We’re continuing to deliver and support our community during the COVID-19 health crisis. For information and advice click here.
Each week, the Mayor prepares a message for residents that focuses on current Council and community issues. This message appears in local newspapers. You can read each message by clicking on the links below:
Released on: 03 August 2020
Mayor Peta Pinson encourages the community to look after their health and remain vigilant in these COVID-19 times. Keep washing your hands, no huge gatherings or parties and let's get through this together.
Released on: 27 July 2020
If you live in a multi unit dwelling, get involved in our MUDs program. We're offering residents living in these complexes to have a green bin and help us reduce waste going to landfill.
Released on: 20 July 2020
When locals support locals... our whole community benefits. Mayor, Peta Pinson gives us some tips on how we can all do our bit to get behind local businesses and 'Support Local'.
Released on: 13 July 2020
Mayor Peta Pinson talks about the development of our Community Strategic Plan and all of the ways that the community can get involved to share their big picture ideas for 'Think 2050'.
Released on: 06 July 2020
Mayor Peta Pinson talks Plastic Free July this week, and gives us some handy tips on what you can do to refuse single use plastic items. There's details on how to join our free workshop and sign up to take the pledge to go plastic free this July.
Released on: 29 June 2020
Mayor Peta Pinson discusses the resumption of printing for our weekly newspapers and encourages locals to have a staycation these coming holidays and enjoy what our region has to offer!
Released on: 22 June 2020
Mayor Peta Pinson encourages people throughout the Port Macquarie-Hastings to get involved in PMH Cares - a community led program of neighbours helping neighbours - connecting people to provide practical support, social connections and resources.
Released on: 15 June 2020
Sculptures along the Hastings River: In this week’s video update the Mayor puts the call out for artists who’d like to contribute to this exciting new initiative at Rocks Ferry - the Wauchope Bicentenary Riverside Sculptural Trail.
This page was last updated on: 26 February 2019
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