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Shoalhaven City Council will be undertaking two planned asphalt surfacing programs in the coming months as part of the annual reseal program.Works will commence on the first stage of works from this Tuesday 13 May with Council’s contractors undertaking night works over a two week period.Deep lift asphalt works will take place at and around the intersection of Nowra Lane and Worrigee Street in the Nowra CBD this Tuesday and Wednesday.Works will then shift to Meroo Street, Bomaderry between Bolong...
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Shoalhaven City Council is pleased to advise that the Ulladulla Civic Centre will be reopened to the general public from Wednesday 28 May.The recent redevelopment of the facility has substantially increased the size of the Ulladulla Library and Visitors Centre while also providing significant upgrades to the individual catering services and public meeting spaces.The facility has also been fully air conditioned which is a feature that has been long awaited by the community.Deputy Mayor, John Well...
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Shoalhaven City Council Deputy Mayor, John Wells is encouraging local communities to nominate their town or village in the upcoming Keep Australia Beautiful Clean Beaches and Tidy Towns Awards.The annual Keep Australia Beautiful Awards recognise those towns and villages working to protect the coastline and helping NSW become the least littered state in Australia. Huskisson Beach received a Highly Commended in the Community Partnerships Award at the Keep Australia Beautiful, 2013 Australian Clean...
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Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has officially handed over the keys to a Nissan UD truck to members of Bomaderry Rotary during a Civic Reception at Council’s Administration Building.The truck, which was made available to Rotary after Council provided a $39,000 resale discount, will be used in towing the area’s Life Education Van to local schools.Deputy Mayor, John Wells said the recent donation was a further example of Council working with a service organisation for the betterment of ...
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Shoalhaven City Arts Centre will be hosting the Archibald Prize 2013 Regional Touring Exhibition from Tuesday 13 May until Saturday 28 June.The Archibald Prize is Australia’s most prestigious and renowned exhibition having celebrated the country’s leading portrait artists since the awards inception in 1921.Among the prominent pieces to be featured at the upcoming exhibition include Kathryn Del Barton’s winning entry, Hugo, a portrait of Hugo Weaving, as well as Vincent Fantauzzo’s People Choice ...
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Shoalhaven City Council will commence construction on Monday 26 May to enable the opening of Junction Court with the project expected to take approximately four weeks to complete.Council confirmed Junction Court would be opened to eastbound traffic during October’s Ordinary Meeting.The upcoming works will see the removal of pavers and construction of a concrete ramp at the eastern end of Junction Court as well as the installation of an asphalt overlay at the instersection of O’Connell Lane and J...
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Shoalhaven Water is advising residents that the broken water main causing issues for local residents at Lake Tabourie is currently being repaired.It is expected that the township of Lake Tabourie will continue to be without water for approximately two to three hours as a result of the broken main. Shoalhaven Water estimates that the water will be back on by 5pm.Any residents that require water for drinking purposes are asked to contact Shoalhaven Water on 4429 3214.
Shoalhaven Water are advising residents of a broken water main causing issues for local residents at Lake Tabourie.The main, located on the Princes Highway, burst at approximately 11am this morning.Shoalhaven Water crews are currently conducting urgent repairs on site.It is expected that the township of Lake Tabourie will be without water for approximately four to five hours as a result of the broken main.Any residents that require water for drinking purposes are asked to contact Shoalhaven Wate...
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Shoalhaven City Council will join the Shoalhaven Rugby Club in hosting the NSW Country Junior Rugby Championships at the Shoalhaven Ricoh Rugby Park from Saturday 10 – Sunday 11 May.The weekend will see some of the State’s most talented young rugby players competing in the Under 12, Under 13 and Under 18 age groups.Teams representing the Illawarra, Central Coast, Mid North Coast, Central West, Far North Coast, New England, Central North and the Hunter will each be fielding sides in the tournamen...
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Shoalhaven Water have begun major maintenance works at the Sussex Inlet Sewer Pumping Station, which are expected to take approximately three weeks to complete.   The works are being undertaken as part of Council’s ongoing maintenance and improvement program for the Sussex Inlet sewer system.   While the majority of works are expected to be carried out during normal working hours, some night work will be required.   Director of Water, Carmel Krogh said every effo...
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