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    Friday 16 March 2018

  • Storytime goes off with a Little Bang
    Eurobodalla Libraries have got storytime down to a science thanks to a new program aimed at three- to five-year-olds.

  • Friday 16 March 2018

  • Aboriginal art sought for new exhibition
    The Gulaga Board of Management, in partnership with Eurobodalla Council, is calling for entries into Yuin Country: Art and Land Revealed exhibition.

  • Wednesday 14 March 2018

  • Dream a Little Sellers Art Prize
    Young people aged between five and 18 are invited to draw upon their artistic talents for this year’s Little Sellers Art Prize.

  • Tuesday 13 March 2018

  • Cunning Cassia in bloom
    When it comes to controlling Cassia time is of the essence – and the time is now.

  • Tuesday 13 March 2018

  • ROSS ready to roll
    Priorities for Eurobodalla’s recreation areas have been ratified with the adoption of Council’s Recreation and Open Space Strategy last month, however more community engagement is yet to come.

  • Monday 12 March 2018

  • Be Ready Starting School Expo this weekend
    Parents and carers can learn how to prepare their children for the transition to big school at the Be Ready Starting School Expo this Saturday.

  • Tuesday 6 March 2018

  • Local volunteers praised for fight against marine debris
    Eurobodalla has ranked in the top five contributors to the Australian Marine Debris Initiative Database, logging tens of thousands of items that were found on our coastline since 2014.

  • Tuesday 6 March 2018

  • Valued volunteers take out trolleys, trash
    Drink containers, cigarette butts, bottle tops and food wrappers were the most common rubbish item collected in Eurobodalla on Sunday for Clean Up Australia Day.

  • Monday 5 March 2018

  • NAIDOC Week grants available
    Not-for-profit organisations and community groups are invited to apply for grant funding to run NAIDOC Week activities this year.

  • Thursday 1 March 2018

  • Off-leash dog trial at Long Beach
    A trial change to dog exercise areas in Long Beach will proceed following a decision of Eurobodalla councillors on Tuesday.

  • Wednesday 28 February 2018

  • $655,000 funding for community projects
    Eurobodalla Council has received $655,000 in funding to breathe life into local community projects as part of the NSW Government’s $200 million Stronger Country Communities fund.

  • Tuesday 27 February 2018

  • Coastal weeds milestone
    Most people consider NSW far south coast beaches to be pristine. They are clean and weed free for a reason and it’s called the Coastal Weeds Project.

  • Tuesday 27 February 2018

  • Oyster hatchery a pearler for Eurobodalla economy
    Eurobodalla’s economy is set to receive a major boost after Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis announced $2.3 million in funding last Friday to construct an oyster hatchery at Moruya Airport.

  • Tuesday 27 February 2018

  • Dive in to Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday
    The scene is set for this Sunday’s Clean Up Australia Day and more volunteers are needed.

  • Tuesday 27 February 2018

  • New draft code for council meetings
    NSW councils can soon expect new rules for the conduct of their council meetings.

  • Wednesday 21 February 2018

  • Eurobodalla food retailers rewarded for high standard of food safety
    Eurobodalla food retailers can expect fewer health inspections after Eurobodalla Shire Council adopted a new food inspection policy at last week’s meeting.

  • Tuesday 20 February 2018

  • Narooma’s turn for free native plants
    Residents of Narooma and surrounds have the chance to swap their pesky weeds for free native flowering plants this weekend.

  • Thursday 15 February 2018

  • Statement from Mayor Liz Innes to ‘Our Town, Our Say’ meeting
    "...I want to assure you that Council is listening to the views of individuals and groups who want a 50-metre pool included in the proposed aquatic centre. However, we believe a 50-metre pool is not affordable or justified at this time..."

  • Wednesday 14 February 2018

  • Book now for worm farming workshops
    Eurobodalla residents can learn how to turn their kitchen scraps and garden waste into a nutrient-rich fertiliser at worm farming workshops next month.

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018

  • New trainees, cadets and apprentices on the job
    There are several fresh new faces in the Eurobodalla Council team after its new cohort of cadets, apprentices and trainees started work last week.

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018

  • Landcare WIRES into animal knowledge
    Noises in the night, burrow inhabitants and identifying which poo belongs to what bush dweller will be a few of the topics covered in a workshop for Eurobodalla Landcare volunteers next month.

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018

  • Glenella Road roundabout work underway
    Work on the Glenella Road roundabout in Batemans Bay has resumed after the holiday break, with Eurobodalla Council crews back onsite from last week.

  • Tuesday 13 February 2018

  • Funding for upgrades to Gundary Oval
    Member for Bega, Andrew Constance has welcomed $185,000 in NSW Government infrastructure funding for redevelopment of the Gundary Oval in Moruya.

  • Monday 12 February 2018

  • Temporary fence for seal safety
    A temporary fence has been erected around the fish cleaning table at Narooma town wharf in an attempt to keep a visiting seal at bay.

  • Wednesday 7 February 2018

  • Info kiosks for Batemans Bay Arts, Aquatic and Leisure Centre
    Eurobodalla Council is hosting information kiosks in Batemans Bay on Saturday and Monday to answer questions and provide information about the proposed Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre.

  • Wednesday 7 February 2018

  • Program shores-up estuarine habitat
    Eurobodalla’s ‘Big Five’ estuaries; Clyde, Tomaga, Moruya, Tuross/Coila and Wallaga are much healthier thanks to Eurobodalla Council’s Estuary Management Program.

  • Monday 5 February 2018

  • Entries open for 2018 Mayor’s Writing Competition
    The time is right for Eurobodalla’s budding young writers to put pen to paper for the 2018 Mayor’s Writing Competition.

  • Monday 5 February 2018

  • Be part of the solution on Clean Up Australia Day
    As global trash troubles escalate, you can be part of the local solution this Clean Up Australia Day.

  • Tuesday 30 January 2018

  • Heat on to make gardens water-wise
    Hot weather wreaking havoc in your garden? Our environment team can help with water-wise garden check-ups.

  • Thursday 25 January 2018

  • Waste no time in reporting illegal dumping
    Community members who come across illegal dumping sites or witness offenders in the act are urged to report it to Eurobodalla Shire Council or the Environment Protection Authority (EPA).