Shoalhaven City Council Media Releases

Berry School of Arts Makeover
Berry School of Arts is getting an internal makeover, ensuring one of our oldest halls in the City can meet up with demand in hosting more local activities for the community.   Refurbishments to the kitchen, new section of roofing, art room and repainting of the hall and supper room will occur over the next few months thanks to a $300,000 federal government Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development grant received with the support of Federal Member for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis ...
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Council issuing pet registration notices
Shoalhaven City Council will soon be issuing notices to local pet owners who have a dog or cat that is older than six months of age and not lifetime registered. As a requirement of the NSW Companion Animals Act all dogs and cats over six months in age must be registered. Council’s Unit Manager for Ranger Services, Michael Jarman, said it was also a requirement that all dogs and cats were identified with a microchip by 12 weeks of age or prior to the animal being sold or given away (w...
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Building Brighter Babies through Reading
Shoalhaven Libraries is launching their Building Brighter Babies program, encouraging parents to apply for baby’s first library card and starting a lifelong reading journey.   On joining the library and getting your baby a library card, you will receive a free library bag and book to keep, including information about reading to children and appropriate booklists.   There is a wealth of research showing that daily reading to children puts them almost a year ahead of th...
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New roundabout at Ulladulla
Shoalhaven City Council will be constructing a new roundabout at the intersection of South Street and Jubilee Avenue Ulladulla, incorporating a new entrance to the adjoining carpark.   The roadworks are expected to commence early February and be completed late April, during which time South Street, Jubilee Avenue and the adjoining carpark access will be closed at the work site. Access to residents will be maintained throughout the project and Council has written to residents and busin...
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On Exhibition - Shoalhaven Coastal Hazard Review
Shoalhaven City Council has placed the Draft Shoalhaven Coastal Hazard Review on public exhibition until 3rd February 2017.    The document can be accessed on line on the Council's website at Hard copies are available at the Council Administration Building at Nowra, Ulladulla Civic Centre and the Bay and Basin Leisure Centre.   The Coastal Hazard Review takes into...
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Community volunteers support busy hot spots
Shoalhaven City Council Rangers have teamed up with Shoalhaven Tourism and Huskisson Community Consultative Body (CCB) volunteers to help support the influx of tourists over the Christmas period at two of the busiest beach tourist destinations in the Shoalhaven, Hyams Beach and Huskisson. Visitor Services staff will be located at Huskisson and Hyams Beach to assist visitors with local information including: how to get to attractions, where to park, neighbouring picnic areas, bathrooms, cafes ...
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Council opens Huskisson Traffic and Parking Studies to general public
Shoalhaven City Council has made the Huskisson Traffic and Parking Studies available online to the public as the Council considers the area’s future traffic and parking requirements.   The study was undertaken in stages as Council explored both the supply and demand for parking in the CBD, the demand for parking based on Council’s Development Control Plan and traffic modelling analysis which explored the short term and long term needs for traffic management in and around t...
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Green Light for the Mollymook Inclusive Playground
Shoalhaven City Councillors have agreed to provide additional funding of up to $850,000 to the All Ages All Inclusive Playspace at Mollymook Beach. The Mollymook Inclusive Playspace will be the first of its kind in the Shoalhaven and will showcase the region as an inclusive community, aiming to create a space where all ages and abilities play and socialise, side by side.   Council has been working towards the installation of all-inclusive play equipment at Mollymook Beach Reserve to r...
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Shoalhaven City Council would like to advise the community that Roads and Maritime Services is once again running a program to help boaters dispose of expired flares, with mobile collections set up along the NSW coastline.   Flares signal that you are in trouble and provide a visible location for searching aircraft or vessels.  Most flares have a use-by date of three years and they must be replaced before the expiry date.    The expired flare disposal program will...
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Shoalhaven City Council has unanimously carried a Rescission Motion to put the Family Day Care Expression of Interest on hold until a further report, recommendation and information on potential funding from Federal Member for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis is obtained.   As part of the recommendations, Council will consult with the Member for Gilmore on assistance in gaining organisational funding for the Council managed Family Day Care Service. Council will request Ms Sudmalis assist Council t...
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