Gunnedah Shire Council is expanding its Cultural Program to include the villages throughout the Shire when it takes its 2014 Centenary of WWI Exhibition on tour.
Gunnedah Shire Council will join other Council's across NSW in celebration of our community's grandparents in support of 2014 NSW Grandparents Day, Sunday 26 October. Gunnedah Shire Council's Mayor, Councillor Owen Hasler today invited the community to attend the Gunnedah event and join in the festivities.
Gunnedah Shire Council is calling on community members with an interest in art and design to become involved in the 2014 ‘Waste > Art Design Competition’. ‘Waste > Art’ is a community art competition that showcases creative works made from reused and recyclable waste materials and seeks to encourage people to look at waste products in an innovative way.
The New South Wales Government is funding this essential work, which will include road improvement work 4.2 kilometres of the Kamiloroi Highway near Breeza. This work will start on Tuesday 7 October 2014 and is expected to take about five months to complete, weather permitting. For further enquiries contact Richard Baxter, Works Manager, Gunnedah Shire Council.
Nominations are invited and will be received by the undersigned up to 4.00 pm on Friday, 17 October 2014 from interested members of the community to fill a Community Representative vacancy on Council's Gunnedah Memorial Pool Complex Working Group. Nominations are to be submitted on the Community Representative Nomination Form which may be obtained from Council's Customer Service Counter, Shire Administration Building, Elgin Street, Gunnedah, the Kiosk at the Eric Arnold Heated Pool, Eighth Division Memorial Avenue Gunnedah or Council's website www.infogunnedah.com.au (http://www.infogunnedah.com.au)
In a move to improve operational efficiencies whilst continuing to meet the waste management demands of the Shire, Gunnedah Shire Council today announced changes to the Shire's Rural Waste Facilities operating hours. Council's Manager Building and Environment, Mr Blake O'Mullane identified that a reduction in patronage of the facilities and the implementation of kerbside collection in some villages has been a catalyst for the changes.
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