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  • Red bin swap for free ends soon

    Residents have until Friday 27 February to choose a different red bin service without paying a changeover fee.

    Released on 26 January 2015

  • Changes to beach patrols

    The flags will come down on a number of our local beaches from Monday 26 January as school holidays draw to a close and visitors return home.

    Released on 26 January 2015

  • Expressions of Interest close in 10 days for Plaza Car Park Site

    Last year, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council wrote to the NSW Minister for Lands, seeking an opportunity to negotiate the sale of the Plaza Car Park site, on similar terms those given to Woolworths

    Released on 22 January 2015

PMHC Listening is Council's online community engagement hub which will link you to all the issues and plans currently being discussed as well as the reports and feedback from past engagement projects.

Links to the Current Engagements on PMHC Listening are listed below:

 Note: the above list is in order, by "date published" to the PMHC Listening website.

  • The Best Cubby House In The Street - Shelly Evans

    The world of the miniature comes easy to artist Shelly Evans who has created a suburban reflection series made from everyday materials.

    Next running on 26 January 2015

  • Guan Wei

    Guan Wei’s art is inspired by themes such as exploration, immigration, plight of refugees, secret histories and crosscultural understanding born of his experience of the contrasting realities.

    Next running on 26 January 2015

  • Ken + Julia Yonetani: The Last Supper

    The Last Supper, a new sculptural installation by Ken + Julia Yonetani, addresses themes of food production, concerns arising from the level of salinity in Australia and related environmental impacts.

    Next running on 26 January 2015

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and its Councillors are committed to meeting the needs of the community.

Council's nine Councillors are elected for a four year term and are lead by the Port Macquarie-Hastings Mayor Peter Besseling, who was popularly elected by the community.

The NSW Electoral Commission officially declared the nine Councillors that make up Port Macquarie-Hastings Council following the 2012 elections.

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