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Shoalhaven City Council has shelved plans to relocate the existing ANZAC Memorial as part of the upgrade of facilities at Voyager Memorial Park, Huskisson.The decision follows ongoing engagement with a number of community members who had expressed concerns by the move.Under the revised Master Plan recently placed on public exhibition, plans exist for a ‘Remembrance Court’ at Voyager Park as a way of providing both an intimate space for reflection and a ceremonial space for events.It had previous...
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Shoalhaven City Council is continuing work on the upgrade of Worrigee Road, Worrigee with the project expected to be completed by the end of August weather dependent.Council has engaged local contractor, Hisway to undertake the works which include tree removal, lane and shoulder widening, guardrail installation and linemarking.Tree removal has already commenced on site and is expected to take another week to complete at which point the road work component of the project will commence.Council has...
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Shoalhaven City Council will be hosting a Job Application Workshop at the upcoming Shoalhaven Careers Expo to be held at the University of Wollongong Shoalhaven Campus on Friday 19 July.The annual Shoalhaven Careers Expo provides local students with an opportunity to gain information regarding future employment opportunities based upon current industry information and needs. Council will be hosting the Job Application Workshop to allow students to receive advice and ask questions about writing r...
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Shoalhaven City Council is continuing to monitor the recently opened Shoalhaven Heads entrance as Council staff warns the general public to remain cautious near the edges of the river.With the entrance of the river continuing to scour, Council staff are reminding local residents that the river edge remains unstable and are advising residents to avoid walking along the edges at this point.Council staff opened the Shoalhaven River at Shoalhaven Heads to the ocean on 25 June after the predicted thr...
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Shoalhaven City Council has completed a temporary diversion around the slipped section of roadway on Burrier Road.The diversion has been put in place following a landslip on a short section of Burrier Road, one kilometre west of the Yalwal Road intersection, as a result of last week’s heavy rains.The single lane detour has been constructed to allow access for truck and dog access up to 19 metres in length while no load limit has been placed on the road.Director of City Services and Operations, B...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash hosted a special morning tea over the weekend paying tribute to the area’s charitable and welfare organisations.Representatives from over 90 local groups and organisations, including representatives from the Mens Shed, Shoalhaven Shakers and Legacy, attended the function held at the Nowra Administration Building.Mayor, Joanna Gash said the morning tea allowed Council to take time out and recognise the hard work and ongoing efforts of the area’s many vol...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has thanked Council staff for their efforts during the recent heavy rains as the organisation continues to clean up flood affected parts of the City.With the entire area receiving well above average rainfall Council staff worked continuously throughout the event maintaining roadblocks, monitoring signage and implementing rapid short term repairs to ensure the safety of the community.Mayor, Gash said that with the vast majority of roads now reopened to t...
Read more about Mayor, Gash thanks Council staff and provides road works update
Shoalhaven City Libraries will be offering local seniors an opportunity to learn a host of valuable computer skills as part of the upcoming Tech Savvy training program.Participating seniors will be shown the benefits of using practical skills to undertake tasks such as internet banking, emailing and online shopping.The courses cover many aspects of everyday computer application and are delivered on basic, intermediate and advanced levels.Mayor, Joanna Gash said Shoalhaven Libraries have reported...
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Shoalhaven City Council has partnered with DHL to establish free ‘Drop Zone’ e-waste collection points across the City.Under the new produce stewardship program local residents will be able to recycle unwanted televisions and computers free of charge at all of Council’s Recycling and Waste Depots as well as at TSR E-Waste at South Nowra.Mayor, Joanna Gash welcomed Council’s partnership with DHL as she encouraged local residents to take advantage of the free program.“Currently, too many of the co...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has congratulated over 100 Shoalhaven Heads residents who turned out on Sunday to help in the cleanup of the recent floods.Coordinated by the Shoalhaven Heads Community Forum, the clean up saw local residents collect over 80 bags of debris and rubbish left as a result of the recent rains.Volunteers also removed a number of larger items including boats, televisions, computers and chairs that had been washed down the river.Meeting at the Shoalhaven Heads ...
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