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Released on: 19 October 2021
Port Macquarie Hastings Council has reached a new milestone in the Rawdon Island Bridge Repair Project with the contractor now mobilising the structure for repairs to commence next month.
Released on: 05 October 2021
The 2021 Port Macquarie Hastings’ Business Confidence Survey is now open. Council is keen to hear local businesses’ views and experiences, to gain a comprehensive understanding of local confidence now, and for the future.
Following the NSW Health announcement to lift stay-at-home orders in our LGA from 11:59pm tonight, we’re reopening select services from tomorrow, Wednesday 6 October.
Released on: 30 September 2021
The Hatch Rd initial road seal has been completed, giving drivers a safer and smoother experience.
Mayor Peta Pinson and Council CEO Dr Clare Allen have written to the NSW Government, conveying the community’s frustration and opposition to the travel exemption that allows Greater Sydney residents to visit regional areas to inspect the property.
Released on: 28 September 2021
Earlier this year, we invited local artists to participate in a free mural workshop to develop their skills under the instruction of renowned artist, designer and mural aficionado, Mike Shankster.
Released on: 20 September 2021
With nominations closing on Sept 30 for the Port Macquarie Hastings Sports Awards, organisers are issuing a final call for names of competitors who have made an impact in their chosen sport over the last 2 years.
In less than a year, the Port Macquarie Animal Shelter has found 300 unclaimed animals loving homes and a second chance.
On Monday 6 September, council crews installed six CoastSnap monitoring stations across the LGA to allow our community to assist in tracking shoreline processes such as coastal erosion.
Released on: 13 September 2021
Port Macquarie Hastings Council has been recognised for its achievements in stimulating economic development in the local area, being named a finalist in the National Economic Development Awards for Excellence in two categories.