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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. October 12, 2006

    Sportsground Draft of Management now on display

    Hurstville City Council is inviting all interested parties to view the Sportsground Draft Generic Plan of Management Draft Plan and make comments or recommendations.

  2. October 11, 2006

    Success for Hurstville sporting representatives in Japan

    Swimmers and athletes who represented Hurstville City Council at the Shiroishi Goodwill Swimming Carnival and the Mt Zao Highland Marathon in Japan once again excelled and brought home a swag of medals. The swimming carnival and marathon took place

  3. October 04, 2006

    Intimate ENCOUNTERS - A Photographic Exhibition Exploring Sexuality, Disability and Body Image

    The uncharted territory of sexuality and disability is the subject of a stunning and controversial new photographic exhibition to be held at the St George Regional Museum in Hurstville from 4 November - 14 December 2006.

  4. October 04, 2006

    Hurstville searches for its Christmas Art Stars

    Hurstville City Council is on the hunt for its Christmas Art Stars. The Council is once more inviting primary school children in Hurstville to show us what they think the festive season means for their city by running a competition to design the Cou

  5. October 04, 2006

    Hurstville seeks to maintain its links to rural NSW

    Hurstville City Council is seeking to establish a Sister City relationship with the Tamworth Regional Council in order to maintain links it established with parts of its rural community in the 1990s.

  6. October 04, 2006

    Beverly Hills Park to gain more space

    Beverly Hills Park is about to grow by an additional 5000 square metres. Hurstville City Council at its meeting on 27th September approved the integration of two former bowling greens back into Beverly Hills Park.

  7. September 26, 2006

    ‘Freedom to read' project to be piloted by Hurstville

    Hurstville City Council's Library is one of nine area libraries within New South Wales which will pilot a ‘Freedom to Read' project to provide ageing and disabled users access to a broader collection of digital books.

  8. September 26, 2006

    Free workshop to assist learner drivers

    Hurstville City Council in association with the RTA will be running two workshops for parents and supervisors of learner drivers to assist them in teaching driving skills.

  9. September 22, 2006

    Business Community promised regular patrols for Memorial Square

    Newly appointed Hurstville Police Commander, Supt Adam Purcell has promised Hurstville business leaders that Hurstville Police will increase their profile in Memorial Square between 3.00pm - 4.30pm to ensure school children were not causing problems

  10. September 07, 2006

    New Wok helps Asian Restaurants save water in Southern Sydney

    With funding from NSW Government's Water Savings Fund, Wollongong and Hurstville City Councils, the Ethnic Communities Council of NSW (ECC NSW) is undertaking the Saving Water in Asian Restaurants Project (SWARP).

  11. August 30, 2006

    Community garden to blossom in Hurstville

    Hurstville City Council has given approval for the development of a community garden on the corner of Wright and Cross Streets in the centre of the city.

  12. August 30, 2006

    Hurstville Council to launch Waterless Wok Project

    Hurstville City Council will be launching a new program which will save Asian restaurants both money and water consumption.

  13. August 30, 2006

    Exhibition highlights the region's young art talent

    An exhibition to be held at the St George Regional Museum from 16 September - 28 October will be showcasing the young artistic talent of the region. Hurstville City Council's Regional Museum will be once more hosting the Georges River College Studen

  14. August 30, 2006

    Council to support Riverwood Community Festival

    Hurstville City Council has agreed to support the 2006 Riverwood Community Festival.

  15. August 29, 2006

    Achieving viable Commercial Development in Established Centres

    Promoting Win-Win Outcomes - Breakfast Seminar

  16. August 24, 2006

    Harmony project a success with students and community

    Harmony Day takes place on 21 March each year, coinciding with UN International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

  17. August 22, 2006

    Audit shows Hurstville residents are tops for recycling

    A Regional Waste Audit undertaken across councils in southern Sydney at the end of 2005 has shown that Hurstville City residents are performing extremely well compared to the rest of Australia when it comes to recycling their garbage.

  18. August 18, 2006

    'Stand Together' project promotes community harmony across southern Sydney

    Hurstville City Council's Youth Council is working in partnership with youth committees from Bankstown, Sutherland and Rockdale to plan and stage a community harmony project called ‘Stand Together'.

  19. August 18, 2006

    Hurstville & Rockdale libraries agree on choice of Spydus

    Two of Sydney's busiest libraries - Hurstville City Library and Rockdale City Library - will each install Civica's Spydus Library Management System, after a thorough joint evaluation in which they co-operated in assessing 10 competing software soluti

  20. August 17, 2006

    Food safety & hygiene education program to be expanded

    Hurstville City Council is to expand its successful food safety & hygiene education program as a result of the popularity of the course it ran over the April to June period.

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