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Gunnedah Shire Council is encouraging residents not to be ‘tossers’ by taking responsibility for their rubbish and either putting it in a bin or taking it with them. Gunnedah Shire Council’s Manager of Building and Environment, Blake O’Mullane said that from this week, the Hey Tosser! state wide marketing campaign will roll out across the state, on TV, radio, social media, billboards, and newspapers to remind people that throwing your rubbish anywhere other than in…
The Gunnedah Shire ANZAC Working Group have announced that their first ANZAC Commemorative event planned for 2017 is to be an “ANZAC TRIBUTE CONCERT” to be performed on Pensioners Hill on Monday evening , 24th April., ANZAC Day eve. “We are very pleased that our award winning Gunnedah Shire Band have agreed to combine with artists from the Gunnedah Conservatorium of Music to provide a tribute concert featuring music and songs from across the hundred…
Youth Week is a national celebration, providing the opportunity for young people to share ideas attend live events have their voices heard on issues of concern to them showcase their talents celebrate their contribution to the community take part in competitions meet new people and most importantly, have fun! Gunnedah will be celebrating Youth week in a big way, with many events on offer from 31 March - 7 April 2017. Come and join the…
National Youth Week 2017 is fast approaching and Gunnedah Shire Council is calling for young people between the ages of 5 to 25 years to submit art works for the 2017 Youth Week Exhibition. The theme for Youth Week, 2017 is ‘Be here, Be heard!’ and the exhibition is a chance for youth in Gunnedah to explore their creativity and demonstrate to the community just how creative, talented and imaginative our young people really are.…
At the November Council Meeting, Gunnedah Shire Council resolved to offer up to $100,000 funding over twelve months for the Gunnedah Waterways Wildlife Park. The funds are proposed to cover up to $75,000 for the appointment of a Wildlife Park Manager, and up to $25,000 for the accommodation of the manager who will be instituted at the park as part of a strategic plan to improve compliance and enable the park to remain open now…
Four years ago the Council worked alongside the local community to develop our Community Strategic Plan. This document identifies the priorities and aspirations of the Gunnedah community into the future. Since then, the Gunnedah community has seen many changes and it’s time to take stock, see if we’re on the right track and update the plan. WHY HAVE A COMMUNITY STRATEGIC PLAN? The NSW Government requires all NSW councils to produce a Community Strategic Plan.…
During February, March and April, Gunnedah Shire Council is rolling out a series of community engagement activities that will assist in the update for the Community Strategic Plan (CSP). Four years ago Council worked alongside the local community to develop our Community Strategic Plan. Since then, our community has seen many changes and it’s time to take stock, see if we’re on the right track and update the plan. To get started, we want to…
Back to Business Week is a NSW Government initiative that celebrates small to medium businesses and promotes and supports the critical role they play in local communities. Gunnedah Shire Council is hosting a ‘Back to Business Week Breakfast’ next Friday, 3 March 2017 at The Civic. Linda Hailey, one of Australia’s leading experts on small business is the guest speaker for the event. She will cover a number of issues relating to small business. She…
GoCo and The Salvation Army are making morning tea memorable with a tea party in the new Salvation Army Hall in Tempest St. On the third Tuesday of each month, GoCo and The Salvation Army are putting on a spread of scones and sandwiches, providing a social outing that won’t break the bank.
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“We have a fantastic new venue, and we want to create a space for people to…
The NSW Government has agreed to develop water resource plans as part of implementing the Murray-Darling Basin Plan 2012 (the Basin Plan). The Namoi & Peel surface water (SW14) Water Resource Plan is currently being developed and covers all surface water in the Namoi Valley. The Namoi & Peel surface water (SW14) Water Resource Plan Status and Issues Paper summarises the status of surface water resources and issues that DPI Water will consider when developing…

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Gunnedah Shire Council is encouraging residents not to be ‘tossers’ by taking responsibility for their rubbish and either putting it in a bin or taking it with them. Gunnedah Shire Council’s Manager of Building and Environment, Blake O’Mullane said that from this week, the Hey Tosser! state wide marketing campaign will roll out across the state, on TV, radio, social media, billboards, and newspapers to remind people that throwing your rubbish anywhere other than in…
The Gunnedah Shire ANZAC Working Group have announced that their first ANZAC Commemorative event planned for 2017 is to be an “ANZAC TRIBUTE CONCERT” to be performed on Pensioners Hill on Monday evening , 24th April., ANZAC Day eve. “We are very pleased that our award winning Gunnedah Shire Band have agreed to combine with artists from the Gunnedah Conservatorium of Music to provide a tribute concert featuring music and songs from across the hundred…
Youth Week is a national celebration, providing the opportunity for young people to share ideas attend live events have their voices heard on issues of concern to them showcase their talents celebrate their contribution to the community take part in competitions meet new people and most importantly, have fun! Gunnedah will be celebrating Youth week in a big way, with many events on offer from 31 March - 7 April 2017. Come and join the…
National Youth Week 2017 is fast approaching and Gunnedah Shire Council is calling for young people between the ages of 5 to 25 years to submit art works for the 2017 Youth Week Exhibition. The theme for Youth Week, 2017 is ‘Be here, Be heard!’ and the exhibition is a chance for youth in Gunnedah to explore their creativity and demonstrate to the community just how creative, talented and imaginative our young people really are.…
At the November Council Meeting, Gunnedah Shire Council resolved to offer up to $100,000 funding over twelve months for the Gunnedah Waterways Wildlife Park. The funds are proposed to cover up to $75,000 for the appointment of a Wildlife Park Manager, and up to $25,000 for the accommodation of the manager who will be instituted at the park as part of a strategic plan to improve compliance and enable the park to remain open now…
Four years ago the Council worked alongside the local community to develop our Community Strategic Plan. This document identifies the priorities and aspirations of the Gunnedah community into the future. Since then, the Gunnedah community has seen many changes and it’s time to take stock, see if we’re on the right track and update the plan. WHY HAVE A COMMUNITY STRATEGIC PLAN? The NSW Government requires all NSW councils to produce a Community Strategic Plan.…
During February, March and April, Gunnedah Shire Council is rolling out a series of community engagement activities that will assist in the update for the Community Strategic Plan (CSP). Four years ago Council worked alongside the local community to develop our Community Strategic Plan. Since then, our community has seen many changes and it’s time to take stock, see if we’re on the right track and update the plan. To get started, we want to…
Back to Business Week is a NSW Government initiative that celebrates small to medium businesses and promotes and supports the critical role they play in local communities. Gunnedah Shire Council is hosting a ‘Back to Business Week Breakfast’ next Friday, 3 March 2017 at The Civic. Linda Hailey, one of Australia’s leading experts on small business is the guest speaker for the event. She will cover a number of issues relating to small business. She…
GoCo and The Salvation Army are making morning tea memorable with a tea party in the new Salvation Army Hall in Tempest St. On the third Tuesday of each month, GoCo and The Salvation Army are putting on a spread of scones and sandwiches, providing a social outing that won’t break the bank.
Name Date added
Tempest Street Tea Party Flyer.pdf
Popular 272.09 KB
06/03/2018
“We have a fantastic new venue, and we want to create a space for people to…
The NSW Government has agreed to develop water resource plans as part of implementing the Murray-Darling Basin Plan 2012 (the Basin Plan). The Namoi & Peel surface water (SW14) Water Resource Plan is currently being developed and covers all surface water in the Namoi Valley. The Namoi & Peel surface water (SW14) Water Resource Plan Status and Issues Paper summarises the status of surface water resources and issues that DPI Water will consider when developing…