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For further information contact Council's Manager, Public Relations and Events Tanya Abraham on (02) 9330 6008 or 0411 748 953.

  1. March 22, 2007

    Businesses work with Council and Police to benefit Mortdale CBD

    Hurstville City Council, working with local businesses and police, will take a pro-active approach for crime prevention within the Mortdale shopping centre area. The inaugural first meeting to form a Business Watch Program was held on Monday, 19 Marc

  2. March 22, 2007

    Businesses work with Council and Police to benefit Mortdale CBD

    Hurstville City Council, working with local businesses and police, will take a pro-active approach for crime prevention within the Mortdale shopping centre area. The inaugural first meeting to form a Business Watch Program was held on Monday, 19 Marc

  3. March 22, 2007

    'Earth Hour' aims for a global scale

    At 7.30pm on 31 March 2007, residents and businesses from all over the greater Sydney metropolitan region are being invited to switch off their lights for one full hour. Called ‘Earth Hour', this simple action is a sign of people's commitment to redu

  4. March 16, 2007

    Eco-living workshop will help you save energy and water

    If you want to learn how to save energy and water in your home then the St George Councils can show you. On Saturday 5 May, Hurstville, Kogarah and Rockdale Council's will be running a combined Eco-living workshop. The workshop will run from 2.00pm -

  5. March 16, 2007

    Come and collect your free trees

    Hurstville City Council is once again holding its annual tree giveaway day on Sunday, 15 April 2007 at Mortdale Memorial Park, Oxford St Mortdale from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm.

  6. March 14, 2007

    Hurstville appoints new General Manager

    Hurstville City Council has announced that Mr Victor Lampe has been appointed its new General Manager. “Mr Lampe has extensive experience within the local government sector and has been acting in the position of General Manager since October last ye

  7. March 08, 2007

    Hurstville's history comes alive with 'Way Back When'

    Local history will come alive with a joint 2NBC and Hurstville City Council initiative. The two organizations will hold a special Seniors Week 2007 Premiere Gala Presentation called ‘Way Back When', with two shows on Thursday 15 March at the Civic Th

  8. March 02, 2007

    Free child restraint and safety check days

    Come along to Hurstville City Council's free Child Occupant Restraint Safety Check Days, which will be held at the Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre on Saturday 31 March, Saturday 5 May and Saturday 2 June 2007.

  9. March 01, 2007

    Forum on body image celebrates differences for International Women's Day 2007

    As part of its celebration for International Women's Day the St George Regional Museum is hosting a lively forum on body image issues for women in Australia.

  10. February 27, 2007

    'Live Life' to the full with Seniors Week 2007

    ‘Live Life' is the message Hurstville City Council is promoting to it's seniors for this year's Seniors Week celebrations. Seniors Week 2007 will be celebrated in Hurstville from Thursday 15 to Saturday 24 March showcasing diverse and entertaining ac

  11. February 26, 2007

    Portraits showcase Macedonian contribution to Sydney art scene

    A photographic exhibition will showcase the contribution Macedonian artists are making to Sydney's art scene. Local photographer Ilia Uzunoski has created “Macedonian Art in Sydney by Portraits” which will be on exhibition at the St George Regional

  12. February 23, 2007

    'Great Expectations': What's your birth story?

    “Do you have an interesting story to tell about your birth or the birth of one of your family members? If you do, then the St George Regional Museum wants to hear from you.

  13. February 23, 2007

    Hurstville Celebrates Harmony Day with a Special Concert

    Hurstville City Council will be celebrating Harmony Day this year by putting on the “St George Harmony Concert” at the Marana Auditorium on Wednesday 21 March 2007. The concert will take place from 10.30am - 12.30pm.

  14. February 16, 2007

    Hurstville City Council XI exact revenge on the Hurstville Police XI

    The Hurstville City Council XI has won the annual cricket match against the Hurstville Police XI in an enthralling encounter played at Hurstville Oval on 11 February 2007.

  15. February 15, 2007

    Chinese New Year Festival a red-hot success

    Hurstville City Councils Chinese New Year Festival held on 10 February 2007 has been a resounding success. On a beautiful February day the public turned out in great numbers to welcome in the Year of the Pig and were treated to a day of colour, energ

  16. February 15, 2007

    Clean Up Australia Day

    Clean Up Australia Day for the Hurstville Local Government Area is set to be held on Sunday 4 March and Council is hoping to see even more people turn out than last year.

  17. February 15, 2007

    Special Exhibition called 'Releasing the Dreaming' at the St George Regional Museum

    A special exhibition of ceramic works by a group called Qu4tro will be showcased at St George Regional Museum from 31 March to 1 May 2007. Experience the creative talent of Elva Henderson, Robyn McOnie, Macarena Aliste-Soca and Gilbert Sant.

  18. February 08, 2007

    Council XI aims for revenge against Police XI in annual cricket match

    The annual Hurstville City Council versus Hurstville Police cricket match will be played on Sunday 11 February at Hurstville Oval, Dora St, Hurstville.

  19. February 08, 2007

    Fridge Buyback Program Update

    In January, a Fridge Buyback Program for the collection of old, energy inefficient domestic second hand fridges, took its 1500th booking. “This result was reached almost one year before the original anticipated date which shows a fantastic commitment

  20. January 31, 2007

    Hurstville Library to launch new software system 'Spydus'

    Hurstville City Library has recently completed the transition to a new library software system called ‘Spydus' which will provide many improvements for their patrons. The launch of the new system is being held at the Library on Friday 9 February at 3

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