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    Thursday 27 July 2017

  • Eurobodalla’s young writers celebrated
    A young writer from Sunshine Bay Public School has taken out top honours in this year’s Eurobodalla Mayor’s Writing Competition.

  • Thursday 27 July 2017

  • Dalmeny roadworks begin
    Eurobodalla Council crews will begin roadworks in Dalmeny on Tuesday in preparation for Council’s annual reseal program.

  • Thursday 27 July 2017

  • More than roads, rates and rubbish
    The Eurobodalla community can learn more about their local council at a one-day pop up festival in Moruya on next Tuesday.

  • Tuesday 25 July 2017

  • Branch out for National Tree Day this Sunday
    Australia’s largest community tree-planting and nature-care event is this Sunday 30 July, and Eurobodalla locals are being urged to get involved.

  • Wednesday 19 July 2017

  • People power converges on Canberra to tackle climate change
    Council will pledge to become a ‘climate champion’ under a landmark new national initiative to be launched in Canberra today.

  • Tuesday 18 July 2017

  • Rabbit control in a suburb near you
    Rabbits are like dirty dishes in the sink; if you don’t keep them under control they’ll keep multiplying.

  • Monday 17 July 2017

  • Narooma’s turn for A Plastic Ocean
    Sir David Attenborough describes the film A Plastic Ocean as the one of the most important of our time and locals now have a second chance to see it.

  • Thursday 13 July 2017

  • Vote now Eurobodalla Business Awards People’s Choice
    Voting is now open for the 2017 Eurobodalla Business Awards People’s Choice.

  • Tuesday 11 July 2017

  • Parents invited to Healthy Active Kids Forum
    Parents and childhood educators can learn about the link between physical activity, food and children’s mental development at a free talk in Moruya this month.

  • Tuesday 11 July 2017

  • Wipe for wildlife
    Are you a tree flusher? Every year, thousands of trees are used to make toilet paper.

  • Wednesday 5 July 2017

  • Dog-friendly areas proposed
    Eurobodalla Council is proposing additional dog-friendly areas in Eurobodalla.

  • Wednesday 5 July 2017

  • July is National Desexing Month
    Community members finding it difficult to pay for the cost of desexing their dog or cat can receive significant discounts during National Desexing Month.

  • Wednesday 5 July 2017

  • Tyrone Bridge works ready to commence
    Member for Bega Andrew Constance and Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes have today advised that work will begin this month to build a new bridge that will provide improved links for rural landholders, quarry operators and the Nerrigundah community.

  • Tuesday 4 July 2017

  • Sort your junk and get it to the kerb
    Eurobodalla Council kicks off its annual household hard waste collection this month, giving residents the chance to get rid of unwanted items too bulky for their household bin.

  • Wednesday 28 June 2017

  • Water mains renewals for Narooma flat residents
    Work started this week on the replacement of water mains in the residential area around Narooma flat.

  • Tuesday 27 June 2017

  • Fresh air and fresh ideas from next generation Landcarers
    There’s nothing like the great outdoors to inspire the mind and last month’s Eurobodalla Learning Community Environmental Forum proved the point.

  • Wednesday 21 June 2017

  • Council hosting free Family Day Care business information sessions
    Community members can learn how to combine their passion for children with a rewarding professional home-based career at free information sessions next month.

  • Wednesday 21 June 2017

  • Community Strategic Plan adopted
    Eurobodalla’s Community Strategic Plan was endorsed at last Tuesday’s council meeting, supporting a community vision to be friendly, responsible, thriving and proud.

  • Wednesday 21 June 2017

  • Committee producing ‘paddock to plate’ food policy
    Eurobodalla Council’s Rural Producers Advisory Committee is looking to support Eurobodalla agricultural businesses by developing a Local Food Production Policy.

  • Wednesday 21 June 2017

  • Advancing Eurobodalla: have your say on economic growth strategy
    Eurobodalla Council is asking the community to provide feedback about a new economic growth and development strategy.

  • Tuesday 20 June 2017

  • Environmental champions leave a legacy for generations to enjoy
    It was with heavy hearts that volunteers, staff, friends and neighbours gathered last weekend to farewell stalwarts of the Landcare movement, Maureen and Jim Baker. The couple are moving to Wollongong to be closer to family.

  • Wednesday 14 June 2017

  • Changed traffic conditions in Orient Street
    Motorists in Orient Street Batemans Bay should look out for changed road conditions from this Friday when a new raised pedestrian crossing opens to traffic.

  • Wednesday 14 June 2017

  • Council plans to slash energy emissions
    Eurobodalla Shire Council expects to source 100 per cent of its electricity from renewable energy by 2030 and slash its energy emissions 80 per cent by 2030.

  • Tuesday 13 June 2017

  • Wake-up call on coffee capsules
    Eurobodalla residents can help the brewing environmental problem caused by coffee capsules by sending them off for free to be recycled.

  • Tuesday 13 June 2017

  • General Manager’s contract extended
    Eurobodalla Shire Councillors gave Dr Catherine Dale a resounding endorsement at today’s Council meeting when the results of her annual performance review and an extension of her contract were voted on.

  • Friday 9 June 2017

  • Durras Lake Boat Ramp works begin
    Eurobodalla Council will begin work to upgrade to the Durras Lake boat ramp on Tuesday 13 June.

  • Friday 9 June 2017

  • Roads in line for marking
    Eurobodalla Council will carry out line-marking operations in the Batemans Bay CBD next week.

  • Wednesday 7 June 2017

  • New water refill stations announced
    Five more water refill stations will soon be installed in Eurobodalla to encourage residents and visitors to choose tap water over bottled water.

  • Wednesday 7 June 2017

  • Make a sea change for our oceans
    Thursday 8 June is International World Ocean Day and Eurobodalla Council is joining hundreds of people across the region in marking the day by saying no to plastic bags.

  • Friday 2 June 2017

  • Kings Highway and Batemans Bay bypass on SEATS agenda
    Transport projects from Wollongong to Melbourne were on the agenda when the South East Australian Transport Strategy (SEATS) group held its quarterly meeting in Batemans Bay last week.