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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. November 06, 2006

    Hurstville Council announces Community Grants for 2006/07

    Hurstville City Council has announced its community grants for 2006/07.

  2. November 03, 2006

    Council's cash position continues to improve

    Hurstville City Council's financial position continues to show improvement with the release of its latest Cash and Investments report. “Council's reserve funds currently stand at $39.25m as of October 17th 2006, which is a $5.5m increase since July 2

  3. October 31, 2006

    Garbage collection disturbance in Lorraine St, Peakhurst

    Hurstville City Council have been informed of a complaint from a resident of Lorraine St, Peakhurst alleging that a Council waste collection vehicle collected bins from the area between 3.30am to 4.00am on Wednesday 25th October.

  4. October 30, 2006

    Quarterly Review reveals Hurstville Council's shrinking deficit

    Stringent financial management processes Hurstville City Council put in place over the past couple of years are beginning to bear fruit. The final Quarterly Review for the 2005/06 financial year has revealed that Council had an operating result of a

  5. October 27, 2006

    Hurstville Appoints Acting-General Manager

    Hurstville City Council has appointed Mr Victor Lampe as the Acting-General Manager of the Council until a permanent appointment can be made in the new year.

  6. October 26, 2006

    Picnic Shelters to be built at Smith Park

    Hurstville City Council has approved the construction of two new picnic shelters at Smith Park, Kingsgrove to provide facilities for those using the recently installed electric barbeque.

  7. October 26, 2006

    Help your children become safer drivers

    Following the tragic deaths of four high school students on the NSW north coast there has never been a more important time to help teenagers become safer drivers. Hurstville City Council in association with the RTA will be running two workshops for p

  8. October 23, 2006

    GreenCity Award Winners Announced

    The winners of Hurstville City Council's GreenCity Garden and Environment Awards were announced on Tuesday 17th October at an official reception hosted by the Council.

  9. October 23, 2006

    Noisy Miner becomes a local menace

    Hurstville City Councils Bushcare program is worried about the major threat that a species of bird called the Noisy Miner is causing to smaller species of birds in and around the Hurstville area.

  10. October 20, 2006

    HSBC Bank Volunteers to Help Hurstville Environment

    In an exercise that you would not stereotypically associate with a bunch of bankers, HSBC Bank Aust. Ltd is sending a group of ten volunteers along with five members of the Marine Drive and Oatley Park Bushcare groups to help plant trees and learn ab

  11. October 18, 2006

    Guided Bushwalk - Myles Dunphy Reserve

    Hurstville City Council is inviting interested members of the public to participate in a guided bushwalk through Myles Dunphy Reserve.

  12. October 12, 2006

    Remembrance Day Service will impact on traffic flows

    Hurstville City Council is reminding residents that Memorial Square and the part of Forest Road in front of the square will be closed off for a brief period during the Remembrance Day Ceremony to be held on Saturday 11th November.

  13. October 12, 2006

    Free Child Occupant Restraint Safety Check Day

    Due to an overwhelming demand, Hurstville City Council will be holding Free Child Occupant Restraint Safety Check Days over the November - December 2006 period, at the Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre.

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. 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.

  17. 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

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

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