WATER SUPPLY DISRUPTION
SEARCHING FOR SUPPORT FOR LOCAL YOUTH
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY TO BE CELEBRATED LOCALLY
For information: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
POP UP ARTIST RESIDENCY
Hear all the information about this exciting program by tuning into the 2CBD interview at this link:
CALLING ALL ARTISTS, PERFORMERS, WRITERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS
Council invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from local artists, performers, and writers for a ‘Local Pop-Up Artist Residency’ program.
The program of residencies will be in empty shops in the main retail precinct of Glen Innes where permission is granted from relevant landlords. These residencies will be an opportunity for artists to develop their creative...
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY HAPPENING LOCALLY
Council has another great International Women's Day event planned for our area. Behind the scenes there's plenty of action happening to guarantee it is an interesting and empowering event. Check FB and Council's website, and the Glen Innes Examiner for details very soon!
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CENSUS 2021: RECRUITING FOR JOBS NOW
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has commenced advertising in all major cities and regional areas nationwide to recruit Census Field Managers for the 2021 Census. The next Census will be held on Tuesday, 10 August 2021. The ABS will recruit to fill 2,665 Field Manager roles nationwide. Each Census Field Manager will train, lead and manage a team of Field Officers in their local area...
MAYORAL FUND-RAISING EVENT
Mayor, Cl Carol Sparks and Deputy Mayor, Cl Dianne Newman will be holding a fund-raising event on Friday, 26 February 2021 at the Glen Innes Town Hall. The event will raise funds for the Safe in Our Town Committee to enable the committee to continue its work in raising awareness of Domestic Violence in our community and what help is available in the Glen Innes area.
WATER MAINS RENEWALS - RAILWAY STREET
Council wishes to advise residents that water mains renewal work will be taking place in Railway Street, Glen Innes (between Bourke Street and Meade Street). These works commenced on Wednesday, 10 February 2021 and are expected to continue for approximately four (4) weeks.
It is expected that the footpath and driveways will be obstructed at various times throughout the project. Working...