Dog attacks on the rise, owners beware
After some serious dog attacks and reviewing statistics, Council rangers urge owners to be more responsible and aware of their dog's behaviour.
Connect, move, play at free All Abilities Festival
Celebrate all abilities in our shire on Wednesday 30 November. Explore activities around art, performance, fitness and wellbeing.
Waste survey no waste of time
Residents have an opportunity to shape the future of waste management in the shire and the region with a five-minute survey.
Youth making a difference to mental health
The youth committee’s Active Art workshops have been a hit and have encouraged much open discussion around mental health.
Transform waste without leaving home
Residents can learn how to better manage organic waste with free composting and wormfarming workshops in November.
Resilience workshop for neighbourhood action plan
Register to help build a neighbourhood action plan. Workshop practical solutions on how to respond to disasters.
Beach water quality investigations continue
Following the State of the Beaches report Council has commenced a comprehensive sampling program for the Caseys Beach catchment.
Cullendulla virtual fence a state first
Council will trial a virtual fencing system on Cullendulla Drive and Blairs Road at Long Beach to reduce both road kill and vehicle damage.
Emergency erosion control works begin at Long Beach
Emergency beach nourishment works have begun at Long Beach. The work involves sand bagging and moving sand to eroded areas.
Is that a weed? Know what's growing on
Found a new plant popping up in your backyard and not sure if it’s a weed or not? The invasive species team is here to help.
It's time to celebrate Children's Week
Council has been running Children’s Week events for nearly a decade and this year’s celebrations are set to top them all.
Sports conference strengthens community
Attendees walked away from the South East and Tablelands Regional Sports and Recreation Conference ready to kick goals.
Prevent your dog from attacking livestock
After a recent spate of dog attacks on livestock, animal owners need to be more responsible and follow these steps ...
Libraries host sensory-friendly hour
Once a month, library staff dim the lights, turn off their scanner “beeps” and minimise noise and distractions throughout the library.
Moruya pool reopens with reduced hours
The seasonal pool reopens to the public with reduced hours. Until more staff come on board, the pool will be closed on Tuesdays.
Coastal management program open for comment
Have your say on the draft Open Coast Coastal Management Program, on public exhibition until Wednesday 9 November.
Bird boffins seek gang gang sightings
Gang gangs are breeding and researchers hope keen birders will report their sightings of these endangered parrots at tree hollows.