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Released on: 29 September 2020
The Telegraph Point community are walking, riding and running more safely between key village locations with work now complete on a range of pedestrian upgrades.
Telegraph Point residents were the first of three communities in the Port Macquarie-Hastings region to connect to new reticulated sewerage, with the villages of Comboyne and Long Flat soon to follow.
An Extraordinary Meeting of Council will be held at 1.00pm on Wednesday 30 September 2020. This meeting will consider the recently exhibited Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS).
Released on: 28 September 2020
This week, the Mayor welcomes tourists to our region for the school holiday's, and chats with some of them on our beautiful Town Green in Port Macquarie.
Released on: 21 September 2020
This week the Mayor chats with Kylie from Kylie's art studio in Laurieton who is super excited about being involved in ArtWalk this year. See you between 1 - 8 October for a creative experience like no other!
Released on: 14 September 2020
Two inspiring events are taking place as part of the development of the Community Strategic Plan - Think 2050… that are set to transform the way we think about our future.
To enable easier, more efficient distribution of chemicals and fertilisers for farmers and irrigators, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council have teamed up with eBoss Australia to develop a free mobile App called Sprayrite.
Gordon Street in Port Macquarie is set to receive a major upgrade to improve stormwater flow and flooding risk, enhance vehicle, cyclist and pedestrian safety, and provide more efficient traffic flow on one of our region’s busiest main roads.
This week the Mayor is at Westport Park, encouraging artists to express their interest in creating murals to say thankyou to those that protected our community during the bushfires.
Released on: 07 September 2020
Listen to the Wauchope Men's Shed talk about how they spent their money received from the last round of Council's Community Grants.