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    Tuesday 5 February 2019

  • New look library is one for the books
    Staff at the Moruya library are urging the community to check out the upgraded facilities while they check out some new books.

  • Monday 4 February 2019

  • Last-minute cruise ship visit to Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla shire Mayor Liz Innes has welcomed the arrival of the ultra-luxury cruise ship Seabourn Encore as an opportunity for the shire to shine.

  • A unique arts space for a unique region
    Basil Sellers visited Moruya last week, saying he was delighted with how the Bas - the shire's new arts centre - had progressed.

  • Pitch in for Clean Up Australia Day
    The first weekend in March typically sees hundreds of shire volunteers help clean up Eurobodalla’s streets, beaches, parks and waterways.

  • Friday 1 February 2019

  • Mayor disappointed in Labor’s Rural Lands Strategy announcement
    Mayor Liz Innes says Labor’s announcement yesterday it will not endorse Eurobodalla’s Rural Lands Strategy is political pointscoring at the expense of rural land owners.

  • Wednesday 30 January 2019

  • Tea recycling is in the bag
    The humble morning cuppa is in hot water as individuals, businesses and organisations across the shire brew up new ways to reduce plastic waste.

  • Tuesday 29 January 2019

  • Eurobodalla water restrictions lifted
    Permanent water conservation measures are now in place for the Eurobodalla after the lifting of water restrictions from Tuesday 29 January.

  • Thursday 24 January 2019

  • Work resumes on the Tomakin roundabout
    Work to complete the Tomakin Road and George Bass roundabout resumes this month.

  • Tuesday 22 January 2019

  • Care career kick-start course
    People looking for work or a career change can kick start their community care career with a 12-week course.

  • Shorebird volunteers take their tern
    Some of the shire’s shorebirds are under threat and holiday makers at Potato Point flocked to learn more.

  • Kiosks going swimmingly
    Midway through the consultation on concepts for the new Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre, Mayor Liz Innes said it was going well so far.

  • Wednesday 16 January 2019

  • New Drain Buddies installed
    Eurobodalla Council is taking a proactive approach to preventing marine debris by installing litter-catching baskets in some stormwater drains as a trial.

  • Tuesday 15 January 2019

  • Hunt for beach treasures these holidays
    Parents and carers wanting to lure kids away from their screens these holidays have access to a free guide to explore Eurobodalla’s beaches and estuaries.

  • Tuesday 15 January 2019

  • Airport to close for runway upgrade
    The Moruya airport will be closed for three weeks to upgrade the runway.

  • Saturday 12 January 2019

  • Cherished volunteers welcomed to the Bas
    The shire's new purpose-built arts space is almost done and our first group of cherished Bas volunteers have just toured the centre.

  • Friday 11 January 2019

  • New splash pad for Narooma pool
    Children can soon enjoy the fun splash pad currently being constructed at the Narooma Swimming Centre.

  • Thursday 10 January 2019

  • Get your skates on for free youth event
    On skateboards, scooters or BMX, the shire’s youth can share their wheelie airs and win prizes at free events this month.

  • Ydrive revs up in 2019
    Following a successful trial, Eurobodalla’s Council’s Ydrive program will hit top gear this year with an additional car based in Batemans Bay.

  • Wednesday 9 January 2019

  • North Head and Moruya beaches closed again
    Moruya’s North and South Head beaches have been closed again after sharks returned to the area, potentially putting swimmers at risk.

  • Tuesday 8 January 2019

  • Concepts out for new Batemans Bay aquatic, arts centre
    Eurobodalla Council is seeking community feedback on three layouts for the new Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre at Mackay Park.

  • Monday 7 January 2019

  • North Head and Moruya beaches closed
    Repeated shark sighting have led to the closure of the North Head and Moruya beaches for the next 24 hours, effective immediately.

  • Thursday 20 December 2018

  • Botanic Garden redevelopment begins
    Construction has begun on a $3 million redevelopment of facilities at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden.

  • Thursday 20 December 2018

  • Council closure over the holidays
    Council’s main office, depots and libraries will close down for Christmas at 12.30pm on Monday 24 December 2018 and reopen at 8.30am on Wednesday 2 January 2019.

  • Wednesday 19 December 2018

  • More ‘Hold my hand’ signs installed
    Council has again partnered with The Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation to remind locals and visitors about the importance of holding a child’s hand when walking on or near a road.

  • Tuesday 18 December 2018

  • Potential weed outbreak prevented
    An attempt to distribute a potentially devastating aquatic weed in the shire has been thwarted thanks to the diligence of Eurobodalla Council’s invasive species team.

  • Tuesday 18 December 2018

  • Campaign improves safety on the Kings Highway
    ‘Reduce your speed on the Kings Highway this summer… your family is counting on it.’ It’s the message promoted each year by the Kings Highway Road Safety Partnership it seems to be working.

  • Thursday 13 December 2018

  • Mackay Park Plan of Management on public exhibition
    Council is seeking community feedback on a draft Plan of Management for Batemans Bay’s Mackay Park.

  • Thursday 13 December 2018

  • New program linking youth with jobs
    Council is looking to connect young job seekers with local employment opportunities in a new youth employment program.

  • Wednesday 12 December 2018

  • Moruya Library to open Wednesday 2 January
    The official opening of Moruya Library has again been delayed. The revamped library’s reopening is now scheduled for Wednesday 2 January.

  • Tuesday 11 December 2018

  • Weekend works at Cullendulla Creek
    Contractors relocating a sewer main in the Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve have begun working weekends at the Surfside site in an effort to install the pipe before the Christmas holidays.