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Sale of land for unpaid rates

Kyogle Council will sell the following land at auction on 1 March 2018 for the provision of unpaid rates and charges unless all the outstanding fees and charges are paid before hand. Lot 12 in DP111280 Summerland Way, Kilgra 2474 Lot 9, Lot 10 and Lot 12 in DP 251698 Kyogle Road, Little Back Creek […]

Community input sought on new bridge names

Council is looking to formally name 10 new bridges that have been recently completed, nearing completion or contracted for replacement. These bridges are currently known by anecdotal names. The proposed names will be advertised and Council is asking the community for input so it can formally name each of the new bridges in line with […]

Council receives funds under State Government’s Fixing Country Roads Program

Kyogle Council has received funding under the State Government’s Fixing Country Road’s Program to upgrade a 4.3km section of Culmaran Creek Road near Mallanganee and replace two old timber bridges. One of the timber bridges to be replaced is also on Culmaran Creek Road, while the other one is on Needhams Road Tooloom. As part […]

Back Creek Road Bridge opens to traffic two months ahead of schedule

Back Creek Road residents have received a much needed early Christmas present from Kyogle Council — the new Back Creek Road Bridge has been opened to traffic two months ahead of schedule. The old timber bridge was closed to all traffic in May 2016 after a catastrophic failure meant it was unsafe to use. The […]

Australia Day Award nominations now open

Nominations for the 2018 Kyogle, Woodenbong and West of the Range Australia Day Awards are now open. All three Australia Day Committees are asking the community to nominate people worthy of recognition for their endeavours whether it be in the fields of sport, academia, community life or social welfare. Kyogle has six award categories (Citizen […]

Kyogle fishway wins a third environmental award

Kyogle Council’s innovative Fishway Project has won a third environmental award. The fishway, which removed one of the last major fish migration barriers in the Richmond River, won the Highly Commended Award for the Environmental Enhancement Category at the 2017 Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Engineering Excellence Awards. Ballina Shire Council was the […]