Culture Committee. Council’s Cultural...

Bowral Library to host free HSC seminar

June 18, 2015Posted in: Events, Other
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With 2015 flying by it’s almost time for another group of enthusiastic year 12 students to hit the books in preparation for their Higher School Certificates. Bowral Library will host a free seminar in the upcoming school holidays on Wednesday, 1 July on the Area of Study – Discovery. The seminar will be presented by...

Council to host Corbett Gardens ‘Park Talks’

June 12, 2015Posted in: Community, Development, Events, Roads and Assets
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting members of the community to attend a series of interactive displays, dubbed ‘Park Talks’, to discuss the proposed refurbishment of Bowral’s Corbett Gardens. Council’s Building Assets Coordinator Chris Richmond explained the rationale behind the Park Talks. “Corbett Gardens is one of our Shire’s favourite public spaces,” he said.  “It’s also...

Council to host Shire’s first Economic Summit

June 11, 2015Posted in: Community, Events
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The Shire’s inaugural Economic Summit is set to take place next Tuesday 16 June at Chevalier College. The free summit is being organised and facilitated by Council in an effort to establish a list of viable business and community projects that will form the basis of a broader Economic Development Strategy. Council’s Economic Development Manager...

Saving local species one backyard at a time

June 9, 2015Posted in: Environment
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With more than 370 native mammal, reptile and bird species calling the Highlands home, our local government area is recognised as one of the most diverse wildlife regions in Australia. To help preserve and enhance this biodiversity, Council has launched a new initiative called Habitat for Wildlife, encouraging local residents to incorporate wildlife friendly elements...

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