Council’s administration centre will be closed on Good Friday (April 19) and Easter Monday (April 22). It will re-open as normal on Tuesday 23 April. For emergencies, call Council’s after hours number 6626 6800. Council’s landfill at Kyogle and all its waste transfer stations will be closed on Good Friday (April 19), Easter Sunday (April […]
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Two new bridges officially opened and news that funding has been received for two more bridges – it’s been a busy day for Kyogle Council! Kyogle Council Mayor Cr Danielle Mulholland together with Federal Member for Page Kevin officially opened Campbell Bridge and Hyde Bridge on Lynches Creek Road this morning. The two new concrete […]
Kyogle Council Mayor Danielle Mulholland described Council’s $53 million 2019/2020 budget as an investment in the future of Kyogle. “We have exceeded expectations in securing grant funding and continue to deliver on our most ambitious capital works program ever,” Cr Mulholland said. “The next four years will see further investment in our villages, roads, bridges, […]
Council’s Kyogle landfill and all its waste transfer stations will be closed on Good Friday (April 19), Easter Sunday (April 21) and Easter Monday (April 22) and on Anzac Day (April 25). However, the Kyogle landfill and the Woodenbong and Bonalbo transfer stations will open as normal (9am-4pm) on Easter Saturday (April 20).
Please be advised of upcoming Council works to be carried out at the Bonalbo water reservoir. Council will be carrying out work to repair leaks at Bonalbo water reservoir from Monday, 1 April, 2019 to Friday, 5 April, 2019. Works will include installation of a temporary set of tanks for emergency use as the water […]
Young people from Kyogle and district can now access Heaspace counselling services in Kyogle. Headspace Lismore will provide counselling services in Kyogle on Tuesdays for young people aged between 12 and 25 years of age going through a tough time. If you are: Feeling down or worried about things Being bullied at school Having problems […]
To read the fourth Bushfire Recovery Newsletter produced by Office of Emergency Management, please click here. The newsletter contains information and advice for people impacted by fires which affected the areas around Tabulam, Jubullum and Drake.
To read the third Bushfire Recovery Newsletter produced by Office of Emergency Management, please click here. The newsletter provides wide ranging information and advice for people impacted by the fires and includes details about new disaster relief assistance announced on 25 February by the Federal Government, the phone number for agencies providing mental health care, […]
If your potable water has been used by a fire fighting agency to fight the recent bushfires, you may be eligible to have it replaced. This assistance is for residential properties in rural areas. Disaster Welfare is working with NSW RFS to identify impacted properties. Applications for assistance must be lodged by 30 April 2019. […]
To read the second Bushfire Recovery Newsletter produced by Office of Emergency Management, please click here. The newsletter provides wide ranging information and advice for people impacted by the fires and includes the phone number for agencies providing mental health care, disaster relief grants, animal welfare, housing assistance, small business assistance, legal assistance and advice […]
Using rainwater after a bushfire The following information is provided to residents where rainwater tanks may have been contaminated either indirectly by ash, smoke, debris or directly by fire and fire fighting activities. How can I tell if my rainwater tank has been contaminated? Assume that your rainwater is contaminated if it: tastes or smells […]
A series of fact sheets have been developed to help people affected by the Tabulam bushfires. They have been developed by Red Cross and the NSW Disaster Recovery Team and cover a range of topics from how to look after yourself after the crisis has passed to information on housing assistance, animal welfare, legal assistance, […]
A fact sheet on help available for people affected by the Tabulam bushfires has been developed by the NSW Disaster Recovery Team. It contains information on housing assistance, animal welfare, legal assistance, disaster relief grants for individuals and disaster relief for farmers. To view the fact sheet, click here.
The Recovery Centre at Tabulam Hall for people affected by the Tabulam fires will be open today until 8pm. It will also be open tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday from 9am-4pm. People affected by fires can collect food hampers and clothing from the Recovery Centre as well as receive personal support. People wanting to help also […]
If you were evacuated, or were unable to return home as a result of the Tabulam bushfire, there are a number of practical and emotional things to consider when you are ready or allowed to return home. This information sheet prepared by the Australian Red Cross provides some tips on what you may encounter and […]
Disaster assistance has been made available for Tabulam and district communities affected by the bushfires. Assistance has been provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA). A range of assistance is now available to help people who have been affected by the bushfires as well as funding for operational response activities. Assistance […]
Bells Bay Camp Ground at Toonumbar Dam has been temporarily closed due to a blue green algae bloom and ongoing dry conditions. Water NSW has issued a Red Alert warning (high alert) for blue-green algae after monitoring revealed high levels of the potentially toxic algae in the dam water. A spokesperson for the Kyogle Fishing […]
There were smiles all round following the announcement this morning that the State Government will provide $4.2 million so Council can seal the final 15km gravel section of the Clarence Way. The funding, through the Government’s Fixing Country Roads Program, was announced by retiring Member for Lismore Thomas George and Nationals’ Candidate for the seat […]
Kyogle Council Mayor Cr Danielle Mulholland and Member for Lismore watered one of the new garden beds in Kyogle’s main street to officially open the Greening Kyogle Main Street project this morning. The $180,000 project involved planting native trees and plants in garden beds along Summerland Way and large street trees in the centre parking […]
The NSW Electoral Commission is encouraging people to apply to work at the NSW State election. For more information go to elections.nsw.gov.au/working_at_elections
Kyogle Council has approved financial assistance grants totalling more than $30,000 to a host of community, service and sporting organisations as well as four individuals. The 25 one-off grants were awarded under Council’s Community Assistance Policy and ranged from $400 to $5,000. The grants are targeted at organisations and individuals working in the areas of […]
Kyogle’s Neve Petherbridge has been named NovaSkill’s School Based Trainee of the Year at the organisation’s annual award presentation night. Neve has been working at Kyogle Council one day a week as a school-based trainee for the past two years while undertaking Years 11 and 12 at Kyogle High School. She has also successfully completed […]
Kyogle Council will receive more than $1.3 million in State Government funding to breathe new life into community facilities throughout the local government area. The Round 2 Stronger Country Communities Fund grants were announced by Member for Lismore Thomas George. Twenty one projects which include upgrades to community halls, sports grounds, sporting facilities and public […]
Members of the Christensen family joined Kyogle Council Mayor Danielle Mulholland and Member for Page Kevin Hogan to formally open the new Christensen Bridge on Afterlee Road last week. Council received $311,500 through the Federal Government’s Bridge Renewal Program to construct the new steel truss bridge. It replaces an old timber bridge. The new bridge […]
National Recycling Week runs from 12- 18 November and if you’re moving house, renovating your home or just having a spring clean you’ll probably have household problem waste such as unwanted paint, oils, batteries, fluorescent bulbs and gas bottles to dispose of. The safe and environmentally friendly solution is to take them to the Community […]