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Meet the candidates

With council elections are just a few weeks away this is your opportunity to meet the people who want to represent you on MidCoast Council. The session is this Monday 21 August at the Gloucester Soldiers Club from 7pm.  Hosted by Gloucester Chamber of Commerce.

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Greater protection for local heritage

MidCoast Council is proposing increased protection of 55 heritage sites – including items in Stroud, Stroud Road, Booral, Allworth, Wards River and Monkerai – and is seeking community feedback on the proposal before Friday 14 July. A planning proposal has been prepared which seeks to amend the Great Lakes Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2014 by making […]

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Free workshop on how to teach a ‘Learner Driver’

Are you teaching a learner driver? If you are, then you’ll know it’s not always a smooth ride. Join a free two-hour “Teach a Learner Driver” workshop that will help reduce the stress for you and your learner, and make every lesson more effective.  Bookings are essential, please phone 6591 7231 or email roadsafety@midcoast.nsw.gov.au and […]

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MidCoast Council community conversation

Stroud Tuesday 21 March School of Arts Hall 6pm MidCoast Council is holding the next round of community updates right across the region in March, with important news to share on Council’s upcoming September elections, asset management, financial position and merger progress. The meetings, which run from Monday 6 March until Tuesday 21 March, are […]

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Midcoast Water

Carefully monitoring water resources While temperatures have reached record highs, and river levels have dropped, the community’s responsible use of water has meant a stay on any implementation of water restrictions at this point in time. However, MidCoast Water has advised that restrictions may be necessary if the hot dry spell continues beyond the next […]

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Early warning signs for river health

MidCoast Council has released the 2016 Waterways and Catchment Report Card which shows that some river systems in our catchments are showing signs of stress. Healthy waterways are fundamental to life in our region. Dr Peter Scanes from the NSW Department of Office Environment and Heritage leads the independent team of scientists contracted by MidCoast […]

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