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    Tuesday 21 February 2017

  • Council adopts investment divestment strategy
    Council will give preference to investing with financial institutions that do not support the fossil fuel industry.

  • Monday 20 February 2017

  • Narooma Pool to close for maintenance
    Narooma swimming pool will be closed for two months while Council undertakes important work to extend the life of the indoor pool.

  • Thursday 16 February 2017

  • Batemans Bay streetscaping project resumes
    Stage two works for the Batemans Bay streetscaping project will begin on Monday.

  • Thursday 16 February 2017

  • Council adopts new Community Engagement Framework
    Council adopted a new community engagement framework and charter at Tuesday’s council meeting, outlining how Council will engage with residents about projects, plans, and major issues that have an impact on the community.

  • Wednesday 15 February 2017

  • Back to Business Week workshops
    A series of free workshops starting Monday 26 February will give Eurobodalla’s local businesses something to celebrate during NSW Back to Business Week.

  • Wednesday 15 February 2017

  • Eurobodalla Council passes balloon release ban
    Council has risen to the occasion in minimising the environmental impacts of balloons by banning their release at council events and in council-managed reserves.

  • Tuesday 14 February 2017

  • Instagram photo competition showcases Eurobodalla
    The winners of Council’s #myeurobodalla photo competition have been announced.

  • Tradies roll up for roadside Litter
    Council will host another free tradies’ breakfast next Tuesday (21 February), this time in Moruya, to entice local ute drivers to properly secure their loads.

  • EOIs open for activities on Council-controlled land
    Council is calling for expressions of interest from community members interested in using Eurobodalla’s public reserves and Council buildings for running markets, holding events or conducting commercial activities.

  • Monday 13 February 2017

  • New fence for Corrigans Reserve inclusive playground
    Work starts today to install the new fencing around Corrigans Reserve inclusive playground at Batehaven.

  • Monday 13 February 2017

  • Plans for minor upgrade to Plantation Point Tuross Head on exhibition
    Council is planning some minor upgrades to the Plantation Point Memorial Gardens in Tuross Head and is eager to hear what the community thinks about them.

  • Monday 13 February 2017

  • Help improve the lives of people with a disability
    Council is seeking the community’s input for a new Disability Inclusion Action Plan, which aims to improve opportunities for people with a disability living in and visiting Eurobodalla.

  • Funding for Bodalla Sewerage Scheme
    Here's a media statement from Member for Bega Andrew Constance announcing funding for Bodalla Sewerage Scheme.

  • Friday 10 February 2017

  • Clean Up Australia Day registrations sought
    Council, in partnership with Clean Up Australia, is calling for volunteers to take part in Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday 5 March.

  • Wednesday 8 February 2017

  • EPA: No toxicity detected in local waterways
    Responding to community concerns that leachate from the Brou waste facility was impacting Whittakers Creek and Brou Lake, the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has investigated and found no evidence that the facility is polluting the local waterways.

  • Tuesday 7 February 2017

  • Advisory committee members wanted
    Council is calling for expressions of interest for three of its advisory committees; the Aboriginal Advisory Committee, Disability Inclusion Advisory Committee and the Public Art Advisory Committee.

  • Monday 6 February 2017

  • Entries open for 2017 Mayor’s Writing Competition
    Budding young writers have a window of opportunity to win great prizes and have their works published in the 2017 Mayor’s Writing Competition.

  • Monday 6 February 2017

  • Community drop-in session for Central Tilba car park
    Council will host a drop-in session at the Central Tilba School of Arts Hall from 10am to 1pm on Monday 13 February to discuss options for a new formal car park at the northern end of Bate Street.

  • Monday 6 February 2017

  • Bay business activity booms
    A recent audit of Eurobodalla business activity shows the number of businesses in the shire’s commercial and industrial centres has grown significantly over the past six years.

  • Thursday 2 February 2017

  • Works begin to upgrade Caseys Beach seawall
    An upgrade to the southern end of Caseys Beach seawall will begin next week to ensure long-term stability of the foreshore and reduce the risk of damage to a nearby sewage pump station.

  • Monday 30 January 2017

  • Ten new Australian citizens call Eurobodalla home
    Ten Eurobodalla residents took their final pledge to become an Australian citizen at yesterday’s Australia Day citizenship ceremony in Moruya.

  • Friday 27 January 2017

  • Australian Government releases draft flying fox recovery plan
    The Federal Department of Environment and Energy is calling for public comment on its draft grey headed flying fox recovery plan.

  • Tuesday 24 January 2017

  • Roadside litter campaign revs up
    Eurobodalla Council will host a free tradies breakfast at Bunnings Batemans Bay on Wednesday morning to help entice drivers of open-tray vehicles to properly secure their loads.

  • Friday 20 January 2017

  • New tool to help identify weeds
    Identifying weeds is now much easier thanks to Eurobodalla Shire Council’s new online Weed Finder.

  • Tuesday 17 January 2017

  • Use #myeurobodalla and win
    Eurobodalla Shire Council is harnessing the power of social media to find out what residents love about Eurobodalla.

  • Campaign puts tossers on notice
    Tossers are being put on notice in an ongoing campaign to tackle the scourge of litter in Eurobodalla.

  • Friday 6 January 2017

  • Lifeguards let rip with sea-dye demonstrations
    Beachgoers can see firsthand how dangerous rip currents flow when local lifeguards use sea dye to identify rips at four popular Eurobodalla beaches.

  • Thursday 22 December 2016

  • Santa brings plenty of free parking to Batemans Bay
    Shoppers and visitors to the seaside town of Batemans Bay will find plenty of additional parking spaces this year.

  • Thursday 22 December 2016

  • What do you ❤ about Eurobodalla?
    Council is asking community members to share what’s important to them and help identify future aspirations for Eurobodalla.

  • Monday 19 December 2016

  • Arrive alive these holidays
    The Kings Highway Road Safety Partnership has launched a new campaign encouraging drivers to slow down on the Kings Highway.